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DISASTER on ship .
ULTIMATUM TO CHINA.
HER BAILING PREVENTED.
Commandsr Roper, of Qunboat Pstrsl,
Russian Threat Unless Manchurian
Injunction Sult Against British Mule
Treaty la Signed.
WASHINGTON, April 1.- Ths navy
I WASHINGTON, April 3. Informa
NEW ORLEANS, April 4—Proceed
department early this morning r*
tion bus reached here to the effect
ings wefe brought In the United States
from All Part* ol
New World '«ivcd a cublegram front Admiral Item» of Interest brom All Parts that the Russian government, being
seriously perturbed by the tourse of Gunboat Will Carry Him From court her« today by representatives Aguiruldo Acknowledges Uncle
Homey, ■ «mmnnder In < hl«f of the As I
of th« Boers to prevent the sailing of
China In not signing the Mam hurlan
and the Old.
of the State.
lath station, giving a brief account ut
the ship Anglo Australian, loaded with
La Guayra to San Juan.
agreement, largely because of thn
• flic hi the «all room of th« gunboat
protest made by the several powers,
mules, consigned to the British in
Petrel, and ,,f (h„
of lho ,.om
has conveyed a dlatlnct and unmis
South Africa. Judge Parlange, after
Dt INTrRfST TO OUff MANY READE'S mandlng offl<«r, Lieutenant Command commi riial and i inancial happenings takable Intimation to China that If WILL 7EACH
A LESSON reading the petition, issued an order REPORT FROM GENERAL MACARTHUR
«r Jesse M Ituper, as a result of a
requiring th« defendants In the case to
!>« an Interruption ut diplomatic re
h< rol< effort tu reaiue th« men below.
show cause April 6 why a preliminary
>mp «lwmlv« Rrvhw of th« Important Hap
Ih«i dlsputih states that 22 other of
Th« Ex-Chi«l ol th« Tipi R c I m I* Promis««
and a termination ut the present In Th« Miniitsr'a Futur« Action Will Depend Injunction should not be granted.
penis«, id th« l’a»' W«U In •
Hunts ol th* Many Industrio TIiroujK
lb are and men war« prostrated, but
tercourse between them. This Is lit
Allugcthcr on Hi« Conltrtncc With
The petition sets forth that the
Promix* to B«com« « Pticubl« and
all are recovering, Admiral Ramey's
out Our Thriving < ommonwsalth.
tle short of an ultimatum that China
United States and Ita people are at
Secretary ol Stata Hay.
Uw Abidin* Citiz«a.
dlspati l> follow*
must sign or take th<- consequences of
peace with the South African repub
"Cavite, March 31 Fire was dis-
Governor Allen, of I’orto Rico me y
At he ns--Negotiations are pending with Russia.
WASHINGTON, April 3—Frank their citizens; that Oreat Britain is
WASHINGTON, April 4.—The war
i'ovnied In th« sail room
______ of tho Petrol
To what extent the United States IxMinils, United Hlates minister to Ven at war with these republics, seeking department today received Informa
it 7 o i lo< k thia morning. Roper < om- for u skimming plant at Athena.
Chief Burgeon Hall, of Northern '.landing After going below one«, he
Pendleton—The <> Il A N. will sup-
tion from General MacArthur that
Luzon. 1» «$«*•*•
went again ugslual advice, ami al- ply Its yards ut Pendleton with a new position to enforie the signing of the stxrn be on his way to the United credit of the petitioners; that for tne Agulnaldo haa taken the oath of al
Ipnes th« valet, told how be killed «mpled to re. over th« men beluvr. He switch engine.
parent It appears to be the policy of IxMinils depends upon the conference Anglo Australian Is now loading at this legiance to the United States under
*aa sufforated. and died at 7 46.
the Chinese authorities to consider which will be held at the state de port with munitions of war. namely, the terms of amnesty offered by Gen
Klutlng In Ilousla la nu longer con
as a subject which concerns the partment between Becretary Hay and mules and horses to the number of eral MacArthur by direction of the
wcie entirely prostialed, but are ra- milling plant will soon be Installed at this
fined io students
powers quite as much as It does China. himself when the minister reaches 1200, and to the value of $150,000; president. The dispatch conveying
overIng Tin- tire I» out; damage the Badger mln«, near Husanvllle
The mutter haa become further com Washington. Until the secretary haa that the steamer is employed In the this Information contained much more
Tin* Itciiver election resulted In a mtuaterlal
Will send Roper’s re-
Philomath—Two carloads of ma plicated by reports reaching Wash- had a/i opportunity to talk freely with military service of the king of Great than waa given to the public. The
mains by Buffalo
Ington that the Chinese authorities Mr Loomis as to the conditions In Britain; that for some time defendants portion withheld related to the future
1 b« department at on«« sent a tel- chlnery. have arrived for the new sa w-
agUllisl''-" has subscribed to ths
divided on the course to be pur Venezuela, it cannot be known posi have been forwarding From thia port disposition of Agulnaldo and made
«gram Io H F Fay. toother In law of mill. In course of construction near are
oath of alleglsnie
sued. some of the most Influential In tively whether or not he will return such munitions of war. knowing that suggestions as to what the late chief
Cfiiii’ c Gilecom has effected a eel
cluding LI Hung Chang, urging that to his post. Mr. Ixjomis has been the these munitions and the ship were In of the insurrection might accomplish.
Longwood, Maas, asking that he In
Buena Vieta—The steamer Modoc i«< quiescence be given to th« Russian
Iknient with Turkey
of bitter attacks by some of the military service of Great Britain, No official statement could be ob
from Mrs Roper of the news. The ran Into the ferryboat at Buena Vista proposals, while others insist on re object
the Venezuelan newspapers, not solely and they were to be used against the tained as to what finally would be done
There have liven 1« cnses of plague following expression of sympathy and the other night,
Tho lotupuny paid jecting tin- agreement The attitude tiecause of the asphalt controversy, people of the South African republic, with the prisoner, but it was emphat
st Han Francisco thia year
appreciation was also made; "With the damage.
of LI Hung Chang Is accounted for by but also because he was charged with and the Orange Free State; that de ically stated that he would be held for
Agulnaldo * last pro< Inmatlon ha* this sad new« the department sende to
well known friendliness for Rus making false reports to bls govern fendants sre making use of New Or the present, but would be granted ail
Echo—John L. Crawford, of Echo, bls
Mrs Roper d««p sympathy In the great
tx-i-ti r«< < lved st Washington.
sian Interests. In this case, however, ment touching the insurrectionary leans as a basis of tke military opera possible Immunity consistent with ex
pile of rocks falling there appears to lie arrayed against government ln Venezuela.
oaa ah« haa sustained, and the highest
tions of Great Britain In Its war in isting conditions. General MacArthur
Oregon stone will be used In con applet
lallun of th« gullantry and self on him. He sustained a compound him the strong Influence of the south
The minister did inform the state South Africa, and to augment -ita has hopes that a great deal may be
structiiMi of Salem postolfice
lai-ilfit-e with whl<h Lieutenant Com
ern viceroys, Chan Chi Turig and Lal department of the conditions as be military supplies and arms, that by accomplished through Aguinildo. Dur
Willie McCormics, a 10 year old Now mander Roper guv» hla Ilf« for hla
Kun Yl, who oppose the alining of saw them, and the prospects of the the us« of these munitions the armies ing the time he has been a prisoner
York boy has been kidnapped.
It was a heroic deed "
revolutlanary movement. The Vene of Great Britain are laying waste and he has made quite a favorable Impres
at Corvallis, conveying
A. J the treuty.
Lieutenant Commander Roper was Johnson to J II Albert 2566 acres rf
Tacoma republicans gained two
The i reports reaching here this zuelan government could not have di destroying the farms and home of pe sion upon General MacArthur. Gen
born In Missouri, and entered th«
counrlltnen In the city election
morning showed that the agreement rect knowledge of the minister's re titioners and holding as prisoners of eral MacArthur’s dispatch follows:
naval service June 25, I HIM He__ land at Kings Valley for $10,000.
had not yet been signed, Its status port. but because they were followed war the wife and children of one of
"Manila, April 2.—Adjutant Gen-
Carter Harrison van re elected may commission. I to the rank held by was
Is most peculiar. The time within by the appearance of three United the petitioners. Samuel Pearson; that
Washington: Since arrival at
or of Chicago by 5 < 257 plurality.
al the lime of bls death. March 31. lowa county sheepherder, committed whh-h It was to be signed expired last States warships in Venezuelan waters, Samuel Pearson hss already suffered 1 eral,
Manila. Agulnaldo has. at Malacanan,
Prohibitionist* were defeated In the 1899, and was ordered to the command Suicide at the Hayes Kernan ranch He Tuesday, but on that day Yang Yu. they came to the conclusion that the the destruction and loss of property to been
Investigating conditions In ar
principal town eleflon* In Kanaaa.
of Ihr petrel November 15. 189» The left a note saying that lie war tirer the Chinese minister, fell In the St. minister reported as very menacing the value of $90.000. and is threatened chipelago.
He has relied almost en
I’etersburg legation and hurt his head and serious revolutionary movements with the loss of $150,000 more, and, tirely upon the instructive advice of
liner ax«ata prevent th« sailing of Petn-I was one of the vessels under of life.
a mule transport from New Orleans Admiral lu sry nt the battle of Mu
Sprague River — John and Ixiuls so that he was unable to transact bus which the government organs were finally, that the war can be carried on Chief Justice Arellano. As a result,
nils bay. when she was In charge of Gerber have purchased of _ the
__ state iness This misfortune caused much trying their best to minimize. There by Great Britain only through the re today he subscribed and swore to the
J I Morgan dc-ilea that bo la try Lieutenant Commander Wood
The 610 acres of land on Sprague river.
. amusement here, and some Irritation fore these papers lost no opportunity newal of its military supplies from declaration on page 11 of my annual
Ing to puri base tho Panama canal latter otfi.. r . .or .- home ahortly after, known
as the O c Applegate Metlon ln "’r,aln quarters, as It had been of attacking Mr. IxMirnls tn print, and this port, and that when these sup report.
and Lieutenant Commander Hoprr sue- for about $6000.
recognised as a timely means of have succeeded in making his lot un plies cease, the war must end. In con
The oath referred to Is as follows:
sideration of these statements an In "1 hereby renounce all allegiance to
avoiding a direct action on the sub pleasant.
It I* rumored at Pao Ting Fu that ■ceded him The Buffalo. on which the
Medford—The contractors who are ject.
It Is only fair to state that the junction Is asked to prohibit the ship any and all so-called revolutionary gov
th« Mam hurlan treaty haa been «Mains will be sent home, la used for digging
It Is not clear to what extent the Venezuelan charge here asserts posi ment of military supplies out of the ernments ln the Philippine islands,
about to return to the United States below Medford to the Britt farm on Russian Intimation has gone, but In tively ti et these attacks were made port. A temporary injunction is asked and recognize and accept the supreme
Rolla Wells, democrat, was elected by way of the Mediterranean.
Rogue river, have their work nearly any event it gives an urgency to by Irresponsible newspapers and that In the meantime.
authority of the United States of
mayor of St I win I* by about 10.000
completed This ditch will enable Mr China's course which has not been the government was not behind them. ,
America therein. I do solemnly swear
llrltt to utilize a large tract of pumice presented thus far.
SIX MONTHS MORE.
and deprecated them. If Mr. Ixximis
that I will bear true faith and alle
confirms this view, and he cares to
Oregon school fund loans have ticen
giance to that government; that I will
MUCH MISERY IN FRANCE.
return to Caracas, he will be per Findings of the Military Court
at all times conduct myself as a faith
Increased $»l 'XMJ in the last three Then, General Young Says, a Small
Rogue River—Jesse Orme, while
Force Will Do In the Philippines.
ful and law-abiding citizen of the said
prospecting on tho south bank of
WASHINGTON, April 3.—The find- ,8l?n£8' a.?d -Wl’1 ”Ot’ e,th®r d,rect1Y
HYN FRANt'IHCO. April L Major Rogue river, about a mil« west of
Senator Rand* wilt accept appoint
seilles—Floods Add to Distress.
or Indirectly, hold correspondence with
mmt of Wa'.lilngtiui commissioner for General H li M Young, who arrived Savage rapids, found some good pay
Venezuela, for. as above stated, I ings of the military court of inquiry or give intelligence to an enemy of
PARIS, April 3.—The masters per to
DOS exposition In Portland
from Manila today on the transport dirt He dug a little ditch, built a re«
the United States, nor will I abet,
ervolr and ground-sluiced for 12 days, slst in their refusal to discuss a dav this matter should be treated until
Heavy snow In Northwestern Kan Logan. sal<l
and the < lean up amounted to about of eight hours, which has all along Mr. IxMimls has been personally con leged to have been accorded to the harbor or protect such enemy; that I
General Funston's exploit was one $6u lie found two or three nuggets been regarded by the strikers as the
late Oscar L. Booz. ex-cadet at the impose upon myself these voluntary
MS haa slopped railway traffic
of rrinarkaule bravery, and he Io de ut $6 each and several more worth $4 crucial ¡mint In the dispute. In spite suited. The squadron, which is at West Point military academy, have obligations without any mental reserv
and provisions ate tunning short
serving of f"
the nlghi-st recognition at ea<h.
of the increasing number of freight vers. is about to head north in a few been made public at the war depart- ations or purpose of evasion, so help
It Is probable that laird Salisbury Hie hands ■ of our government. This
now working, quantities of per days. One or two of the vessels will ment. The findings of the military > me God."
will resign as prim« mlnl*ter of Eng talk about West Point Influence* is
Condon—A disastrous “"'(« up" took dockers
ft has been suggested that under
lie rotting on the docks
land sooner than «(petted. Mr Pal all booh
If any such at nt omen ta place at the sheep cv».,- if 4 It Bar Twenty-one steamers are awaiting be sent first to Kingston. Jamaica, but court are summed up In a letter writ- ■ the terms of the notice of amnesty,
four I* mentioned as a su< < eoeor
the stay will be temporary, and the ten to Secretary Root, which accom the prisoner should be set at liberty
have been made that graduates of ker. near Condon On a separation discharge.
West Point I or men who have risen of the ewes from the lambs the latter
The general strike, while it lasted whole squadron will Boon be under panies the report. The letter says: at once, but there is a provision in the
Th« mayor of Havana resigned.
from the ranks will oppose Funston's plied up In a ditch, and 88 head were and the continued suspension of way for Tomklnsville.
"The findings of this court of in amnesty proclamation which says that
decided that in the interest quiry,
Salisbury Is said to lie Improving.
advancement. It has come from the smothered.
are sustained by the evi those who have violated the laws of
work, has done enormous Injury tc of It a was
passage to the United dence, which
Sumpter It Is reported from Rump the commerce and industry of Mar States, quick
the statements which war are excepted from Its terms.
There la no yellow fever In Havana. lipa of dlaap|Hilnt>'d offi< era No good
Mr. Ixxtmis should be carried led to the convening
iflb er or sentleman would belittle ter that the Golconda mine Is showing seilles. The calculations show an in
the court to Whether or not General MacArthur
the Scorpion to San Juan. Porto the effect that ex-Cadet of Oscar
Count Tolstoi was banished from au< h a brave achievement.”
another rich ore body, and that as un dustrial loss of some 25.000.000 francs by
L. Booz has been satisfied that Aguinaldo has
Rico, there to take one of the regular
Genetai Young, in apraklng of tho derground
continues wlnle the men have lost 2.000.000 mer- hant steamers for New York. The came to his death by reason of In not violated the laws cannot be stated,
ffo< t of the capture of Agulnaldo on the prospects of the mine grow better francs In wages. A curious illustra ifli'-lnl« did not know positively when juries received by hazing at the scad as the prisoner would be permitted
The business situation In Cuba is ” the
altuatlon In the Islands, said be ench succeeding day.
tion of the bitterness which the strike the minister would leave Venezuela emy were not true. They show that to take the oath pending an Investlga-
belleied the troops would have to lie
has engendered tietween the men and
at the same time Cadet Booz was a tion of his past conduct. Agulnaldo,
Canyon City—James Robinson, one masters Is seen In the fact that the iut st the navigation bureau it was member of the academy hazing was having been the head of the Insurrec-
J I* Morgan wants to build the Pan kept lh> ■ lull six months longer. Ik
did not think It would oe wise to bring of the oldest and best known citizens strikers instructed their delegates t< vi hy the Siorplon should not sail to prevalent there to a deplorable ex tion. undoubtedly can be held until
them all away, however, for there was of Grant county, died at Canyon City
formal notification to the minis
that the present officers of the further investigation Is made or until
from I .a Guayra. If Mr. Loomis tent;
Th« army frauds at Manila are bo a large number of marauding bands after a lingering Illness of nearly 12 give
acdemy have shown commendable en the circumstances wihich surround the
ter of finance of frauds In the oil seed day
throughout the Islands who would have years Deceased was born In New trade, pointing out that oil seeds
ergy, zeal and efficiency in detecting , situation In the Philippines make it
Brunswick. January 12, 1834
were Imported In bags, which the cus
and punishing offenses of this char advisable to release him outright, or
The foreign ministers are reforming to be kept under subjection.
"It will tske at least two genera Klamab Falls The Ashland Klam tom officers have not been In the
acter, and that they greatly decreased otherwise dispose of him. These con
the Isung II yamun.
habit of opening, with the result that
tions." said the general, "to get the
practice. The testimony and ditions and the general situation and
The public debt decreased 11M.H7«.- Filipinos to understand the meaning ath Falls mall route and schedule has articles subject to a much higher im Negotiations
findings of the court were placed ir Aguinaldo'» relation to them was the
S95 In the past year.
hands of the committee of con subject of General MacArthur’s di»
of self government as we understand daylight run. and the route front port duty are smuggled In. The com
NEW YORK. April 3.—A special to the
gress charged at about the same time patch.
Karpovich, the Russian assassin. It The Filipino Idea Is to hnve the l,arkcr’« station to Jenny creek will merie of Marseilles Is. for the time the Herald from Washington says:
being, almost at a complete standstil'
with the investigation of the subject I
country parceled out among the lead tie over the logging camp road.
will be sent to Hlberla.
While M. Hutln. president of the and
RETURN OF GOVERNOR ALLEN.
Foods which are Imported arc scarce French
the very efficient and beneficia«
ers. and they will rule the people and
Titus, the musician, haa been ap- get all they can out of them. We
Canyonville—A company content The prices of sugar, coffee, flour and Ing the participation of Colombia ir action of that committee, followed b}
pointed a West Point cadet.
shall have to look to the children of plates building a flume from Canyon other necessities have increased. A the negotiations for the sale of the legislation upon the subject, contained | May Decide Not to Return to Porto
number of factories have been obliged Panama canal to the United States in the act of March 2. 1901, renders j
Southern china viceroys protest the babies over there now to get tbs Creek, five miles south of Canyonville, to
close. These condlltons. added to M. Bruna Barila. formerly an engineer further action by the department un
to the mines owned by Lewis Ash.
matter on a correct basis ”
WASHINGTON, April 4. — While
against the treaty with Russia.
which are sltuted about halfway be the serious damage done by the flood« of the company, who says he repre necessary."
Governor Allen, of Porto Rico, who
Bids an- being asked for supplies
and hail, have thrown the whole pop sents some of the stockholders, hai
tween Riddle and Canyonville.
REWARD FOR TITUS.
sailed yesterday from San Juan, on
ulation into deep misery The store Indicated to the Isthmian canal com
tor the naval station at Heattie
THE MANCHURIAN TREATY.
the Mayflower, for Hampton Roads,
keepers and merchants Intend to ap mission that the company is willing
has not formally submitted his resig
The Houthern Islands will have a Brave Musician of the Fourteenth May
peal to the government to remit th< to sell Its concessions and property. Rumor at Pso Ting Fu That It Haz nation. so far as can be learned, his
Be Sant to West Point.
oepsrtmenttal system of govemmenL
taxes for the first three months of the M. Barila will leave in a few days for
friends here would not be surprised If
A party of cavalrymen hail n sharp
Wheat- Walla Walla, 57c; Valley, year.
he decided not to return to Porto Rico.
encounter with rebels In Cavite prov signed by all officers serving with the nominal; blueetem, 59e per bushel.
Governor Allen went to Porto Rico In
Fourteenth Infantry regiment has
Flour—Best grades. $2 "003 10 per FOREST FIRES IN NEW JERSEY. M. Barila. and the two have talked from Pao Ting Fu, dated March 31; ! May last, at the personal request of
the president, to set up the new civil
sent to Adjutant General Corbin, barrel; graham. *2 60.
over the situation.
Ihrei- hundred metal polishers In been
"Chinese officials here profess tc government there and get It into good
requesting the appointment of Musi Oats Wh to >1 ”5 per cental. Five Thousand Acres of Big Timber
M. Barila has represented to Rea:
Frunclsco have strut k for shorter cian
Destroyed—Windsor in Danger.
Calvin P Titus, company E. Four gray, fl 2001 22'y per cental.
Admiral Walker, president of the have received Information from Li working order, with the distinct under
teenth Infantry, the first American sol-
HAMMONTON. N. J.. April 3 — Isthmian canal commission, that M Hung Chang that the Manchurian con standing that he was not to be asked
to remain after this was done. The
threatens to sever relations ■Iler to enter I'ekln during the recent
One of the most extensive forest Hutin is to be displaced from the of vention has been signed."
’’Th« Chinese expect after all that president and the secretary of war
»Illi China unleaa the Manchurian troubles In China, a cadet-at-large to $16 50017 per ton.
tires that has visited this section of flee of president of the French com
treaty Is signed.
the military academy. The petition
state Is raging tn the big woodr pany. It is learned, however, that M the Manchurian convention will be are full of praise for the manner In
Illngs. $21 50. shorts. $17 50, chof the
north of this city, The fire reached Hutin was advised only a few days- ratified In the course of the next five w-hich Governor Allen has accom
A gunboat will carry Minister aays:
■ During his service Musician Titus
a point just east of the town of Wins ago of his reelection to the presi days," says the Tien Tsin correspond pllshed his task. It Is expected here
I-oon>la from lai Guayrn to Porto Rlc« has proved himself to be a trustwor
Hay Tlmothv. $12012 50; clover, low last night, and for several hour» dency. showing that he Is to be re ent of the Standard, wiriug Monday that If Governor Allen declines to con
on hla way home,
thy. Intelligent, sober, bravo and thor ■709 60; Oregon wild hay, $607 per It was feared the town would be talned for another year, aqd that a "The southern viceroys and governors tinue In office. Secretary Hunt, late of
soldier On August 14, 1900. on.
wiped out. Men. women and children majority of the stockholders are sat are Incensed, and threaten rebellion Montana, will succeed to the place
Ikkha and Dnwet will join a gath- ough
if the court yields. The northern, As to Governor Allen’s future, hit
nt I’ekln. Chitin, he wnn the first
Hops —12if He per pound; 1899 crop. fought the flames and succeeded by isfled with his policy.
,r,|>K of 13,000 lloem fop operation! American to scale the wall of the Chi 6 ©7c.
M. Hut n has contended that under Chinese are more Ignorant and Indif name Is connected with official gossip
back tiring In turning the flames to
»gklnat tho British.
nene city and enter Pekin. On the
Wool Valley. 14015c; Easte-n Orc- the north of the town. While the the terms of the concession held by ferent. The Tartar general at Feng with one of the foreign ministries
company, the grant would tie sub Tien. Manchuria, has Issued a proc though as there are no present va
Hspreaentatlve Peters, of Knn- following day. while engaged In the on, 9012c; mohair, 20021c per men threw up trenches to keep the the
fight In the Imperial city, he received
fire away, women and children car ject to forfeit from the moment nego lamation assuring the people that the cancles he might be obliged to wall
•*". may ........... H. 0. Evans, as a slight wound. Ills meritorious con round.
Butter Fancy creamery. 22H025c; rled their household goods to places tiations began for its sale, unless such Russian occupation is only temporary for
duct deserves recognition, and It la 'airy. 17<»02Oc; store, lO0124«c per of safety and are guarding them, as a negotiations had the approval of the The Chinese troops at Feng Tien are
NONE OF HER BUSINESS.
Colombian government, It was. there wearing Russian badges, and the town
change In the wind is feared.
Henator I’rot tor says the Platt believed that If given an nppoint round.
is occupied by a strong Russian force." 1
»nendmont is satisfactory to tho sion upon graduation. Mualclnn Titus
Eggs Oregon ranch, 13H0l4c per acres of big timber and thousands of proposition for the sale of the con-
Russia’s Reply to the Protests of
""Ung residents of Cuba.
Settlement With Turkey.
cords of wood have been consumed. cession to the United States as r«
will make an excellent officer.”
Poultry Chickens, mixed. $3 50© Many narrow escapes of the firefight quired by the Isthmian canal com
Washington. April 4.—There is rea ' YOKOHAMA. April 4. — Leading
In order to escape the tariff on Im-
ers have been reported.
Roughly Treated by Burglars.
son to believe that Lloyd C. Griscom, | Japanese newspapers assert that the
Po't'd material, tho Sheffield steel
round; springs, $405 per dozen:
orks W||| |0(.B(0 n plHnt (n thu UnHe(1
Mount Baker Road Nearly Ready. secretary and charge of the United Russian government has replied to
Pittsburg. Pa.. April 2.—Mrs. Anna lucks. $5'iifl; geese. $608 per dozen;
Interest in Spain in the Capture.
Seattle, April 3.—P. B. Cornwall, States legation, at Constantinople, who Japan's protest against the Manchur
Ward, aged 50, Is lying In it critical urkeya. live, 10011c; dressed, 1301<e
Madrid. April 3—The capture of president of the Bellingham Bay A Is now on his way home, has earned ian convention to the effect that Rus
condition from the effects of brutal >er pound.
Agulnaldo has caused much interest British Columbia railroad, is in the the credit of effecting a final and sat sia does not wish to enter upon a dis
•be I tilled States steel corporntlon treatment by three masked burglars
Cheese—Full cream, twins. 130 here. The press Is divided on the city on business connected with his isfactory settlement of the American | cussion with a third power relative
""" nl>H(,rl„„| th„ An)„r|(.nn br11)M# at her home this morning. Mrs. Ward
!3’»c; Young America. 13t4014c per subject. In a published Interview the road. He stated today that the road missionary claims against Turkey to her negotiations with China; that
•run mine In- and her daughter were awakened by pound.
director of the Filipino organ her« to the Mount Baker mining district that have taxed the abilities of no ! the proposed agreement is purely tem
the pie ime of burglars at their bed
Potatoes—45055c per snek.
and the piesldent of the so-called will be In operation by May 1. The less than three of the ablest ministers porary, and not intended to impair the
side. eai’h woman finding it revolver
Mutton Lambs, 12*4c per pound Filipino Ju ita emphatically declaro roadbed has been graded, steel bridges ever sent by the United States to sovereignty of China or to Injure the
As the result of nn ,,|(| qunrr„i no#r pointed directly at her head. Mrs.
gross; best sheep, wethers. $5; ewes that the capture will have no perma put in. and the final tracklaying Is Constantinople. It appears now that interests of other powers; that the
sn i "" ' "Ash., three men were shot Ward undertook to resist, and while $4 50; dressed, 7H08%c per pound.
nent effect on the war; that Aguin now being hastened as much as pos Mr. Griscom has Anally succeeded in contents of the agreement Immediately
the daughter was hold In subjection by
1 ■orlmialy Injured. Ono of them one
Hogs Gross, heavy. $5 7506; light. aldo will be replaced, and that the sible. Mr. Cornwall is chief owner arranging with the Turkish govern upon its conclusion will be communi
of the mon. another knocked the
not exp.cted to recover.
Filipinos, aided by the climate, will of tho Black Diamond coal mines, and ment the principle upon which these cated to the other powers, who will
elder woman Into unconsciousness, $4 7505; dressed, 7c per pound.
while In Washington will visit that long-standing claims shall be settled undoubtedly find them acceptable, and.
I he threatened revolution In Brazil literally crushing her skull. Tho bus
Veal Large, 707'ic per pound; never bu subdued
property with a view to making ex »nd that the pledge of the Turkish gov- ' finally, that If any of the provisions
has " ' 11 |lllt ^own* Thti government sleeping on the third floor, having In
Good Workers for Mills.
tensive Improvements preparatory to ernment is In such binding form that are not acceptable to Japan. Russia is
Beef—Gross, top steers. $505 28;
...... "lunlcntlons to the Euro their possession about >1.200, the ■owe
making latger shipments to meet the it is not doubted that payment will prepared to discuss the matter ln a
heifers, $4 5004 75; dressed
soon be made.
In« ti'1'"1 1
H,nles legntlona, say- booty tho burglars evidently were eef, and
708%c per pound.
‘he country Is snfo.
Fresh Disturbances in Manchuria,
Disorders In Russia.
Big Timber Land Deal.
Will Go to West Point.
Berlin. April 3.—A dispatch to the
I-ondon. April 4.—The Vienna corre
''•« stesi trust
Meeting hla chief In tho compnn-
Rain and High Wind.
spondent of the Times, reviewing the
Washington. April 3.—The
onwny, tho ordinary pirate, nithough
Dallas, Tex., April L—A heavy rain nboring under tho Intensest excito dent today appointed Calvin T. Ti In timber lands have Just been con dated April 1. says robber bands. Russian political situation, takes a
bltriuiim K ‘’‘"■''"‘•teiit board of ar- storm,
serious view of It. believing that the
gccompgnled by a high wind, nent. saluted. "1 have the honor to tits to be a cadet at large at the
prevailed here this afternoon. Tho nform you, sir." said ho. "that the United States military academy at Of this large transfer the Merryman causing fresh disturbances In Man first reports of far-reaching revolu
Fruit laind & Lumber Company, of churia in the neighborhood of Chang tionary movements are confirmed by
wl,h ,nn"Y "•Insea. wind damaged roofs mid blew down nagazlne has gone up!" "The powder
Michigan, secured 2500 acres, anil Tu Fu. General Gaulbers is strength reports of sanguinary disturbances In
Votili ii ' ¡"‘•’"'io'ia all over tho shrubbery hik I the precipitation was nngazlne, you doubtless mean?” said West Point.
Titus wes the first soldier to scale Charles A. Smith, of Minneapolis. ening the railroad military posts be Dialystock. where there Is no uni
Hrealdent lliidloy. of so heavy that It formed torrents In i he captain. "No. The magazine In
In New Yoi k'00 *n<' l,u,d*'d 1,1 Pr*,on the streets which swept everything vhich the story of our adventures Is the wall nt Pekin. General Corbin 1398 acres. In round numbers this tween Karbin and Chang Tu Fu. versity. The disorders there. In his
before them. Street eur traffic was de 'mining!" Tho captain paled. For a today cabled General MacArthur at last acquisition will Increase the hold General Gaulbers has asked Governor opinion, show that the rioting Is no
Manila to send young Titus home on ings of Smith and his partners to General Gredokoff to send reinforce longer confined to students. The cor
"«burod Gin puvlllon In layed mid a quarter of n nille of track moment he thought of shouting the
first available transport. In order 30.000 acres, making them the larg menta. as a general revival of the respondent. however, does not believe
M' KInley s socond In- In the southern portion of the city hoarsely to hla men to clear away
that he may take the entrance exam est owners of redwood timber in th< Boxer movement Is expected In the that the domestic situation will Imme
I r lo In. ' '
w">' dellverod, litui It liHd to be abandoned for the remainder ihn boats, but this would obviously ination to the academy.
diately hamper Russia's foreign policy.
World* f.,1?0. ,,f. ,,1<‘ novellina at thè of the day. The dsmiige In Dallas avail nothing. They must all perish.
""" fair In 1903.
Is estimated at $25.000.