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M G S OF TH E IE R
Current Events oí Interest Gathered
From the World at Large.
General Resume of Important Events
Presented In Condensed Form
for O u r Busy Readers.
Food prices are soaring and pros
poets for the winter are gloomy.
More American warships have been
ordered to the scenes o f disorder
Deposits in the Portland Postal Sav
ings bank were $5,451 for the first
day and $6,719 the second.
S T O R M IN W I L L A M E T T E
Ever Known and
Eugene—Hail piles 2 inches deep
in streets; skylights broken, cellars
Albany Five telephone poles
knocked down by lightning; one tel
egraph pole struck.
A t Woodburn Barn destroyed by
A t Portland Wind attains ve
locity o f 40 miles an hour; heavy
thunder and lightning.
A t Salem— Heavy rain drenches
state lair visitors; electrical effects
A t Gervais — Woman receives
lightning shock, but lives; hay is
A t Roseburg—Much damage done
truck gardens and orchards.
ENGLISH OFFICEk WHOSE VISIT TO FRANCO-GERMAN
FRONTIER HAS INCENSED GERMANS.
B R I B E - T A K I N G IS C H A R G E D .
Mayor and Councilman of Gary, Ind.,
Gary Ind.— Charged with accepting a
bribe o f $5,000 in connection with the
granting of a heating franchise Thom
as E. Knotts, mayor o f Gary, a spec
tacular figure in a district o f fast and
furious politics, was arrested with
five of his councilmen and C. A. Wil-
liston, city engineer, by deputy sher
iffs from Crown Point.
The arrest o f Gary’s municipal offi
cials threw the Steel City into the
wildest excitement, and added fuel to
the flames o f factional strife which
characterized Knott’s political career.
Those arrested are
Knotts, mayor of Gary; C. A. Willis-
ton, city engineer, and Walter Gibson,
Anthony Baukus, Dominick Szyman-
ski, Emerson Bowser and John Simia-
Bolaf Simiaskia son o f the alderman
was also arrested as a go-between.
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE STATE
P R O J E C T T O BE R E V IV E D .
F RY M A R K E D F O R T A B .
Laidlaw Reclamation Plan Is Consid State to Count Salmon That Run to
ered by Board.
Bonneville— For the purpose o f esti
Salem— As a final resort, as told in
a letter being sent to the holders of mating the number o f fish propagated
rights under the old Columbia South at the Bonneville hatchery which re
ern project near Laidlaw, an effort is
being made to reorganize the com turn to the Columbia river and there
pany by the Oregon, Washington & fore to what extent the hatchery
Idaho Finance company, of Portland. affects the industry, a force o f men is
George W. Hinshaw, of Marion, a employed at Bonneville in marking
holder under the company, has been 100,000 salmon fry soon to be liber
in conference with Secretary Olcott ated. This is done under the direction
and members o f the state board, and o f Master Fish Warden, Clanton,
the letter containing the new proposi whose suggestion that the fish be
tion to finance the scheme was exhib marked was approved by the commis
sion. The mark is made by clipping a
This project, which includes about section out o f the right gill case. Mr.
27,000 acres under the Carey act, has Clanton decided upon this marking
had troublous times for several years. for the reason that all other markings,
It was originally known as the Three the cutting o f a section of the tail or
Sisters project, when later its name fins, have already been employed by
was changed to the Columbia South other fishermen.
ern Irrigation company, and again to
The new marking in no way injures
the Columbia Southern Irrigating com the fish, as was demonstrated at this
place several weeks ago, when it was
The plan has embraced an idea to found that o f the 500 so marked only
construct a reservoir and store the two died. Mr. Clanton learned seve
waters o f Tumalo creek, from which ral years ago o f the success of this
creek the water now on the project is marking from a Japanese student in
furnished. Mr. Hinshaw says that fish culture at Standford university,
now there are a sufficient number of who employed it successfully in Japan.
ditches dug to water the entire pro The fish marked next year will have
ject i f the ditches were in the right the le ft gill case clipped to avoid con
place and were not too low.
fusion o f the two lots.
It will be necessary to construct the
“ This system o f marking is under
proposed reservoir, and for this pur taken for the purpose o f arriving at
pose the new scheme is launched to an estimate o f the number of fish
secure additional capital.
The condi propagated by the state hatchery that
tions o f the affairs of the project are return to the Columbia river at ma
such, according to the letter sent out turity,’ ’ said Mr. Clanton. “ An adult
by the finance company, that the new salmon is usually between three and
plan is a last resort, and that if the four years old. Now the fish which
project is ever to be put on its feet it we are soon to liberate will come back
must be done at once.
into the river in three or four years.
I f we get back even 10 per cent of
G O O S E L A K E V A L L E Y [ C O M I N G these it would give us a pretty defi
nite basis to compute the proportion
Future Great Witn Artesian Water o f artificially propagated fish in the
river. As a matter o f fact I should
to Be Used in Irrigation.
say that a large proportion of the sal
Lakeview— A plan that will mean mon in the river is propagated by ar
much to the future o f Goose lake val tificial means.
The natural method
ley was started among the business has been largely curtailed by the de
men of this territory this week. struction o f the spawning grounds by
They have secured the services of irrigation.
George Ede, a professional well dig
“ In former years the fish proceeded
ger, who will make several drives for to the headwaters o f the tributaries of
the Columbia to spawn, but these
The reports o f the United States streams have been dammed in such
geological survey indicate that all of away that the fish are prevented from
Lake county is artesian basin, and it getting into them. The Grand Ronde
has long been believed by the resi river, that was once a famous spawn
dents o f this section that artesian wa ing place, now has no salmon in it at
ter could be had at a depth not ex all. Another fact in connection with
ceeding 300 feet.
the diminished natural propagation is
In addition to this is the possibility that the salmon has more natural en
that the big irrigation system o f the emies that it had in former years.
Lakeview Irrigation & Power com Bass and carp now prey upon the
pany will have water ready for distri young salmon. With all these handi
bution by early spring next year for caps and the increasing number o f
about 40,000 acres.
fishermen it is only reasonable to con
clude that the perpetuation o f the
NEW ALFA LFA P E S T FO U N D .
salmon industry must more and more
depend upon the hatcheries.’ ’
Professor O ’Gara Makes Discovery
in Southern Oregon.
P O TA S H IN V E S TIG A TIO N ON. #
H E A L T H IS B E S T IN W E S T ,
Eugene— The most violent hail storm
Machinists call the threatened strike
experienced in this part of the state
on the Illinois Central unfair, and
Washington Leads With Low Death
swept over Eugene shortlv after
walkout is avoided temporarily.
¡Rate, With Montana Second.
o’clock Monday afternoon, piling the
The law o f the state of Washington streets two inches deep with ice and
Washington D. C. — Washington
providing for women serving on juries clogging the gutters and sewers.
state leads the commonwealths of the
The hail was accompanied by a high
has been declared unconstitutional
nation in healthfulness according to a
special statement issued by the census
A severe electric storm, accom wind and a fall of rain almost equal
panied by a tidal wave, did much dam to a cloudbusrt.
For half an hour the fall of hail was
The Northwestern states’ death list
age along the waterfront in Chicago.
so heavy that it was impossible for
per thousand population in 1910 was
The state election in Maine gave a one to see more than half a block
only 10. That of the United States
majority o f 914 for the repeal o f the Several windows were broken and
or those states included in the “ regis
prohibition clause of the state consti skylights were cracked. The sewers
tration area,’ ’ the only ones covered in
were unable to carry off the tremen
bureau’s figures are based on a group
A San Francisco fireman, noted for dous fall o f ice and water and the
of states whose population comprises
long leaps and ladder-scaling, fractur streets were flooded. Many basements
59 per cent of the total, o f all the
ed his skull by a fall from a three-foot were filled.
Trees in different parts of the city
states, and gives a fairly accurate
fence, and will probably die.
were blown down, and the electric
idea o f the health o f the nation.
Students were so anxious to secure company shut down the lights and
According to the figures, the North
places in the training school at Los power while the storm was in pro
west is the healthiest part o f the
Angeles that many took places in line gress to avoid possible danger from
country, Montana was second in the
(¿ K .N H H A L SI K J O H Y F R E N C H .
and remained all night proceeding the falling wires.
list o f the least number of deaths, the
opening o f the schools.
The storm path was apparently nar
returns showing 10.6 deaths per thous
FREE L O C K S APPROVED.
FRANCE AND GERMANY GROW L
and in 1910.
Robert G. Fowler made the first row, and missed the best prune and
stage o f his aeroplane journey across hop section o f the county.
Fleets Ready tor Action Re Oregon City Property Owners Unani
F L O O D S RAVAGE GRAVES.
the continent in 2 hours and 41 min
mous for Improvement.
viewed By Rulers.
utes, covering 126 miles from San fruit was knocked from the trees, but
Oregon City, Or.— One o f the most Floating Coffins Show Extent of
Francisco to Auburn, Cal.
Berlin— Germany is willing to con
Damage to hops cannot yet be ascer cede to France full political freedom important mass meetings ever held in
Damags Done in China.
New York police are baffled by
o f action in Morocco, providing France Oregon City took place Saturday in
epidemic o f bomb outrages.
Pekin— Only meager reports have
Damage to Fruit is Heavy.
The mayor o f Tacoma finds that
ligations, according to an apparently the Commercial club rooms, when the reached the capital from the walled
RosebOrg—Truck gardens and late inspired article printed in the Lokal property-owners and business men towns al)out the
nearly every baker in that city ia aell
fruits suffered material damage
ing short weight loaves.
Anzeiger. The paper declares that went on record by a unanimous vote in where the floods have hemmed in the
the result of a hail storm accompanied
missionaries and other
Fall fashions for Parisian women by a high wind which passed over this these obligations include the protec favor o f the construction o f free locks The report received by the American
will include long skirts, to conceal vicinity late Monday afternoon. The tion o f the lives and property o f Ger on the East side of the Willlamette mission at Wuhu, estimating that
what they consider their one defect in storm traveled in a northeastery di man subjects.
100,000 persons had been drowned, has
Germany will insist that the abnor river at Oregon City.
appearance— large feet.
rection, and as near as can be ascer mal status by which the French au
Colonel Charles H. Dye obtained an not yet been verified, but every ac
Colonel Roosevelt severely criticizes tained covered an area about two thorities take shelter behind the local amendment to the original resolution, count confirms the great extent o f the
Information re authorities whenever German rights which is designed to protect the mill disaster. Travelers arriving by steam
the pending peace treaty, declaring miles in width.
there will arise disputes which cannot ceived here from the rural districts in are infringed be ended. France is ing interests of Oregon City from nec boat at Hankow from ¿he
dicate the heaviest damage resulted welcome to a free hand in Morocco, essary molestation.
Many of those reaches o f the river report that many
be settled by arbitration.
in the loss o f gardens and late fruits,
present, fearing that the amendment coffins o f a huge Chinese type were
Many Chinese refuse to pay their Fortunately the storm missed the but she must assume the accompany would tend to retard construction of encountered floating in the Yangtse,
taxes and serious disorders are feared, prune districts and thus saved the ing responsibilty. Germany then will the locks, voted against it, but it was which indicates that the waters are
look to France for redress and not to
growers thousands o f dollars.
the irresponsible Moroccan govern finally carried by a vote o f 28 to 25, robbing the graves o f former years.
Robbers killed a mine-owner and his
From Chang Teh, in the Province of
and then the resolution, as amended,
ment if Germans suffer.
Lightning Strikes Poles.
driver in Pennsylvania, but did not
The Anzeiger says that France is went through without a dissenting Hunan, comes word that the receding
Albany, Or.— A thunderstorm, brief
take the box containing $2,800 which
waters are being followed by pesti
not h iggling over the question o f ter voice.
was being taken to pay off the miners. in duration but o f unusual severity,
W. P. Hawley, who has been quoted lence. The International R elief so
swept this part o f the state just be ritorial compensation, but places her as saying the construction o f the locks ciety which will convene at Shanghai
fore 6 o’clock Monday afternoon demand that she be left free in Moroc along the route suggested would put September 15, will consider the ques
The woman mayor o f Hunnewell
struck the wires o f the co at the bead o f the list.
Kan., says she will have a woman
Notwithstanding the absence o f a him out o f business, made a brief tion o f extending its relief measures
company about half
town marshal, believing a woman can
conference between the representa speech and went over the ground from beyond the provinces o f Ngan-Hwei
his point o f view. He is in favor of and Kiang Su.
“ discover’ * illicit saloons better than
Medford— New crown gall, a disease
down five poles.
A pole o f the Postal tives o f the two countries, there is no the free locks, he said.
that effects the roots and tops o f alfal Government Official Reaches I ake-
disguising the fact that the people of
Telegraph company, was also struck.
fa, and which is unknown to the De
Germany feel apprehension. This is
GERMAN P UBLIC U N Q U IE T .
view to Make Soil Tests,
The manager o f a Seattle electric
partment o f agriculture at Washing
felt in business everywhere, and it is
Gale Strikes Portland.
M E R G E R S U I T IS A P P E A L E D ,
road has been sentenced to 30 days in
Lakeview— Edward E. Free, physi
Bank Run Starts While French Cabi
Portland—A thunder storm, accom
jail for voilating a public service com
fessor P. J. O’Gara, former govern cist o f the breau o f soils in the de
now o f the naval reviews of the two
net Digests Proposals.
mission ruling by collecting more than panied by rain and wind that attained
Government Alleges 62 Errors
ment pathologist, now employed by partment o f agriculture, has arrived
a velocity o f 40 miles an hour, struck
a 5 cent fare.
Decision Favoring Harriman.
Berlin— Developments in the Mor Jackson county. The affected plants in Lakeview and will make an investi
fleet is making a formidable showing
The coasting steamer Santa Clara Portland at 6:30 Monday evening and at K iel; the French president and his
Salt Lake City— Appeal papers have occan negotiations are expected while show numerous galls which inhabit gation and anaysis o f all soils lying
struck a submerged rock at the en
cabinet reviewed the fleet o f their just been filed in the United States the French cabinet is digesting Ger the growth and which, i f allowed to adjacent to the alkaline lakes in Cen
trance to San Francisco harbor, and hour. High winds blew down signs country at Toulon.
The announce Circuit court in this city by the Fed many’s counter profiosals. The situa spread, will destroy the alfalfa crop tral and Northern Lake county, with a
view o f discovering possible deposits
was badly damaged, but reached dock
ment that the German ships were in eral government in the suit against tion is quiet enough, but uneasiness o f an entire valley.
under her own p^wer.
persists among the uninformed public.
A fte r months o f study of the disease of potash, which is said to be plentiful
Fourth street, was blown down and such shape that they could go into bat the Union Pacific Railroad company
The run on the savings banks at and o f the records o f the department, in that territory.
A whole logging railroad outfit, in smashed. Trees in Chapman Square tle at a moment’s notice if necessary, and others, known as the Harriman
This field a year ago was unknown.
merger suit, which was decided last Stettin has ceased, but a similar run Prof. O’Gara came to the conclusion
cluding locomotive, six cars, spikes, were blown down and a large tree at is regarded as a sinister aspect.
June by the United States Circuit has been started on banks at Koenigs- that he had discovered a plant disease Now it is recognized by leading au
etc., slid off a scow into 30 feet of Mississippi avenue and Knott street
that it holds the largest de
that was indeed new.
A letter to V
water at Tacoma, but were all saved was blown across the sidewalk.
F L O O D D R O W N S T H O U S A N D S . court for the Eighth district in favor
K. Charles, acting mycologist at posits o f soda in the world, the pro
o f the railway defendants.
with the help o f a diver.
Chinese Hair tor Americans.
Washington, brought a request for duct o f the new field showing a practi
In the opinion handed down by the
Fair Visitors Are Drenched.
China Swept By Most Disastrous C a
samples, and upon the examination cally perpetual supply o f soda, which,
PORTLAND M ARKETS.
Salem Suddenly appearing from
tastrophe— Crops Gone.
the railroad companies were not com valuable cargo on the Pacific Mail Mr. Charles also pronounced the dis under analysis, reached a purity o f 99£
clear sky, clouds, thunder and light
Pekin—The great flood which is peting lines and that the Sherman liner Corea, which arrived in port Sat ease new. He also asks for a large per cent. In addition to bi-carbonate
Wheat — Track prices: Bluestem, ning Monday afternoon turned into a
urday, were ten bales of human hair collection o f it for the myeological o f soda, there are 30 other by-products
85c, club, 82c; red Russian, 79c; val pouring rain which drenched Salem devastating a part of the Chinese em anti-trust law was not being volated.
—Chinese hair— shorn from the heads exchange . Professor O ’Gara is pre that w il[ fie used in various commer
and the hundreds of pioneers and other
and women, later to be paring a bulletin on the subject which cial ways. Ohe thousand tons-of this
Millstuffs — Bran, $24.50(^)25 per visitors who were at the state fair. vince o f Hupeh, to Shanghai, on the decision filed here contains 62 alleged o f men
product has been sold for immediate
ton; middlings, $32; shorts, $25.50(o The rain continued for nearly an hour, coast, a distance of about 700 miles. errors o f the Circuit court judges, combed, dyed, and made into switches will be ready for publication soon.
delivery to one o f the largest firms on
26; rolled barley, $33.50(0)34.50.
accompanied by electrical displays
been obliterated, except in the high what are competing lines and others signment o f human hair which will G O V E R N M E N T W A N T S M O N E Y . the Pacific Coast.
Corn— Whole, $33; cracked, $34 ton. and heavy thunder.
lands and around the walled cities and concerned with stock deals among the later adorn the heads o f American so
Barley— New feed, $31(0)32 per ton;
ciety belles was accompanied by H. L. Little Leniency to Be Shown to Set
W H E A T R U N S 45 B U S H E L S .
Valcano Range Shaken.
Oats— New white, $28(0 29 per ton.
So far the loss of life can only be
The effect o f the appeal, i f the Ehrenfels, general agent at Hongkong
tlers on Irrigated Lands.7
Hay— No. 1 Eastern Oregon tim
estimated, but it is believed that United States Supreme court chooses for a concern of haircombers and im
Farmers About Elgin Hurry to Get
Washingtono, D. C.— Settlers under
been to consider it on all the grounds sub porters.
othy, $150/16; No. 1 valley, $14; al earthquake shocks, accompanied by a thousands o f persons
Grain to T o w n Before Rains.
Farmhouses and brush mitted, will bring virtually every find
falfa. $12; clover, $8.50; grain hay,
range o f extinct volcanoes, 40 miles huts have been submerged throughout ing o f fact by the Circuit court into
Elgin— Wheat is being hauled to
pect no undue leniency from Direc
Bomb Outrage Repeated.
tor Newell as to deferred payments. the warehouses here as fast as the
Poultry— Hens, 16Jc; springs, 16£c; west of here, early Tuesday. Houses the entire district, or are floating question again.
New York -The Black Hand situa
On his return from the Northwest, the farmers can get it there. They are
ducks, young, 15(0'16c; geese, 11 Or swayed to and fro, bottles and dishes down the river. The loss to foreign
on shelves rattled and persons on the property is extensive.
director made this significant state in a hurry to get their heavy wheat
l l j c ; turkeys, 180/ 19c.
the explosion o f another bomb just as
Swindler Gets Long Term .
crop to town before the fall rains set
Butter — Oregon creamery butter, outside grew dizzy. .The longest shock
Shanghai trade has been seriously
Seattle— Frank H. Kimball, who is
lasted six seconds. The motion o f the affected and the cotton and rice crops
“ There is nothing paternalistic in in and the roads become soft. A l
solid pack, 31c; prints extra.
As in the Yangtse-Kiang valley have been alleged by the police to have a long
though all threshing machines o f the
the government’s irrigation work.”
Eggs Fresh Oregon ranch, candled, arth was from south to north.
criminal record, was sentenced to hard eppe Constabile they had found the
the quake was evidently local, it is destroyed.
Director Newell nearly always has season are still in the field, it is ex
26o/ 27c per dozen.
The consequent famine
believed it was caused by the read doubtless will be more severe even labor from 3 to 20 years in prison for
argued against the extension o f pay pected that they will finish up this
Pork— Fancy, 10J0/ 11c per pound.
swindling Clarence Dayton Hillman, startled the city on an average o f once ments when Western members could season’s run by the first o f next week.
justment o f immense subterranean than that o f last year.
Veal— Fancy, 13^0/14 ¿c.
the multi-millionaire real estate dealer
Wheat is yielding an average o f 45
present the claims o f worthy settlers,
Fresh Fruits — Cantaloupes, 35c0/ rock strata. No damage was done.
The Liao river in Manchuria is also
and three banks out o f $16,000.
The ploded in front o f the office o f a prom and statements made since his return bushels to the acre, hut little is going
$1.75 per crate; peaches, 65o/)85c per
Many have been drowned
money was found in Kim ball’s posses
Flying Mal s Failure.
higher than 50 bushels, thus falling
indicate no change in his opinions.
box; watermelons, l j c per pound;
and a serious famine in that region is
sion and returned to his victims. agents. It is regarded as a move on
short about 10 bushels from the pre
London — Although one postman certain.
plums, 75c per crate; prunes, 75c per
Kimball confessed that he read o f the
dictions earlier in the season.
Hill Surveyors Cause Excitement.
box; pears, 40c0/$1.25; grapes, 75c0/ aviator made the trip from the Hen
conviction and sentence o f Hillman for others out o f testifying against him.
Plane Hits Lorimer’s Hat.
don Aerodrome to Windsor castle,
$1.25; apples, $lo/2.50.
Marshfield— Thirty Hill surveyors
using the mails to defraud, and that
Many Walrut« Plarted.
Vegetables— Beans, 50/10c pound; distance o f 20 miles, in the experi
Chicago — United States Senator
who have recently arrived at Gardi
Perjury is Admitted.
he came to Seattle for the express
cabbage, $2 per hundredweight; corn, ment conducted to demonstrate the Lorimer, o f Illinois, narrowly escaped
Canby—Several hnudreds o f acres
ner, on the Umpqua river, have cre
purpose of robbing Hillman.
25o/30c per dozen; cucumbers, $10/ feasibility o f carrying mails by air death Wednesday when an aeroplane
wealthy retired engineer pleaded ated a good deal of railroad excite o f walnuts have been planted in this
1.25 per sack; egg plant, 50/,8c per ship in the event o f war or strikes, driven by August Kuzick knocked off
guilty to a charge o f perjury in the ment. The Southern Pacific also has district and it is almost sure that in
“ Coffin Nails” Burned Up.
his hat at High Lake, near West Chi
pound; garlic, 10o/12c; lettuce, 30o/
The case against a crew o f surveyors in the same neigh the near future many hundreds more
Asheville, N. C. — With students, Federal court here.
The Davis ranch,
35c per dozen; hothouse lettuce, $1.25 men, employing two monoplanes, were cago. The senator was ready to make
Blaisdell resulted from the alleged borhood, which led to the belief that w ill be planted.
speech to a crowd when Kuzick
0/1.75 per box; peppers, 80/10c per
land frauds in the Imperial valley by perhaps both roads are to come into one mile east o f town, was sold re
pound; radishes, 12c per dozen; toma
In the cently to Dr. H. W. Freeze, a Port
started to fly. The aviator lost con
Frank N. and David Chaplin.
Blais Coos Bay from that direction.
toes, 350/ 50c per box; new carrots, three found the weather unpropitious. trol o f his machine, which took a dan cigarettes in Marshill, N. C., was dell testified first in January 1908. A meantime, the Coos Bay & Eastern land physician, who intends to plant
$1.75 per sack; turnips, $1.25; beets,
year later he gave testimony which railroad, has several crews o f survey- about 70 acres to walnuts and peaches,
men to alight on the castle lawn.
down over the crowd. The senatorial
as thf c im®?!
an ant'-c|Ka'‘‘ differed from that he had previously ors in the field between this city and The soil in and around Canby and in
Potatoes — Oregon, lc per pound;
the perjury Roseburg, on the same route as the manY other parts o f Clackamas county
sent whirling out over the'crowd, had aopted resolutions calling on mer-
Captives Spurn Freedom.
sweet potatoes, 3c per pound.
road promoted by Francis H. Clark.
fias proven good for successful walnut
charge to be filed against him.
Onions—California, $1.50 per hun
culture, many trees at the age o f 7
Hutchinson, Kan. — Clark Raison Then the machine hit a tree and fell. 1 ci an‘ s o f the } ° w n tn * 've uf\the sal^
Normal School to Open,
years yielding quite heavily.
nd Sam Campbell, inmates o f the
French Minister Reticent.
German Fleet All Ready.
money to reimburse them for their
Hops — 1911 contracts, 35o/37c; state reformatory here, have peti
Monmouth— The outlook for the re-
Paris — The French minister, M.
1910 crop, nominal; 1909 crop, 27c; tioned against being paroled or par
Kiel. Germany The great llcrman ' sacr^ ce(^ s^oc*t9>
W oolgrowers’ Date Set.
Deselves, declines to give any indica opening o f the normal is good, and
doned before their terms have ex- naval fleet was reviewed by Emperor
Pendleton — ’ Official announcement
tion as to the nature o f Germany’s from the present information received
Wool Eastern Oregon. 9Oi 16c per pi rod.
The sentences o f both expire William in the harbor here, thousands
counter proposals, which were handed at the president’ s office indications fias just been made by Secretary
Cleveland, O.— A special service in
the end o f the year. Both are o f spectators observing the fleet as it
by the German foreign minister, Herr are for a large number at the entrance Smythe that the annual convention o f
choice, 36(*/ 37c.
learning trades in the reformatory and could take to sea in a day, i f neces
Oregon Woolgrowers’ association
Von Kidderlein-Waechter, to Ambas enrollment, which has been set for
Cattle — Extra to choice steers, desire to remain until they have finish sary, ready for action. The three new
Several members o f w iH fie held at Baker, Oregon, No-
sador Cambon in Berlin.
La Liberte September 18.
$5.25(0 5.50; ed. It was expected that both would est battleships o f the Ostfriesland Baptist church soon. Plans for such a affirms that, notwithstanding denials the faculty are on the ground getting vember 14 and 15.
choice cows, $4.50(0 4.75; good, $4.25 be recommended for paroles at the type did not join the fleet, as techni structure were submitted to the board and explanations, Germany is gradual familiar with the accommodations fo r , committee has just selected these
(¡r/4.50; good, average 1050 pounds, next meeting o f the board.
cally they are still undergoing trials.
The faculty dates. Discussion o f the wool tariff
ly concentrating her troops close to their respective work.
$4(o 4.25; common, $2.75(0 3; choice
Though fully completed, these three were not acted upon, because Mr. the French frontier.
and the citizen» are arranging a public will be the most important business
Parson Paints Rectory.
heifers, $4.90(o5; choice bulls, $3.50
20,000-ton warships remained at an
topic. President Gooding and Secre
reception for the opening day.
shown, objected to some o f the feat
on 3.75; choice calves, 200 lbs, and un
New York Rev. Carl F. Intemann, chor and saluted the emperor.
tary McClure, o f the National associa
World's Champion is Hero.
The plans have been redrawn
der $7.25(o 7.35; good calves, $5.50(o pastor o f Grace Lutheran Church,
Convicts Work n Capitol.
tion, are expected to attend.
and now have his approval.
6; common, $4(o5;
choice stags, Brooklyn, is saving his congregation
Sinaloa Remains Loyal.
Pendleton, Or.— Bearing down upon
Salem— Now the striped-shirted con
$4.50(0 4.75; good, $4.25(o 4.50.
several hundred dollars by doing the
a crowded corner o f Main street a victs have penetrated as far as the
Culiacan, Mexico- Karly returns of
Much Lumber Leaves Astoria.
Coffee Plant Dynamited.
Hogs — Extra choice light hogs, painting of the church parsonage Wednesday’s election indicate a sweep
team of runaway horses was halted State capitol building, and two o f Gov
Astoria— During the month o f Au
$8.25(o 8.65; choice heavy, $7(o7.25; buildings.
Clad in a pair o f overalls ing victory for Jose Renteria over
Toledo, O.— An attempt to wreck when Buffalo Vernon, world’s cham ernor W est’s honor men are being gust, 25 vessels loaded at the sawmills
heavy rough, $L25(0 6.50.
and swinging on a regulation painter’s Governor Banderas for the governor the building o f the J. M. Bour com pion steer bul blogger and cowboy of used to assist George Dunsford, jani in the Astoria district.
Sheep Choice yearlings, wethers, scaffold, he is seen at work daily from ship of Sinaloa. The result is taken pany, coffee and tea importers, was renown, leaped to his saddle and threw tor, in cleaning out the basement o f bined cargoes amounted to 18,836,504
$3 25(o 3.85; choice two and threes, 8 in the morning until mid-afternoon. to indicate that the populace does not made when three dynamite bombs the noose o f his lariat around their the capitol. Many visitors were sur- feet o f lumber. In addition to these
$3(o 3.15; choice mountain lambs. He says he is saving his parish money approve o f Governor Banderas’ threats were exploded in an alley in the rear necks. In the general panic three prised to see the convicts walk back one raft was towed from the ColumbU
$4.50(o4.75; choice valley lambs, $4 and at the same time getting benefi to declare Sinah>a’s independence o f of the plant.
Considerable damage other teams ran away on the main and forth through the corridors clad in river to San Francisco, and it con-
0/4.15; choice killing ewes, $2.25<o3. cial exercise.
street. No serious damage was done. their priaon garb.
, tained 5,000,000 feet o f piling