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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 17, 1»<»2.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
NEW YORK FLOODS.
<»’««! Demag. Don. I» term, and Railroad
FROM THE FOUR QUARTERS OF
NEWS OF TH ESTATE
AGUINALDO 18 FREE.
Atr«l<i to Go About Street« ol Manila on Ac-
PLAN AN OUTBREAK
TO WATER LAND.
GREAT STRIKE IS ON
count ol Mu Enernica.
First—Sites to Be Selected Soon.
thè ti,'"’t *if S ' ,J,|I7 *0-—N’ws from ITEM8 OF INTERE8T FROM ALL
FREIGHT HANDLERS IN CHICAGO
Washington, July 8.—The indica
. ' " ' vaatnti’d districts Is coming
PARTS OF OREGON.
OUT FOR MORE PAY.
tions are that by next tpring the secre
proclamation ot amnesty July 4, the
I'"l*'»ts frinii Medina show
tary of the interior will, through the
the 1 Imidlmrst that struck that
A Comprehenelve Review of the Importent
guard of American soldiers ha* lieen
geological survey, begin the construc
'tn great .lamage. Today there Commercial and Financial happening, of Im. withdrawn from duty at the house
Happening« of the Paet Week. prtwnt.d ■ " ' vi.|. n,,.M ,4 M
Man Appeared on the Pri.on Wall at Mid- tion of the first irrigation system to lie Over Nine Thoesand Man Quit Wark Upea
portance A Brief Review „f th< Growth where Aguinaldo lives and Lieutenant
In a Condensed Form. Which I* Mint
night Guard Dl.covered Intruder and built under the recently enacted law.
' ' ag" is pil,.,| up ajollg waterways
Order of Executive Cemmltte* of Tralght
and Improvement, of the Many Induitrie. Johnson,
Where the start will be made has
Firad— Tret.paiier Made Away Unhurt—
Likely Io Prove of Interest to Our Many « " I. have been dried up for a month,
Handiart' Uatoa— Chicage Fsdsrailsa at
not yet lieen determined, but in all
Throughout Our I helving Commonwealth brought the Filipino today to see Gen
me n. ighh,ring country buildings
Appeared Near Where Arm. Art Be probability it will be a project of mod
Labor Diaapprevaa at Strike and Will Nat
eral ( h*ffee. It was the first meeting
■ y 1 < <tri>y«| by lightning and rail-
—latest Market Report.
tietween the American general and the
lieved to have Been Smuggled in Before. est proportions, costing (509,000 to
Assist the Freight handler*.
'"■“I tracks waslHMl out. The Genesee
leader of the Filipino insurrection.
('hit ago teamsters refuse to help 'i' r, w In, I, „( Hija time of the year ia
(1,000,000, ami one of which the suc
Lieutenant William L. McKinley, of
cess is reasonably certain.
striking Ireight handlers.
a ini n< raceway, is tislay a raging tor-
Salem, Or., Jaly 9.—An unknown tary i* now planning field examina
Hop buyers around Salem are offering the Ninth cavalry, acted as interpreter.
Chicago, July 9.—Hopes of a speedy
Ambassadiir < 'lionto Ims lx,on Stig- '■111. Great quantities of driftwood 18 cents for the 1902 crop.
Aguinaldo was told that he was free man tried to gain entrance into the tions, with a view of selecting those settlement of the strike of the Freight
geatesl 11* a candidate for president ill
A sawmill with * ca|>ucily <>f 100,(MH) to go anywhere he pleased and General penitentiary Monday night at midnight, sites which give the promise of success, Handlers’ Union, which was deJared
I rum up-i iver jaiiiit* come reports
yesterday, are entertained by official*
nit the I ow I iiiii I h are under water. feet per day is to be built at Astoria ( haffee asked him if lie had anv com according to Guard Sampson. The in and from which earliest returns may of the union and members of the state
plaint to make of American discourtesy truder appeared on post No. 5, on the be had. He believes in getting back
A man answering the description ol
Hirsts have interfered with at once.
The official* of
Merrill Im" lieen arrested at Houtli 'ralln un the Western New York divi-
into the irrigation fund as rapidly a* board of arbitration.
Hop growers in Lane county antici
south wall of the prison yard, and ap possible all money that is to tie expend the union, at a conference last night,
“I' iii of the I'eimsylvania system. The pate more trouble this year than usual
such complaint to make.
He told peared to be watching the night guard. ed in constructing reservoirs and can told Chairman Job, of the board of ar
Twenty thousand teacher* are in at- rie tr.u k- Is,tween Attica and Batavia with lice.
bitration, that they were willing to
General Chaffee that he was going to It is believed that Tracy and Merrill als.
tetidiiiict« at the national educational
permit employes of the different com
The pros|iects are gocsl for a heavy visit friends at his home in Cavite Vi received their rifles over this wall, and
convention in M iiiiiea|xilix.
panies to meet officials of the same to
"gh'wt known in any spring freshet.
what protection American authorities that the weapons were brought over at Gila liver or Truckee canyon projects discuss the wage scale, providing a
Th<' expenses of the Oregon militia I t i- out of its channel and caused great Linn county.
would afford him. He seemed to lie night anil secreted in the fo ndry by in Arizona is Ic be among the first joint conference should be held at
ahile liiiuting Tracy and Merrill 'lainage to growing cr .ps along its
The recent rains have brightened the
which officials of the union would be
aiiioiintexl to (700, w hich will lx, |arid lianks.
Penman rays that many pros|M-.:ts for the grain and hay crops afraid to venture out. General Chaffee accomplices. The appearance of the chosen, because of the enormous cost permitted to act a* advisers to the men.
replied that Aguinaldo would get the Htranger on the wall at night is taken involved.
Moreover, the secretary
out of the military fund.
thoii«anda of dollars of damagli has been around Prineville.
The arbitration board is now working
same protection as any other citizen.
to indicate a further plan for an out- wants to know more about these pro on the matter in an effort to bring
All organiziil ialsir and the pilblic in done to re.¡deuces along the course of
general will b* call*! ii|s>ii to contrili >• the creek following through Ham- paying 8 cents uer |xiund for large fish, asked General Chaffee to prevent the break by the prisoners, and that the he orders their building. The numer about a conference between the railway
ute to a national defense fund to aid oxndsport.
courts from requiring him to testify in fellow intended to smuggle weapone ous reports that these systems will cost managers and committees representing
Mount tforris rejsirts the Genesee at an advance of 1 cent.
the striking coal miners in the Ea-t.
As the railroad official«,
General Chaffee replied into the prison for the use of the con very dearly in pro|«rtion to the amount the men.
'L it |«>int fi ||y two feet higher than the
Several cars of Willamette valley civil suits.
of land reclaimed has somew hat alarmed have offered this step from the begin
A family of (our traveling overland liighesl previous record at any time of 1902 prunes have been contracted for that he had no authority to grant this victs.
request and advised Aguinaldo to make
him, and resulted in his deciding to ning of the controversy, there ia little
through Oklalioma were murdered bv ••'« year.
I arly yesterday it broke at 5,'i cents in 25-pound boxes.
Before the outbreak of June 9 only
make haste slowly.
Thi* course, doubt the strike can be settled satis
unknown |x>raon*. the bodies strippi«! through its bunks east of the village
A. J. Webster has been appointed Wright.
This Aguinaldo said he one guard was in the prison yard at moreover, was recommended by many factorily to both side* if the conference
of all clothing and terribly mutilated. mid I'll- ruilii’d thousand of dollars
deputy fish warden at Astoria, to suc wouj<U <’o, hut that he would go at night. Now an extra guard is there, Western senators and representatives is arranged.
Tracy, after an absence of two day«, north <4 crops below here. Many tine ceed Henry Bultman, resigned.
Lack of unanimity already perme
night, as he was timiil alsiut appearing and the matter of smuggling in arms is before they left for home.
again shoved up III South Seattle, lie farms have Isen entirely ruined,
ates the strike. The Chicago Federa
An organization has lieen formed in
somewhat more difficult if the guards
as* sill rounded by officers, but succeed l arge fle|,|H of growing crop* have lieen
The release of the ex-leader has re
, ects the department has made it possi tion of Labor was ignored when the
ed ill throwing posse off the trai k. lie «»sl.el away, and all Nunda has suf- Grants Pass to stop the Liking up of newed speculation as to jxissible ven are alert. Just before the discovery ot ble to undertake the building of a num order was issued for the men to quit
sprinkled |x*p|Hir along his trsil *0 the
geance upon him by friends of Luna, the stranger Simpson had walked down ber of systems simultaneously, and to work, and its executive officials are
Laiiiont, Roselierg, Fillmore and many act.
dog* could not follow it.
and his other enemies.
Luna was a to the south wall, and inspected the dietritute the work into several states, somewhat offended and are inclined to
other towns are under water. The
June 30 there were 1,260 patients in Filipino leader whom Aguinaldo caused gate where the Southern Pacific track as, at the time field operations are com let the freight handlers fight out their
A trsin wreck in Stuiin resulted in Ianni all alsait Portageville are lai<1
menced there will be an available sum battle in their own way. There are
the death ol six |x,rsoiis and the fatal ws-tc and no field crops can be saved. the «tate insane asylum, the largest to lie killed in 1899.
enters the yard. He then started back of 36,000,000 to 38,000,000 for carrying 12,000 freight handlers in and about
numlier in the hintory of the institu-
injury of 27.
across the yard northward, and when on the work.
Il"' tracks of the Pennsylvania are tion.
the various height houses of the 24
LEWIS AND CLARKE FAIR.
he entered the shadow of the laundry
railroads centering in Chicago. Of
Tracy, the e*«ape'l Oregon convict, washed away, ami a new road will have
building, about 200 feet distant, he
this number, more than 9,000 are now
The Indian war veterans of Southern
has conipletelv disappeared, leaving no to Is* laid nt many plates liefcre trains
can Is- moved. Pike refwirts the loss of Oregon
held a meeting at Medford to Comirittee on Location of Site Urges Selection turned anil looked back at the south
involved in the strike, fjome of the
wall. At that instant he saw a man’s
of City Park.
.1 lsrg‘- iron bridge, the ;s>etof!icebuild- consider
men who quit work did so under pro
ways and means for prosecu
A liew strike has Is en made in the mg and o|>era house, a meat market, I
test. Notably was this the case in the
tion of their pension claims.
Portland, July 9.—The first definite head above the wail, but it suddenly
Thunder mountain mining district, ' hei-w factory, drug store, two dwelling
disappeared. He waited a moment anil
ireight house of the lake Shore A
Idaho, which has proven t<> Is- tin- h-’ii-s and the village warehouse.
The Scott A Van Aredale Lumlier step towards selection of an exposition the head reapiieared, and after a few
The men there
Chicago, July 8.—By a fire which Michigan Central.
richest yet made.
company, one of the largest concern* in
Stafford re|x>rta heavy damage.
tion in 1905 was taken yesterday morn seconds went down out of sight again. broke out in their plant at the stock employed were receiving all the con
Southern Oregon, has been sold to
Simpson dropped a cartridge into the yards Swift A Co. suffered a loss which sideration they had asked. They were
No traci* lias Ix-cn found of Merrill,
The property in ing, when the report of the subcommit barrel of his rifle, and when the head is estimated by the officials of the com forced to strike, however, by the order
NINTH WEEK OF STRIKE.
one of the e*c*|a«<l Oreg 41 convict*, and
cludes all timber holdings, and mills
ollice»* are al a lose as to whether or
ferred was presented to the executive appeared again he fired. Instantly the pany at 3500,000. The fire was con of the executive committee of thei^
with a capacity of 400,000 feet |ier day.
not Tracy killed him.
So Change in the Silueiion in th« Anihracit«
of the Lewis and Clark cor figure was gone, and when the two fined to one building standing at the union. Before going out the men in
The purchase price wa* 13,000,000.
Its report discussed briefly guards arrived no trace of the man intersecton of Packers avenue and formed the railway officials of the situ
Aguinal'lo will come to the United
This structure was four ation, and said they would seeJc an im
of the Lewis and Claik ex could be found. The surface of the Broadway.
< >ne of the largest irrigation schemes
Stntes and start on a tour, delivering a
Wilkesbarre, I’a., July 10.—With
its probable needs. It ground near the wall is hard and cov stories high, built of brick, and was mediate return order from the authori
series of lectures and making a plea lor President Mitchell in New York, and in this state lias been inaugurated by
The first floor was ties that had ordered them out.
considered only two of the sites that er«! with grass, so that no tracks would 300 feet square.
the inde|H*niience of hla countrymen.
.ill the other miners’ leaders at Nnnti- some of the business men of BakerCity. have been mentioned in connection be visible in the morning. The guards occupied by the wholesale meat market
The sudden suspension of customary
of the company, the second by the operations bv the freight handlers oc
A large Issly of Moros of Mindanao coke attending the annual convention of some of the smaller streams to irri with the fair—the Hawthorne tract ami did not dare leave the yard at night.
It is apparent that the visitor was shipping department, and the third casioned considerable trouble m and
island pl an tie* I an ambuscade for of District No. 1, strike headquarters gate a body of 6,000 acres of land north the city park—and its conclusions wen-
American soldiers, but the latter were wasan extremely quiet place today. of the Ixiwer Powder river, between in favor of the city park. There was familiar with the system of guarding and fourth by the general offices of the about the various railroad warehouse*
warned in time and dis|s*r*vd th« Th« ninth week of the sus|x*nsion of Clover and Goose creeks.
some discussion of the report before a in force piior to the Tracy and Merrill company. The latter are »aid to have and stations, but the inconvenience and
snthiaa it« coal mining shows no change
vote on its adoption was taken. With outbreak, for at the time he appeared lieen the largest single offices in the delay were but a drop in the bucket to
' in the situation, there not being the
A record apple crop is assured in the the understanding that the report he would have found his way dear to United States, more than 800 employes what will happen if the strike shall
Venezuelan government tnxips. under slightest indication that either party is Hood river country.
not tie settled soon.
should go formally before the board of enter the yard if the old system had working in a single room.
President Ua-tro’s brother, were de ready to quit. The visit <4 the miners'
To add to the present difficulties of
The cause of the fire is not known,
directors, where there would be full still been in force. The prison officials
feated by the relx'ls with heavy In*«. chief to New York continues to aiouse
The'Ashland Iron Works is the name opportunity for its consideration, the decline to sav what the rules observed but it was discovered near the engine the railroads, the Teamsters’ and
Many of the soldiers deieitc*! to tlx* interest. No word of his movements of a new company jtiet organized at
subcommittee’s report was] formally by the night guards are at present, but room. It spread so rapidly through Truckmen's Union threaten* to join in
ranks of the insurgents.
in the metropolis have lieen received Anhland with 320,000 capital.
If this shall
adopted by the executive committee. they are such as to make an entrance the building that it was found impossi a sympathetic strike.
by a stranger very difficult.
occur, it will affect all incoming and
President Castro has gone to the here, mid there is much s;ecuhition as
Timber values in the Nehalem coun
The man who appeared on the wall The first arrivals of the fire department outgoing freight of every kind. Every
to what caused him to go there. The
tee, and is expected to lie rejxirteil to
front with the Venezuelan trixqis.
entire coal belt continues quiet, very try are advancing rapidly, Claims are the board at its regular monthly meet stood on the walk attached to the out were unable to check the fire, -and re railroad in Chicago today accepted all
President Mitdiell is confident that few men congregating in the vicinity of
side of the wall about four feet from peated cads were sent in for assistance, freight offered.
While* it was con
one year ago
the coal minors will win their strike.
the top. He could therefore conceal but all the engines were not able to fessed by several railroad officials that
the collieries. The large force of coal
himself easily, exposing his head only prevent the entire destruction of the freight was not being moved as exp©-
The Interocean Mining Company, of
Half a million wore fed on the i«ca- and iron policemen, estimated at 3,000,
FIERCE CHICAGO FIRE.
long enough toxibserve the position of building. Within an hour after the ditiously as heretofore, yet it was said
smn nf King Edward's dinner to the
emergency. Several arrests were made [Miration with the secretary of state. Cauted Louei Amounting to $325,000. Par- the guards.
fire was discovered the building was the larger part of it was being handled
poor of tamdoli.
tially Covered by Insurance.
Toe prison officials are reticent con ruined, although the fire continued to well.
The various freignthouse* and
in this valley of persons for intimidat Capital, 11,000,000.
It has been appan*ntly confirmed ing alleged “unfair" workmen but the
yards, however, disclosed a large ac
Chicago, July 9.—Fire early today cerning the attempt to enter the prison blaze for a long time.
that Andre« did not |«*ri»h, but was arrests were made so quietly as to cause
When the supreme court convenni destroyed the building at 305-09-11 yard, and there has lieen an effort to
The burned building adjoins por cumulation of unmoved freight and car*
murdered by Eskimos.
last Monday, Judge F. S. Moore eat Wabash avene., causing losses aggregat keep it quiet. These facts were relat tions of the plants of Armour A Co., loaded with freight.
no disturbance of any kind.
There was no trouble or disorder in
The district convention at Nanticoke upon the chief justice’s bench, Judge ing over 3325,000. For a time the fire ed by Guard Gambell, w ho was on duty and Libby, McNeill A Libby, and for a
Eleven men were bint, three ol them
threatened widespread destruction, and in the front yard. No attempt, so far time the fire department had a hard or about any of the freight houses.
fatally, by the overturning of a wagon today dis|>osed of much business of a Bean liecoming the junior judge.
as known, has lieen made to run down fight to keep these buildings from the Anticipating the possibilities of such a
routine nature. Alsiut -100 delegatee,
at Florence, Colorado.
Arrangements are lieing perfected for it was only through the utmost efforts the culprit.
flames. The wind was blowing strong strike, the railroad companies had
representing 75,000 mineworkers, are
Wind sml rain destroyed thousands attending the convention, which em the holding of the fourth biennial fruit entering the department store of Siegel,
from the southwest, and at times the brought to Chicago a number of men
of dollars wot th of property in the brace* all the teiritory from Forest
TRACY AGAIN ESCAPES
flames were touching the sides of Ar to take the places of the strikers.
Cooper A Co, fronting on State street
western part of New York.
mour’s buildings, but the firemen man These men were intercepted by pickets
City, 22 miles north of Scranton, to
week in October.
ings by only a narrow’ alley.
Much Pone With Bloodhound« Close Upon Hit aged to confine the fire to the building of the strikers, and most of them were
Chinn has appealed to the United Shickshinny, 16 miles south of here.
induced to join the Freight Handlers’
in which it had broken out.
Heel«, But tie Throw« Them Off.
States to tire its gisxl offices to 18111*’
guests at the Auditorium hotel, directly
the allied power* who still retain their SALE OF FORT HALL LANDS.
Seattle, July 9. —Convict Harry Tracy
across Wabash avenue from the burn eluded the Washington officers again
TORNADO IN IOWA.
soldier* in Tien Tsin to evacuate that
Wheat — Walla Walla,65IfiOBBc; ing buildings, and at the Auditorium
TO DREDGE COO8 BAY.
Pocitello Ha* Been ( hoien «« a Better Point
bluestem, 67@68c; valley, 66t*(367c. annex. The guests were aroused from and is once more heading for Seattle.
Severe Storm Accompanied by Cloudburst Does
Tracy, after several running fight*
Barley — Feed, 3-2;
brewing, their alunilters at 7 o’clock in the
People Request * Change la Plan of Harbor
Immense Damage to Property.
in fact, his escape seemed im|>ossibl«.
Washington, Julv 10.—The public 323 per ton.
with the officer* in the vicinity of Seat
morning, when the fire had gained such Bloodhounds were placed on his track
Work— Non Extension ot Jetty.
tle, in which three men wer«1 kill«! and auction of Fort Hall lands within the
Council Bluffs, la., July 8.-r- South
Flour—Best grades, 33-06(33.60 per headway that it threatened other within 10 minutes. They were soon
one seriously wounded, has eluded his tive-niile limit of Pix-atello will tie con- barrel; graham, 32.95(33.20.
July 9. — Senator
buildings in all directions. On the close on the heels of the fugitive.
pursuer* and is now heading toward ducted at the city of I’cwatello, instead
by the worst storm of the year. In Mitchell has been advised by wire by
Millstuffs — Bran, 315(316 per ton;
Pressed to desperation, he scattered several towns it amounted to a tornado, the commercial interests oh Coos bay
of at the Blackfoot land office, ns had
»1»; out into the avenue so fiercely that it cayenne pepper in hie tracks.
The and fears are entertained that there that the (50,000 appropriated in the
originally l*-en intended.
Commis middlings, 321.50; shorts,
Minnesota Republicans have renom sioner Richard«, who will conduct the chop, 316.
doge soon came upon thia, and once has been loss of life. Damage to corn recent river and harbor bill for extend
elevated loop to pass, and for over two
inated Van Sant for governor.
Oats—No.l white, 31-20@I.25;gray, hours all traffic on the loop was sus their nostrils were filled with the fiery and unharvested small grain has been ing the jetty at the bay entrance was
sale, Consulted with the Blackfoot land
substance, balked until it could be re very great.
Seventy bills and resolutions were
In some places the rain not sufficient materially to advance that
moved, which requited 10 minutes. which followed
Hay — Timothy, 312(315; clover,
Hilvantngeoiis [xiint lor holding the sale,
the wind storm work, and asking if the money «wild
purred the last day in the house.
Is-lieving that better prices can lie ob
not be used for dredging a channel in
amounted almost to a cloudburst.
NO NEWS OF STEAMERS.
Shopmen of the Northwestern anil
tained there than at Blackfoot, and ton.
At Whiting a dozen buildings are stead. He has laid the matter before
Burlington A Ohio are on strike.
Anderson, the man Tracy made ac reported destroyed, and one woman was the chiet of engineers, and at his sug
Potatoes — Best Burbanks, 60c per
that purchases will be more readily
40c per cental, Portland and Jeannie Still Reported Adrift in company him from Meadow Point Sat badly hurt.
gestion telegraphed Captain Lsngfitt
The cabinet has liegun the considera made. These lands will lie sold in 40 cental; ordinary,
the Northern Ic* Field*.
urday, lias been rescued at Renton.
acre tracts by townships, beginning growers prices; sweets, 32.2502.50
At Anthon 20 buildings were demol asking him to take this request into
tion of the isthmian canal measure.
with township 5, R. 34 E., and pro per cental; new potatoes, 1 J£c.
Seattle, July 9.—No news of the
ished. bv the tornado, and at this consideration. If it is found that there
The Columbia river salmon pack
Butter—Crean-ery, 20022 S»c; dairy missing steamers Jeannie and Portland, had lieen subjected to this experience plaie it is believed lives were lost. is authority for changing the prrject
ceeding bv sections in numerical order
this year will lie the largest in years.
from that specified in the bill, and
is the report nude by the steamship before on his trip with the outlaw, and Communication by wire is cut off.
throughout the township. The same 16O18c; store, 15© 16c.
Eggs—20022 Sic for Oregon.
Indiana, Captain E. V. Roberts, which it was in a very feeble voice that he
At Rockwell City the damage done Captain I.sngfitt favor* the dredging
Many nominations sent to the senate system «ill be followed in townships 6
Cheese— Full cream, twins, 12H arrived from Nome. The Indiana sailed made his presence known to his res by the wind was less serious, but the the change will be authorised.
for confirmation were not acted U|sin. j ami 7, same range. The corresponding
(318c ¡YoungAmerica, 13S@14Hc; fac from the North on the evening of June cuers. Anderson states that Tracy is >ain fell in blinding sheets for an hour,
Senator Mitchell also urged expedi
China refuses to pay the July indem
26, two days later than the Senator.
and the whole country is under wi ater. tion in carrying out the work on the
nity installment at the pre-ient rate ol posed "I io like order. The most desir- tory prices, IO 1
Purser McCullum says there is a great four men whom he does not know, but Crops wure beaten into the ground and Columbia river. He was told that thi*
work would be pressed as rapidly a*
¡townships Sales will he from a large 4.50; hens, 34.0005.60 per dozen, deal of uneasiness at Nome concerning who are supposed to be partners in are a total loss in many places.
crime with Tracy.
possible; that a* soon as the special
The cash value of real estate of ( lit’ I display map, cash payments being de 11O11 Si' l*r pound; springs, 110 the long overdue liners.
Fire In Elevated Railway Car.
board’s report and their action is ar>-
On June 26 the United States revenue
cage and Cooke county is placed at 3L* ’ manded for each tract as it ia taken.
11 He per pound, 32.50(34.50 P»’r do*-
Mo Financial Trouble In France.
Chicago, July 8.—A motorcar on the proved, actual work will be begun.
en; ducks, 32.5003.00 per dozen; tur cutter Thetis was reported at Teller
Paris, July 10.—Contrary to reports Metropolitan elevated railroad caught
Beuncamino Met Mri. Lawton.
The session of congress just closed |
Sochllit Riot« In Italy.
search of the Portland and Jeannie. circulated in the United States, there fire last night while passing Augusta
appropriated 369,855,262 more than J l/iuisville, Ky., July 10.-General pound; geese, 34-00(35.00 per dozen.
London, July 9.—A special dispatch
She probably passed through the straits ia nothing threatening in the financial street. There were 200 people on the
the session of last year.
the 27th. The Indiana was at St. situation here. The minieterof finance train, ami a panic ensued. Several of received here from Rome say* that So
Aguinaldo’* cabinet, arrived in the city dressed, 6c per pound.
will present a bill in the chamber of the passengers made efforts to jump cialist riots occurred at Orte, on the
An Italian striker nt W'ilkesbarre, today and presented mi expression of
Hogs—Gross,.6 Sc; dressed, 707 hie Michael on the 25th. There were then
in that port the steamship Conemaugh, deputies tomorrow converting the 3*$ from the moving train, but were pre right bank of the Tibes, during the
Pa., was shot by a policeman.
Ibis >s svinpatliy from the Federal party in per pound.
of the same line, and steamer Elihu per cent rentes into 3 [>er cents, and he vented by the guards. In the scramble municipal election* held there yeater*
the first loss of life since the great 1 tin- Philippines to the widow of General
Veal—708c per pound.
Beef—Gross, cows, 303Se; steers. Thompson and several river boats; also would hardly choose a threatening that ensued when the prisoners en day. The polling place wa* wrecked
Lawton, who resides in a suburb of
anthracite strike liegan.
Both deavored to get out of the wav of the and ie>eral policemen were stabbed
the steam whaler Hug lies, which arriv moment for such an operation.
dressed, 708»' I*r pound.
Frequent riots have occurred in South
ed th» same <iay from Nome. There 3S and 3 per cents made a plight ad flames, a numlier of persons were The police and military fired on thè
Louisville tonight, going direct to San
Hops—14016 cents per pound.
Wool—Valley, 12 (,(315 ¡Eastern Ore were no ocean vessels at Nome and only vance today, and the Bourse was gener OTushed. and two women are said to moh. Over 40 persons were wounded
1711111 isco, whence he will embark for
Tris ips have been ordered to Ortei
have been seriously injured.
The Union Patcific strike has net- the Philippine«.
gon, 8014Sc; mohair. 250 26c ponnd. one steam craft, the Sadie.
tltxl down to a stubborn contest.
Teachers Overdoing It
Big Check Mixing.
Crew« Driven From Car*
Many Earthquakes at «-»—rf—.
New York is to have the moat mag
Washington. July 10.—Complaints
Indianapolis, July 8.— Indiana offi
Pawtucket, R. I., July 9. — Two cars
July 9— The Nena Frie
The United Presbyterian genciiil
Guthrie, O. T., July 10—Great ex nificent hotel in the world. It will be cials are worrying as to the where- have been received at the war depart of the United Traction company were
Pres e publishes a
smnbly han received an overture pro- citement has l>een caused at Tulsa, I. 20 stories high and cost 310,690,000.
almuts of a check for 3635,000, drawn ment that certain teachers in the Phil- assailed bv a nmb of 100 men in Sayles-
Turkey, saying that
poling union with the reformed church. |- owing to the discovery by surveyors
German experts, after two years’ by the United States for Indiana in ippinos have been trying to induce 1 ville tonight and the crews driven off. since last Saturday 80 shocks ^o'l'eartl*1
working north of that place of < rucks in
Thu Illinios Atuliilion miciety h*s the sides of the mounds, as though test on tour men, declared borax in the payment of its war claim. The check Catholic children to become Protestants. , The rioters cut the curtains to pieces quake, eight Jof which 1 were violent, '
human system retards assimilation of was mailed in Washington twodaysago, The complaints have been forwarder! to with knives, broke the windows and were experienced
Warned Chicago milliners that prosoiti- from great pressure underneath.
Gas fats and albumen.
hut up to this time it has not been seen Acting Governor Wright, with instruc- battered the woodwork. Two cars were shock
‘ ' caused damage to villages in the
tions will follow if birds are masl on ¡H escaping from the fissures and a con
tions to have the practice, if it prevails, attacked in Central Fall«, one at Ixm«-
_ can be heard.
It is reported that' Andrew Carnegie bv the state officers. The fact that the stopped. The teachers will be informed dale and one in this city, despite the vicinity of Sainnica. Other dispatches
hissing and roaring
checks to Illinois and several other
J (hi 1 he extreme top of the highest hill ' gave his second cousin, Miss Harriet states in payment of similar claims that it is no part of the policy of the efforts of the police to give the employes received here from Salonica say that
The Missouri state university » ......., j1M been a small volcano at work, Lauder, of Pittsburg, 31,000,000 when j have lieen received has increased the government to have any religion taught protection. Finally tberunningof car* the shock destroyed 160 houses and
killed one child at Guvesne, and that
Columbia has conferred the degree " . . |gr([B |WBIj|gri|
towting them she became Mrs. J. C. Greenway re
in the school*.
1 anxiety of the Indiana officers.
two peraous were killed at
do, tor of laws <>n Samuel L. Clemens re stag
; Mark Twain.)