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FOUR B LO C K S S W E PT.
LESSEN MINE DEATHS.
Portland Fir* Causes L»|S Estimated
at $ J 2t.C0 3 .
European Experts to Visit America
and Conduct Experiments.
Washington, July 28.— In response
Portland, July 29. Fir* blotted out
practically »me full block elf the map
to an invitation extended by the Unit- \ tülSZllßltHl LORSUl EXpßllßCl FrOIU
o f the North Portland business district,
e»! States government in behalf o f the
REGENTS GET BUSY.
LOSE BY EARLY W OOL SALE.
burned most of the property off throe
geological survey, Great Britain, Ger
other blocks, and threatened the entire
district, late yesterday afternoon. N«w Buildings, New Books and New Umatilla Growers Feel They Are Out many and Belgium w ill send to this
country next month their leading ex
Property worth approximately $225.-
$40.000 as Result.
Teacher» Ground Out.
perts in the prevention o f mine disas
1KK> was destroyed, property represent
University of Oregon, Fugene At
ters, to aid in the inauguration o f the
ing nearly $ l .000.000 was actually
the last meeting o f the board o f re
The negotiations were
scorch*»!, ami property worth well into
gents a frame building to contain six ing been induced to sell their wool conducted through the State depart
the mill urns was within Xhe danger
or eight rooms, at a cost o f $5,000. was early in the season. They have never ment.
People o f Island Demand Protection
authorised to l>«> built on nine lots just been satisfied with the prices received,
A R ttu m « o f tH « L e » » Important but
The three experts are Captain Des-
The fact that a line o f brick build-
and reports from recent sales in Mon
Against Venezuela and Cruiser
N ot L a ta Intaroating E «*««t»
borough, inspector of explosives under
Itigs blocked the ctnirse o f the dames
tana have convinced them that they
used after this year for a shop.
Gelderland Is Sent.
o< th* Rast W eek.
until the lire departm« nt hail an oppor
President Campbell w as ordered to arc really beaten out of between $30,- Meisher, head o f the German mine ser
tunity to concentrate its forces al the
go Fast immediately to select a pro
vice, and Victor Watteyne, engineer-
weak points, accounts for the limiting
The reports from Montana show that
fessor in geology, assistant in econotn-
Th* »t**l trust report* an improving of the flan es to live blocks.
in-chief of the administration of mines,
Willemstad, Island o f Curacoa, July
ics, assistant m civil engineering, as- 1 wool there brought an average ^of fixe
Cause o f the fir* is not yet clear. sislant in psychology and a librarian, j cents more a pound than the Eastern Belgium. It is expected that the ex 28.— The population here made a big
perts w ill reach New York about the demonstration against Senor Lopez,
typhoon at H« igkong is known There are several theories incendiar
The following new members of the Oregon wools, and this difference can-
end o f August, and proceed to Pitts
ism. spontunevus combustion in a loft
t n a l over S ä »
the Venezuelan consul, who retires!
faculty were elected:
burg, where the United States Geo-
o f n< w hay. dropping o f a match or
when he sailed on the steamer Mara-
L. K. Alderman, professor o f educa in freight rates and shrinkage. An
Th* Turkish peopF
cigarette, flying spa: ks from a chim
tion, salary, $1,800; l»r. Hugo Koeh advantage of one cent is accounted for ll‘tf'ca' survey is engaged in erecting a cajbo today. A large military force
dran i»<e|i of n>i apt official*.
ney. The origin w as traced to the ler. German, salary $1,000; Mrs. Ella the Montana wool because o f the t,lal,t for ,h‘’ P“ 1? 08? o f conducV n* .,n* protected Senor Lopez on his way to
"g the shrink- vest.gations
into the cause o f mine the steamer and soidiers „ e patrc',lin”
Th* weak on the new Franco Ameri middle section o f the Oregon Transfer Pennel. assistant in English and assist freight rate, and last year
can tar.If tr««tv I* prvvxxrdtng rapidly. company 's place at Fifth and Glisan ant dean of women; Dr. K. t . Clark, age o f the Montana wool was seven explosions,
. . the streets. The populace is overjoyed
in company with the expert in with the order o f the governor exilng
assistant in history; Haines lurry, in per cent less than that grown in East
OouU admit* he would welcome liar streets.
f the the Venezuelan consul.
The fire popped up with the sudden structor in chemistry; Mozelle Hair, ern Oregon. Computing prices on a
rintan's help in running his rail roads.
they w ill visit the fields of
ness that attends the lighting of a gas assailant instructor in English litera basis of approximately the same ratio survey,
1 £ u
fi T».- •
The principal club here admitted
A young negro has t w o burned al jet.
Some smoke was seen on the ture; Mabel Cooper and Miriam Van o f shrinkage for this year, the Mon- Pennsylvania, the coal fields of Illinois everybod todav on account
th* stake in Texa* for an assault on a roof o f the Oregon Transfer company's
and there was
orrespond- tana growers were readily entitled to . . . . .
. . . .
Waters, assistants in tin
plaee about 4:45 o'clock.
Fifteen ence school.
cents more a pound than the Ore- ' trgmia and Ohio, in order that they manj f ested w hen it became generally
»«row- ma-v >''arn th<? conditions under which known t that
W Senor Lopez
Messages from the battleship fleet minutes later the roof had given place
The board ordered $10.000 worth of gon flock
indicate that it is having an easy trip to a great column o f flames.
t>ooks for the library; the Mary Spiller ers, therefore, naturally feel that their coal is mined in this country.
The public demands from the govern
Fanned by a strong wind frx>m the home for girls to be finished and furn wool was worth as much as the Mon
and is over 1 . 21 X 1 miles from Itttwlulii.
ment protection against Venezuela, and
northwest, the column qf flames passed ished and the library building furnish tana wool less this 2 14 cents, and not tion o f disasters have been in opera
insists that a naval force shall be sent
The rail rivals have l>**n given more quickly from building to building.
ed. The matter of authorizing an as less the 5 cents, the actual difference tion for a number o f _years in each to declare that the traffic in arms and
time to reduce lumber rates on randi- Gaining impetus from the big frame
sistant in public speaking was deferred paid.
ammunition shall be free and to compel
tion they do not enjoin the Interstate building and tons of hay and other
to some future time.
Had the growers o f this county and there the death rate in the mines Venezuela to respect the Dutch flag.
Cum me re* commission.
combustible matter, the fire quickly
aUne have received prices correspond
The Dutch cruiser Gelderland, arriv-
that mine acci-
. . _ ...
Taft has been formnlly notifteii o f leaped across th« street to the North GOVERNOR W ANTS DELEGATES ing to the prices paid in Montana, they j \\ . ith . the knowledge
ed here this morning and went first to
In hia speech o f ac
would have received in the neighbor-
m e cruiser
ceptance he said. that, if elected, he was another great array o f fuel, and Can't Fink Sportsmen Willing to At- hood of $4,000 more for their clip than ^ a th rate constantly becoming larger had ^ a pas5enger M. de Reus, the
would take Roosevelt's policies as his sweeping this, passed on through the
they did receive, and taking Eastern *|*e L nied States government authori- Dutch minister who was expelled by
tend National Meeting.
block from Fifth to the blind west wall
^ « h i h
President Castro. She has been order-
Salem.— The National League of Oregon as a whole, the difference
of the Union Meat company's place.
wh,<* u J8
wdl irreat‘ ed back to Venezuela to protect Dutch
Four nuggets w> ighing about half a
Checked here, it concentrated its American Sportsmen, which meets at would have mounted into the hundreds f ly atlon;
reduce the loss o f life. It is ex
pound each and worth $500, were fury. a< if with an intelligence of its Lawton, Oklahoma, October 12 and of thousands.
.w-. . t
* . « . * •
interests as their condition is now ccn-
found ui a fashionable residence dis own. and leaped into the block north of 13, has requested Governor Chamber
trict o f law Angeles while workmen Glisan street, and then jumped Fifth lain to appoint from one to five dele
Inventory Normal Property.
gates front this state. The governor
and workixl both east and west.
At a meeting o f the execu
INQUIRE IN T O INCREASE.
has requested a number of sportsmen
LEVEE GIVES W AY.
When, at 8:30 o'clock it had run its in Portland to suggest names o f per tive committee o f the normal school
Nan Ratters.>n has been expelled
course and given way before a small sons who would be willing to repre board of regents. Secretary C. L. Starr
river that hud been poured on from a sent Oregon at the Oklahoma meet was authorized to go to Drain and take Causes Heavy Damage to Farm Land Interstate Commerce Commission to
The n a r is entertaining 1‘resident
score o f nozzles, a sad picture o f disas ing, but has been unable to secure an inventory o f the property there be
on San Joaquin.
Fall teres, o f France.
ter lay all about. The whole block any suggestions. The governor thinks longing to the state. This step was
Washington, July 28.— The Inter- t
Antioch, Cal., July 2S.— Last night
Ilarriman is endeavoring to secure Ixiunded by Fifth. Sixth. Glisan and the organizations of sportsmen in taken in order that the hoard o f re
at 2 o’clock about 200 feet o f the San state Commerce commission today is- '
control of the liould roads.
Hoyt streets, with the exception of Portland should suggest names if they gents and legislature may know what
sued a statement that without waiting |
Joaquin river levee gave way on the
Govwaor Norris has cleared the th«’ southern corner, was a heap of convention. He has no other method is there belonging to the state and the fertile Jersey island tract located cast for filing o f complaints it w ill institute I
President A. L. o f here, flooding tin- entire isand. com an investigation in its own motion tor !
Montana land board o f fraud charges. smoking debris. Nearly all the w est! of determining those who arc inter exact situation.
half of the block bounded by Fourth, ested or those who would go.
Briggs has also given notice o f his prising nearly 4,000 acres. The loss the purpose o f determining whether I
Hears! opened the Independence ron- Fifth, Glisan and Hoyt streets was
It is not known where will be about $50,000, and fall princi advances in freight rates are justified.I
' Vention by denouncing the old |>artiea. gone; all frame buildings were in
“ The c»>mmission,” the statem ent
Professor Briggs will go from the pally upon the Jersey Island company,
Demand for Linn Farms.
says, “ has no authority to suspend iN
Taft ia reported to have become ruins between Fourth, Fifth, Glisan
Albany. Farm lands in I.inn co'.tn Drain school.
although there are many small farmers
proposed advance in rates ar.d can or- 4
wevlg.sl in a telephone IsKith at Hot anil Flanders. The block between Fifth ty ire being e■lgcrly si night and val-
who hold leases who w ill lose every
der reduction o f the advanced - i a 1
F>e Destroys Timber.
springs. Va., and a carpenter was and Sixth and Glisan and Flanders was Il US have incre; sed won ilcrtully wit hin
thing, ns their crops were ail practi
oniv as the result o f an inves
all hut gone, the big brick Karr hotel t li last year. YV. M -loyd. of Ta li
called to saw him out.
St. Helens Fire which broke out in cally ready to harvest.
: rates have 1 -reme I
being represented by tottering black gen t. recently lold his arm consi sting the logging woods near the camp of
An important conferenee is being ened walls, which fell in later, fortu ..f U»:t acres o pasture
111. the Peninsula Lumber company, five
eon*.miss ion. v id e it I
acri-s o f the finest celery in the river
non About fi>c years ago this same
held by officials of the Justice depart nately without hurting anyone.
t r pri r to th fcTxEîJ B
si'etion, estimated at 8,000 carloads,
ment regarding action to be taken in
farm changed hands and
some unknown cause, got beyond con that would have been ready to harvest advancement o f rt .Us. has ain’t 'ÎT. 33- ■
the Standard Oil case.
S U L T A N S T A R T L E S TU R K E Y.
trol ar.d the company’s «ritiri' force in about two months. There was also limited power o f : nvesti ¿rsi mb
paid »8,000 for it. A half
The Ancient Order of lliberniana
was called out to prot«*ct the roadbed 500 ncri's o f potatoes, besides other is understood that i f the lard
finest farms in Linn c
Will Throw O ff Conventionalities and changed hands wdthiti th*
will meet in Cortland in Hilo.
ar.d ecu:; r er.t. In trying to save the vegi-tablcs. Nothing w ill be saved. with the commisi •ion shear h ' ÍM j|'
the commission v ritboest w ait * r fr I
bo One of the People.
There seems to he a stca
e-ir.res the m«'n <1 id heroic
Kuef accuses Kurus of tampering
lli’Midi'H Ibis direct loss, all the
A il sbe engines ware naved, ditch«'» un«'d for draining the land will the filing o f the formal
e< nxtantinople, July 20. A » a eli- ing demand for thi« class of realty
with jurors and has started contempt
Every day prospective homcsecker»
* itt m
• - :~ - - t _ About 200 ucr*'» I**' riiini’d. Also thousands o f young w ill institute an
nm X r.f the outfit remark able series of arc seen touring the country with the
own motion for th
• *-lory plants that were ready for plant
Great Itritain ia already beginning kale doMCopic revolutionary changes view of purchasing and establishing a
ining whether or t
to he sorry ah* entered into an alhanee
durh g the past two weeks. Sultan Ale
£r:*s., owner» of fields in 111 *' slat«'.
RisHu-vell la planning a hunt In the dui Hamb) Il tiniied an Ipmerial irade
• *- rrills. nr*' con
mountains of Southern Or* g*s»n before belay that changea the entire social
rettt :r.g th*' old
ENJOINS ADVANCE IN RATE
he goes to Mouth A fro ».
ieace nf the imp erial fami
n * • try.
The Italian rrvtarr Puglia la visiting
ter) t/>Tila » o b je c ts
.itil * as destroy«»! Georgia Judge Grants an Inju-ct or
California porta and will also rail a*
Against Southern Roads.
m re fr/ rth A trio l Hi
unt krr- urxxd that
Portland. Seattle and Vancouver, |I. i
- o v in
« tie co le r o t an abs-
j.itrt and , stab
Airy. Ga.. July 25. Or. ap
m anager fn * th e
J. (* Stubl/a, tra
n « * f k<al capital plication o f the Macon Grocery » v r -
Ilarriman line., »
■xat: is the enter- pany, ami other merchants ar,.i c « r-
fair in tl*»>r *.(/]
cantiln cor|<orations o f th< state.
SjH'i r, of tti«- Unites! States ccser:
A I era Angelev
tcnlny grant«»! a preliminary - a-c-
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