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DOINGS O FlW EEK
SEE BY TELEGRAPH. NEXT.
French Scientist Perfects Apparatus
to Take Photographs by Wire
Current Events oi interest Gathered
Three Checkers Enter Pleas o f Guilty
J—Leaders Still Fight.
the means of a telegraph wire, is a
step nearer realizaion.
Hundreds o f Men Sent to Penitentiarv Manv Cooperate Atter
About 75 Woodmen gathered in Ta
1,002 FAMILIES EXILED.
coma on Memorial Day and built a
house for the widow of one of their Russain Hebrews Receive Notification
members. They nearly finished the
to Quit Kiev.
house in one day.
Kiev, May 80.— One thousand and
A Wisconsin man who has served I t_wo j ewjsh families have now received
two years in prison for being implicat- notification that they must leave the
ed in the robbery of a bank and mur- cj£y jn accordance with the determina-
der of one o f the directors, is now ^¡on
^he Russian government to
found to be innocent.
drive back into the pale all Hebrews
A fire sale in a big department store who are unable to establish their legal
in Chicago ended in a riot, several right to remain outside its confines.
women being knocked down and in This number includes 50 families to
jured, the windows o f the store smash whom notices of expulsion were sent
ed and the interior wrecked.
An additional 193 families living in
Edwin Gould Jr., grandson o f the the suburbs outside the city proper are
late Jay Gould, ran away from school, subject to deportation before June 1
lived on 15-cent meals, spent a night unless in the meantime they produce
on a board at the station house and proofs of their right of residence in
was finally returned to his home by their present sites.
It is impossible to get statistics
Rabies among coyotes in Central showing the number o f those already
Even the Jewish R elief
Idaho is causing great alarm.
animals come into the towns and at committee is unable to state the exact
tack dogs and live stock, as well as figures, but the committee estimates
people, and seem to have no fear. Sev that between 200 [and 300 Jewish fam
ilies have left the city.
eral persons have been bitten.
WAR PLANS ARE HURRIED.
Trouble is brewing over German in
vasion of the financial field in Persia. Conflct Appears Inevitable Between
Ecuador and Peru.
British politicians are much worked
Washington, May 30.— Official dis
up over proposed changes in the cor
patches received at the State depart
ment both from Lima,
The bond issue to build the Lake Quito, Ecuador, indicate that war-like
Washington canal at Seattle has been
preparations between Peru and Ecua
dor are being rapidly pushed forward,
A great grand-daughter of the great and that a conflict seems inevitable.
Kentucky hunter, Daniel Boone, died
In view of the fact that both Peru
at Tualatin, Oregon.
and Ecuador had a opted without re
A jealous dog in San Francisco near serve Secretary Knox’s proposition for
ly killed his mistress when he saw her the United States, Brazil and Argen
tina to mediate between these two
petting a sick chicken.
countries in the matter of their bound
A Newport, Ore., man committed ary dispute, the State department offi
suicide by allowing the tide to carry cials are at a loss to understand their
him out to sea on a small raft.
It was the understanding of the offi
Chinese are protesting against the
acceptance of foreign railway loans by cials that in opening the mediation
communications written in their own proposition they had o f necessity ac
cepted the conditions proposed by the
offer, the principal one being the im
About 250 persons in Fort Collins, mediate withdrawal of their armies
Wyoming, were made sick by ptomaine from the common frontier. .
poisoning from eating ice cream at a
Rare Fossils Sought for Museum
NEXT WAR WITH U S.
New York, May 28.— The long series
| scientist, has perfected and soon will
j test publicly an apparatus which act
ually, it is said, will take a picture
telegraphically. Thus the image of a
General Resume o f Important Events I person or article before an objective
lens in New York would appear prac-
Presented In Condensed Form
! tically instantaneously on a negative
fo r Our Busy Readers.
j in San Francisco at the other end of
| the line.
About two years ago, it will be re
The thermometer reached 90 degrees j membered, a German professor named
at San Francisco and three persons Korn interested the scientific world by
were proatrated in one day.
| exhibiting photographs telegraphically.
It is alleged that only a beginning Pictures obtained were imperfect,
is made in the legislative scandal in ; however, and showed practically no de-
Illinois and the big sensations are y e t ; ! tails.
M. Bolin, following Professor Korn’s
i lead, has perfected telephotographic
The body o f Alma Kellner, aged 8 apparatus in which the senate commit
years, who disappeared at St. Louis tee on posts and telegraphs is much in
last December, was found buried in terested.
the bottom of an unused cistern.
Arguments have been concluded
the Ballinger-Pinchot controversy.
NDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT OF DIE »
SUGAR WEIGHERS CONFESS.
That convict labor on Oregon roads
will solve the problem o f building bet
ter highways throughout the state is
the conviction o f A. L. Mills, president
of the First National bank of Portland,
after seeing the kinds o f roads the
convicts in Washington are building.
Mr. Mills was a member of a party
of business men entertained by Sam
uel Hill during an inspection of the
state roads being built from Vancouver
to Walla Walla.
“ There were 80 convicts in the camp
we saw,” said Mr. Mills.
“ F ifty of
them were serving 20-year sentences.
But they were quiet and orderly, and
they were doing splendid work— better
than free labor would or could.
were in charge of Major Bowl by. The
discipline was perfect.
As we passed
the convicts were eating. All arose in
their places and saluted with a defer
ence that was exceedingly gratifying.
“ Washington is building 1,100 miles
of roads by ¡¡convict labor.
obtained from the prisons to perform a
task that most other laborers turn
away from. They are kept constantly
under guard and prefer the life of
work to the life of inaction in the pen
itentiary. Every man o f them looked
healthy. 1 shall be very glad to see
the day when Oregon will use its con
victs in building roads.
I f there is
one thing needed by Oregon above all
other things it is roads that will make
the resource» of the state accessible
and capable of development.”
$1,600 Per Acre Apple Land.
Hood River— Ten acres on the east
side near Van Horn station, known
as the Gleason place, one year ago
purchased by Dr. 0. C. Snyder, of Chi
cago, have been sold to Mr. J. C. How
land, of Crown Point, Indiana.
and his mother and Miss Smith, who
accompanied them, will take possession
This sold for $1,600
per acre. It is in full bearing, and
one of the desirable places in the Pine
Mr. Howland will
build him a new residence this summer
to take the place of the present home,
and will also erect an apple house to
take care of the heavy crop.
F. J. Bauham, of London, England
purchased the M. H. Maher 10-acre
ranch just west of the Valley Christian
church for $11,000. Mr. Bauham takes
possession at once and will harvest the
berry crop of six acres.
will remain on the place until the
berry season is over. This is one of
the attractive places in this neighbor
hood and is nearly all in orchard, most
ly trees four years old.
Improve Methods at Cannery.
Astoria—The Sanborn-Cutting Pack
ing company has installed a plant that
will revolutionize the packing of sal
mon on the Columbia river and will
eventually be adopted by all the can
neries on the river, as well as on the
entire Pacific coast.
This cannery can pack 2,000 cases in
10 hours with less expense than it
could formerly pack 800 cases, with
out having a can touched by hand after
it is first filled with salmon and in
spected. The primary factor is the
Johnson double seamer, which puts the
top on the can and by a series of run
ways the can passes through the test
ing tanks to the retorts by a gravity
system. But one cooking is required
the venting of|the can being eliminated
altogether, and in this way much of
the former loss o f the oil is saved and
the natural flavor of the fish preserved.
The use of tissue paper in packing
around the cans has been done away
with and there will simply be a band
or label around the sides, the tops and
bottoms being polished tin, allowing
the can to be opened in the usual way.
conspiracy trial culminated today in
Meet- the sudden closing o f the prosecu-
The Dalles— Maurice W. Eldridge,
good roads expert, sent out by the gov
ernment, and Judge Lionel R. Web-
Bter, o f the State Good Roads associa
tion, addressed a large audience here
on the good roads movement of Ore
gon. Mr. Eldridge's talk was illus
trated by stereopticon views of roads
past and present, in this and foreign
countries, and of highways taken be
fore and after being properly built.
Judge Webster explained the good
roads movement organized in Portland,
and also his plan, by which counties
by a legislative act may bond them
selves for the building o f permanent
A fte r the meeting he invited those
present to sign an agreement associat
ing themselves as the Wasco County
branch of the State Good Roads as
sociation. About 150 availed themsel
ves of the opportunity. The ladies of
the city were well represented at the
guilty by three of the men on trial.
These three were fellow employes of
the four checkers convicted last winter
o f complicity in the frauds on the Wil
liamsburg docks o f the'Ameriean Sugar
Refining company. A ll o f them work
ed under Oliver Spitzer, the dock su
perintendent, also convicted and sen
tenced to two years in the Atlanta pris
on, whose confession and pardon and
appearance as a government witness
Was the first big sensation of the preB
Counsel for the three men who de
cided to give up the fight— Harry W
Walker, assistant dock superintendent,
and Jean F. Voelker and Jarnes Hall!
gan, Jr., checkers— today withdrew
their plena o f not guilty as soon [as the
government, after introducing some
new testimony, announced that it had
closed its case.
Sentence will be
passed on them later.
A fter a conference o f counsel, court
was adjourned until Tuesday next,
Judge Martin denying formal motions
for the dismissal of the indictment
against the remaining three defend
With three minor defendants elimin
ated, there remain on trial the chief of
the group, Charles R. Heike, secretary
of the American Sugar Refining com
pany, and his former subordinates,
Ernest W. Gerbracht, superintendent
of the Williamsburg refinery, and
James F. Bend?rnagel, the refinery
Today’s evidence consisted, for the
most part, o f letters written by Heike
Census Makes Big Gains.
Portland— The census enumeration
of the State of Oregon, so far as it can
be confirmed by officers of the census
bureau, will show a population o f 675,-
829. The net gain to the state will be
While official figures are not obtain
able, a comparison of the totals for
each county, as gathered during the
progress of the work, with the total
school population, the votes cast for
judges of the Supreme court since the
census of 1900, and the vote on con
gressmen, warrants the belief that the
figures are approximately eorrecL
An interesting feature of the result
pertains to the total number o f con
gressmen which will be awarded to the
state, and the possibility that Mult
Minneapolis, May 28.— Six big build
nomah county will be declared a sepa ings in the factory district south of
rate congressional district.
South Minneapolis are on fire and the
flames are spreading. A general alarm
Fossil People Will Have Road.
has been sounded and St. Paul has
Fossil— A second mass meeting of been asked for help.
A t 2:15 this
those interested in the building of a morning the loss was already $1,500,
railroad from Condon via Mayville to 000
Fossil was held in Fossil and there was
Practically every building in the
a large and enthusiastic attendance of block bounded by Washington avenue
farmers and business men, who are and Third street and
fully determined to have a railroad in Seventh avenues south is burning,
the near future, i f they have to build Among the buildings on fire are the
The reports of the Sixth Avenue hotel, the oldest hostel
committees appointed at the last meet ry in the city; the J. I. Case Imple
ing to procure data showed that the ment company, the Waterbury Imple
proposed road in its first 15 miles out ment company, two threshing machine
o f Condon would pass through a grain warehouses and the Pittsburg Plate
belt producing 1,000,000 bushels a year. Glass company. One man was serious
ly burned and may die.
Oregon Electric to Coos Bay.
The fire started in the Sixth Avenue
Eugene— Hill is preparing to extend hotel. The wind carried the flames to
the Oregon Electric railroad to the the implement companies’ buildings
Coast by way o f Eugene, in the opinion and into the St. Paul railroad yards.
of E. C. Roberts, a prominent business
man from Coos Bay.
“ I was shown ESTRADA'S ARM Y IS ROUTED.
maps and plans for an extension from
Eugene to Florence and from Florence
End o f Revolution in Nicaragua Seen
to Coos Bay, by M. Svarvered, presi
in Easy Won Battle.
dent of the Eugene Electric railway.”
Opening o f Panama Canal, Chinese
Affairs and Immigration Prob
able Cause o f Hostilities.
Victoria, B. C., May 26.— T. Naka
haahi, president of the Osaka Shosen
Kaisha, who recently visited Americ
us a member o f a commercial commis
sion, contributes an article to the Tai
Yo, a Tokio magazine received by the
steamer Inaba Maru, stating his belief
that the next war waged by Japan may
be with America. The immediate is
sues at stake are the immigration and
Mr. Nakahashi. after dealing with
Japanese immigration in Hawaii and
the United States, goes on to consider
United States policies and says:
“ While the relations o f Japan and
America have been friendly for 40
years, they may change in character
the increase o f Japanese armament
having affected American feeling to
ward Japan, and there is a suspicion of
Japan regarding the Philippines.”
By 1914-15, Mr. Nakahashi says,
the Manchuria, China and Philippine
questions and others will require ser
ious study. The article concludes:
“ Altogether the relations between
Japan and America will become deli
cate in 1914-15, when the Panama ca
nal is completed, and the Japanese
must constantly endeavor to solve the
situation beforehand and
Japanese newspapers devote much
space to argument for naval incre
ment, and the next session o f the diet
will see great debate on this question.
The Asaf.i, o f Tokio, completing a
series of articles in which the neces
sity of renewing many of Japan’s fight
ing ships and the disparity of Japan
navy compared with other powers
dealt with, quoted a' naval official 1
stating that in order to equal the West
ern powers, excluding Great Britain
construction o f 25 fighting units dur
ing the next 10 years at an outlay of
over $200,000,000 is necessary, this
being based on a fleet o f battleships
and armored cruisers.
questions the efficiency of Japanse-eon
structed warships in comparison with
those o f Western builders.
STEAM ER HIT IN FOG.
Eighteen ’ Drown as Vessel
Beneath the Waves.
Port Huron, Mich., May 25.— Fami
lies and friends of the missing 18 mem
bers o f the crew uf the steamer Frank
H. Goodyear, which sank yesterday off
Point Aux Barques, Lake Huron, after
being rammed amidships by the steam
er James B. Wood, tonight practically
gave up hope that any o f the missing
persons have been rescued.
The steamer Sir William Siemens,
said to have picked up some o f the
missing crew, passed detour today and
made no report o f any survivors
Four o f the rescued members of the
crew, including Captain F. P. Hemen-
ger, have gone to the Goodyear’s head
quarters in Cleveland and Mrs. Emma
Bassett, the only other survivor, is
still in Port Huron.
The collision occurred at 5:20 in the
morning, in a heavy fog. The Good
year was struck amidships on the star
board side and the bow o f the Wood
In a moment it was seen that the
Goodyear was doomed, as she began
rapidly to fill with water.
on board was supplied with a life pre
server and every effort was made to
man and launch the small boats.
water poured into the hold so fast that
the heavy hatches were forced from
their frames by the pressure from un
derneath and shot into the air in every
direction, spreading injury and death
among the terrified crew and passen
With his infant child in his arms,
Steward Bassett had almost reached
safety in one of the lifeboats when one
of the tumbling hatches snatched the
baby from his arms.
The little one
fell into the lake and was drowned,
despite the frantic efforts o f its father
to rescue it.
Many of the Goodyear’s crew were
killed by the falling hatches before
they had a chance to jump into the wa
When the Goodyear settled beneath
the surface o f the water it was evi
dent she was practically broken in two,
the action o f the water having com
pleted the destruction begun by the
blow received in the collision.
Goodyear was a modem steel steamer
436 feet long, and carried a crew o f 23
NEW C O M E T TAIL IS SEEN.
$8,000,000 IN GOLD COM INC.
Harvard Group Sees Jet of Light
Shooting From Necleus.
Bullion to Total $800,000 Already
on Way From North.
Seattle, Wash., May 26. — Eight
hundred thousand dollars’ worth of
gold was shipped from Fairbanks to
Seattle, marking the beginning o f the
movement o f the season’s output of
A cablegram from Fairbanks to the
Washington Trust company, o f this
city, stated $700,000 worth o f gold
bullion had been shipped. The Na
tional Bank of Commerce also received
a message from Fairbanks that $100,-
000 was en route.
The gold is expected to reach Seattle
between June 10 and 15. The first
gold shipments this year are a week or
ten days earlier than usual and repre
sent the first clean-up. The gold was
shipped via Lake Le Barge, the White
Pass and Skagway.
The Fairbanks camp this year will
produce between $6,000,000 and $8,
000,000, according to mail advices just
Cambridge, Mass., May 25.— When
the patty at the Harvard astronomical
observatory obtained last night for the
first time an adequate view o f Hal
ley’s comet an interesting discovery
was made by Professor 0. C. Wendell.
He saw a je t of light for two or three
minutes projecting toward the south
west from the nucleus, that is, some
what towards the sun, while the tail
itself was streaming away to the east,
or toward the sun.
Photometric measurements o f the
nucleus in the comet were also made
by Professor Wendell, which indicated
that then ucleus was of 6 :57 magni
tude, that it is slightly below the lim
it of visibility.
The total light o f the comet was set
at two and a half magnitudes by Leon
Campbell and assistant1!, who made
special measurements. The tail is said
to be about three degrees long.
said Mr. Roberts. “ Svarvered told me
Bluefields, Nicaragua, May 28.- -The
the line was to connect with the Ore government forces under cover of the
gon Electric when it reached Eugene.” fire of the gunboat San Jacinto, today
routed the insurgents and captured
Bluefields Bluff. This loss to the Es
Wallowa Pork Goes to Seattle.
Enterprise— Five carloads o f hogs, trada forces probably ends the revolu
weighing 112,000 pounds, were shipped tion.
Business men in Georgia oflfer to pay
New York, May 30.— Two expedi
This morning at 3 o’clock the Ma
from here to Seattle the other day.
the president’s traveling expenses on tions from the American Museum of
This was the largest single shipment driz gunboat San Jacinto began bom
his Southern trip, over which congress Natural History will leave New York
of the year. The hogs, 448 in number, barding the bluff, the troops landing
next week for Montana and Wyoming,
were bought of the following named under cover o f her guns.
State Senator D. W. Holtslaw. of in search o f dinosaurs with three horns
Cole Brothers, W. B. For- only slight fighting, however, until 6
Illinois, has confessed that Senator on each nose, and horses with four toes
dice, J. H. Fordice, E. B. Carter, G. o’clock, when the Madriz forces sue
Broderick paid him $2,500 to vote for to the foot. The museum scientists
M. Cannon, Martin & Shurman, and ceeded in taking the position o f the
hope to find specimens of both varie
Mischief Sinks Drydock?
Lorimer for U. S. senator.
enemy and the bluff.
ties, the party which is to search for
Manila, May 24.— In connection with
The Estrada troops were under com
Two young women have gone into fossils of the Cretaceous period going
the sinking o f the drydock Dewey,
Russians Lured to Hawaii.
mand of General Zeledon.
camp near Middletown, Cal., and be to Montana.
The expedition is in
Express Company Lowers Rate
New York, May 26.— Two|New York naval officers here say it would be an
gun peeling tan bark. They do nearly charge o f Professor Barnum Brown,
Hood River— A fter a loss of several
lawyers and the editor o f a Russian easy matter for some mischievious per
as much work as the men and say it is and he will have three or four help
hundred dollars in express shipments mated at 500, and that o f Estrada at
paper o f this city will go to Washing son to tamper with the powerful valves,
better than idleness.
ers. A similar expedition will go to
of berries East that have gone from
ton tomorrow to seek aid from the de which are operated by electricity. I f
Hood River by way of the North Bank
James A. Patton lost about $1,200,-
partment of commerce and labor for one were so inclined, they say, he
line, the American Express company
000 in one day speculating in wheat.
Russian peasants imported from Si might easily slip past the guard and
specimens of the eocenic age are need
has met the rate o f the North Bank
Census figures show the average sal ed to complete the museum’s chain
The government generals, Lara and beria to the Hawaiian islands to work open the valves. A board is investi
Federal Delay Irksome.
road and the berries are now going
ary of ministers to be about $663 per showing the development of the horse
have not yet attacked on sugar plantations. Those in charge gating the sinking, and divers have
Klamath Falls— A movement is on forward from here direct.
Rama, which is in the hands o f the o f the movement say the Russians been at work examining the bottom of
from the creature no bigger than a dog foot among the large tulle land owners
have been treated virtually as slaves, the drydock. The amount o f the dam
A Colorado cowboy carried his to the sw ift and graceful Sysonby, on the Lower Klamath and Ewauna
PO R TLAND M ARKETS.
thrown into jail on trumped-up charges age has not yet been determined. Op
lakes and along the Klamath river,
wounded partner 37 miles on horseback
and many of them left destitute and erations will begin to raise the craft.
to receive medical attention.
Wheat— Track prices: Bluestem, 86
much o f their lands.
These lands 5i 87c; club. 825i'83c; red Russian, 80 to make further resistance. No dam starving. They were lured to the is
Soldiers Fire on Ship.
age has yet been done to American lands under false representations.
Thieves have stolen the Minnesota
have been tied up with the govern 5i81c; valley, 85c.
Young Women Peel Bark.
Pensacola, Fla., May 25.— Coming
coat o f arms from the noted Hill stat
ment, the under the reclamation ser
Barley— Feed and brewing, $21.50
Middletown, Cal., May 30.— Gertie
within the range of the rifles of a tar
Fire Wipes Out Wister.
ute in the exposition grounds at Se
vice for the past five years.
The Oi 22.50 ton.
Nevins and Crystal Parriot, robust
T w o Killed on Way to Fight.
Fort Smith, Ark., May 26.— Practi get squad from Fort Barrancas today,
plan of the reclamation service was to
Com— Whole, $33; cracked, $34 ton.
young women of Lake county, have
seaman on the schooner John M.
Salida, Kan., May 28.— A desire to cally the entire business section of
Hay— Track prices: Timothy, W il
A French submarine was accidentally taken a contract to peel tanbark and blast out the ledge of rock at Keno,
see the Jeffries-Johnson prizefight cost Wister, Okla., 50 miles southwest of Kewm was mortally injured and others
sunk by colliding with a warship and have pitched camp on the side of where the rapids of the Klamath be lamette valley. $205121 per ton; East
gins, and in this way lower the river, ern Oregon. $22ru 25; alfalfa, $16.5051, the lives of John Banks and Clarence here, was burned today and tonight. aboard escaped death or serious injury
her entire crew of 27 men were Mount St. Helens, where they are hard
Bloominger, each 17 years old, and One man, whose identity has not been only by quickly secreting themselves
draining thousands of acres.
17.50; grain hay, $175118.
at work. The young women peel as
Oats— No. 1 white, $26.505127 ton. caused Clarence Dishman and Alva established, was reported burned to
elapsed before the panic-stricken sail
Deposed Alaska officials claim their
T o Irrigate 1.000 Acres.
Fresh Fruits Strawberries, $1,505: Netherton, each 18 years old, to sus death in the Brown hotel, but this was
The fire first began ors could attract the attention o f the
removal was due to the Guggenheim
Cottage Grove—John F. Spray, who 2.25 per crate; apples, $1.505 i 3 per tain serious injuries here tonight. denied later.
interests, because of activity in prose camp alone in the mountains, at least owns a large tract o f land two miles box; cherries, $1511.60; gooseberries, While beating their way toward San early in the day and burned seven bus officers in charge of the squad, which
Missouri Pacific iness houses and three hotels. Several was done by placing the flag at half
and are leading a “ strenuous life ,” east of this city, is digging an irriga 65/ 7c per pound.
mast. Col. Allen, commanding the post
Potatoes — Carload buying prices freight train, the boys were caught in more business blocks were burned to
Roosevelt says he would like to see with a pace that would make Roosevelt tion ditch two and a half miles in
has ordered an investigation.
length from Mendall Falls, and within Oregon, 40c per hundred; sweet pota a wreck. “ W e are going to beat our night. Lest the entire town would be
football rules change so as to elimi gash for breath.
way to the Coast and see the big fight burned, houses and stores were dyna
six weeks will have an abundance of toes, 4c per pound.
nate some of the dangers, but does not
Legislature Boards Cars.
Vegetables Artichokes, 605 i 75 c per on July 4,” was the message the boys mited. The fire is now under control.
water on a thousand acres of the best
favor abandoning the game.
Teddy is Buxton’ s Guest.
Baton Rouge, La., May 26.— In a
land in this section. The law allows
London, May 30. Mr. Roosevelt to
special train o f 14 roaches, including
Meteor Follows Comet.
Miss Mathilde Townsend, considered
one second foot for every 80 acres, and head lettuce, 505/60c per dozen; hot
Body Taken From Grave.
Fort Smith, Ark,., May 26.— A me sleepers and baggage cars, both the
the most beautiful heiress in Washing night closed his visit to Lieutenant 13 second feet will be taken from the house lettuce, 50c5i$l per box; green
Colonel Arthur Lee’s country place,
ton, turned down several foreign counts
New York, May 28.— Announcement tallic substance, believed by many to upper and lower houses o f the Louis
Row river for irrigation purposes on onions. 15c per dozen; radishes, 1551
Chequoise court, in Buckinghamshire,
per pound; was made at the coroner’s office today be a meteor, was brought here today iana general assembly started today
and married a plain American.
this tract. The cost of the work will 20c; rhubarb, 2
where he went from Cambridge yester
for Washington, to present claims of
l>e about $5,000, and the promoter fig spinach, 85il0c; rutabagas, $1.2551 that an autopsy was performed at Kin- from the farm of James J. Johnson,
The “ je t” o f light on Halley’s day. Colonel and Mrs. Lee had as ures that it will be well worth it.
1.50 per sack; carrots, 85 c 5 i $1; beets, seco cemetery last evening on the body near Rock Island, Okla., 20 miles New Orleans for the Panama exposi
comet, discovered by Harvard observ guests also Mrs. Roosevelt, Mrs. Nicho
$1.50; parsnips, 75 c 5 i $1
o f Charles C. Dickinson, ex-president southwest of here. Members o f John tion, to be held in 1915. The delega
ers, has entirely disappeared.
The las L.mgworth, Lord and Lady Roberts,
Onions -Oregon, $2 per hundred; of the Carnegie Trust companjr, whose son’s family say the specimen fell Sun tion is headed by Governor Sanders.
Brick Plant Makes Good Product
comet will lie visible in the West until Lord Kitchener, Arthur J. Balfour, Sir
death in St. Luke’s hospital on Tues day night, burying itself 20 feet in the A t New Orleans the delegation was
Bend- The first lot of brick made at red, $1.75 per sack.
Cecil and Lady Spring-Rice and the
about June 10.
Butter City creamery, extras, 29c day was certified by attending physi ground. They say the metal was still joined by Mayor Martin Behman and a
Right Hon. Alfred Lytleton.
The sub large committee o f citizens.
per pound; fancy outside creamery, 28 cian to have been accidental and was warm when it was found.
Governor Hughes o f New York,
The ex-president will spend one day from the kiln. The clay, which is in 5i 29c; store. 20c.
Butter fat prices attributed t" the inhalation of deleteri stance is about the size o f an anvil and
exhaustible in quantity, is o f high
signed the bills to enable the state to with Ian Buxton, who is an expert
Channel Swallows 22.
quality and makes an excellent pro average 1'..c per pound under regular ous gases. The autopsy is said to weighs 150 bis. It is as hard as steel.
accept the gifts of land and money the forestry question.
Cowes, Isle of Wight, May 25__
duct. The backers o f the new enter
offered by Mrs. E. H. Harriman, and
Secret o f Ages Sought.
Twenty-two persons were drowned as
Eggs— Fresh Oregon ranch, 235:24c panies in which Dickinson held pol
prise declare that the further down
others, for a park embracing the Hud
Surgeons Sew Up Gash in Heart.
Scranton, Pa., May 26.— Dr. F. W. the result of a collision today between
icies reported to amount to $76,000.
they go the better becomes the caly, per dozen.
son River Palisades, and providing for
Portland, May 30. Holding a liv
Lang, of this city, today explained the the steamer Skerryvore and the Ger
Pork— Fancy, 125112 c per pound.
$1,500,000 bond issue by the state for ing, pulsating human heart in the palm and that their machine made brick will
circumstances that are said to have man bark J. C. Vinnen, in the English
Conscription for English Army.
Veal —Fancy, 1(1 5111c per pound.
be the equal of those anywhere obtain
improving the land.
of his hand, a surgeon at St. Vincent’s
channel. The Skerryvore sank. Only
Lambs Fancy, 95 i 12c per pound.
London, May 28.— Intense resent led to the death o f C. C. Dickinson, o f
Glenn H. Curtiss will try to fly from hospital deftly stitched together the able, and that a good permanent busi
Poutry- Hens, 185119c; broilers, 27 ment has been caused in Liberal circles New York, ex-president o f the Car two o f the crew o f the steamer were
Albany to New York with but one stop. walls o f a gash in its tip, waiting ness will be built up here.
5130c; ducks, 185:25c; geese, 12vs c; by the revelation that a movement is negie Trust company. Dr. Lang says rescued, one o f whom died a short time
A collision between a bark and a tensely for every remission of the or-
turkeys, live, 205522c; dressed, 25c; on foot to exploit a mood of the nation, that Mr. Dickinson, greatly interested later. The bark put in here but later
Oakland Livestock Shipped.
large steamer in the English channel gan’s systole and diastole movements
left for Southampton. Apparently she
resulting from the death o f King Ed in a process which he says will trans
Oakland— Livestock shipments from squabs, $3 per dozen.
cost 22 lives.
each tiny step in the pro
Cattle— Beef steers, hay fed, good to ward, in the interests of conscription. mute base metal into silver, le ft a was not injured. As far as known, no
Oakland are well under way.
cess. And the operator did it as a mat
passengers were on either vessel.
cars of lambs and wethers from here choice, $5.75516; fair to medium, $55i The proposal is that the national me chair in which he had been instructed
A strike o f all union 'teamsters
ter of course, a thing in the day’s
Portland seems certain on June 1.
work, interesting, of course, but hard and two cars from Wilbur have gone
Chinese Destroy Church.
forward to the Portland and Tacoma $85(5.50; fa ir to medium, $4.255 i 4.75; form o f a voluntary demand by the peo heated to 4,000 degrees, inhaled the
Trouble with the wild tribes of L i |y worthy of extraordinary comment.
Shanghai, May 26.— Native riots oc
markets. Total shipments of wethers bulls, $3.505i4.25; stags, $4.50515; ple for universal military service. It fumes.
beria is at an end, the leading chiefs
curred at Chuan Chia, northwest of
and lambs for this season to date 8 calves, light, $65i7; heavy, $4.5055 is argued by promoters that universal
100 Lose Lives in Fire.
Canada to Breed Pheasants.
Changsha, last Saturday. A consider
having sworn allegiance to that gov
military service is not conscription.
cars. Cattle shipments will commence 5.50.,
Vancouver, B. C., May 30.— This in ten days.
Victoria, B. C., May 26.- Detail, able portion o f the city was burned.
Hogs—Top, $10.255f 10.50; fair to
Japs’ Friends Boycotted.
summer 1,000 pheasants will be bred by
of the disastrous fire at
Aomoris The Lutheran church was destroyed by
One hundred and twenty-five cases of
Department Store at Fall City.
the provincial government in the Coast
San Bernardino, Cal., May 28.— A North Japan, in which 100 persons fire. There is general unrest and anti-
Sheep Best wethers, $45( 4.25; fair
champagne which were a part of the
district for distribution here. Hereto
Falls City— N. Siegel, o f Myrtle to good, $3.50514; best ewes. $3.2550 boycott was declared today by the San were burned to death and 8,000 o f the foreign sentiment is spreading.
estate o f Harry K. Thaw are missing
fore the breeding has been done only Creek, is preparing to erect a store 3.50; lambs, choice, $65! 7; fair, $.6516. Bernardino county building
trades 11.500 buildings were razed, with loss
and cannot be located.
Quake Causes Near-Panic.
by local enterprise, but now the gov- building 60x80 feet, two stories high.
Hops— 1909 crop, 125i 15c per pound; council on all merchants and business of $2,000,000, were received by the
A delegation o f ministers failed to ernment has established breeding head- Mr. Siegel will occupy the store room olds, nominal: 1910 contracts, nominal. men of this city, Redlands snd River steamer Inaba Maru
Reggio. Italy, May 25.— A heavy
persuade the San Francisco authorities quarters at Chilliwack. The birds to with a general stork. The store will
W ool- Eastern Oregon, 145117c per side, who employ Japanese or other burned area is one and three-sevenths earth shock occurred here this evening,
to refuse a permit for the Jeffries be raised this year are all Mongolian take the place o f the one recently de pound; valley. 16<al8c; mohair, choice, Asiatic labor. The council represents miles long and a quarter o f a mile causing the people to rush into the
Johnson fight on July 4.
i pheasants of the best breed.
stroyed by fire.
several hundred workmen.
streets. No damage was done.