Laidlaw chronicle. (Laidlaw, Crook County, Or.) 1905-19??, June 06, 1908, Image 2

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    RESUME OF THE
WEEK S DOINGS
Items Gathered from All f V b
of the WorlJ.
P R O O F AGA IN ST S H E L L .
M o n it o r Florui.» S i i m i » F i r e ut N a vy's
Heaviest Guus.
riunii■'«■ ST.-.»I in l ower Chesapeake
R n . M. 0
• Do egalil ng the danget
Kiti t ’ ! \ .11 iMi'ih to exLHTtenee
; 4 n w tr .it >e.v i immaudei Jo hn C
l euten.u U Taussig and 80
W
rida ICttiautcd
nwn on the n v i u
l •
el- I!'
on hkKirv! lier *«v J.» ’
w o e hui \\i xl! thi g i . a t hulk ftotu the
4't tin monitor \ rk tin d t
jji 4 .»t i¿
with her broad-
.¡"i hi r» »i .»Hi \.»r»is
ery in tul
target
Dazierai Review o f Important Map
penings P r e s e n t e d in a B r l a f and
\\ hen it was tr r 't pl.mued lo mako
C o m p r e h e n s i v e Manner fo r Buey
the r v * . i4'î»!tn.iry ti »t of thè power of
R e ad o rs — National, Political, Ml» the r u m m warfar» e. t was not d ir a m o !
»'t ikeepit v
y -’t thè ntett atxMnl. hut
torieal and Com ruerciaJ.
the piar. s t ' r the ti »t neri' ehanged
l >mm,indir (Jiiiniliy
s.nMenlv t ('»lay
m d his men c.ic ;ei!v volimteered lo
Rc.ir- Admiral Crown n s h i d J . retired. stay .»h.' -ini their »hip wìnle »ho i u s
i> »le.nl
“iibniitte«\ t > the Ii irm nefng o f 't h è big
t , c >
imutinent clanger itnl
France and Germany h : n e agreed on
ti eir determinai oti m thè
a plan for the pacification of Mor eco
NtWS ITtMS OF GENtRAL INTEREST
FROM THE STATE OF OREGON
V.
IN V EST IG A T E
E X PR E S S MATES.
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« t a t e R a ilr o a I C o m m i s s i o n H a » F a n c y
Figu res to S t a r t With,
S .Vtn Or May
\n m \ i'lig a tio n
ha» tuen slatted b> the tatlroad com
m i " on tegaiding express rate* rn-
foteed hi the Wells. F ar g o and the
Facing «‘ xpie'S companies m Orege>n
N i u . 'tattlin g [ O l ia t i m i » have been
bituight to light that util likely de
maini tile anelinoli of the commission
m the near future.
t « m p ari' ’ti.» luve Iwcn made show-
mg : . ici itive charge« « mi lin e' m Or
i t *n oi l t ’ e charge» m other »tate» for
»iiu 'at di»t.nei ' anil h r the same ekiS'
: gei Is
From P ortlan d to Siskiyou,
. .! ' anil
!
' '• mill-' till \\ ells
l og e\prc<' » uipan.v charges a met
chandise rate e'i
75 tor loo |HVunils,
whili t r the same distance in Missouri
reti
- een e
: dn d by th» M •
' in
ri.iro.id ioniuusston, which i«
-W in t •
i
I 'l 1 « 'll p. Ml!'. ds Thl
merchandise tale in l i s a » for a sun
liar distance ! '
o'
1 lie rati1' dunged bv the Pac lie ex
pie»» e inpaiiv are even more ex rbi
taut according to tliq figures given out
bv tlw railroad conirm»sion
1 he Pa
c tu express compatì» operates out
t
ver the l ) . R. A N Ft i
I* ■ miles ,'ii-r the O K \ N from
P- rtlatnl to Huntington. the general
mere! onli»e rail tor Ion pounds i» $t
For . s nuli ' or the same distance fu:
which the W e i !' l argo charges $2 7'
m W estern Oregon the Pacific express
compatì) m F a s te lli O regon charge»
V ■ * ’.
> •* • S».
Compared with similar distances in
Missouri and Texas. the rates o f tin
Pacific express company are r x t r i n n
For 4 t " nule» in Missouri the grtter.i!
merchandise i .«press rate is $2 to am
in Texas it I» $2 .»o
In both thesi
state» the rate» have been fixed bv
railroad commissions and have l i e n ac
cepted ’ o the express c inpanics am
are now m force
The rates given ari
for the same classes o f good» in e v en
■ listatici'
C H b AF b Ut L IN S IG H 1
It C h o p p e r s Can 't Sell to T i u s t They
Will to C o n s u m e r s .
I 'ru d lc to n
\tter tntilr rthe fts to
'Oil their wood to I ’r tn llrto u and
\\ .11.1 \\ ilia womlv inl». tell w . 'Oil
' ppeix i h a n ie la have pooled their
•input and have placed an ag e n t in
» cits and will sell d ir ect t o the
"ti'tinio r
T h e y have 3,(MM c ord s in
e pool and will till till» t e i n t o r y
o 11 *i c h e a p w >d, thèv dei lare
I 111
lo o .lv ar d x h. e I ii gc supplir* oii
ind ow ing t 1 Ite f li t th.it thè ttlild
l e a t h e r of th e p isi w inter resti i. teil
1 i » le, niij bave ietu»ed to litiv thè
• lincia pool, vv In, h i» nove b riu g in ir
■ i I bere
Mreadv
»ever.il car»
■ ve In .'il o rileri 1 froni thè pool and
p i o t i m i » to tleinorali/e thè wood
' i ki t in thè intinti empire
l ’ U ltl I S f f C O N I RIHO I I O N S
Tati
miti iHry.tn F a v o r P a ss a g e
B l u b a l iw by D ü n g e rs » .
DYNAMIEE UeSED
IÌY RUEE eS ()ANG
ol
Washington, May 2 i> I lie tu»' big
scusatimi of thè pnsidenti.il campaign
came today vv inn William Jennings
» Houses »» iht I G» I \ Suiter*
Iti van »ent a trlrgi mi t " William IT » Ilio»»
.ml Taft suggesting that lb. v jo i n ul
visor (»dlliiiiher.
urging t " l i g i i » s S o pa»» 4 bill making
compulsory the publient imt id campaign
i * uti ihm ■■ U
This move by l i l i a l i is lookril upon S u p p o s e d In In* M o v e tu Inti mil i .i t *
a» our of gicat wisdom by the ileino
S t a i W i t n e s s A g a i ns t l o a l t é i s
cialn l i a d o s , who sav il sliows Ins
F s - l ' l ' i ' s u l e n t nt H o a r d nt S u p e r ­
»incelo th ti-iminatioii to conduct lux
v i s o r s Flail J u s t C l o s e d $ 2 5 . 0 0 0
campaign without the aid < t g n a t cm
Heal E s t a t e De a l .
|imote intluenre
1 1
0
Rry .in ' nifx ..iKf i f , u l s ■(*» f ol l ows :
H*»n Will.iv» H»wraiii r.» ft. tc* lelarv
ol w u W
o
»
l ! *«*»* !» * niüw:» st llt.it a« t li r If.iiliiiK
candidal»*» « * t » mit icsjH Cthc parli»"», wr
f * »in ni asking »• hiik ' i » s> lo | m %» tin* tuli
r«‘«| tu r » tt»c i*»«* piitilu'.mon <•( t .iintmitfn
Mit i ibut ions p i u i to elections. Il yi»u
tIntiE I.C't vie cali a <k * ilici tamltilates
lo uniti vs il li il» in thr tei|iir»t
*W .1 H K Y A N "
'»e. rei tv "I ift rrplii d lo William I
llivan » trlrgrani «iiggr aing lliat llu v
tmile in a»king votigli»» r i | a»» a bill*
li.ikland, f it. May 2»
Three Ivigr
d w < Hing li u -.i s built In (.inn » I t i l l
f
taglici, i x pi« .ident id the b o n d
•■upo i v i »"i v and tl* pi >ivi v ill ion »
VI
wilnr«« ni tlu lnibeiv gra/l i '. i v • al
l'l'i k ni » and I trini "Ut « t i n i . Un» ili».
wi i r
wn < k.-il Tv dvn.mine toniglu
»h"i t li bel"!< tniilniglit
1 he liuti»'
WI li' II' U Vii
iipn-T
V I n . i o vinilgi i l dj " a l t " ! ' , p l i . n l
in thè kltillrtl of l Ite latgrsl ol lite
I i h i n lin i* x, tluew thè TuiMilig oli ilo
i undiiu u .
ami
almo t
rompi, i. v
w m k e i l il
Mie li.'ll».
tu i r dia'
t e rn i wTile
in.ilivr
win.l ,v . in llie
liiTglllK'lll..... ( w i ic
lii.'keil
Ity ili*
»1.01 k
J o h n l'iilT il» a w ,ti Imi ili i inployr.l
l v i l e . >1111 acini li.iiltllllg thr li ai . e .
t' i G a l l a g l i ! , iv ix siliing in a stilali
! »ha-k uè ir tlie b"ii ,r ■ al ¡he l i n e , inil
WI» tltrown t l thr g ii,1111.1
Ile s o l
t 1 ipt.up ol I M i . t l l r * l'itr ix iin ili.it
Tr vx.i» Ihf iigh tli«- tlin-e Inni.Img.
v Ito! t Tv T i f o l e tllr expb.Moii o i i u i l c i l
lt I vani lliat t i i l l i g h r r w n n .g o liil
>».' a d ial t. day for tlie vale o| tbr
h. x.x fi r $ .xxe S e v r i j l «vr. L» ig .
Gadag in * bollir ili < >aklaml «va, lilown
Up o d l'idlv H I " k. • 1 .Il nighl w t nle Ile
alni 1,:x wilr alni sevrial (m i n i » wcie
in » lie In ni M* imi narrowly c . ijh ,| »e
i naiv iioiirx
Mearst i» gaining :ti the recount of
W
thè lune carne for thè test, thè
New York mayoralty b a llo t' o f the }
immediate!» steamed im o ber
I ' m 15 election
jw .ine
The \rkans.i' and In r tender
•ri anehored foro and alt otl Tinnitile
\ typhoon at Hankow. China. cost
oal. i " yard» troni thè Florida unti
more than l.OtW lives and wrecked 500
br ids le hearing upon thè target
K e e p S a l i n o l i O u t of Aliali.i
junks.
p
The Arkansas ì» iti eharg e i»f
Peti dietim
t h 'i i s .ii i il » o f ».tintoti
A Columbus. Ohio, hoy invented a ( ' mmander Harry 51 Delibatigli. celio
machine with which he has made >cv- n ■ :!: a dctail of otlieers. to k up lus
v tr ini si\ to cig li! incile» in Irn g th ITOVI.Img f " ! 1 tir p i l l i " il lo|l of s .1111
I * ogn i "litribtitlon«. a« filili.w s
•moti mi thè bridge
eral succi 'still flights.
le iiiiw ruuniiig out luto thè iati.il
\\ illuni .1 Iti >.in
» oiu Integrai»
1
i.c
fir»l
»hot
»
a
»
tired
at
a
,
»creen
San Franei'Co supervisors arc check­
■t thè I t n g o n irrigatim i p ru je c t and i . ivi il
f i n \ptil il, lavi. I seni file
.'C
i'
r
.
i
'
i
d
above
the
main
turret
of
ing ttp th e eit> treasurer s accounts He
u n ut t i n n ì .ire bein g »Iranded un f " l l"vvmg Irttrr to Seilator llurrow»
:c I ' Tula and pierced the exact een
1 ' iileged to I k - »iiort $.>7..500.
■- without a moment » hesitation, giv
ie bar», where tliev are perislting ihainn.iii ut thè c uniHlt'C on ptivilcgi .
ami ricci fon* :
*
Johnson's managers pred.ct his r.om
;g the men ulx'urd the >lup to under
'rpiltv t . i m e and i i»h AA arilrti t> b
'I «incerrly belu-ve tli.it it wonlil
¡nation for dem»Kratie pfe'idential can­
and the» netti not think any o f the
lu i iler »vili take im m ediate »tep» to gì. itlv teU'l tow ani tlie abseiKe of i “ t
didate on the see nd or third ha.lot
roiectile» would g ' vv ld
iv e p ro p r r flsh «cri-i-n» piai ed al t h r rupti.ui frolli polii c» if all tlie espellili
Then. according to the program, the
A tornado which swept A.fall's conn
Im i t ■ p re v rn t ib is M estru iti"!! of t u li» for thè nomination« and rieri imi»
\rkansa
began tiring heavily upon the
tv. Ok la., killed 14 people and injured
•:u- youiig listi
I t e dalli <d thè Irri " f all l auili'lalcx ami all coliti il'Utuui«
many other», besides doing much dam­ Florida and th shells began hammer-
g"il p ru je c t i» m lite l'tu a tilla K ivrr reo n e l and i xpcmliturr« inaile Tv
:ng again»! the plates of the Florida.
age to property.
' vi • nule» rv»t ut tlie town o f l ini liticai ciininiittcrs could Te inaile pubi e,
w Inch
fix'd under the tvunbardment
liti
T il'u eand » ut l u e »altnon frv bolli in li »peci lo xtalr an i uatiunal
T h e liclgian consular agent at Rabat. without even -¡lowing 'i g ii' o f being
ire |)|>W to tie |.imi I in thè river and l»'lii'. « l'.T tliat rraviiti. I strinigli fi
Morocco, ha» been maltreated b> n a ­ crippled. A » far as could be discerned
•v re rff rt Miti he inaile to p re v rn t voi tbc paxxage of thr tuli now perni
tives ar.J h;s home g vernment is likely tr m the use o f the g i " c ' the effect
thent troni ruiinmg m i o tb r irrig a tio n
to take energetic action.
mg "
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w,i' r. t ti ticcable. but the e\i»erts on
inai»
I t t h c r canal» mi thè rivcr are
J C Stubbs says our Oriental trade the Arkansas reported that the shell»
■ t iperly p ro fe cted with «creriis an i O K L A H O M A F L O O D S R E C E D|NG
having terrific effect upon the
i» threatened if the ruling o f the inter­
laddrrs.
state commerce commission regarding FI. ida
During
this
1»
nihardment
the
men
freight rate» on western road» hold».
P ro p e rty L o s« E stim ateli SF IO.0 0 0 , 0 0 1 )
W oO s-F.irgo In Hait i
.aboard the Florida gave no sign» of
t i g l i ! L iv e * L o st.
Mrs. Carrie Nation has been arrested
!
'tigrn
e
"The
W
ell»
l
argo
1
xpre»»
being displeased with their dare devil
K H I I W O I1IH FEA M S W O IIS I
nip
m
y
b
i
s
begun
the
ere
c
tio
n
m
a
<
'Utili
ir
Okla
, Mav 27
Tlu- «un i»
at Pittsburg
experience, and g a n no signal o f dis­
b ric k building on t i e S u tb e rn »Inning in Oklahoma today, i m i tb •
Chester. P a , is having trouble with tress.
'a* m e depot ground» in which to
I nmty River R.s«-s Ag.uit aiuì Cono,
\fter the ma n I» nihardment the A r ­
street car men.
tl 1 water» are fi«t r r c d i n g
No mi
amile its business in tin» citv
I be
OREGON W OOL GOOD.
kansas' gams were directed against the
tini.» Ai e S n rio u s .
di' n a l T « of lift- i « rr|M.it. •!. and ili*
Two cruisers and rive torpedo boats
r.
h
i
t
e
c
t
u
r
r
of
11
<
•
nrvv
bun
ling
will
big e\?»erimenta! m a o which had Inerì
have left Sun Francisco for Portland.
bV’iiirli
«»
aie
liegtntii'ig
giadiiaHv
to
keeping
with
that
of
the
nr.v
I ; t W itT. I . x M iv "«
W ili lite
erected aft upon the F¡ Tula.
It was S e c r e t a r y Sm y theJPr.v ises C o m p u l s o r ,
g r di pyd. u >w m c o u rs e of rettnn to llu it borni».
I he ilealli ioli w . ' . i x of tln I imi v riv.r xtill m-at
A company of militia is to be organ- 125 feet high an i on it were two tur
Dipping L a w .
rtt. turn a nd t o b r i "lip le ted h r
tlu- Mimmit of tlie batikx .tu iher girai
i.-ed at Honolulu, the first for the isi- rem­ in which dunam i » had been placid
remains at right
Ju ij I
I be k\ !
T a r g o ouil l
. l um e o f walet la-g.au po.ititig frinii
P rtl md
Si-eti tarv l*rvu I*. .Hmytb.
w the iff i et il men in The tight -
ands.
U
ili
itile*
if
tra
k»
wa
dl
l
out
and
«1 b e oi b r ic k and »!
thè w«-t T r i of lb.it x ile m i towai.l
: ' during ar avital engagement
the Oreg
W ialgrower» i*« iati
Senator Bailey, o f T exas, will go to
ill 4 .st « 1.1)0» t- • $ * ¡'rn
i 1 ^ f i t > lait* 1•ist 111 K lit
It » pr b liri'k' -s il.itnSgri of »I» tr« vc«l, thr rail
f i t l y l if l i v
•.inn ' a l ' > had heen placed in the f »#>• 1 thr High 1’ ar: land rue» ntiy <»ia h *
the democratic national convention as
»»e t h r ! -wfl’ .'w 1 n ! • » : i hr » un i
1 \ rr is r i mi
at a 1 ate «»f sin inches
a
ifl ■- nv r .litre« 1 . tram ser y
turret of the EIc rid
'VV t h e
a delegate.
wa\ t 1 » StleH . wh* ro lie ri*pre**« nts t
in y \vi! ! l»e fl«*nr a wav V1 li w hen i
1 • tl liuuiy T u
n ist remain atmnl)c*i »n ht*nr, .»f»«l VS If fl Ml4 ft ( < »tt«f It I« *11« as
f tlu- impact 4‘ hi aw
te n sv biliti! p^ is l u l l s ”.l
,» ft"- 1
•
cv. ral 1 ! i)
d istrict " f * ^r**t n at the ton
> et, wh !( «fb oth- f s »' h a«l> pi v \ »»I ih» »mUmru when thr
T w o I ’tah mining companies are
th. m.
o f thlx X. I
i-iiirlit I.
*f S C ' l i
it 1 KT 1 '
sheep commiV4IOH
a partial * . rv i. . ix (Mixxiblr
1 lie
lighting over a silver mine said to be
big gun» made quick imp re»
s tins i ity i aiu lot l>- f retold
a .li . .t th
.talli, i • to crop . ami ratlioads can, >1
ty.
worth $1.450,000.
tlie maxi target. ■uw 1 tí men h ei Mr. S-'ll V! i¡1* “ IVs thi wool clip this y* t -
a.ut -
be only ro.iglilv c .tintateli but I b t i iilixnlrr able ad ilitioiial pio|M-rty
■en in the place o f the dummies they ! ¡t it.** I Iftfr H> U«na!, in<li that the w<
Senator Fo rak e r is favoring Roose­
ut Sitili i tig vv dl it till lx i « m ,nt
tv itivr ig'trr p l a it s the aggie-
i;* of »•\ce ptinna !¡v fine quality.
R a r e S p e i í e s o f Dui li
velt for another term, as he dislikes would not h.ivt lasted more than two
tu;s »es 1 XI of th«* aheep com mi-«
It marks rr«*l »rr!. nu
shots.
Klart ith Vail«
H un ters . n the «afe at Just’ t«» 5 1 « » fHHIfMHI
!
At
him less than T aft.
A >rri
Situati *n has lie V e|i ipe
» st d s.i *• r 4 y rx his tainrd nifi
The "battle" will r , . i It . in much vai **¡"11 t h** »• interni Or. ‘L'on men inten • I t
K l a m a t h river near l i t e r » landin g thr 4
« V VX .1 f b ipplY
A man has ju st been arres’ ed in uable information w ch wil lie used tak»» ?$<<iiif raciicial a<*tion to pr«*\ ent fur report .the finding o f i pair of m l rr ii ( 1 .lahuitu or the Indian Tern h t »r ifl f« «•><
I fir man
hi)« .1 YS III hi.! k. u n i !
Michigan for a murder committed in l.v the experts o f thi­ lavy ic t h e plan- ther
ene roacl ir
s t»f
\\ utliingto:
lucks ue»ting intong the tule»
T h e t«»ry **r »• Y »fie prw Stai«- «>f ( fkl.il. in i watet
it $ fit f u .Ir ml Illg f . - n
i
Colorado 15 years ago.
\t 1 K*>>crr th* \rk.m
river » " t i ­
run in tin1 \\Y nah i fore
rling f future men-, war. It
re***f\ • bird» are
mall and suppose.I to lu­
1 lie r it y auth
.
Mr. H y tii»’. wh> is ext« n- \ «•! v en ci un au ..ui teal, a species o i duck r irr|> titili« l t rise up 1 «> last ni« lt luit this hcitiK f*« »led
i t
wing tile
the power
I h . w
An ex-member of the United States double effect o f showing
liefoi they i .i
At elafe it may 1*’ ,t YY l
• raisi '■ j; himself, i» pm
in
ecu m flu» «ei si n
T h e pe!:, -o» 111**1 nini; J»* Kan Kra«lually t« low»r
secret service is in trouble at Flagstad , American gun« wiieii directed again-t
consumer
that ! 01 it
axr »till iesti.fr tf « immiai YNat* r xiipi *ly M* «»i
arm r plate as it i« actually presented nhatic• in prat*»»* of
compuU.F.r J ; P j ¡lav c re tu rn e d in great number«
. ir u o n a , for trying to extort money.
wlillr. llu S»' Y\ii«* tail allu ni i Mr 1 « ; ,
in a *ich- at »ea, and the «tri-ngth of »•mhr law par»««'(i at the las’, '• «*i n of j ' P ' i u g
T h e rapid g ro w th of the itv YS lltic nit K is a s a result t»f tflC pillili
tn«r wat er if in p m at. axle oi w« 1 !
T h e troops of the pretender to the the arm or in withstanding the impact the b ’L'i*! atiir*-. He «ays Or» ^on *•hcep
I md tin- « c t tl r m c n t of the hill» he n d in.un hrr.tkintf
M orocco thr ne have looted all the gov­ of the 12-inch projectiles in warfare
In W« f ( iutfirir Ys Jirrr ni'»rr than ami tlissi w I d * < .um« •t ire df 1 nh i fig 1 ! :
I are m.w P rictic t •- fr* «’ from *i ** »»O* of t vv r r i Bake I- vx inn.i and tile 1 pper
ernment buildings and houses of the
w ef. stiTtiierged. tln » a t r i w iter that i . .tue. ont o f the moms
every k i n «I, an !l th-' wool is o f •. 11 nucb K Ian ath lake seemed f..r «ever.il year»
I hirtrrn men. w. unen and . Iiil.lt it
sultan.
d
rim
ed
off
fast Palay, and CiinditiiiU»
I hi^heir £ r i*io th an in forrruT v e a n
'v . «t to hiive driven tIn- pelt. ..ns to
w ile i aught in t III ■ over tl. .vv in the 1 !eu
N EW S C H E M E U N E A R T H E D .
!
g
in
to
.ix
unir
a
norm
al
a«p«ct
The•
rill
r.ini^t
r
1
1
'
■
n
has
at
W
lHhui^t
u
While preparations were in progress
nthcl ■ eld*
H o w ever, they ar> h e r
Their . . unlit!..n liei .une ..
\ rutilili Shawner
Sapttlpa
Tul»a. ton river
1 fav r<f*«! tii»* w<kolfcfrowers in thr- PIvor • Il gr
f i r the funeral of a Kansas City man.
uiiiiibiTs tin- year
Jr-ik« and other t nix himdrrds of [ i n . .rn.il» that thev w . t r T reed to
S
’
1
th.
.
irr**n
te. to
l**trim«*nt of (>n k'on
the supposed corp»e sat up and asked O r i e n t a ls D ie W h ile B e in g E x p r e s s e d
talli
d l.ilxirers ire it wt.i'. renairing It - I tin- chi l dren up- n tin ir boul der»
■ *<■'** k r lien.
.1 lJ**t wliat a«'r »n w I be
for a drink.
Into T h i s C o u n t r y .
Double the E nrollm ent.
They
trai'kx and binine»
\t Stigli r tlie t a t > keep t hem f r o m d r o wn i n g
• taken Mr Srnythc* was n* • prepir« *1 to
Mrs. Harry Thaw has withdrawn her
I
Washing- n. May 2 9 —Tw elve Chi- say. 1 ut 1h»* thi riks th«? «;• >ri:rriÌMM .»ri will
n.idtan rivrr ha» m u le a complete »I«“ ..I in water al most it j. t o t hr u l i n k s
rstty
i.t
I In-gun.
Engen.
fur ten ho ur s until r e s e ur d
s lit for divorce. It is thought this is a ne»e live- was the price paid by daring m-ike re.. oinrri«*ndat ¡••ns th t the
f or* Judging from tin- o p p i l o :n.ns that ate i hange of course, and tailroat) bridge»
move to gain control o f any property smuggle-- to experiment with a new ♦**»t ry lie,,; ir* in * * rit at
th«* nati -nal * .»: •ital IMHiring into the Registrar'- urtici-, the that f..rmrrly »panne.1 th.it streani .ne
he may have.
-rheme h r evasion " i the immigration will nTt .1 ire t«> O V e riook.
i n - I n n n class o f next September will remlered u»elr»»
N O R T H C A R O L IN A DRY.
%»
________
T ! e government has ju st dis­
he the large t in the history of the ittii
M rs Allred V a n d e rb ilt has secured law-
covered
t'
u
a
dozen
Orientals
wh
at-
M
ort
H
O
R
R
O
R
S
I
N
C
R
E
A
S
E
a divorce.
Prohibition S w e , j x S t a t e F r o m End
C o m p l e t e E l g i n - J o s e p h Li ne
ii'mp’ ed
g u n entrance to this cou n­
¡hav e already Itern received ir.»m grail
to End <t Elm lions.
In the Portland mail rom th* East u ne» o f the different bigi
Presid en t Falliere», of F r a n c e , is try by I n . -,g themselves crated and
• lu 1 and
v i-iting K in g Edward.
' i i Urn t of academies throughout the tale and u R re n t S t o r m in T e x a s C o s t at L ea s t
expn
ffi m E l P a s o to ■ .r- Gi in ra! Manager J
Balt igh N l ‘ May 2 k N rth ( at
lile O K ft N compari v • ha- re< •• ved i- «afe to predict that tiler.- « ill |,c at
IOO Lives
obl i a wax evrrteil f .r stale wnde prolti
A S e a ttle w om an sent h e r d a u g h ­ New- » or' were dead upon arrival.
Acting i ” '- u i" j. .-’ i t of Immigration Mie l o n g e x ju'Ctc 1 1 him :r!i<.«. • from h a s t Inn more, as many in -him n do
m ajority rx|iin.il< >1
ter for a do cto r and then c o m m i t t e d
Dallas,
l
e
x
.
May 27
As 'lie hours Titioii l u i 'il.iy Tv
New 'l ork To proceed vv
con«-fu.
’
ion
Earned
admi-ted
P
day
that
a
gigantic
not
apply
for
standing
until
..
lieg,
at lo IMltl t o I * IHM, ui reports received
suicide.
pas» j h r horrors of the tl.. .| m tins
I the Elgin E * eph :
-tuuggling rent had been unearthed on
• •it opens in the fall
np to midni ght
W T . Hamilt >n, the last liv ing of • ’ i- Ti-xas 1»Tiler and that Chinese In-
tin- amount in
eetion increase.
It i» Itelievnl the | I he p i . ihtl.it ton t n ki t earned 7» nut
iry to c i m ­
General Cu»tcr s scouts, has j u s t died • ■ 'r Babe rk.
ne #.f the keenest píete the line, has Teen |
ieri I • • un
eoinplcte list of dead, when compiled. of lite •»» munti. . Itv ov t t w helming ma
S t o c k e d With Fish.
'inc, to 4 un men will Te i.
at Butte, M ont.
d etrhs :n il-.,
•vice, is n
■■il .it once.
tr N t
IT « j.r 'uhit ti ti. 1 et h .* . .1 .
will »how
least tuo live» to bave lorities
B
a
k
e
r
(
'i
t
v
T
h
o
m
a
s
If
I'ark
-r.
of
!
"
>
r
the
1
-
1
two
mon-!
-
.rk
'
o
n the trail o f the arc h ­
anti. • iza-
nintie» 11 y 111:11 riiies appruxt
T h e P r e s b y t e r ia n gen eral a s s e m b ly
!>crn
lost
the
s
tate
fish
e
o
m
m
is
sio
n
,
r
t
e
e
i
v
n
l
at
is
istilli.Ur.|
lli.il
]
<i.i
n
mi l ini 2H
D u o n g il..'! Yen received the
'ion
from
Mr.
Harriinau
t
r tin w* »rk
irpses
v ill seek a c lo s e r union o f th e P r e s ­
.• h
mi
I hi» 1 ah 11I.1t 1011 ix partly
,
i
l
.
i
.
.mating 5.* m
o f !T- countrymen from the
having T. en d m - j , , , (|
r as N o rth P o w d e r tin- o t h e r dav ::l (tint [•' ;»!*• ari- 11..Miele
:pr«'«x 1 a- Ti-t-n expected «l.ulv
tiinat« » and thè urnhilii
byterian churches.
trou
t,
which
h
i
v
e
b
een
placed
in
tin
n 1 nry trin-
i n from their houses by the raging wa |ti"ii I» 1. T t » iv tliat il is |»»»sihle f.-r
y and will tie arrested
trace the effects o f last v a -
iw 1 s b een d eclare i still insane
,f him can be found by the det
g'-nry began !«> wain Mr <1 Brien i’ na«!f lakes at the head of North 1’ovvdt
ters
ive
thè |.r..luliii 1..11 in .i ju r i i ) t . . r c . u h 5 h . puu
river
a>itl
in
o
t
h
e
r
s
tre
a
m
s
near
l»y
but he will try to avoid r e t u r n i n g to
« v fun»!: i to
A tel. "grain fr m Duong I Ion "tl to annlication for t ! " «■
The limpet ty !..
i» « 'imatril to he ,
, I he eteri ioti ., pa ed " l i v«i v quietlv.
the M atte aw an asylum .
li- fri- •nd« at F.I Pa« > re leale ! the caniplete the road to J
¡ l;
at 1. ., t >25 oop.oou „»e r the entire 11I( , , , , „ lrlM„ , ,
I a l l ) l l l l |Mi rt al l i e h e i l i g
PORTLAND M ARKETS.
Dfficial Interpreter I ’ine Ming
»trirken ib sinct.
........
S e n a to r Slayden . o f T e x a s , is o p­ plot.
—
w
I
lie
I
r
u
.
"
y
river
has
surpassed
all
|
|„
x
overheard
hi»
countrymen
at
El
Paso
Drain M ore Klamath L in d .
•1
Ti l i l i
«I i t e vv
posed to the S e a t tl e fair and say s the
iti-
("Inh, 89i- per h it'lie l; ret re. r«l
W heat
reading a me-vage which informed them
l .a«t night it wa» I h In-veti the j , l|( j 7 .-, 1 ,«Mt
cou ntry is tirin g of e xp o sitio n s.
Klamath Fall- — T . v l x «* fiuti cd
x7i , hlue-tetn. 92c; Valley er> t of thr tlond had heen reached her
Russian, ¡»7c
that the twelve men in the crates were
,
i
, .
Every huge town ut the «tate exi-ent
- f Kht ith Vic
T h e r e is a d esperate effort in con dead upon arrival. M m g inform«-. d In- aer«-x o f swamp land te
l.ut more ram» ni the north h:ivr »ent Wiliiimgti
t"ti .imi Durham wi-nt probi
T. r«*cla ed
g r e -s to pass a c u rr e n c y bill b y hold ««vectors fieorge H arris and F . W Tails, near Naylor, v
B arley- I-« t-d, $25 50 [it r to n , rolled tin- wat.-r* down with increased fui y
Inti« «u.
Ic ill" .»tier-. Fred M < i! i a fT«l [■ Im
ir.g up the public building bill.
«27
5ityi
2«
30
b
rew
ing
,
Berkshire o f the plot and they rep ort< «1 1 lagel-tein. E.atul a«l;o • • .«
n..I today the Hoods w«re greater than
I ml« r tin 1 Igu lain'Tl of the prohibí
has r.
«1
O ats
No. 1 white, $27 30 per toil yesterday and loiituiually incrrasitig.
b ully a qu a r ter o f a m illion men it to the bureau he r e .
lion lull submitted to the people there
•al.lt' e .e r gray. $27
It is believed that the «muggier«
Business i» suspended and Mayor will lu- n«« manufacture or »ale . .f intox
em ployed
in
E n g lis h
shipbuild ing
n in Klamath
an«l tin's
H ay T i m o t h v . W i ll a m e t t e V a l l e y Hay has organized a relief and rescue
c rat.d the men on the Mexican side of
yards have accepted a cut in w ag es.
¡tc.ilmg liipior» m tin
lat«- after Jjinu
when drained v
tf
up
into
*17 [>er to ll; W i ll a m e t t e V alley , « r corps, the members o f which have been Il V . I ...... .
the line, hauled them across the river 'Piali
patches
t . . r«| , ue
M o re than 10 0 g o v e rn m e n t m e a t in to El Paso, T e x a s , where thev con­
din
ary,
$13;
E
a
s
t
e
r
n
f
l
r
c
g
o
t
i.
$1»
30;
doing
most
heroic
work.
o f th e Oregon East«
t. ui g t i ' i t th m ixed $!<'.; elov er, $11; alfalfa, $12,
sp e cto rs held a c o n fe re n c e in C h ic a g o signed them by express to New York.
! fp .in Klamath Fall
R e f u g e e s S w e p t Away.
•
’ tn.tt. will alfalfa meal. $20
on the e n fo rc e m e n t of the new meat
Big C lo ck S t a r t e d .
i cross thi» are; r.f ,i hi
ml ami tlie
i ii'p e c t io n law.
Oklahoma
( i t v . O k l a , Mav ’ S
\
I)re«se«l
Meats
H
o
g
s
,
fancy,
kc
(>er
Will Fight T u b e r c u l o s is .
Ilk. will be u ni ut dra
New York, May 2 7 —When May«r
K it.
pound: ord in ary, 7 r ; large, Gc; veal
I »peeial from Collier. O k l a , near the
The
O k la h o m a
legislature
has
St. Louis. May 2 9 — T o prevent the
Wittpen, o f Jersey City, pressed a tiny
e x t r a 7«-; ord in ary, 6 c ; heavy, 5c; mitt
passed a law which provides for
l e x a s I hm ’, says that I I persons who
spread o f tuberculosis in this city, rec- ; N e v a d a ’ s G o v e r n o r an O r e g o n ia n .
ton. fancy, »D 9c.
button he set in motion the mechan-
p e n ite n tia ry term for any em p lo ye r
had
taken refuge on an island formed
ords
«howing
that
72
per
cent
of
the
O ntario
Den S Di- k«T»on, wh«. is
B u tter— Extras.
25c
per pound;
in o f the largest elock in the world.
who re fu ses w ork to a man becau se
lief ween the new and old channels o f
he i» a m e m b e r of a union, P in k e rto n mortality is caused by the disease, the now G o v e rn o r of N«- «I , »ire J ' n fancy. 2 1 c ; < hoiee, 2d r; «tore, [fir
As the giant minute hand began to
Red river, were drowned late today,
Egg-
Candled, I9(fi20c per d o z e n ;
d ete ctiv e s are a lso barred fro m the health department has submitted an o r ­ Spark«, d e r m -ed. i- . Ma': .-ur C o u n ­
move tin- boats on the river and the
ty b oy, aged .t y «■ r
Hi- paren«» u n r . n d l e d . l k l r [ler (lo/en.
state.
vxhi'ii th«' fliuul waters covere«! the pl.o e
dinance to the a -emhly naming tuber­ r« - «le «Tl a farm fro miles w r i t
Í
P o u ltry
M ixed c h irk e n s , 12\rn 19e f.i. tori, on land ioinrd in a chorus of
where
they hail taken ri fugi- Although
P e t e r Daly, the ac to r, is dead.
culosis among the contagious, m a lig ­ Vale
! ! «• !«*ft thi-
*. •. «even V ' - i r»er p o u n d ; fancy hens, l.’l j(«/ 14c whi tli s T h e dial of the clock is visi­
weighted
down with a train of ballast,
nant
and
infectious
di«ea«es.
T
h
e
o
r
d
i
­
tili-
f
r
miles
along
the
Hudson
river.
ago
f«.r
i
t
and
■
I
the
Min-
-«
r«io«ters.
He;
fryers.
22?''«/
d.'p;
hr«.ilers
Good p ro g re ss is b e in g mad e on the
nance prohibit« any books from the Union in W h ite B i t . ( ,unty, an<l 2 0 l'«i22?e; ducks, old. 16«i/17r; spring It i, :: h feet in diami-b-r, with an area the "K.aly" railroad bridge went out at
S e a t t l e fair buildings.
public library I,ring issued to a tu!#cr- when the union a«k««l r«« g n itio n on 2 2 1'll 2 5 c ; geese. H(ri9r; turkev» alive
f
»«in.are f««t
The minute hand ¡ 9 o'clock last night
T h e river is over
T h e N o rth e rn B a p t is t con v en tio n cular person, requires all policemen to the «tate tiekef he \> ••« n .merj .as (je û­ 160/ 1 He for h e n -, I ID [6c for g o b b l e r s ; 1 20 fei t hing ami wi iglis a third of t
three miles wide and r rutting a new
for 190‘ j will m e e t in P ortla n d.
report consumptive cases, and requires
ton.
ami
th«-
weight
o
f
the
entire
d
o
c
k
nant governor.
H e -irved in the d ressed, 17(ri IHr
•' ha n nel around the town.
A poles S e le c t, $2 50 per b o x : fancy. i» d o se to six tons.
A statue of the late S e n a t o r H anna ill.' isolation of a consumptive in a hos- P hilippine war, enlisting in P ortla n d.
pi'.al under proper conditions
$2; r h '. i ’ e. $1 50; or«lin.arv, $t 2.7.
has ju s t b e e n unveiled at Cleveland
Royalty C an 't Pay Bills.
Potato«
f)l«l O re g o n » , choice. 70
O hio .
A u to to C a r r y T o u r is t s .
S trik in g C a r m e n Return.
U n v e il M e m o r ia l M o n u m e n t .
i
t
1
1
i
n
.
i
...
u
r
e
n
Lisbon,
Mav
I In- royal house
Oi
««ir
p
e
r
htinilrr«!;
sw
eet,
5
l
c
per
KTimnth Fai'«. - ■ , . ,| \f. Me[«i
E a s t e r n railroads will resist the I n ­
pound.
I
okio.
May
2
9
—General
B
a
ro
n
Nogi
tyre,
of
the
Mein
tvre
Tratis[K)rtati«
n
te r s t a te C o m m e rc e C o m m is s io n ’s rates
S t r a w b e r r i i s O r e g '.n . 1d«^.I7le j u t their brothers on »trike were voting creditors and the newspaper« ( l f E i s I h u i
was designated W i'In e -d a y to he the rompanV. has [Iiir«-hti»e.| an II pn«»eng« r
for accountin g.
today to remain out, flirt striking c a r - j ' ,r'' hlhd with libel nits, brought by
IN,.
Pf,un«E
automobile,
and
will
put
it
nn
the
"
hief official in the r« r« moni' S incident
T h o u s a n d s of people are s w arm in g
V e g e t ai,le» T lirnip s *1 50 [ter « irk nu n applied for their old positions and r" v l' 1.' .
already have
,
, ,
letwe«-n Dorris and this eitv. A er- w
| awarded a hiilrher $2lrt .and rust*, the
t o tlic I ’uget Sound cities t o see the to tl.e unveiling o f the Russian memo- of nun <n now w«.king on th«. roa«l T< r a r r o t s ,
$1 50^<i t 75;
be«-ts.
$1 25;
were
reinstated.
T
h
e
traffic
is
now
ra(W
I
amount
of
unpaid
in.
.,1
hill against
A t la n ti c b attleship fleet.
rial monument « r«ct« «I l,v the Japan«- « tween l>«.rr;« and Ken... gutting it in par«nips. $ 1 2 5 ; r a h h a g e , $ I 7 5 D 2 j.er i'llv apprnarhing a normal state, and Dowager Dneen Maria I ’ia and thr
b e a n s , wax. 70i He j»«-r penimi;
A H o b o k e n , N. J ., ju stice o f the o«oph at Port Arthur, hi m«ni rv of »Tape f .,r antomof.ile ««-rviee, and it. H rw t
oll.i-ialx »ay the usual nnniher o f cars Duke of ( Ip,.rio
| he situation arises
peace says he m arried Anna Gould »he famous «i. ge of that city, and the e x f e e 'e d that the run e in he made in beati le ttu re , 1 2 l D l 5 r fier «lo/en; « «•! will he in operation shortly. The strik lout o f the f i d that tin- royal family
H5r
per
«loz«n;
asparagtts,
$t
50
zallant
fighting
done
in
u
defen«e
two
hour»
from
en«l
of
rail
to
this
eitv.
f’
rv
.
and P rin ce de S a g a n b efo re th e y left
rs, however, say the company is hadlv has not rerrived a single penny from
per b o x ; e g g plani, 20c per poitnd;
■v hen those in the stronghold held out |
f o r E uro pe.
rippled a i d say they are confident of the stale n i n e King Carlo» and his son
parsley, 25e per doz«-n; peas, 5 D 6 J c
«. bravely an«l with such determination
S c o u r i n g M ills to R e o p e n ,
T h e airship W h i t e W in g , built by u»ainst the attack which eventually
[>er nottnd: pepper», 20r per potimi; winning T h e y h a v e further plena f..r wen a 1 inated font month* ago.
B ald w in , is m ak in g successful flight« proved successful.
P en d le to n.
1» wa« announced a few radishes 15r per d o z e n ; rhttharh 2r lite eampaign.
in New Y o rk .
Bald w in was the in-
«lays a g o that the wheels o f the P c n - per nottnd; «ninarh. He p r r poun«l;
M o r e P la g u e A p p e a r s .
F e a r s t Wms H’» Fipht.
vent< r o f the airship at the I.evvis and
dleton «« oitrinp mill« wonl«l he started ca n liflo w cr , $2 50 per r r ite
Willemstad, Curacao, May 26 - T h r
S
n
o
w
S
t
o
r
m
in
M
o
n
tan
a.
C la rk fair.
turning about fune 1
H o p s — 1907 prime an«1 rh o ir e . 6«iì>
New Y o rk , " M a y 27.— William R report lim i the Port o f La Guayr.t
1,'izeman. M o n t , M ay 29.— A heavy rrmdition o f the woot m a r k e t is rc- 6 j e per p'tund; olds, 2 D .f r p r r p«iun«1 Hears! won an important victory to
would lie reonened in thr immediate fu-
A C h ic a g o w o m an b ro u gh t b ac k to now«torm
Iiiesdav
night
impaired «ponsihle for the late « i , rt hut it
W o o l- F.astrrn
O regon,
a v e rag e 'lay in his long fight for a recount o f ture i» ronsiderrd lu re to lie premu­
life a f t e r bein g pronounced dead is
vire service and did great damage to will not sh o rte n the s ea s o n ’s rim Sev hest, 1 1 D I ór per potind. a rc o rd in g to tile hall t« cast in the mayoralty elee- tore, as it is unofficially stated that aiT-
s o r ry she was revived
S h e says her
I'r' etpjtation -luring this eral thou sand pound« o f wool are ! s h r in k a g e ; V a l 'r y , t o D I2«r.
lion in I9rt5, when fieorge It McClel- other rase o f Imhonie plague has oe-
soul trav e rsed a beautiful c o u n try in o ,,,i,
r,y ’ 1
l#
(>f any *\fay in now on hand and m o r e is a r r i v i n g
M o h a ir Choice \H<n 18$r p^r pounrl lan was declared elerted. and at last the rurred tliere since the issuance o f I'rea-
spirit land.
I Cascara Bark—3|(ii4c per pound.
luaxes are to be opened.
idem Castro's decree.