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Union Pacific Asks Permission to
Make New Tariff.
ELEPHANTS RUN AMUCK'
PRACTICALLY SAME AS BEFORE
Tcurlsta Buying Ticket to Portia d
Will Receive New Ticket to
Sound on Request.
Omaha, Neb., April 16. My per
mission ot the Interstate Commis
sion, the Union Pacific hns prepared
n tnrllt which is expected to over
come the result ot a previous deci
sion which had tho effect of closing
tho Portland gateway. Tho Northern
Pacific and Great Northern had not
concurred In previous tariff and tho
commission ruled that tickets sold
under tho rates so publlshod wcro Il
legal. Tho Union Pacific Is now per
mitted to name Portland as the des
tination, but If tho traveler signifies
Intention of going to Seattle, or fur
ther north, the conductor lifting his
tlckot will give him another reading
from Portland to the point to bo
In other words, the old method Is
resumed ot drawing exchange orders
on Portland to points In Washington.
Tho additional charge is absorbed by
tho Harrlmon lines and they again
enjoy tho benefit ot tho long haul.
It is said that tho whole question
ot authorized routes to the Pacific
Coast Is not any more satisfactory
now to tho Northern Pacific than It
Is to tho Harriman systom, and that
it I equally Anxious to see the entlro
subject ot gateways reconsidered.
Aid to Western Woolgrowers,
Omaha, Neb., April 16. Through
tho efforts of the woolgrowers of
tho West and Northwest, a storagc-
In-transit rate has been mado by tho
Union Pacific. Southern Pacific. Bur
lington and Chicago & Northwestern
railroads, which will permit wool to
stop for storago at Omaha. It may
be baled here and shipped at tho con
venience of buyers and growers. Tho
adrantago to the woolgrowers is that
ot not being forced to sell their clip
at any prlco tho eastern buyors may
Three storago warehouses will bo
built hero at once, with a capacity ot
50,000,000 pounds. Theso storago
facilities will be available to wool
growers who may put their clip In a
-warehouso and use the receipts as
collateral on which to secure cash.
About 5,000,000 pounds ot Pacific
Northwestern wool passes through
BLUEJACKETS ON SHORE.
Onca More Tread Soil of Cod's Own
San Diego, April 16. A parade of
bluejackets and marines landed from
the American battleship fleet 5000
fighting men fresh from a cruise ot
moro than 13,000 miles marked
tho ceremonies of official welcome to
tho State of California. Sixty-four
companies of sallormen, in their togs
ot tho sea, with wide flaring trousers
reefed down in canvas leggings, and
16 companies of marines, soldierly
and straight, formed this most no
table of the navy's land displays. Tho
landing party, equipped as Infantry,
armed with Krags. In light marching
order, and with canteens filled,
equalled an army corps.
The procession tho men of the
nary formed was moro than two
miles long. They marched from tho
waterfront to the City Park,
Roosevelt's Policy Wisest
Paris, April 16. The Temps today
expressed enthusiastic approval of
President Roosevelt s reasoning In
favor of providing additional ships
for the American nary, especially
tho affirmation that the United States
would loso rank as a great power,
not only if she was feeble, but if
she bad the roputatlon of being
feeblo. "France should meditate on
this," the paper says.
It America wishes to avoid war
with Japan, she must have a fleet
pormanent in tho Pacific. The Am
erican people aro at present contused
as to the proper course to pursue,
but President Roosevelt's naval pol
icy suggests a luminous and wise
path which tho country sooner or
later will follow.
Explosion of OH Tank Stampadas an
Klverslde, Cal, April 1.--Thrown
Into wild pnnlc by tho explosion ot
n hugo oil tank In tho outskirts ot
this city, at 1:30 o'clock this utter
noon, a herd ot elephants belonging
to the Soils-Kioto circus dashed mad
ly through tho streets ot tho resi
dence district driving terror-stricken
cltliens before them and leaving n
trail ot destruction In their wake.
Tho loader of tho herd Invaded tho
business district boforo ho was re-
en pt u red and ran amuck In tho court
yard of tho Olonwood hotel, whoro
ho attneked .Miss Kiln (Hubs, u prom
inent church woitmn, pinned hor
against tho sldo of tho building with
his tusks, then throw her to tho
ground, trnmpled upon her and in
flicted injuries from which she died
at 9:4G o'clock tonight.
D, P. Chapman, a. guest ot tho
hotel which Is one ot tho famous hos-
tolrlos ot the const, attempted to
stop tho elephant, and was in turn
nttacked by tho Infuriated nnltunl,
which knocked him down and
trnmpled upon him breaking his leg
and otherwise Injuring him. Tho
big boast then crashed through tho
wall ot tho courtyard Into tho hotel
barber shop, wrecking that estab
lishment In gaining Main street,
plunged through platoglass window
hurling Frank A. Bird to tho ground
and goring him all but fatally, was
rounded up In a livery stable and
Four other elephants ot tho main
hord, which had In tho meantime
been re-captured, wcro brought to
tho stable to aid In subduing tho
leader, and beforo ho was chained
fast to his comrades tho bruto added
one more to his list ot victims by
hurling one ot his keepers over n
high board tense, badly injuring him.
Another was added to tho list of
tho Injured today when L, K. Wors
ley, an oil-wagon driver, who was
fatally burned In tho explosion, was
taken to tho city hospital. It was
from his wagon, It is said, that tho
flro was communicated to the oil-
tank which exploded. Worsley was
hurled 20 yards by tho explosion and
was picked up with his clothing In
flames. Ho is dying.
A second largo storago tank filled
with oil exploded soon nttcr tho first
and both burned until late at night.
Sixty thousand gallons of oil. Includ
ing much refined olt in cases, was
consumed, together with tho build
ings adjoining tho tanks. Tho
Standard Oil Co.'s loss on tho oil
Is $7,000 and on buildings, 14.000.
Tho circus tents wcro pitched
three blocks from tho oil-tanks.
When tho first muffled explosion oc
curred, shaking the ground llko an
earthquake, and the flames shot up
several hundred feet Into tho air, tho
circus management hurriedly cleared
the tents and sent homo the crowd
which was assembling for the after
noon performance It was while tho
tents were being struck that tho
frlghtoned elephants became unman
ageable and stampeded.
I OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I
I PROTEST LOSS OF HANQE.
AT ANOHOII IN HOMtt WATERS
tXPENSEtt OF THE STATE.
Cost of Governing Oregon for Year Oregon Sheepmen Want Flecks Put
1007, by Counties. I Back on Reserves.
Satom -Secretary of Statu Benson. Pendleton iwinmi, (,. mnniier
has completed tliu annual statement of shuun allotted tn the forest r..
of expenses of tho several counties of servos of Oregon Is 7G,000 loss this
iuw niuiu uir inn jeer ivui, snowing year iliau last, Umatilla county
a total expenditure ot $t,4'.!2,45.4ti, sheepmen aro protesting to tho for-
not Including expenditures tor roads estry department ami application Iuih
and highways. As u rule, tho conn- boon madu by tlto state association to
ties Include much of their bridge, ox- permit tho same number in tho re-
penso In tho roads and highways servos this your as was grimed last
classification, so a portion of that year. Cuttlnir down tlm mimtiur tn
expenditure Is not Included. bo grazed In the reserves will cause
1 ho expenditures by counties were shootimeii to roll under forced con.
Ji-rMB . v
dltlous since thoy tiiivo no ramie for
J!.Vf!!j;S tho surplus and this thoy claim la a
s lis si Kroat Injustice In view of tho fact
ai.ots.i3 that tho season promises to bo ox-SJ'S'J-il
collont for both sheep and wool.
.iiKa A "deling of tho executive com-
,itM4 nilttco of tho Oregon Woo-(!rowors'
u.vm.3s association will bo held here for tho
siimm Purpose of formulating a formal pro-
smts-M test to the department. It Is thought
a""?' tho request to grnxo the same num-
Se'wain bor ,n,B yonr wl" l, Krnntod as the
niwi.ii range in tho reserve Is Improving
ti.im.1I from year to year on account of tho
U-iiiLi husbanding of tho grass by the for-
MiiiiilS try department.
m.stom Malheur. (Jiuntlltn, Harney and
iii'tirtfc. IMcr county sheepmen hnvo Joined
iniMM In he protest and earnest efforts will
limn be mado to secure range tor the sur-
.tm.m nus sheep.
CAN'T AQREE ON PRICE.
! 11.01.. ;tu
Tho expenditures by Items were ns
IVuntj IWt it! CtommUaloaart,.:
Hrbonl HurrrlMtrmlfiit'a uffiti.
Amflit and o0lrtl tf lain
8slmon Cannsrs Have Meeting Out
No Scale Is Set
Astoria A meeting attended by
representatives of practically all the
saimon canneries of tho Columbia
rlvor was hold here this afternoon to
islsuvbi discuss tho prices to bo paid for raw
!2"I?? fUh JurlnB the season, which will
SJJSlm "cn Rl noor Wednesday, but ul
i:.o.Tu though two sessions were held In an
4J"'.,-;"T. effort to get together, no agreement
wann wn reached. It Is understood soma
7U3.u of the rnunors wanted to pay 6 cents
t.Jm a pound for cannery fish and 6 cents
.'?2 for cold storage fish, those weighing
aa,3T,n.i 25 pounds or over, others wanted to
Battlash'p Fleet Arrives Safely In San
Han Diego, Cal., April 14. In four
roKularly-liitervaled columns, with
flagships loading abreast mid point
ing the way to the first homo anchor
ago tho fleet lias found In Its four
mouths ot cruising around tho southern-most
unit of the Western Hemis
phere, tho ltt ships swept Into the
sheltered covo of the sea behind the
toweling headlands of I'tilut l.nmit
and halted for days of merrymaking
for men and ntllcers.
Tho fleet let go Its anchors--nil
splashing In tho water with simul
taneous precision at 18:47 I'. M,
Just 13 minutes before the all
noiiured hour of arrival. For two
hours the ships had been In sight
and their coming had been watched
with wonder by the waiting thrones.
So engrossed wore tho people In I lie
beauty of the scene thut thoy forgot
to cheer. The People of California
aro not so well acquainted with the
navy as thoy would llko to be, and
tho cruise of tho battleships to this
coast has long been looked forward
to Never before have armorclada ot
the Connecticut type, displacing
morn than 16,000 tons of water, been
seen along tho Pacific Coast, and the
occasion of their first visit Is (o be
made a memorable event wherever
they touch n port or cruise clnsu
enough to the shore to be seen by
the cities and resorts that skirt the
The splendid rendition of tho
ships was manifest In every way,
Outwardly they were the same spark
ling, Impressive while and buff units
ot a powerful fighting force that
pointed their way out of Hampton
Itoads on n home coast 3,000 miles
nway, with the President snowing
tho way on his cruiser yacht, the
Mayflower. Internally, the ships
FULTON IS BEATEN
Indications That Cako Is Victor
(or U, S. Senator.
ELLIS WINS OUT FUR CONGRESS
Statement No. I Candidates Do Well
Uut Control of Nixl Legisla
ture Is Uncerlsln.
I'nlli'il Slates Senator II. M. Cake.
Itoprcsoiilatlvo In Congress, First Dis
trict Willis (!. Hawley.
Representative In Congress, Hecotid
District W. II. Kills.
Justice of Supreme Court Robert H.
Oregon Dairy and Food CiimmUsliin
er J. W. Ilalley.
Railroad Commissioner, First Dis
trict U. II. Allchlson,
Railroad Commissioner, Second DIs.
trlct Thomas IC. Campbell.
Portland. April IK. Returns from
the Oregon primary election yester
day, Indicate clenrly that II. M. Cako
has defeated Charles W. Fulton fur
the Republican nomination for
United Slates Senator by a majority
ranging from 3000 to COOu. Cake
rarrles Multnomah county by a ma
jority of 3000. Returns from the re.
maluder of the state show that Cake,
with a third of the vote counted.
leads by 1000. Fulton has carried
were In better condition than when. Clatsop and Uns li; heavy votes.
they started, engines working with cutting down Cake s ea
tho smooth thrust and throw of per. state. Coke bus probably
i.. ?' ia..-".Ta fix the prices at 5 and
8trlke Brings Bloodshed.
Chester, Pa., April 17. Riot and
bloodshed marked tho third day of
the streetcar strike here today, when
tho Chester Traction company at
tempted to operate Its cars with Im
ported strike-breakers. Tho strikers
ana tneir hympathizers stormed n
trolleycar that was started out ot
the barns and In tho melee two men
William Qrlcscmcr. a claim ngent
for the company, wns struck on tho
arm by a bullet and William Ilorg
mann, tho motorman who had oiargo
of tho car, was struck In tho foot by
another bullet. IIo was dragged from
tho car and beaten nnd was rescued
from tho angry strikers and their
sympathisers with difficulty.
Grelsemer, besides being wounded
bad his shoulder dislocated. Several
other traction employers wcro also
cut and bruised.
Ilrfsra atkil tvoimlliBata...
H.wnl .r lUallh
Illtb trkuula ,.
l.l- KMItl. n a.tt I. ir II... t.-l.tt... ..........
... Hi. V.....U ..a. bv. HJ IIIW ' inil.'l llll.'.l I.
n.&w.Td Union, whllo still others contended
3si.i3A.ai that 6 cents for small fish and K
4ijYi'Ai ccnt" for B" ovc' 3" pounds In
iS't.ni wlatht was proper. What the ills-
iwujn igivement will result In Is hard to
5'SSS? foretell, but it Is probable the sea-
3.htVm on w, Pn t tho prices fixed by
im.itmj tho fishermen and tho alio ot the
ax.3w.Ti catch will soon determine whether or
lead III the
iir.' slate, lane I as iimitniur rurrnu a
feet bearings nnd careful handling larger number of counties than Fill-
and boilers making steam with less ion.
consumption of coal becatiso of the
Increased efficiency in Ihn firing
rooms. The wash of the waves
along the watorlluo displayed from
two to three feet of led armor belts
and showed but comparatively little
sea growth, despite the long stay In
temperate and tropical waters.
WALL OF WATEn TURN I LOOSE
Uunllng Missouri River Dsm Floods
Helena, Mont., April IS. In every
fur Representative of the First
District W. It. Kills appears to have.
n over T. T. (leer, although th
meager returns received did not de
cisively Indicate this result, (lenrxn
S Shepherd has carried Multnomah
county by 3000 or moro for tho con
gressional nomination and has run
well in the lower river countlrs, but
he appiirs to be far behind both
Kills nnd (leer In Kastnrn Oregon.
Shepherd's Iced 111 Multnomah will In
all probability be overcome by Kills'
plurality In the remainder of tho dis
trict, it Is Impossible to say at this
hour, 3 a in , whntiicr tuioptioru or
town and village on the Missouri 'tL' Jfilr
rlvor, in Northern Montana, the res.
Kleins are terror-stricken ami are
returns. Indeed, may chsngo the en
tire complexion of tho present sltua-
..t7,,, i. ,., u iriiui-.l(li.iii'ii milt HI.) ., , ... . ... . ...
fleeing ,o the hills, to escape, the ''. H?1 ''"JL1 1 Z''':
IM,4Ta.M not tho rto will no higher.
Find Two Mora Bodies.
Boston, April IC. Tho remains of
two persons, a man and a woman.
were found today in tho rulna of and that for three miles or moro It
Cund n w'ss fir a nt PhalaAfi flnii f ft Ij t....
Students Witness Prizefight
Derkoley, April 17. Rattling .Vol-
son and a number of other repre
sentatives of tho prlzo ring, ap
peared in three-round bouts tonight
beforo a large crowd of students of
tho University of California, among
whom wero many co-eds. Tho en-
tortalnment was held under the aus
pices of the Polydeucean club of the
university. Tho affair, postponed
from thrco weeks ago, was held out
sldo tho university grounds, but was
sanctioned by the cxccutlvo of tho
Associated Students nnd tho faculty
of the university.
Water for Merrill Ranchers. Trout for Union County.
Klamath Falls E. W. Smith, rail-1 1 Orande Approximately 100,
road conductor, has practically fin- 00 "h will be received In Union
Ishod tho canal change at this city, county within 30 days to bo used
where the railroad grade crosses It, 0I stocking material for the many
and has been awarded the contract mountain streams In this vicinity,
by the government of renalrlnc the Members of tho Kastern Oregon Fish
Adams canal. This canal furnishes Qnmo association havo received
rater to landholders around Merrill notice that tho shipments wilt be
ind has been taken over by the eor- forthcoming In a short time, and
ernment. tbat tho parties to whom the cans
Wator will be turned into the mnln are consigned must be In readlnoss
rannl of the Klamath project next to Plant the fry.
Some of tho lands arc needing1 PORTLAND MARKETS.
water ai mis lime on account or tho I
dry woather. Indications point to a Wheal Track prices: Club, 8fc
less successful year for the dry far- per bushel; red Russian, 83c; blue
mers unless rain comes soon. .stem, 87c; valley, S6c.
- llarloy Feed, $34.50 per Ion;
Must Furnish Seatf. rolled, I27C28; browing. 120.
Salem Tho rnllrnn.l rom.nls.lnn ' Oats No. 1 white, 126.C027
In a decision, which follows In part, p0;l?1",1r"'1V
n III I'Dlai llt.. .. -ml spa . - a
censures tho Corvallls Kastorn ,'.' ! ... TiVVn.' .V:." ' '.""
Railroad Co., for their passenger
middlings, 127.60; shorts, country,
Great Northern Is Blocked.
Butte, Mont., April 17. Orcat
Northern Agent 8towart. of Wolf
Creek, reports that tho track from
Wolf Creek east as far as ho can see
Is flooded to a depth of three feet
accommodation on tho lines from SLMinltji ,27i whcnl nA bnrluy
Wlll'l'l f I .UU
Hay Timothy, Willamette Valley,
$17 per Ion; Willamette Valley, or
dinary, $16; Eastern Oregon, $17. GO;
mixed, $16; clover, $14; alfalfa, $12;
alfalfa meal, $20,
Ilutter Kxtras, 27Wc per pound;
fancy 2Cc; choice, 25c; store, ICHc
scat and that tho seeond-elnss rnnrh '-."Tr""" "", commission, on,
IUUiU"-IUUU IIUVKIII!, JdC JlCr
lb.; fancy hens, 1 4f HVic; roosters,
old, 8c; fryers, lb 20c; broilers, lb.,
dressed poultry per
flood caused by the breaking of the
70-foot dam at Hauser I.ako this aft
ernoon. Tho town of Craig, In Iwls
and Clarke county, 46 miles north of
llolonn, la now more than 20 feet
under water, and from every Indica
tion tons or thousands or dollars'
worth of property will be swept
away. The 400 Inhabitants of the
town are camping In tho hills to
night. At a late hour tonight General
Manager (Wry announced that tho
water Is receding, and ho Is confi
dent that no damage will occur be
yond Craig. The latest estimate of
the loss Is from $300,000 to $400,-000.
A heavily loaded Orcat Northern
train from Croat Falls to Ilutte nar
rowly escaped destruction by the
flood this evening at 6 o'clock. It
was flagged Just In time by the tele
graph operator at Cascade and re-
It. H, llenn Is nominated for Su
preme Judge without opposition. Ho
also Is W, C. Hawley nominated for
congress In the first district. No re
turns were received by The Oregon
Ian last night to show whether .lot
tery or Derby has won the nomina
tion in the Second District.
C II. Althlsou was In the lead for
Railroad Commissioner for the Sec
ond District and is probably nomi
nated. Thomas K. Campbell Is suc
cessful for Railroad Commissioner
In the First District. J. W. Ilalley
has beaten Dr. Alexander Held tor
Food and Dairy Commissioner.
It Is Impossible to say at this hour
how uniformly successful Statement
No. 1 candidates for the leglslsturn
have been In the republican primary
They have Hon a decided victory in
Aiuimomaii county, nut in the statu
at largo results appear to have been
mixed. It viould appear, however.
turned to Croat Falls, not. howover, ,,ml V.'"rV,v"r ''"r" httv? ,m,m H,M,,
beforo taking aboard a flock of sheen' I""1 ,So' ' candidates, thoy have for
Albany nnd Corvallls to Ynnulna nnd
"It Is ordered thnt tho railroad
company defendant shall In tho fu
ture supply sufficient passenger cars
so that all passengers leaving Corval
lls or Albany wvstbound and Ynqulna
and Toledo eastbound may hnvo a
Sunday's flro at Chelsea, and to
night a human skull was found ,ln
tho collar of No. G2 Chester ovenug:
Tho bodies of three unknown persons
had boon recovered previously and
Is completely washed out and In
places overturned, while tho rails '
aro twisted and bent Into every shape
by the foaming waters, Twenty-
eight miles of track aro under water
tho death list is now six, but thoiU Is figured conservatively that for
authorities expect to find otbor at least 20 days no trains can go over
bodies In tho rulus. Early today tho I tho lino nnd no repair work can bo
police arrested Daniel Ross, who was
waving lighted tapers In a lumber
yard, and bo was h"ld on tho chargo
of attempted Incendiarism.
dono until tho water recedes.
Equalize Rstes to Klamath.
Klamath Falls Cantaln J. M. Mc- -,', , !irf
Intlre, who has returned from San pound lc 'higher.
, Tolm , , ? .SVr H." '" I'otatoes Select, selling price, 70c
ern Pacific frelaht oMc als. states .,. . i. .win ,, ,,.'...,..
established to Klamath i Falls as soon Multnomah, buying price. CGc;
as the terminus of tho road Is at Clackamas, buying price, CGc per
Th w.in.i ti. . .. hundred; now California. GtfTGHo
Tho Mclntlro Transportation com- .,, ,...n.i. -... n, ...... ..L.i
pany will handle all freight Into this ' ni' """' ," .. " .' .".? .7 ,,,V',,:.
CVh0n,frJU W,U T0,7ain ,.1.ch.n,r.Ke h"lrcd: buying price. $4.2Gfl4 GO
L i , m Uther1 ,nC,,lc unt" dol,V' "or Ji'mdrod; garlic. 16o per pound.
Vi. . . i "V i., , .' Apples Select, $2. GO per box;
,J!0.J?t?" ,mv?',eon nub',8h' nml fancy, $2; choice, $1.G0; ordinary,
are much lower than over tho Thrall- tj 2r,
Pokegoma lino. Tho rates from Port-' u.'.i. v...n. n..-j a r-o,
li.n.1 n.l an l..nn.l... .. . ' " "." '"hP f.uiu-u
.. '" ",u "" por box; lemons, $2.7of 3. GO.
,. ..., , I Cattlo Rest steers, $4.7Gft6;
,. Frul'K,;ower wl Organize 'modl.im, $4.2G4.7G; common,
Marshflold Prosldont Nowell, of $3.G04j cows, best, $3.7G4;
tho Oregon State Horticultural Hoard common, $3,253.7G; cnlvcs, $4
nnd A. II. Carson, committeemen for 4. GO.
the Third district, will visit Coos Sheop Host wcthors, $fl0.GO;
county the last of this month for tho owos, $GG.G0; sprlni; lambs, noml-
purpoxo of getting In closer touch nal,
with tho fruitgrowers of tho district. Hogs Rest. $Cf?0.2r.: medium.
whoso pasture was under water.
Tho Hauser I.ako dam, which was
one of the finest structures ot Its
kind In tho world, was completed
last year ot (4 cost of moro than $1,
200,000 nnd developed 26,000 horse
power, which was utilized In operat
ing tho various power plants In Hel
ena nnd the Ilutte mines and the
the most part won.
NO SOCIALISM FOR HIM.
Kins; Haakon bhows lis Absurdities
Highly Inlslllgsnt Hulsr.
New York, April 18. Dr. II. M.
Mlir.C?rnrLt,itl. rlinlrmnn .f It... K.'..u
Comnanv's . Vi.pb i.,.i..r.nu ..i... i.-- ..i-i. .... .,...
not Interfero with operations, ns,Versltles to Introduce nlans for mi
ff!2,r,h,Vbn,vn,t 1f.urn""!'Ml '""'K'tllntechanKe !,"po7o so. return'
'rnZ'lQ..C.n"?. "rrL',,n,'"..",u1 l" i '' today on the steamor Mnure-
company's sub-station In Ilutte
Huperlstendent II, I.. Rurdlck, of
tho Rocky Mountain Hell Telephone
company, at io-uo o'clock ton Kht
announced that tho water at Craig,
46 miles from Helena, had reached a
depth of 2214 feet, and at Cascade,
uv mues uistanc, a uopin or rour root.
It Is estimated that tho water will
reach tho Boston A Montnnn smelter
on tho river bank at Orcat Falls
Admiral Fvsns Improving,
Pnso Robles Hot Springs, Cnl.,
April 16. After remaining quietly
In his room for several days, ns n re
sult of the recurrence ot pain In his
lort Knee, Itoar-Admlrnl KvnnH was
"King Haakon of Norway, with
whom my son nnd myself lunched.
Impressed mo ns being a man of un
Dr. MncCrncken quoted tho KlnK
as saying lo.hliu:
"'Suppose that at 12 o'clock on
Friday wo divided tho wealth of Nor
way, as you suggest. Within five
minutes there will have been a num
ber of babies born In Ihn rnnntrv!
nnd shall wo then divide again with
Three Mors Bodies Found
Boston, Mass., April 18. Threo
moro corpses wero recovered late to-
Banker Gets Five Years.
Pittsburg, Pa., April 16. William
8. wortman, ox-presidont of tho Oak
Innit Ravines & Trust Comnanv.
pleaded guilty today to embezzle-(united States, proof of which wns
ment of $14,000 ot tho company's given In tho remittance of Indomnlty
funds, and was sentenced to flvolduo from China owing to the troubles
years in the penitentiary. Jin 1900,
Uncle Sam Backs China
Paris, April 17. The Kcho do County Inspector Poll I will urrnngo n $G.7G6: foodors, $5.26 tfJG.GO.
Hops 1907. prime nnd cholco, 4
Paris says that tho explanation of i mooting when tho visitors arrive,
dnv frmii tln rulna ..r u.....i. ...... ti.
taken out tmlnv nml whniilmi , iii.JIn fii,.iu.. ..... i,i ..
bath homo. It was tho first tlmo.ber now recovered nine. In nildl
that ho has left his room hIiico hint .Hon, two person, hnvo died this week
Thursday. After being given n Bill- of causes Incident to tho flro.
phur bnth and trontmont, ho was I Tho bodies recovered today wero
taken back to his room. There was nlhoso of Mrs. Mlnnlo I. Fonwlck,
marked Improvement In lis nnnonr. wife or Mr i n i..uini ...... .., ,i...
nrieo. Ills fnco woa less drawn nnd . leading physicians In CIi'oIhoii; Mrs.
In plrico of tin pnllor thoro was n. Walter llaruos, of (Hun Ridge, nloro
good fresh color.
Return VU Fuz.
Washington, April 16. Tho hat-
tllO firmer attltUdO UKSUmCd t)V I'lnnu nrn nnm In tinwrnu In nnna n.n- .It. Ji.. , n.,.- .'. '..
'China with regard to tho Japanese 'county for t o oruanlza Ton of a ,?n n,i"u' """ "' W1W" "ur . V"L ?J "V...n.m .A1"1'"'"". "Wch
-In Manchuria may bo found In tho Cnnniv Pnii.,rnur' Aun,.innnn ' ViV'"i ..... '.."'. ""' run no jwiiinua
.isnnnnrt fflvn In Phlnn l. il.l Fn...A.r..'riV." .7 V ""..": " .V " 1 . ""' i"J"u'" "" vrriig iieoi, UlOir piOCOS to 1)0 tnkon l)V tho
or Mrs. Fenwlck, nnd MIhh Vlnlo
noyes, or uiielHon, u maid In tho em
ploy of tho Fenwlck family,
Schooner Long Overdue
Han Francisco. Anrll in Munii
nnxloly Is felt rognrdlng tho fate of
"'i"V' " iibi,bu m viBiiwK oosi, iipipo por pounu, nccoruing w scons n and tho Nobrain nm in ii i.i. Vi,". . V, '""' ,
tho orchards of tho county nnd an- to shrinkage; Vnlloy, 12 016c, ac- cone liomn bv tiin Vi ?i, 2 ,0 J, . ,A.m",cnn , wliwonur RoHamond.
nounces thnt ho will cut down trees cording to riunllty "1D0' nc o "S"r3fn"V ieSn? ?Pt " Ch"H0'"1 a-n'H Harbor with
which aro not properly sprayed byi Mohair 3ho co, 2O02OWO per Tliey will lea vo a2nP PrnnM.?!?11 ' C ,0V0r '.lir,mry 7- wUh n c,,r
tho owner after due notification ".pound. ' Cn'C SOmA P" t2nihaLi ot AJt. 0V' ' b "" and on dock
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