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P E A C E IN P R O S P E C T .
R e b e ls
W ill S u s p e n d O p e ra tio n s
R e fo r m s A re G ranted.
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE STATE
ARM Y PREPARES FO R
W h o le D iv isio n H e ld R e a d y f o r Field
in T w o H o u rs .
F IR S T M O V E F O R P E A C E .
M e x ic a n G o v e rn m e n t a n d In s u rg e n ts
B o th F e a r Intervention,
New York, March 15.— Before Se
San Antonio, March 18.—Orders
W ashington, March 21. — Peace is
C O A L F IN D S T I R S C IT Y .
nor de la Barra departed for W ashing
have been received here from W ash
assured in Mexico w ithin a week if 3 , 0 0 0 A C R E S F O R O R C H A R D .
that Major General C arter’s
ton today he gave out here the proofs
Current Events of Interest G a t M certain influences now at work toward C o m p a n y B u y s B ig T r a c t in Y a m h ill I W ell D ig g e r U n c o v e r s G o o d V e in m ington
aneuver division shall hold itself in Roosevelt Turns Light on Men Like of an article which will appear to
th at end prove effective. W ith the
C o unty.
readiness to break camp and take the
M ile W e st o f Sale m .
morrow iy the Independent, on “ The
arrival in Mexico City of Senor Jose Portland -The purchase of a 3,000 Salem — Discovery o f w hat are de field as it for actual w arfare within
From the World at Large.
Lorimer and Haskell.
Situation in M exico,” urging all hi*
Yves Lim antour, m inister of finance, acre tract of orchard land in Yamhill clared to be bona fide coal deposits on two hours.
order caused much comment,
countrymen, regardless of “ all divis
President Diaz will begin conferences, county, four miles from Sheridan, on a small tract on the Roberts ranch, for The
the particular reason th at it did D e c la re s C o u n tr y Is D isg ra c e d By ions of party, all differences between
the Southern Pacific, by the Clear about a mile w est of Salem, in Polk
G eneral R e su m e o f Im p o rta n t Eventi which it is expected will result in the
Orchard company, of Portland, county, have set the town agog. The not come in the general m aneuvers or
m en,” to recall the “ sacred interests
S u c h M e n — S y m p a th iz e s W ith
announcem ent w ithin three or four View
P re se n te d In C o n d e n s e d F o r m
is announced. The purchase was made discovery was made by men employed ders issued by M ajor General C arter
our country,” and “ to work to
N e w M e x ic o .
on the H. P. Chase drilling machine.
f o r O u r B u s y R e a d e rs.
gether for the progress of true demo
W estern Oregon land owner and oper They were seeking for w ater. A t a ment.
The order to be in readiness for
cracy and best developm ent of the
M inister Lim antour will present an ator. The consideration is not made depth of 36 feet the first coal vein was operations
in the field, w hile it may Albuquerque, N. M., March 16. — motherland. ”
but Mr. Andrews retains an found. This vein was thin, being but
A rate w ar has begun in coastwise explanation of the demands of the rev known,
interest in the company and will serve five or six inches thick, but was well be a legitim ate feature of maneuvers, Colonel Roosevelt paid his respects by The am bassador penned this appeal
shipping trade on the Pacific coast.
olutionists and the changes in the offi in
is not taken in th at sense.
the capacity of secretary and treas defined.
name to Senator Lorim er, of Illinois,
China has conceded the demands of cial fam ily of President Diaz as well urer.
Excepting the generals to whom and Governor H askell, of Oklahoma, only last night, afte r his conference
Russia th at she live up to the treaty as the institution of reform s which are The purpose of the purchasers is to was struck, but the coal was broken long years have taught conservatism , tonight. He denounced both as “ unfit with Senor Lim antour, the Mexican
convert the land into 10-acre orchard up and apparently scattered. The everyone rejected the m aneuver to hold public ottice.” Their election, m inister of finance, and he considered
expected to appease the insurgents.
but could not explain where he said, was a disgrace to the com it so very im portant th at a t the very
Large forces of Mexican rebels ad In the m eantim e, President T aft, home tracts. The tracts have been quality is declared to be excellent and theory,
to be expected.
which elected them.
vance on Hermosillo, capital of Señora who arrives here tomorrow morning laid out and a num ber of them have the indications point to a discovery of w ar One was officer
of prominence today said m unities
already been contracted for. Mr. some magnitude.
was made in the last moment he had it crowded into
from Augusta, Ga., will confer w ith Andrews said that eight homes were H. P. Chase said th at the coal de he hoped Mexico and the United States course of Colonel Roosevelt’s address the locked forms.
Prem ier Stolypin, of Russia, has re Ambassador
not become embroiled.
to an audience which crowded the Insurrecto leaders to whom the par
B arra, and there is under construction, the cheapest of posits discovered w est of the river would
signed on account of the defeat of his good grounds de for la the
“ We could defeat Mexico and there opera
house and left hundreds stand agraph was shown said they consid
assum ption that them costing $2,800, others ranging in w ere found afte r drilling through a would
reform m easures.
be no lesson learned,” he said. ing outside.
In opening his talk, the
sandstone rock. He says th at while “ The unthinking
the troops now concentrated in Texas price from $3,000 to $4,000.
would Colonel declared th at in its failure to ered it an invitation to come into
H eirs of the late E. H. H arrim an im m ediately will begin a series of Each trac t is being planted to fruit the present veins discovered are ap have another object in to congress
point to, to g ran t New Mexico statehood during camp, and its issuance makes more no
have started a bank in New York to m aneuvers, and will return shortly to trees by the company. E xpert tree parently small, the indications are ex show th at we can depend on
last regular session of congress, table a trend of events th at has been
perpetuate his memory.
their posts. In addition, when con planters from Hood River have been cellent and th at endeavors will be im teers in an emergency. So the we volun
to do the work. Eighty-seven m ediately made to determ ine ju st the
the national governm ent had com m it discoverable for the last three days.
T aft assures the Mexican am bassa ditions are normal in Mexico, a com secured
fte r we have loat 75 per cent to teach ted a breach *of faith. Arizona, he
are now on the ground.
extent of the deposits and the value a the
dor th at troops were only sent to the plete statem ent of the consideration men
rem aining 25 per cent how to fight. said, m ight have offered ground for After^the first shock of surprise in
th at actuated the m obilization of “ We will make of this tract a mod of the find.
border for maneuvers.
“ A stronger lesson is needed; Japan question,
ern Eden for 300 hom es,” said Mr.
although he favored its ad the U nited S tates, and of alarm and
troops will be issued.
A rich ledge of gold-bearing quartz Hope for the coming of peace in Andrews. “ We intend to m ake every F I F T E E N A C R E S O F G R A P E S . or Germany would do, preferably the mission, but w ith New Mexico there distrust in Mexico caused by the dis
form er, because of her geographical
said to assay $20,000 to the ton has Mexico is strengthened by the m anner possible prelim inary preparation for
patch of 20,000 American troops to
situation. They are quite capable of was T urning
been discovered in Washoe county, in which the revolutionists have com the coming of those who really w ant
to the duties which the cit the frontier, there began a series of
izens of New Mexico m ust take up formal diplom atic exchanges between
mented on the m agazine article of homes. Each tract is not only to be
paredness, w henever ready.
on L a r g e S c a le .
out and planted to fru it trees, but
the territo ry does become a
A ttorney General W ickersham de Ambassador de la B arra and the signi laid
are building the bam s and the N yssa—Nyssa this year will have “ We have spent ten days in turm oil state, Colonel Roosevelt warned his the two powers, and a series of care
clares th at direct legislation is not in ficant sp irit of expectancy w ith which we
roads th at go w ith the homes. W’e th# distinction of planting the largest
hearers that, w hile good laws are nec fully weighed interview s and author
accord with a Republican form of gov the results of Senor Lim antour’s con will
establish our own telephone ser vineyard in Eastern Oregon, and prob U ltim atey we should trium ph, but the essary, good citzenship m ust back ized publications in the daily press.
ferences in Mexico City this week are
aw aited by organs of insurgent senti vice, electric lights and w ater supply. ably in Southern Idaho. This vine would be much cheaper even in money, them up. He said th at unfit men had Underneath this current ran a deeper
The Japanese diet defeated a motion ments.
At Sheridan we have secuerd ground
elected to office by popular and tide tide of sym pathy between coun
will be planted on Bridge island,
alone lives, to treble our force been
condemning the governm ent’s foreign Not a single adverse comment was for a fruit storage warehouse and will yard
representative vote. Such a man re trymen who m ight be at odds, but
m ile south of Nyssa, and will con let
policy which conflicts with the foreign recorded in Mexican newspapers to later build a canning factory. The one
mained unfit for office, he said, were still countrymen.
sist of 15 acres of grapes, mostly of
ensuant pension rolls alone.”
policy of England and America.
“ w hether he is unfit, as Mr. Lorim er “ Intervention Jmeans w ar,” said
the proposal of the Mexican ambassa land is in the center of an ideal mar* the Concord variety. S. N. Emison, the Officers
Mexican M inister Lim antour de dor th at all classes in Mexico unite for ket and Portland, Salem and the coast one of the best known residents of cation where criticism s of superiors is is unfit, who was elected by the legis Senor Lim antour, in so many words.
are but a few hours distant. The Nyssa, w here he has been a business
lature of Illinois, or as Mr. Haskell is “ Intervention?” answered Dr. F.
clares no overtures for peace have the promotion of national unity.
or to be inferred, but the man unfit, who was elected by popular Vasquez
been made or will be made to the reb The insurgents have taken the stand Southern Pacific furnishes excellent man for a num ber of years, is behind invoved
Gomez, the insurgent repre
els, and th at they m ust be conquered th at th eir operations have proved they train service.”
sentative at W ashington, who has
The Colonel recommended a drastic been here for three days. “ The mo
Mr. Emison has conducted rath er
are w illing to risk a g reat deal to se
a t any cost.
corrupt practices law for New Mexico m ent there is intefVention there will
exhaustive experim ents on grape cul arm y.
the adoption of certain reforms
W O R K T O B E G I N J U N E I.
W ashington loggers declare th at all cure
when it becomes a state. He also de cease to be an insurrection. Both
ture here for the past three years.
in the governm ent, and if not granted
5 0 .0 0 0 T H R t A T L N S T R IK E
small operators will be put out of will
clared for direct election of United sides will m ake common cause against
C o n tra c t A w a rd e d fo r S ta n fie ld -C o y - From Concord grapes he had planted
business by the new state law requir The contiue
three years before, Mr. Emison last New York Express Drivers Upset S tates senators. In this connection, a common enem y.”
dissatisfaction in Mexico,
ote C uto ff.
ing th at all lands m ust be cleared of though most
he said, New York offered an object Frederico Madero, a brother of Gus
year got an average of 56 pounds of
brush and rubbish afte r the logs are has not been conspicuous
Plans for P ;i e.
lesson. W ith direct prim ary election, tavo, head of the ju n ta here, let fall
confined to th at state and Pendleton— Work on the construc m erchantable grapes from each vine.
serious outbreaks in other states have tion of the Coyote-Stanfield cutoff will W hen it is realized th at 540 grape New York, March 18. Samuel Gom- “ somebody” would have been elected today th at his brother had recently
The 24-year old son of a California been prevented by the promises of be started June 1, if nothing unfore vines are planted per acre, it is seen pers, president of the Am erican Fed senator from th at state, he concluded. made a call on Senor Lim antour. One
seen arises to cause a change in the th at a t the rate of production ju st eration of Labor, has been summoned He also declared th at justice toward of his friends said this afternoon that
rancher com m itted suicide because his early changes in adm inistration.
plans of the Oregon-W ashington com mentioned an acre of three-year old to New York to take charge of the corporations m ust characterize all Gustavo had spent part of the morn
father allowed him to work contin
grapes would produce 30,240 pounds of threatened general strike of the team dealings w ith com binations of capital ing with Secretary Dickinson, but the
uously on the farm with no evidence
F IN D W IL D IN D IA N B A N D .
From sources known to be reliable grapes, or a trifle over 15 tons per sters in the m etropolitan district, and a fte r an explanation of his views secretary him self dashed all intim a
of appreciation of his efforts.
it was learned th at practically all pre acre. A fa ir average price of grapes which, if called, will involve 50,000 on this subject, devoted the rest of a
with cold w ater.
The author of “ How to Be H appy,” S c ie n tist s D is c o v e r S a v a g e T rib e parations are now made for beginning is 4 cents per pound, so th at a produc men. Mr. Gompers, it is understood, long address to a plea for good citizen tions
“ I have not been in communication
T h o u g h t W ip e d O u t in 1870.
has com m itted suicide.
work on the above date. The contract tion at the above ratio would bring will arrive Monday or Tuesday.
with the Maderos, either directly or
San Francisco An anthropological for work has already been let to $1,209.60 per acre.
S trikers and employers are asked to Z E L A Y A B I T T E R IN A T T A C K .
indirectly,” he said tonight. “ I have
Senator Bailey refused to testify expedition
from the univestiy of Cali Twohy Bros., and it is understood
subm it th eir differences to arb itra
m et any of them and I have had
in the Lorim er bribery case.
fornia, under Professor Kroeber, has they are ready to begin operations
tion, the men returning to work pend
TO “PLAN T” PH EASAN TS.
no word from any of them. I carry no
Portland is now the leading port of reported the discovery of rem nants of whenever
ing a decision, in resolutions adopted
orders to do so arrive from
messages from them to Senor Lim
the U nited States in the export of a supposedly extinct tribe of Califor General Manager
P la n s to S e iz e A ll A m e rica .
Jam es P. O ’Brien. S tate B u y s 100 P a ir s R e e v e s S p e c ie s tonight by the interdenom inational
antour. My presence here has noth
w h e at
nia Indians near the headw aters of the The Coyote cutoff calls for the con
com m ittee for the promotion of indus P aris—Jose Santos Zelaya, who was ing to do w ith the Mexican situ atio n.” *
f o r D istrib u tio n .
The belief grows here, however,
President Lovett, of the H arrim an The rest of the tribe, the Kombos, struction of an additional track from Corvallis-—Game W arden Stevenson, trial
compelled to relinquish the presidency among
A fter deciding a t a m eeting yester of
Coyote, on the Columbia river, across
those closely in touch with
lines, is very optim istic regarding were
day to return to work and leave the
country to Stanfield.
both camps, th at some understanding
prospects in the W est
gave an interview to Le Siecle, will
the settlers of N orthern C alifornia The cutoff will elim inate eight order w ith Gene Simpson, the pheas settlem ent of th eir grievances to May lution,
reached. It was pointed out
which he violently attacked the a t th at be
Champ Clark is much impressed having been aroused by the depreda
of the present distance between ant fancier, of Corvallis, for 100 pairs or Gaynor, the strikin g Adams Ex in
if Francisco Madero, Sr., has al
w ith opportunities in the South and tions of the Indians, who were hunted miles
those two points. However, the pres ered next Septem ber. These birds press company drivers held another Mexican affair. Zelaya charges th at ready seen Senor L im antour once, he
advises young men to go there.
down and massacred.
session in Jersey late at night and
ent main line track will be continued
likely to find means of keeping in
be shipped by the gam e warden overturned the plans by deciding not the U nited S tates governm ent, in is touch
w ith him as the situation may
C itizens of Viterbo, Italy, are flee expedition, which returned from the in use so as to provide a double track will
only to continue the strike, but to call and financial gain, is w aging a m erci demand.
ing from jury duty in the trial of the North, recently, there are about 20 in for the road. Work of building the loose.
out the drivers employed by other less duel not only w ith Mexico, but The Maderos are considered the
Cam orra, a murderous organization of the tribe at present. They w ere iden cutoff will cost slightly less than $1
000,000, and the building of the road The Reeves pheasant is the largest companies as well.
w ith the whole of Central America, wealth and brains of the revolution.
tified by arrowheads and other imple will add much to the activity of this of the pheasant fam ily, and is a fine
which it seeks to absorb so as to become They are not in sym pathy w ith the
The U nited States governm ent has m ents found in their camps, although section of Oregon during the coming game bird. As they are hardy and D I A Z W I L L N O T T A L K P E A C E . absolute
m aster of the W estern hemis Socialist movem ent in Southern Cali*
increase rapidly in the wild state, it
requested the release of two A m eri the Indians them selves were too wild summer.
fornia. “ If those fellows w in ,” said
is expected soon to have the forests of L im a n t o u r ’s E ffo rt in T h a t D ire c tio n phere. He asserts th at the United Gustavo
cans arrested by Mexican authorities to be approached.
Madero today, “ we shall have
States is deliberately inciting revolu to fight them
The university will try to have them
on A m erican soil.
S E L E C T C A P IT O L S IT E .
L ik e ly to B e in Vain.
tions in L atin Am erica, th at they may
Last year Mr. Simpson supplied the
rounded up by a troop of United
state w ith 100 pairs of the pheasants. •Mexico City, March 1 8 .- The inten serve as excuses for intervention.
States cavalry in order th at their
P L A G U E R A V A G E S C O N T IN U E .
ancient customs may be G o v e r n o r O w n s D e sira b le Site, But They w ere distributed over W estern tion of Finance M inister Lim antou, a t
W heat Track prices: Bluestem, language in and
W ill S a y N o thing.
Oregon and some w ere sent to Baker. tributed to him in dispatches from
C A N A D A H A S D IA M O N D S .
the interest of ethnology.
84(//85c; club, 81(//82c; red Russian, studied
Numerous reports from sheepmen in Salem — Governor W est has asked They were set a t liberty a t the various New York, of coming to the capital to
L iv e s o f 2 0 , 0 0 0 L o s t in H a rb in D is -
80c; valley, 81c; 40-fold, 83c.
a county th at sheep had been Speaker Rusk of the house of repre points by persons who are co operating induce President Diaz to listen to G e m s A r e S m a ll, H o w e v e r, and
! trict A lo n e .
Barley— Choice feed, $24(// 24.50 per Teham
found killed by arrow s led to the sentatives, and President Ben Selling w ith the gam e warden and who have term s proposed by the insurrectos, it
C h ie fly o f S cie n tific Interest.
W ashington. The plague is con
to advise the board in the selection
M illstuffs Bran, $20(//21 per ton;
its ravages in China, as shown
Vancouver— The director of the tinuing
under the varying conditions. prove fruitless.
m iddlings, $27(//28; shorts, $21(</22;
and location of the new annex to the ticable
by the mail advices reaching the S tate
R ain D re n c h e s S o ld ie r s.
capitol. The governor owns a quarter
rolled barley, $25.50(d 26.50.
ent from American consular
a plan which was not one of con monds have been discovered by the departm
Galveston, Tex., March 21.— Rain block of land th at is upon the location through the w inter in excellent con ced
Corn Whole, $28; cracked, $29 ton.
Oats No. 1 white, $27.50(//28 ton. fell in torrents at F ort Crockett last desired for the building, but so that
fare. The adm inistration no longer recorded discovery of the kind in Can It is estim ated th at 20,000 people
Hay—Track prices: Timothy, E ast night and alm ost flooded out the 2,600 there can be no charge made against R e fe re n d u m P e titio n s C irc u la te d . denies
have succumbed in the H arbin cons
a condition of w ar exists, ada. The rock is peridotite, of the ulate
ern Oregon, No. 1, $21(//22; mixed, soldiers who arrived yesterday from him in the likelihood of the choice of Salem The first petitions having but it is th m at aintained
d istrict since the outbreak of the
$16(//20; alfalfa, $11.500/'12.50; grain the North on transports and spent the his property, he will have nothing to for their purpose to refer to the people of the cam paign against the rebels has olivine and chrom ite. The specimens epidemic. In H arbin and its subuib,
night under the shelter of th eir dog do w ith it.
hay, $130/14.50; clover, $110/12.
6,014, including 50 Europ
w ere obtained on Olivine mountain, Fuchiatin,
the next general election all of the shown satisfactory results.
Green F ru its— Pears, $1.500/1.75 tents. Several large tents w ere blown The governor says th at if his quar at
to F ebruary 11.
per box; m alagas, $60/7.50 per bar down and the sm aller ones th at stood ter block is selected he will dispose of of the late legislature, am ounting ap Maderos’ cam paign in the north has sels, of the survey. Because of the The disease is playing havoc with
were rendered practically uninhabit it to the state for the am ount which
rel; cranberries $13.50 per barrel.
the Chinese troops a t Chang Chun,
ately to $500,000, have made received a serious setback w ithin the small size of the diamonds, none being according
Apples Fancy, $20/2.75; choice, able. Though most of the soldiers he paid. He holds his lots at $10,000, proxim
to Japanese statistics, 350
$10/2; common, 50c0/$l per box.
while the same am ount of property ad circulators are w orking hard for week revolutionists apparently were covery would seem to be of scientific deaths among them being reported up
V egetables Asparagus, 124c per sm iling when reveille sounded this joining his is held at $18,000, or near names and they believe they will g et in control of the situation in the state rath er than commercial im portance.
to January 26, the daily death rate of
pound; cabbage, $1.50 per hundred; morning and entered w ith enthusiasm ly tw ice the am ount asked by the gov many
the town being abut 50.
cauliflower, local, $1.25 per dozen;
ernor. The governor’s property lies tors, it is said, are from Cottage
R u in s C r a s h on 3 0 M e n .
California, $2.25 per crate; celery,
directly east of the capitol and be Grove.
L e a d in g C itiz e n s E sc a p e .
It is the im pression here th at
E leven B a ttle sh ip s in P o rt.
N ashville By the collapse of the
T r o o p s O f f to H aw aii
California, $3.500/3.75 per crate; cu
tween it and the Southern Pacific com the movement
started in Yamhill Norfolk, Va., March 18. — Eleven w alls of the buiding of the Fall H ard Danville, 111. — A fter returning 37
cumbers, $20/2.25 per box; eggplant, San Francisco, March 21. Two bat pany’s tracks. Speaker Rusk is now county to refer the
university appro battleships of the first, third and w are company, which burned about indictm ents, but 14 of which w ere for
15c pound; garlic, 100/12c pound; talions of the Second U nited S tates in at Salem and the location of the new priations has died out
and the inten fourth divisions of the A tlantic fleet, ten days ago, about* 30 men were political offenses, the grand jury was
green onions, 20c dozen; head lettuce, fantry, Colonel Francisco W. Mansfield capitol annex will be made at once.
tion will not be prosecuted.
commanded by R ear Admiral Seaton buried under tons of brick, m ortar and dismissed W ednesday afternoon by
50c dozen; hothouse lettuce, $1.25 commanding, arrived here today and
Schroeder, passed in the V irginia lime. Twelve bodies have been re Judge Kimbrough until A pril 17, the
per box; peppers, 20c jiound; radish w ent aboard the transport Crook,
R e d m o n d W ill C e le brate .
capes a t 1 o ’clock this afternoon for moved, but it is believed a t least one day preceding the city election. No
B e a ve r V a lle y R o a d S u rv e y e d .
es, 300/35c per doz; rhubarb, $2.250/ which will sail for Honolulu im m edi Redmond, which calls itself “ the
politicians or leading citizens were in
2.50 per box; sprouts, 9c; tomatoes, ately. The regim ent will form the m etropolis of central O regon,” is go R ainier—-An engineering party un G uantanam o, Cuba, and anchored in m ore is buried in the ruins. Seven dicted,
$1.750/2; carrots, 85c0/$l hundred; regular command at Fort S hafter when ing to have a Fourth of July celebra der Orrin Backus has completed the Hampotn Roads. They will engage teen persons w ere more or less in chairmen the and accused
w orkers about the polls.
parsnips, 85c0/$l; turnips, 85c0/$l; the Third battalion arrives there. tion for which it has sent out invita prelim inary surveys through the Bea in prelim inary practice and m aneu jured. Ralph McCallum was the only W illiam C. Brown,
m em ber of the
Officers of the regim ent denied that tions printed in bright red, ju st the ver valley for the proposed county vers and then disperse to th eir w hite man known to have been killed city election commission,
home stations. Among the vessels and Edwin H art the only w hite man
P otatoes— Oregon, buying price: the mission of the Second in Honolulu color
The invita the g reater portion of which is on a w ere the Connecticut, North Dakota, injured. The other victim s w ere all for receiving money from a candidate
is out of the regular routine. The tions of say a firecracker.
$1.250/1.50 per hundred.
the celebration will com w ater grade, w ith few angles. The Michigan, Minnesota, Vermont, Mis colored.
to influence his vote in the election
Onions Buying price, $2 per hun present move was decided upon to es m em orate not
only the freeing of the grades on the old road exceed 17 per sissippi, Idaho, Georgia and V irginia.
tablish the m ilitary d istrict of Hawaii. American people
from the B ritish cent, while the m aximum on the pro
F ir e w o r k s F ir m ‘ B r o k e . ”
C a ttle — Prim e steers, $6o/6.50;
yoke, but for the people of central posed road is only 5 per cent. The
T h re e C o u n te rfe ite rs C a u g h t.
R a ilro a d W ill R e tre n ch .
Faculty B a r s F re sh m e n .
choice, $5.750/6, good to choice, $5.50
New York Four of the five direc
long-looked-for freedom from proposed road opens thousands of Cleveland,
Francisco- Charged with flood
0/5.75; common, $40/5; prim e cows, Columbia, Mo. No students may be Oregon
isolation and an opening of resources acres of fertile fru it and farm ing land retrenchm ent on the Lake Shore & pany, one of the best-known fireworks ing this
and Portland, Or., with
$50/5.50; choice, $4.750/5; common, initiated into a fratern ity or sorority, and
opportunities. Redmond is on the and forms an im portant link in the Michigan Southern railroad was an firms in the country, filed a petition in counterfeit city
bank notes, Amar-
$20/4; choice heifers, $5.250/5.50; or live in a chapter house of a Greek Deschutes
and Oregon Trunk lines.
nounced by General M anager Moon the Suprem e court asking th at the ico M artinali, Ammadeo di Grazio and
Portland-to-A storia road.
choice bulls, $4.500/4.75; fair to good, le tte r society at Missouri university
here today. “ It is becoming more corporation be dissolved because the Constantino Della M iggiora, three
$3.750/4; common, $30/ 3.50; choice during his freshm an year. The uni
stiga te L o a n s.
P e o p le Im p ro v e R ive r.
d ay ,” said Mr. Moon, national movem ent for a sane Fourth Italians, w ere placed under arrest here
light calves, $7.750/8; fair to good, versity faculty has passed a rule which Salem T o In Inve
w ith the rec A storia — The im provem ent of the “ th at the every
cannot operate un of July made it unprofitable to con by secret service operatves H. M.
$70/7.50; choice heavy calves, $5.25 says students m ust have at least 24 ommendations accordance
by Governor mouth of Deep river is to be taken up der present conditions.”
0/5.50; fair to medium, $4.750/5; “ hours’” credit before joining one of W est, S tate Land made
Moon tinue business longer. The fifth direc Moffitt, G. A. Porter, of this city, and
gent T. A. Rhine- at once, and funds to defray the cost also said th at expenditures of Mr. $7,000,-
choice stags, $5.250^5.50.
tor of the company is Henry J. Pain, J. S. S tatter, of Seattle. The secret
these societies, which means they h art will begin a A fiersonal
investiga are being raised by private subscrip 000 decided on by the railroad for im the
who owns 475 of the service officers found in M artineli’s
Hogs Choice light, $8.250^8.50; m ust rank at least as sophomores. tion of the first m ortgage loans
held tion. Lists have been in circulation provem ents would not be made and 500 president,
good to choice, $80/'8.25; choice The purpose of the rule is to increase by the state. The practice heretofore
shares of stock. The other direc possession 28 counterfeit $5 national
the standard of scholarship.
three days and the success attained is intim ated th at the road’s w orking tors say he is in London and refuses bank notes of the Mechanics & Metals
has been to rely upon the valuations such
National bank, o f New York. The
Sheep — Choice yearling w ethers,
ake it certain th at the en force would be decreased and a num to return.
reported by the aitorneys for the state tire as sum to m will
notes were exceedingly well executed.
F a r m e r s ’ W iv e s S trik e .
grain fed, $4.500/ 4.85; old wethers,
but hereafter every m ort Nearly every person residing in the
$40/4.25; choice ewes, grain fed, Gandy, Neb. — - Encouraged by the land board
S o ld ie r s O ffe re d B o n u s .
loan will be r„ tonally inspected Deep
E x p lo s iv e W re c k e d T im e s.
M o b A tt a c k s J a p 's H o m e .
$3.500/ 4.15; fair to medium, grain recent decision of Judge Otto, of gage
river district, and the companies
San Francisco— Colonel J. P. Wis-
fed, $2.750/3.25; choice lambs, grain Brule, who defined the rights of hus ual value noted.
operating steam ers, including the up Greeley, Colo., March 18.- -Scores ser, commanding officer a t the P re Los A ngeles.- The coroner’s jury in
fed, $50/5.50; good to choice, grain band and w ife relative to work on the
river towboats, contribute liberally. of men and boys last night attacked sidio here, is investigating tonight a the Times disaster of October 1, afte r
fed, $50/5.25; fair to good, $4.75o/5; farm , N ebraska women are declaring
the house of George Ikeda, a local rum or th at insurrecto agents have been an adjournm ent of several weeks, held
V ie w S it e s f o r A rm o ry .
them selves in no uncertain manner.
Japanese m erchant, smashed all the endeavoring to persuade Presidio its concluding session W ednesday and
Poultry—Live: Hens, 20c; broilers, All through this section of the state
Salem — A djutant General Finzer windows and dispersed before the po troops to desert and join the rebel returned the following verdict: “ The
250/40c; turkeys, 20c; ducks, 23c; the women have organized clubs and tening the work of cruising all the and Colonel Jackson, o f the Oregon lice arrived. Mrs. Ikeda and another forces in Mexico. According to the ru Times building was destroyed and a
geese, 120/13c; dressed turkeys, determ ined th at henceforth farm work
National guard, w ere in Salem this Japanese woman took refuge in the mor, soldiers are being offered large great num ber of the employes injured
choice, 230/ 25c.
shall be done by the men, or it will go cided by the county court to put five week for the purpose of view ing pro cellar. The attack is believed to have bonuses to ally them selves w ith the by an explosion, followed by fire,
Eggs Oregon ranch, 20c per dozen. undone.
posed sites for the new $50,000 armory resulted from Japanese-A m erican w ar insurrecto agents in th eir secret work. said explosion being caused by high
to the one man who was employed to be built here this summer. A se talk. No arrests have been made. Colonel W isser and other arm y officers explosives other than illum inating
B utter— City cream ery, extra, 1
and 2 pound prints, in t>oxes, 31c per
gas, placed there by a party or parties
lection will be made w ithin a few The town is quiet today and no fu r attach no im portance to the rumor.
unknow to this ju ry .”
pound; less than boxes, cartons and Olympia. Wash. Governor Hay has the tim ber cruised so that a fair valua- Jays, so th at construction o f the arm- th er trouble is expected.
5 0 0 D e p u tie s to W o rk .
signed all but eight of the bills passed
T r a n s p o r ta tio n C o m p a n y Guilty.
Pork— Fancy, 104*'/11c per pound. by the legislature at its recent ses assessm ents are made.
Som erset, Ky. Orders to sw ear in
R o b b e r H o ld s U p H o te l C le rk .
Veal Fancy, 85 to 125 pounds, sion. Of these eight, the only two of
N e w In su ra n c e L a w s G o o d .
Savannah, G a.—The M erchants & 500 deputies to cope w ith lawlessness W ashington W ith the W hite House
120/ 12|c per pound.
consequence are the bill requiring full
Sale« It is the general opinion that Miners Transportation company was grow ing out of the w hite firem en’s and police headquarters each one block
Hops 1910 crop, 1740/ 184c; 1909 crews for freight trains, the railroads Salem M aster Fish W arden R. E. the laws relating to insurance enacted found guilty of discrim ination of strike on the Cincinnati. New Orleans away
and the U nited States treasury
crop, 120/ 124c; contracts, 16c.
being hotly opposed to the m easure, Clanton went to A storia recently for at the session of the legislative assem freig h t rates in violation of the in ter & Texas Pacific railroad have been is ju st across the street, a robber en
Wool E astern Oregon, 120/18c, ac and the bill repealing the anti-cigar the purpose of definitely locating the bly ju st adjourned are in the main state commerce law. The A tlantic sued to Sheriff Weddle, of this county.
the office of the Grand hotel on
cording to shrinkage; valley, 170/ 19c; ette law. The cigarette bill is said to new salmon hatchery on Young’s river, progressive and in the line of securing coast line and the Seaboard A ir line All locomotive cab windows on trains tered
Pennsylvania avenue and held up the
m ohair, choice, 32c per pound deliv contain a “ jo k er” which repeals a law for which provision was made by the uniform ity in legislation covering this railroad companies pleaded guilty to running through Som erset have been clerk at the point of a pistol and es
forbidding women to enter saloons.
legislature at its late session.
equipped w ith steel plates.
im portant subject in the various states. the same charge.
caped with $50.