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D W O FTH EK
Current Events of Interest Gathered
From the World at Large.
General Resume o f Important Events
Presented In Condensed Form
fo r Our Busy Readers.
Special census agent* report no ir
regularities whatever in San Francisco
The steamer Regulus was wrecked
during a storm off the Newfoundland
coast and her crew o f 19 perished.
Tacoma have been
obliged to order recall petition blanks
printed, to be used against themselves.
A red hot rivet falling onto a tem
porary flooring started a fire in one of
Portland's new steel frame skyscrap
Losses from recent forest fires in
Montana and Idaho are estimated at
The burned areas will
DREDGE FINDS GALLEON.
Hulk Buried for Centuries Uncovered
Washington, D. C.— The hull of an
old vessel which has every appearance
of having been buried in the sand sev
eral centuries has been unearthed by
workmen on the Panama canal near
Nombre de Dios. A report of the dis
covery has been made to the Washing
ton office o f the canal commission. The
hulk was uncovered by a steam suction
dredge working in the sand deposits.
The wreck was lying in the middle
of the sand zone 300 feet from the
beach line, and at from 18 to 20 feet
below the surface of the ground. The
dredge unearthed the old hulk for the
entire length of about 60 feet, and has
now worked past it.
The wood of
which the ship was built resembles
oak and is put together with wooden
pins. During the time the dredge has
been operating in the vicinity of the
wreck, its suction pipe has drawn in
several hundred pounds of iron, some
pieces weighing as much as 40 pounds.
The cutter o f the dredge also en
countered a great many pieces of hard
mortar, severing, instead of breaking,
the pieces when it came in direct con
tact with them. The mortar is practi
cally the same as thatjseen in the ruins
of buildings on the isthmus constructed
by the early Spanish.
A storm and tidal wave swept an is
land in the Mediterranean,
M ILL WORKER STR O N G E S T.
great property damage and the loss of
Girl o f 19 Smashes World’s Record
United States Senator Shively, of
in Sport With Ease.
Indiana, will suffer the amputation of
Boston— Many acquaintances of Miss
a toe to prevent infection from blood
Margaret A. Graham, employed as a
poisoning from a corn.
"r e e le r " in one of the mills at Ludlow,
In view of the steadily decreasing believe she is the strongest woman in
deficit in postal revenue, the postmas the country. Although but 19 years
ter general predicts one-cent letter of age, she stands six feet 3 \ inches
in her stockings, weighs 189 pounds,
postage in the near future.
Surveyors are running a line prepar and carries no suj>erfluous flesh.
atory to building a barbed wire fence cently she threw a baseball 262 feet 6
between Texas and Mexico, to prevent inches, and ran 100 yards in ll>y
cattle from crossing into each others' seconds, wearing skirts.
Miss Graham has smashed all world’s
records in skating for women from one
The estate of Stanley Ketchel, late mile to 10, her world’s record time for
champion middle weight pugilist, who a half mile in this sport being 40 sec
was murdered by a farm hand in Mis onds, and one of her aquatic feats is a
souri, is valued at $18,000. He won 100-foot swim in 23 seconds.
over $100,000 in the prize ring.
All her records are officially timed
On the third day of the internation feats and the apparent ease with which
al aviation meet at New York, J. she has won different record events has
Armstrong Drexel set a new American caused coaches and experts to wonder
altitude mark by reaching a height of what the limit of prowess of this
7,106 feet. He then landed safely in giantess may be when once put to her
utmost strength test.
the center of the field.
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE STATE
SH IPPER S W ILL DIVIDE COIN.
S E C IIO N TU R NS TO WHEAT.
$150,000 Returned to Them in Ac Prospect o f Transportation Awakens
Interest in Dry Farming.
cordance With Court's Decision
Portland— Shippers along the line
of theO. R. & N. will soon have divided
among them the sum of $150,000, an
amount saved to them through the
agency of the transportation commit
tee of the chamber of commerce.
The order o f the state railroad com
mission affecting distributive rates on
the O. R. & N. was issued April 22 for
enforcement May 12.
The case was
tried in successive courts until it
reached Judge Wolverton of the Fede
ral court, who decided in favor of the
state railroad commission. Judge Wol
verton ordered, too, that protested
claims be paid. Blanks to agents and
instructions to shippers were forward
ed. The O. R. & N. then appealed
from the decision of Judge Wolverton.
Soon came an order to agents recalling
the instructions and blanks. The ship
pers affected protested.
Chairman Van Heekeren o f the
matter up with the railroad officials
through J. N. Teal, the committee’s
attorney. The information comes now
that the recall had been issued in_ the
absence of W. W. Cotton, general
counsel o f the O. R. & N., and had
been brought about through a mistake
in the legal department. A ll shippers,
consequently, who have paid excess
charges, may file reparation claims
and get their money back from the 0.
R. & N. It is possible that a similar
condition may arise in connection with
the inujnetion obtained in the Southern
Pacific rate case and the transportation
committee of the chamber o f commerce
will again be of service.
Prineville — The Haystack country
an ideal grain section, is rapidly com
ing into prominence.
Lack o f trans
portation has held the country back
and made it practically impossible to
take up the production of grain.
district is located north and west of
Prineville, and east of lower Crooked
river and Deschutes.
Ten years ago there were a few
farms in the territory, but most of the
land that was deeded lay in the low
hills surrounding the plain.
dustry of the people was cattle, sheep
and horse raising.
When people started to take home
steads it was considered a joke by the
residents o f the older settled part of
the county. Now this is all changed
Many of the dry farmers, notably such
men as Tillman Reuter, who took
many prizes at the Dry Farming con
gress at Spokane last week, are giving
bottom land farmers object lessons,
Much of the land is yet in waving
bunch grass, and is being broken more
and more each year. In the newer
sections of this area, that on the north
slope o f Grizzly and on the north to the
west of Hay creek, are two dozen new
homesteads. O f this number about 15
have been settled during the current
B A LLO O N IST S MAY BE LO ST,
Three Racers Have Dropped in Lakes
or in Canadian Wilds.
SL Louis, Oct. 22.— R elief expedi
tions to search for the pilots andaaides
of the three missing balloons, Azurea,
Düsseldorf II and ^America II, which
started in the international race here,
will be started'from Toronto tomorrow
if no news is received from the aero
nauts before that time.
nouncement was made tonight by offi
cials of the Aero club o f St. Louis.
The situation in reference to the un
reported balloons assumed a most ser
ious aspect tonight.
It is believed
here that the men have landed some
where in the wilds o f Canada, where
they may be the victims of starvation
before succor can reach themmm.
The German balloon Germania, Cap
tain Hugo von Abercron, pilot, and
August Blankcrtz.'aide, landed at Coo-
coocash, Quebec, 179 miles north of
Quebec, Wednesday morning. This is
approximately 1,195 [m iles and may
mean that all world’s records have
The Aero Club tonight called upon
General James Allen, chief o f the
United States Signal corps at Wash
ington, D. C., to have the revenue
cutters patroling the Great Lakes look
for wreckage in Lake Huron.
ship companies which have vessels ply
ing Lake Huron and Georgian Bay
have been requested to join in the
The Ontario government, through its
lieutenant governor, J. M. Gibson, to
night notified the club that it would
assist in the search for the missing
men. The Hudson Bay company also
has replied favorably to the requeBt for
assistance sent from here today.
It was announced tonight that a rep
resentative of the Aero Club would be
sent to Toronto to organize the relief
NOME IS DESERTED
Choice of Houses and Lots Sell
for $50 Each
Machinery Sells for Song- New Fields
Lure Miners and Thousands
Will Take Trail.
Nome, Alaska— Nome would be a
wonderful surprise, not only to the
stranger, but to the thousands o f
miners who were here in this city’s
A few years ago Nome
was a wide awake and bustling camp.
Every one was talking of his good
claims and what he expected to do in
the near future in the way of taking
out fortunes, and then going back to
A stranger on landing in Nome to
day would say “ Where are all the peo
ple and why are these hundreds of
houses empty?” Now it looks as i f a
great plague had struck Nome, and all
of the people had fled in terror, leav
ing everything behind.
all the houses and business blocks are
for rent or for sale.
houses, furnished, can be bought,
house, lot and all, for from $50)to $150.
Large boilers and heavy machinery,
are for sale at scrap-iron
Wreck, ruin and poverty meet the eye
of the stranger.
Two-thirds of the
people here are trying to get a “ home-
stake” to get out on the last boats.
The cause of this is that the day o f the
pick and shovel is gone in Name. The
rich placers have been worked out, but
the low-grade ground is now coming to
the front, where large capital only can
handle it wih dredges and hydraulic
machinery on a large scale.
During the Bummer three strikes
were made. One is the Squirrel river,
a tributary to he Kobuck river, 800
miles north by sea, but from Nome
overland it is but 350 miles by winter
trail. Now there are about 70 men
prospecting there. They say they have
found coarse gold, nothing smaller
than nuggets weighing about 25 cents
each, but so far not in large deposits,
but just about rich enough to pay
wages this winter.
Winter will de
velop the country, and when spring
comes miners and residents here will
know whether it will be a good camp.
HURRICANE SW EEPS FLORIDA
Sea Rushes Over Walls and Many
Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 19.— Storms
iast night and tonight swept the entire
Florida peninsula, doing damage esti
mated at several million dollars.
Forty thousand square miles o f ter
ritory south of Jacksonville has been
without communication with the out
side world for more than 24 hours.
Last reports told of hurricane winds
and rapidly falling barometers. The
orange crop in that territory and vast
Along the Eastern coast many liveB
are believed to have been lost and the
property damage is believed to be
The maximum wind velocity, 70
miles an hour, was recorded here at 7
o’clock tonight, wh>*n the center of the
disturbance appeared to have passed
up the Atlantic eoaBt toward Savan
nah. Maycock, at the mouth of the
St. Johns river, experienced a wind of
80 or 90 miles an hour and half the
houses there have been wrecked.
population of Maycsck is 700.
There has been no communication
with any point south o f Jacksonville,
except St. Augustine, since late today,
and all wires north but one were sev
ered shortly before dark.
A heavy downpour accompanied by
high winds is reported
Augustine houses in the business sec
tion were flooded at low tide with
promise o f immense damage to busi
ness property when the high tide came
in. The city is in darkness, a gale
still blowing, and at 6 o’clock the seas
were over the sea wall.
Not a word has come from Tampa
since 4:20 a. m., and the telegraph
companies do not expect to restore
communication before tomorrow. The
damage will be the greatest in the in
terior, where the storm came upon the
people with little warning.
Irrigate 2,500 Acres in Lake.
Lakeview— The stockholders o f the
Anna R iver Irrigation company have
decided to install a pumping plant
sufficiently large to irrigate 2,500
M c M i n n v i l l e s i n k s w e l l .
acres of land, and the work will be urn
dertaken at once. The estimated cost
City Contracts With D. M. Watson to is $3,000, and the money has already
been paid into the treasury.
Secure Artesian Flow.
F IF TY MEN S T IL L MISSING.
McMinnville— The water commission foot dam has been constructed, and by
of this city has entered into a contract placing the power plant a short dis
New York - The New York Times
for the boring of an experimental ar tance below the dam sufficient power Reports Received So Far Show T o
received a wireless saying that Walter
can be obtained to raise the water 40
tesian well, the machinery for which
Wellman and his companions aboard
feet, which will be sufficient to cover
has already arrived. The well will be
the airship that Btarted to fly from
the land to be irrigated.
Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 22. — Only
sunk on land owned by the city, four
America to Europe were rescued by
the disasters at sea remain to be count
miles northeast of town, and the con
the Royal Mail steamer TrenL
Coos County Builds Highways.
ed in obtaining complete reports of the
tract calls for a depth of 1,000 feet if
News of the rescue came by wireless
Marshfield— One of the most difficult damage done by the great hurricane
desired by the water commission.
from Captain Downs, of the Trent, in
The location of the well will be at pieces of road building attempted in which swept this state early this week.
the place where oil seepage wa3 en Coos county has just been completed. Although wire and rail communication
“ A t 5 o’clock this morning we
countered during the past summer It extends from Allegany, at the head has not been restored to many cities
sighted Wellman’s airship America
Eggs retail at 5 cents apiece in Ta
while the workmen were drilling for of Coos river, to Scotsburg, on the in the state, including Miami and Key
B ALLO O N ISTS ARE LO ST.
They signalled by the
water. Owing to the inadequacy of stage road to Drain. The plan is to West, all points for which fears were
Morse code that help was required.
extend the road from Scotsburg, mak entertained have been heard from and
Walter Wellman says he will again Relief Parties Hurrying to Canadian
“ A fte r three hours o f maneuvering
The all weathered the big blow in fairly
reach a depth of about 200 feet and ing a shorter route to Drain.
attempt to cross the Atlantic in an
with fresh winds blowing we picked
Wilds in Search.
new road will be the quickest auto good shape.
up Wellman and the entire crew and
Thirteen drowned in shipwrecks is
New York, Oct. 24.— No word has Mr. Watson will commence with an route out of Coos bay.
the cat. All are now safe aboard the
One man was killed and two others yet been received by officers o f the 8-inch drill and work day and night goes through some rough country, and the most authentic count at hand, in
Trent. AH are well.
cluding thoBe reported on both coasts
injured in the first football game under Aero Club of America as to the where shifts until the terms of his contract the progress of the work was slow.
was abandoned in latitude 35:43 north,
MADRIZ IS CO U NTE R FE ITER .
new rules at St. Louis.
abouts of the balloon America II, are completed and until either water
Word came from St. Augustine that
Finish Threshing Season,
Andrew Carnegie has returned from carrying Alan R. Hawley, pilot, and or oil are encountered.
This point ¡ b east of Cape Hatteras,
three dead had been found in the wreck Would Flood Nicaragua With Bogus
Europe and appeared very feeble upon
and half way to Bermuda.
of an unidentified four-masted schooner
landing from the steamer.
ROAD T O MEXICO TALKED .
The cat referred to was the Amer
of them prominent Aero club members,
out 53 days, in which time he threshed near Detray.
Chicago— H. Nathan Secresl, a na ica’s mascot, placed aboard by Mrs.
The New Mexico constitutional con is increasing.
The missing total at least 50, in
110,656 bushels of grain throughout
vention refuses to support the initia
I f the men have landed safely it is Salem Highway Enthusiasts Discuss the valley. Mr. Baldock stated that cluding the crew o f nine on the oil tive of Indiana, owner o f a Nicaragua Vaniman, w ife of the chief engineer of
rubber plantation and a “ revolutionist the airship. Captain Downs gave no
tive and referendum feature.
believed they are cast away so far in
the best grain threshed this year was barge Dallas, which broke adrift from
and a soldier of fortune” who was other particulars.
on the Ferguson place, west of Baker. her tow in 100-mile blow.
Graham-White, in a Farman biplane, the Canadian wilderness that their re
Salem— The first meeting to be held
captured here, with George B. W il
made over 63 miles in two hours in a turn to civilization will be a matter of in Oregon for the promotion o f a high Mr. Fergusoon raised more than 6,000
liams and Richard J. Trumbull, print
A T H L E T IC FAN IS SUICIDE.
bushels of grain, which speaks well
drizzling rain and a 27-mile wind.
B ALLO O N S MAKE GOOD TIM E
ers and engravers, together with $300,-
William Hawley, brother of Alan R. way from Washington to Mexico along for dry farming.
Dredges on the Panama canal have Hawley, accompanied by F. Stoddard, the Pacific coast was held here. Frank
000 bogus Nicaraguan money, has un
Boy Quits Job to See Game; When folded a new opera bouffe plot.
German in Lead, With Four Others
uncovered an ancient galleon buried in a friend of the aeronaut, left New M. Fretwell, o f Seattle, secretary of
Parents Scold, Hangs Self.
the Pacific Highway association, out
20 feet of sand 300 feet from the beach York tonight for Ottawa.
He said that when Madriz decided to
Philadelphia — Excitement over the abdicate in favor of Estrada, he and
Charles Heitman, secretary of the lined the plan to the Marion County bition here a cabbage 50 inches in cir
St. Louis, Oct. 19. — Heading
world’s series between the Chicago his “ cabinet” had the foresight to straight for Ontario, across the Great
Federal officers in Chicago seized Aero club, said today that not even one road enthusiasts.
Considerable encouragement was cumference, and weighing 20 pounds. Nationals and the Philadelphia Amer raid the treasury of $16,000,000. The
$300,000 in counterfeit Nicaraguan of the bulletins with which all contes
Lakes, along the best balloon route in
icans, it is said, was the cause o f sui- five peso notes were quickly disposed America, Captain von Abercron, the
bank bills, and also captured three of tants of the St. Louis race were sup given to the plan, J. H. Albert, presi near Oakville.
plied and which were to be dropped at
famous German pilot, with his balloon,
Ayers was a delivery boy in a depart riots, $2,000,000 being realized. Ma Germania, is believed to be leading in
intervals o f two hours to furnish news association; County Judge Bushey, A.
PO R TLAND M ARKETS.
An attempt was made to assassinate
of the movements of the balloon, has
the international race for the James
Major General Pino Guerra, command
permission to absent himself to see the erals and dignitaries then hastened to
been received in New York from the expressing themselves in favor of it.
er o f the Cuban army, by a member of
Wheat — Track prices: Bluestem, game here, the boy gave up his posi Guatemala, which was safe territory, Gordon Bennett cup, which started
America II. Several o f these bulletins
86c; club, 82c; red Russian, 80c; val tion. When his parents learned that and proceeded to make merry with the from this city late yesterday afternoon.
the Cuban secret police.
dropped by each o f the other contest Salem board of trade and commercial
Somewhere within the radius o f 100
ley, 85c; forty-fold, 84c.
the lad had quit work, the boy was $2,000,000. In a month or so, wine
The imperial senate of China, before ants in the race were picked up and bodies throughout the county.
Barley Feed, $21 50 ton; brewing sent to bed without his supper. Later, suppers and other festivities had cut miles, over Lake Huron, dispatches in
Judge Bushey also outlined some of
it had been in existence three weeks, mailed to the Aero club.
dicate that the America II, the Swiss
his proposed improvements, including $23.
he was found hanging to a balustrade, deeply into the exchequer and the de Helvetia and Azurea, the French Isle
voted to memorialize the throne for the
Millstuffs— Bran, $25 per ton; mid having used a sheet for a noose.
a county road from Salem to Silverton,
posed dignitaries began casting about
establishment o f a general parliament.
dc France and the German Hamburg
Japs to Spend $40,000,000.
from Salem to Stayton and the estab dlings, $33; shorts, $27; rolled barley,
for means of replenishing the funds.
I II and Düsseldorf I I are keeping close
A dynamite bomb with lighted fuse
Tokio— Count Katsura, the premier lishment o f a system to patrol roads.
Airship Scares Fishermen.
company with the leader.
attached was hurled from a suburban and minister o f finance, speaking at a
Hay— Track prices: Timothy, W il
caragua, had become a close friend of
H. E. Honeywell, in the St. Louis
Noank, Conn.— When the auxiliary Madriz, who sent for him. They held
train into a Chicago residence, but the dinner of the associated
lamette valley, $19@20 per ton; East
TAX R O LL GIVEN O U T.
lady of the house seized it, pinched off houses, outlined the
ern Oregon, $21(//22; alfalfa, new, $15 fishing schooner Ada Bell put in here a secret conference in Guatemala and No. 4, landed tonight near Hillman,
the crew told o f a narrow escape they it was decided to come to the United Mich. They had run out of ballast.
the fuse and threw the bomb into the briefly, and said that the government
@16; grain hay, $14.
Tillamook Property Valued at Nearly
would faithfully adhere to the policies
Corn— Whole, $32; cracked, $33 ton had, of being hit by the equilibrator of States and have printed a million or Nothing definite had been heard at a
the Wellman airship. Captain Chris- more 5-peso notes and spread them in late hour from Colonel Theodore S.
Oats— White, $27.50hi 28 per ton.
A slow moving freight train on the already followed.
The only new feature in the next
Salem— Following is the summary
Apples— King, $firstname.lastname@example.org per box; tophsen said that they were fishing ’on Nicaragua for a two-fold purpose— the Schaeck, in the Helvetia, or Lieuten
Southern Pacific near San Jose, Cal.,
Nantucket shoals when a large dark first being to furnish the conspirators ant Messncr, in the Azurea.
ran into a pile of boulders which had budget w ill be an appropriation for of the assessment roll of Tillamook Gravenstein, 75c@$1.25; W olf River,
$l/>/1.25; Waxen, 85c@$1.25; Bald object appeared, which they took to be with funds and the second to embar
been placed on the track with the evi naval increase, amounting to $40,000,- county for 1910:
As the object
Acres o f tillable lands, 15,085, value win, $1.50; Northern Spy, $1.26@’ .75; a heavy bank of fog.
rass the Estrada government, which
Key West Suffers Heavily.
dent intention of wrecking a train. 000, payable in six years.
approached, however, they saw some would be forced to redeem the bogus
Had a passenger train struck the ob finance minister said, has been necessi $1,314,850; acres of non-tillable lands, Snow, $1,750/2; Spitzenbergs, $1.25@
Key West, Fla.— The tropical hurri
thing bumping along on top o f the wa notes or face another revolution.
struction a serious wreck would have
cane that has been sweeping over the
ments on deeded lands, $21,701; town
Green Fruits — Pears, $1.25@2 per ter, and the motor was started just in
West Indies and Southern waters for
and city lots, $729,248; improvements box; grapes, 75c@$1.25; 17>£c per time to get the boat out o f the way as
Wellman is Undaunted.
five days took Key West in its grip and
Senator Stephen B. Elkins, who has
on town and city lots, $171,890; im basket; cranberries, $email@example.com per the airship passed.
Policeman Arrested for Murder.
Atlantic Gity— Walter Wellman and tore away the roofs of houses, shook •
been ill all summer, is reported to be
Redding, Cal.— The dogged determ provements on lands not deeded, $2,- barrel; quinces, 75c@$l per box
the five men who attempted to cross number of buildings from their founda
¡nation of Mrs. Vallier, mother of
the Atlantic in a dirigible balloon were tions, blew vessels from their moor
Lisbon— Decrees have been publish given an informal dinner here by resi ings and did other damage, the extent
Vegetables- Beans, 3@5c per pound
Thirteen are known to have been George Vallier, assisted by Mrs. Bat- chinery, etc., $117,075; merchandise
killed in the recent Gulf storm, and tain, the young man's aunt, has re
dents of Atlantic City.
of which cannot yet be estimated. But
some localities have not yet been heard sulted in uncovering evidence that has implements, vehicles, etc., $34,360; per dozen; celery, 400/75c; com, 12@ in force with the advent of the repub
Wellman and his crew were given three lives were reported lost, a ne-
led to the arrest in Oakland of Daniel
an enthusiastic welcome on their arri gress and two children being drowned.
$68,060; household furniture, $54,350; plant, $10/1.25 per crate; garlic, 8@ ists and the ones restraining newspa
val here. While he made no definite The first mutterings of the storm were
The Swiss balloon landed at Villa Fleming, a railroad policeman, on the horses and mules, 1,462, value $83,420;
announcement concerning his accept heard five days ago, when the wind
Marie, Quebec, 1,100 miles from the charge of murdering George Vallier cattle, 9,984, value $203,630; sheep
ance of the offer of the hotel men who rose and there was a deluge of rain.
starting point in the international bal near Redding on August 25.
rest was made by City Marshtll Seng.
backed the American enterprise, W ell
The complaint was sworn to by Harry
man as well as the other men declared
Arizonans Would Be Radical.
The National Y. M. C. A. has raised Goble, who came near losing his life
they were ready to try the hazardous
Phoenix, A riz.— Making up for time
one million dollars with which to ex at the same time that Vallier was
lost in getting ready for business, del
absence with full pay.
1 25; turnips, $1.
tend its work in foreign countries. killed.
egates in the constitutional convention
John D. Rockefeller gave $450,000.
Realty Dealer in Toils.
introduced 28 proposals. One o f these
ures favored by the Socialist party.
King o f Siam Is Dead.
Astoria— A party of 13 cannery su $1.10 per hundredd.
Seattle— With the arrest o f D. M. would render all public offices subject
The new White Star line steamship
Poultry— Hens, 1 5 @ lfc; springs, 15
Bangkok, Siam— The death of King perintendents employed by the Alaska
Green, a real estate dealer, with offices to recall. Two provide drastic incor
Olympia was launched at Belfast, Ire
Greek Costume Offends.
Packers' association visited the can @16c; ducks, white, 160/ 18c; geese,
poration regulations designed to curb
land. She is the largest vessel afloat, Chulalong, which occurred here, was neries about Astoria to make an inves l i e ; turkeys, live, 20c; dressed. 22'4
San Francisco— On complaint o f An on Madison street, and who is charged
trust combinations and stop the thriv
measuring 882S feet in length and 94 due to uraemic poisoinng.
dreas Devaris, one o f the members of by Andrew Wold, a miner, with swind
tigation of the sanitary salmon cans 0/ 25c; squabs, $2 per dozen.
ing trade in Arizona charters. Others
feet in width.
had suffered for years from nephritis. that have been used during the past! Butter— City creamery, solid pack; a company o f Greek players, a warrant
ling him o f $200, the police believe will limit the number o f bills intro
36c per pound; prints, 37(/i37'.,c; out has been issued for the arrest of Po
David B. Hill, ex-govemor of New Uraemic poisoning developed and the season by some of the local canneries.
duced in the legislature and restrict
side creamery. 35o/36c; butter fat, liceman William Jurgens on a charge
York and a noted New York politician, king lapsed into unconsciousness, dy The association is considering the ad
ized band of real estate “ sharks” the railroad commission o f the new
According to the story
ing a few hours later.
The crown visability o f adopting the can next 36c; country store butter, 24@25c.
Eggs— Oregon, candled, 37@37,ac told by Devaris, Jurgens told him to go who have been conducting illegal sales state to five members, who would not
prince Chowfa Maha Vajiravudh was year. The visitors are also securing
have free transportation.
in Seattle for two years.
A Seattle man was shot four times,
home and put on more clothes and when
proclaimed king. He was born Jan data regarding the cost o f can-making per dozen; Eastern, 29@32c.
Green is said to have been arrsted
but escaped serious injury, as the only
uary 1, 1880, and was proclaimed machinery. One of the objects to be
Heney Mourned Greatly.
bullet which landed on a vital part was
V eal—Fancy, 85 to 125 pounds, 13c Devaris appeared before the bond and on a similar charge in Los Angeles
attained by the new cans is the elim
prince January 17, 1886.
caught by his necktie and caused only
Cordova, Alaska— The stillness of
warrant clerk clothed in a Greek toga and he may be charged with using
ination of Chinee labor.
the mails for fraudulent purposes.
a slight wound.
Arctic night reigned throughout Cor
Hops—1910 crop, 10@12c; 1909, and sandals.
Greek Cabinet Resigns.
dova and the great Copper River val
Five members of the joint advisory
Athens The cabinet formed only a
ley for an hour on Tuesday, October
lioard of the Tobacco Workers union of few days ago by Deputy Veniziles has
Famous Hotel Bankrupt.
Wool- Eastern Oregon, 13@17c per
Salem—That the corrupt practices
Monticello, N. Y .— Fire, thought to 18, in respect to the memory of Mich
Tampa, Fla., have been arrested, resigned, due to the fact that on every act pamphlet for the general election pound; valley, 17@19c; mohair, choice,
have been set by vandals seeking to ael J. Heney, founder of Cordova and
< harged with conspiring to keep work attempt to get a vote o f confidence in
ill cost the taxpayers of the state 32@33c.
Broadway and Twenty-fifth street, one drive deer from cover, is raging on the builder of the two great Alaska rail
men from seeking employment.
the national assembly, a majority of several thousands of dollars is appar-1 Cattle— Beef steers, good to choice, of New York’s most famous hotels,
vast Sullivan county estate of Chester ways. On the Copper River railroad,
Judge W. Chapin, a New York millionaire. which is under construction, train serv
By a vote of 1,024 to 326 the Pitts the members absented themselves. ent when it is estimated that the post $firstname.lastname@example.org; fair to medium, $4.50@5; was thrown into bankruptcy.
$email@example.com; Bolt, in the Federal court, appointed a The preserve shields hundreds of deer
burg streetcar men have empowered King George, however, has refused to age on the pamphlet alone will amount choice spayed heifers,
ice was suspended, and 2,000 men laid
their executive committee to call a accept the resignation and 20,000 citi to $2,400. A t $50 a page the candi good to choice beef cows, $firstname.lastname@example.org; receiver with authority to continue and elk and thousands of dollars worth down their picks and shovels and at
strike whenever they think proper. zens held a demonstration in the streets dates and parties will pay but $1,800 medium to good beef cows, $3.50@4; business, and it was said that the of damage has been done.
Many ani tended memorial services.
in support of Veniziles.
in total, leaving a deficit of $600 for common beef cows, $2f</3.50; bulls, whole matter soon would be adjusted mals have perished and others have
Discharge of 160 union men is
the postage on the pamphlet alone, to $3.50@4; stags, good to choice, S3@ by a reorganization.
fled the preserve in terror, falling an
Lava Floods Samoan Isle.
Kaiser Honors Caruso.
say nothing o f paper, printing, binding 4.50; calves, light, $6,750/7; heavy,
easy prey to hunters. A big force of
Hurricane sweeps Florida, causing
Berlin — The kaiser's customary and labor in general.
Victoria, B. C.— The volcanic errup-
heavy property loss and many casual-
Fifty Drown in Shipwreck.
birthday surprise to the kaiserine took
tion of Mount Savali, on Upolu, Sam
Hogs Top, $9.60t//9.75; fair to me
Peach Tree Yields $20.
New Orleans — A cablegram from
the form of a concert at the palace at
oa, continues with unabated intensity,
Heavy Shocks Recorded.
A woman has been arrested as an Potsdam, at which Geraldine Farrar
according to advices received by the
Albany— F. M. Mofford, who reside*
Sheep Best valley wethers, $3.25
accessory in the I^os Angeles Times and Enrico Caruso were the perform north of Lebanon, secured $20 worth @3.60; fair to good wethers. $30/3.26; ‘ ‘ The steamship Wally was wrecked
San Jose, Cal.— Heavy earthquakes, steamship Makura. Large stream* of
ers. Their majesties afterwards chat o f peaches from one tree in his orchard best Mt. Adams wethers. $email@example.com; near the lighthouse at Arrosales, off the centers of which were thousands of lava, flowing from the crater, have
Roosevelt did some "exp lain in g" in ted with the singers.
Some o f the miles away in the southwest, were re swept down upon the farm lands and
The kaiser be this year. The tree yielded 10 bushels best valley ewes, $30/3.50; lambs, Para, and is a total loss.
his political speeches and his friend» stowed on Caruso the title o f Koenig- of choice peaches, which were sold for choice ML Adams, $50/5.25; choice passengers were rescued, but it is be corded on the seismographs at Santa many estates have been destroyed. No
fear he is losing ground.
* licher Preussischer Kammorsaanger. $2 a bushel.
lieved that nearly 50 were drowned.
loss o f life has been reported.
i valley, $4.75@5.
WELLMAN AIRSHIP LOST;
CREW SAVED BY STEAMER