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KLAMATH VALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON. OCTOBER 30, 19Oa
»UUAU l-Al'TOHY IHJRNI’D.
I Ire In Chicago
In I. ohm ot Vnlu-
iihle l*n»|H*rl) and Many l.lvca.
NEWS OF OREGON
COST OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Impressive I Igurcs Taken from Report of
Commissioner of Education.
STRIKE VOTED OFF
Cliicngti, (h t. 23, — live limn an
Government Forces of Venezuela Score a
ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM ALL PARTS
known to I iiivo lout thvir liven in n lir<
Victory—3,000 Dead and Wounded.
Washington, Oct. 22. — The annual Wil l. NOT SELL WEST INDIAN COLO
which tonight partly doatroyiMl tin
OF THE STATE.
Victoria, Venezuela, Oct. 21.—A MINERS AGREE TO ACCEPT DECISION
report of the commissioner of education
Veniprahi-nah« Review of C
NIES TO UNITED STATES.
•he Import. plant of the Chicago branch of tht
messenger has arrived here from the
just Hiilimitted to the secretary of the
OF ARBITRATION BOARD.
ant Happenings ot the Past Week, (ilucoHv «iigar relining company, nml
scene of tiie engagement near this place
Cumincrclai old Financial Huppcnlng.s of interior shows the grand total of pupils
Presented In Condensed Form, Most the list of tieivi 111 certainly lie iniicli
the Past Week Brief Review of the in school«, elementary, secondary and Aged Legislator* Who are III are Brought between the government troops and
I Ikely to Prove Interesting to Our greater than five, and may rent 11 a«
revolutionists, bringing news that alter Great Rejoicing Everywhere In the Coal
Growth and l>evelopment of Various higher, both public anil private, in the
Long Distance, Guarded, and Prompt
high iih 30. The eHtiimit«*N run all the
Field* — Engineer» Firm to the Last,
days of terrible fighting, 9,000
Industries Throughout Our Common United Mates for the year ended June
ed at the Time, to Vote Agulnst the
w.ty from that iiumlier down to 10.
Their Employment ia Finally Left
30, 1901, was 17,299,260, an increase
wealth Latest Market Report.
Measure Great Excitement Prevailed
Only <»ne of tht* live men wlione liotiieH
The Unihsl Irish league will raise have l»ern recovered I hin I men Idunti*
to Executive Board — Roosevelt Sum
doned the field, having retired from
During the Voting.
of 278,250 pupils over the previous
$100,000 to tight tlu< landlords
mons the Arbitrators to Meet.
their last position, six miles from La
Printers of Oregon t'ity have formed year. Of this nuniber the enrollment
Fifteen lives were lost by the capsiz-
Tht* fin* broke out with an explosion ■ union.
of pupils in institutions supported by
Copenhagen, Oct. 24. — The I ufk I h -
ing <>f a I am t In Cliinese watera.
in the drying I ioiim , w Inch in aeven
'general anil local taxes furnished by tliing lias rejected the secnml reading of the direction of Villa de Cura.
Term and Cost of Strike.
A Texas mob overpowered ollie. rs in NtoricH in bright, iiih I h I iud I m clone to 1 und a good many sales are now looked states mid municipalities was 15,710, the bill providing for the ratification cording to President Castro the killed
the Innin building of the plant, which I for.
Duration of strike, days . ..
a court uu<l lynched two Negr> es.
3!) I, ns against 15,143,462, the number of the treaty between Denmark and and wounded number 3,000.
in I I atoritMi high..
A third structure
Men on strike
General Miles was roldied in ||ono. iw four wtorieH high. The two mnaller
Three hundred goats were sliip|M"l to rejiorted for tho previous year. Be the United States in regard to the
Total I on « to ail claaae«. .
f200,<JUU,UW , (
lulu of hi« valiae containing iewelrv '* building« were dentroved and tlm larger Montana from Monmouth a few days sides these there were certain special cession of the Danish West Indies to the temperature rose to 116 degrees,
Price of coal at ijegi lining of
and other valuables.
«trike, per ton........
!-'• to f*» , i
•' building wiim badly <hiiii:igt*<l. The Ort« ago.
PreMent price of coal, j»er ton <25 to
institutions, like city evening schools, tho latter country. The vote stood 32 and a visitor to the scene of the en
Nprrnd after tit«' explosion with hiu I i
Boilurniakers in tlo> Wall mah ahopw nt rapidity
business sch'sils, schools for Indians, to 32, a tie. The announcement caused
that it wiih iui|NMMiible for the
Cause of the Strike.
Springetild, III,, have gone
Columbia river undone lor l’uget souml
on «trike «"«’ii in th«* upp
reform sc I khi I m , schools connected with great excitement in the house, and terrible s;>ectacle as was presented bv
The miner«* demand«, which were re- i
for an incrMw« in wages.
- r stories <>f the drying
»"'big built in Porllsnd.
bonne to iinikt* tlieir ««Ncape, mid it ie
nsy' ii m s, schools for cookery and demonstrations on the part of the spec
fluted, were a« follow«: An eight hour
'I I,«« Neeunicum spruce lumber com-
George Smith, colored, on
The victory of the government troops,
day; an increase in pay for men on ' |
the i>utnlH*r of men
t<> ' have <
tator«. In the voting there was one
I'ortlaml for murdering Ida wife, 1,1 I hm * ii nt work oil th«* Frventli floor that puny, of Seaside, is milking some ex-
piecework proportionate to that given <
which is said to be due to the [<ersonal
which enrolled nearly half
to day laborers by «hortening of hour«;
,aM caosrH the iiiic«*rtiunty in tho lht of , tensive improvements to its plant.
—I a million absent. The Rightists and two Inde-
Iteen found guilty of murder in
* dead. Some of th«* «*inpl<iy«*H w ho nmde
ju«t weighing of coal mined, instead of ' |
Adding tho enrollment in pendent Conservatives opposed the courage of President Castro, who, twice,
\ movement is on foot in l.inn coun
arbitrary measurement by varying <
with a Mauser in his hand, charged
ty to have u c I oms I year for pheasants.
At the official trial of til«
‘•carloads”; a fixed «cale of wage«, the
It is claimed that at present there are education, the aggregate is something
rate for the Mme work t*> be the «arne ' i
Wyoming, ahe ahowed a ap.s-d
<»f 12 \» | more than 10 at work when the tire1 not more than a third ns many birds as
everywhere; an agreement embodying ,
1 be ages of the men, Thygeson and ered a serious setback to the cause of
kimta, one knot more than waa called I broke
over 17,750,000 of our population that
the«e demands, entered into by the
out. Whatever the number, all I ! nt one time.
for in the contract.
received education for a longer or Raben, who really decided the contest, the revolutionists. •
ojierator« and th« union.
are dead, l our men leaped from the |
l b.« alatenient of the collections of upper ll<M»rH and all are d«*a«l. Th«* fifth
The Eugene schixli IxFXrd is malt ing shorter peri's! during the year ending are 97 and 87 years, resoectively. Both
internal revenue for September «how a in the lint in an «l-ctii« inn, who in > an effort to have nil school children Juno 30, 1901.
bail lieen expected to die for several here today, reports that up to yester
Wilksebarre, l’a., Oct. 22.— With a
d ereaac of $1,718,770,
coinpare<l knuMii to have « nt« r«*<l th«’ buihling, vaccinated a« a precaution at*uI net
Thev were ls>th I mf <I- day that town was not in the hands of
The value of priqs-rty used for public weeks past.
with the aame month of 1901.
shout that fairly shook the convention
and wan then* at tho tim«« of th«’ fir«*. smallpox, which prevails in that
....t city Hch'M'l purposes has risen to $676,963,- ri'lden at their homes, 150 miles from the revolutionists.
089 from $130,380,008 in 1870, and (lie Copenhagen, but they were brought to
building the representatives of the 47,-
Venezuela ia again at <>uta with Great Hr in hiipi » o » hm | to I m « d«*ad for lb«« roil* and vicinity to Home extent.
PANIC IN BALL ROOM.
llrilaiu. Il la alleged the latter agreed win that all ¡th«’ flr«*in«*n mid laborera | Thomas
000 mineworkers who haxe been on
IL Lowell, who huh convict- expenditures for the common schools the city. Prominent anti-sale |M>)it i< uI
(indo ling eleuientacry und secondary
to put down tho reta'l.ion i( «lie aero alnuit th«* burned building nay that no e<l
‘ of manslaughter
-- • (or • killing «4 IL L. schools, but excluding all institutions leaders were sent to trans|>ort them Fire In Albany, N. C., Building Resulted strike since last May officially declared
given a 30 |s-r cent redm lion of eua- | man inudo bin vHcap«’ from the tip|H*r I Rondmali
off at noon yesterday the greatest con
In One Death and Many Injured.
... .......... imprison- for higher clhcation) amounted to here. The sufferers, accompanied by
torn« on gissla going in'o \ en< zuela.
sentenced to seven years'
test ever made between capital and
$226,043,236, having risen to this sum physicians, were carried into a saloon-
Secretary <«la-H, ”f th«* refining com- t ment. Lowell ia now 62 years
of age. from $43,396,666 in 1870.
The «ecretary of the - interior
In 1870 car, which was rolled on a ferry boat,
holds puny, stated that Im . timnt«l the loss j
out shortly before 11 o’clock tonight labor, and placed all the questions in
that iu all homestead entries made of at $500,0(81.
Work ia progressing rapidly on the the expenditures fur schools per capita on which it crossed from Juniand.
volved in the struggle in the hands of
lauds embracm! in the former Siletz
new B'sitli KclIv sawmill at . Spring-
,...... „ of the population was $1.64; the past After their arrival at Copenhagen they in the Tower <k Brooks store, one of the the arbitration commission appointed
Indian reservation, three years' actual
field. The company hopes to have the
SAMOAN CASI; DECIDED.
re-i leiu'e must I h > proven Indoro patent
mill in <qs'ratioii by the first of the ulation, the highest that it lias ever and driven in carriages to a hotel section of the city. For a time the by the president of the United States.
It was an increase of 10 cents There the two old men were guarded entire dry goods section was threatened, When the news was flashed to the
King Bucar, a» Arbitrator. Rules Against il,'*/,
11 have "
l’a,ity of 250,- Is'en.
■rear. J It 1,**
woman and child over and nursed over night, and were event
towns and villages down in the valleys
The Irish Nationalists creat«l
the United States.
the year previous.
The average at ually carried to their chairs in the and only by moit heroic work on the
other disorder in the Britial
-h house of
New York, Oct. 23.—King Oscar, of
landsthing hall an hour before the part of the firemen w«re the flames and on the mountains of the coal reg
Sweden and Norway, has decided the district in a section little known. nuniber enrolled was 99 days for the meeting. They had a prompter on band practically confined to the building in ions, the inhabitants heaved a sigh
The Mollneux jury baa ta-en com- Samoan controversy iff favor of Ger This is the Imnaha, on the Snake river, year, an increase of 24 days over the to araist them in voting.
which the fire started.
One fireman of relief. Many days have gone by
-- ■ I« off.
- ring h « «ide many, says a dispatch to the Tribune not fur from where the Seven Devils is previous year.
lamg before the h ur fixed for th«
since such welcome news was received.
meeting of the house, the streets were
ot the evidence.
located on the opposite side.
This fait became known on the re litlx development has been done.
At the time the fire bloke out a Everywhere there was rejoicing, and
crowded with excited seekers for ad
TAFT ANSWERS THE TEACHERS.
Repreaentative ('. A. Rusaell, 'of turn ol Mr. Grip, the minister of
mission. Thousands were turned away. dance was in progress in a hall on the in many places the end of the strike
Connm-tleut, is critically ill and hia Sweden and Norway, from a Ung visit i A majority of Hie I<ewia and Clark
Complaints About Philippine Positions arc Die hall ami galleries were packed. top floor of the burning building.
Es was the signa) tor impromptu town
recovery ia not ex|H'i te<l.
to his Imnie. Mr. Grip called at the fair directors favor a special session of
The vote was taken amid suppressed ex
The anthracite coal
Not Well Founded.
citement, and the announcement of the
An electric light wire at «rted a tire state department, but did not, of course,
largest city, Scranton,
vote was greeted w ith a storm of cheers fast spreading flames, and 25 young
in I’.-lena, Montana, whidi dcatroyed I disclose the decision of his sovereign, tion for the exposition. They believe
coal patch, has
men and women were lifted out of the
» $I6, u 00 werth of property.
simultaneously to the three powers let the otlier states have an opportunity teachers in the Philippines about the the part of the anti sale men was almost front windows and helped over adjoin suffered by tho conflict, and everyone
A Big Four paaaenger train ran into coni-erned. I he announcement will lie to see what we have done in the matter
now looks for better times.
The disorder w»s not
hardships which they endured. It unbounded.
ing loofs. The shrieks of hysterical
an open awitch 14 mile« north of , Co- astonishing to th'' governments of the and allow tl em to act accordingly.
suppressed for a considerable time.
While the large army of mineworkers
was asserted that good places were
lumtv'e, Ohio, fatally injuring several United States and Great Britain, which
Crown Trince Frederick, all the min women created much excitement, but and their families, numbering approxi
given to a few teachers and bad places isters and many memliers of the diplo cool headed firemen soon carried them mately 500,000 persons, are grateful
were confident that they would estab ty jail at Albany for larceny,
mado hia to others. Complaint also was made matic corps and members of the folks-
to a place of safety.
Several women that work is to be resumed on Thurs
The National W. C. T.
in session lish fully the legality and propriety of esea|a' a few days ago.
He waa cap
lie joint lamlinir
landing of marines at Apia tured at Eugene.
that tho condition of the currency thing were present. The public galler were burned, but none were seriously day, the strikers have still to learn
at Hortland, Maine, passed a resolution the
ies were crowded.
what tbeir reward will lie. President
isin'ietuning the character <>f advertise in I 899 t<> sustain the 1 decree of the
caused a loss to the teachers, and that
The cabinet held a meet ¡Fig imme<li-
J. F. Markley, who mitrdeied John
Samoan supremo court mid end the
Roosevelt, having taken prompt action
ment« plated on bill boards.
" the rejection of the bill, and
Ten minutes after the fire was dis in calling the arbitrators together for
____ _ has the commissary supplies of the insular ately
Tho full N’(»|H’ ot the ! D. Fain at Champ'H'g Iaht _ June,
Two person« were killed and 15 in arbitral dc-rte of King
was agreed ' that
I’ 1 the
_ of the covered flames were pouring out of tlieir first meeting on Friday, the min
Orcar la not been sentenced to spend the remainder administration were not good,
jured in • railroad wreck at Herne, yet divulged, and the oxtent to which 1 of his life in the penitentiary. He is these complaints were referred to Gov- landsthing did not
—J tlieir every window, and neighboring build ers h qie they will know by Thanks
- • I
Texas. The accident occurred at a it rovers I he < laitne for damage tiled by 417
day what practical gains they
ernor Taft. His reply has now lieen resignation.
ings were ablaze in many places. The giving
crossing, two trains meeting.
the citizens of three countries ami of
Municipal telegraph company’s build
Construction work on tho terminal received at the war department.
TO ASSASSINATE LOUBET.
The vote to resume coal mining was
Matthew II. Money, a pion.s'r news France may not Is- known for several yards, at Grants Pass, of the Oregon A
ing was badly scon hed, the windows
Governor Taft says that in tho very
a unanimous one, and was reached only
paper man of the Pacific coast, died in 'lays. These claims, which were nom Pacific railroad wiU begin January 1.
nature of things the teachers had Ui o Anarchist Found In Hiding to Kill Presi being shattered by the intense heat ami after a warm debate. The principal
Oakland, aged 70 years.
At different inally the prime cause for arbitration,
the frames twisted out of shape and
Marion county physicians have enter upon duties which were largely of
dent of French Republic.
objection to accepting the arbitration
times he conduct«! several pa|«'ra in are insignifl< ant, however, compared
with the question of national honor,
different parts ot Washington.
It was two hours before the flame« plan was that no provision was con
on which they defended, ami if the White, of Gervais, was elected presi were certain to l>e the portion of some. morning says a man was detected early were fully under control. It is impos tained in the scheme to take care of
Railway wwitelinien of St. Paul and action of the I'liiled States and Great dent and C. II. Robertson, of Salem,
those men who would fail to get back
ments equal, but as the facts became yesterday morning attempting to climb sible to secure any estimate of the their old positions or would be unable
Minneapolis have given notiix' of a de Britain had been sustains! by the secretary.
known efforts would Is« made to equal
mand for higher wag«- and «hotter royal arbiter, would have fallen to the
to get work at all. The engineers and
Tho recent rains throughout the Wil ize tho duties of teachers, so that all lielieved that lie intended to bide in
hour«. They will strike if the raise is ground.
pumpmen get better pay than other
BOXERS NOT YET PUT DOWN.
would share in the pleasant duties as the palace garden in the hope of obtain
classes of mineworkers, and they did
ers to push tho work of fall seeding. well as the ariluoiri work.
ing an opportunity to assassinate Presi
TO REGISTER LAND TITLES.
not wish to run the risk of losing alto
All fruit ia picked and other fall work
British army officers say the Ameri
Governor Taft says that the comple dent Ixtuliet. The man was arrested Chinese Viceroy A«ks Missionaries Not to gether their old places and being com
over and a few days more of good tion of Isiats Qiat have been building and was found to bearmed with a poiFi
can horses «re f«r la»ttcr for cavalry ur«!
Travel In Disturbed Districts.
pelled to dig coal for a living.
Philippine Commission Decides to Adopt | weather will enable the farmers to fin-
than any otlier they can obtain.
for the insular government there will ard and a loaded revolver.
Pekin. Oct. 21.—The new viceroy of 11"*’’1*0“ ca,1,e UP . and waï
the Torrens System.
Two convict« in the !«•* ven worth,
chist, who has already been convicted Sze Cheun province, Tsen Chun Suan, up to the time the vote was taken. No
Manila. Oct. 23.—The United States
The first carload of Oregon's driml commissary departmen..
Kun., federal prison filed off Hair
three times, and upon two of these oc reports that the Boxera have not been one had a definite plan to offer to over
Philippine commission has decided to j prunes
of thia year'« crop left Albanv
shackles and were about toesrape when
for manufacturing explosive suppressed at Cheng Tu and two other come the objection, and the report of
enact a land-law registry bill drafted | '_ ab 7 t Saturday ™
for Now York,
ADOPTION ALMOST SURE.
-. Four and
the committee on resolutions, recom
Hie bill adopts | one-half cents was received,
by Commissioner Ide. The
centers and lie asks the ministers and mending that the strike be declared
The police are trying to keep the
The treasury department has a«ked the Torrens registry system, with ni'sl-
Miners are Considering Peace Plan, wiih
matter quiet and refuse to divulge the ' missionaries to refrain from traveling off, and that all issues lie placed in the
for offers of properly lor sale in New- ifications to tit local conditions, and
Superintendent ol Public instruction I
Mitchell In the Chair.
hands of the arbitration commission
in central Sze Chuen at present.
| Ackerman recently naked several . county
York for u«O to erect the new post office creates a land titles court.
Wilkesltarre, Pa., Oct. 21.--The
The emperor’s reception at the sum for decision, was adopted without the
titles throughout the island are at pres- superintendents to offer suggestions for
question being settled.
A few mo
Mexico Would Welcome Boers.
sin h an extent that I the betterment
liettermenl ot the
system, anxiously awaited convention of tho
mer palace today was attended by the ments before adjournment, however, a
Ocean vessels sailing f <>m Atlantic ent clouded to such
sales of land ami its improvements are Tho ideas he has rlceived are many and 143,000 striking miners met yesterday,
diplomatic corps except in the case of partial solution was reached when a
port« «re being delay«! somewhat on
An enormous task is in vari«!, and include higlier qualifica- but did not reach a vote on the proposed man, late of the Boer army, and
account ot their inability to secure volved in the lalsir of clearing titles.
the British minister. Sir Ernest Satow, delegate in the furthermost corner of
tions ol teachera, consolidation of di«-
plan of settlement. It is expected to Marshal Bond, of New' York, who are he having declined all social intercourse the hall moved that the problem be
Government lands which were sold triets and mi increase of thè compuliory
here investigating the suitability of
so txslay. Tlieie were 662 delegates Mexico for the settlement of Boer tol- on account of the miscarriage of justice placed in the hands of the executive
Sanitary conditions in the Philip under authority of the Philippines act attendante period.
board for solution, and his suggestion
present in the Nesbit theater, where onies, are pleased with the reception in the case of the murdered English was adopted.
pines are rapidly improving. Cholera after that act passed the American con
has been gotten under control and is gress. will be recorded under the Tor
the convention was held, and they were
missionaries, Bruce and I-ewis, in Ho
rapidly dying out.
em|>owered by their local unions to ernment. They have had an interview nan province, wnere the responsible
SPEED SACRIFICED TO POWER.
The commission has parsed a bill de
with Finance Minister Limantour, and
Wheat—WallaWalla, 66R67c; blue-
France is facing a serious labor situ
cast 867 votes for or against President will travel in several states, examining officials were exculpated and ignorant
ation. Every union man in the nation
Naval Board Decides to Make Important
Barley—Feed, $21.00 per ton; brew- Roosevelt's proposed plan of arbitra lands. The British subjects residing peasants were beheaded.
may bo called out to gain a univoisal nila street railway franchise is to lai
Changes in New Cruisers.
granted. This bill provides for the Ing, »22 00.
tion. The majority of the delegates here have shown generous hospitalitv
The negotiations for the departure of
eight hour day ami an old ago (tension.
Washington, Oct. 23.—The naval
award of the franchise by competition.
Flour—Beat grade, 3.2003.60; grah-
Dr. William If. Bates, a woll known Bids will be opened next March, after
have lieen interrupted. It appears that board of construction today finally de
am. $2 9003.20.
instructed were engineers, firemen and welcome Boer settlers.
cided upon the features of the armored
Nee York physician, who disappeared advertisement here and in the United
Britain before consenting to the
MiUstuffa—Bran, $19.00 per ton; pumpmen, p-ho fear that the 6,000 strik
cruisers authorized by the last act of
last Anguat, has Iteen found in IxFmfbn. SUites.
Train Plunged Through a Trestle.
middlings, $23.60; shorts, 119.60; ers of these classes ’may not get back
congress. Speed has been sacrificed to
He says his mind has Iwon practically
Cairo, III., Oct. 24.—A Big Four
their old places how held by nonunion passenger train made up of a baggage rangement in regard to her status in power.
a blank since that time and he did not
CHINESE RECORDS RESTORED.
Oats—No. 1 white, $1.025^01.05; men. This question of the engineers, car and two passengers plunged through the Yangtse valley and more precise
By a vote of four against one. Engin
know his own identity.
gray, $1.0001.02 *4 per cental.
firemen and pumpmen proved the only a burned trestle between Tunnel Hill stipulations concernins non alienation eer in Chief Melville’s proposition to
The execution of Murderer Belding American Officer Will Return Tablets of
Hay — Timothy, $10011; clover, stumbling block in the way of almost and Parker last night. The engine and
give the big ships 26,000 horsepower
Jade to Chinese Government.
will take place at Portland Octolier 31
$7.60; cheat, $8 per ton.
immediate adoption of the president's baggage car landed 16 feet ’below in a
and a speed of 23 knots at a minimum
San Francisco, Oct. 23.—»The famous
Potatoes—Best Burbanks, 00070c plan, which carries with it declaring ravine, whilethecoachea left the track,
was rejected and the horsepower will
The Haytian rebellion ia at an end Jade
tablets brought to this country bv I.....
Washington, Oct. 21.—While Presi stand at 23,000, which he estimates
kCUWll, the strike off, and a general resumption slid down the embankment and turned
by the submission of the revolutionists. ....... tenant F. M. Wise, of the marine I.'. ,
$1.760 of work through tho hard coal mining over. The 40 passengers escaped with
will actually bring the speed down to
corps, will now find their way hack to I growers’prices; Merced
" sweets, *'
Oyster Bay to register his vote for the about 21)4 knots.
Secretary of the ^Treasury Shaw has
2 per cental.
The new boats
announced that he will buy $20,000,090 I China. Collector of Customs Stratton
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, $3.600
therefore will be threo aqd one-half
fireman jumped and were not hurt. vote.
The president is progressing knots slower than the four famous Eng
has lieen instructed by the secretary of 4.26; per pourd, 10c; hens, $404.60 per
Politics In King's Visit.
cf 1926 bonds.
The engine was badly wrecked.
finely toward complete recovery, and ia lish armored cruisers of the Drake
New York, Oct. 22.—It is said that
The 29th annual convention of the the treasury to turn them over to the dozen; per pound, 11c; springs, $3.00
now able to move about without crutch class. To offset this lack of speed the
National W. 0, T. U. is In session at Chinese consul on the payment of $50. 03.60 per dozen; fryers, $2.6003.(0; the coming visit of the king of Portugal
Motorman to Blame.
es or even a cane, but his physicians Tennessee class will have a much more
Tho money will bo given to Lieutenant broilers, $2.0002.60; ducks, $5.000 to England has great political signifi
Boston, Oct. 24.—In a report upon have advised him not to travel any dis
Wise, who lias alleged all along that he I 6.(0 per dozen; turkeys, young, 125i cance, and that many important mat
powerful battery, namely, four 10 inch
the accidental death of President tance for at least two weeks.
For this guns in the two turrets against two
A new panel of 160 talesmen has paid that amount for the stones. There 013c; geese, $6.0006.60 per dozen.
ters lietwecn him and King Edward in Roosevelt’s bodyguard, W. A. Craig,
been called to secure the jury for the are 10 tablets in all, and on each are
nine-inch guns in the main batteries of
Cheese— Full cream, twins, 140 regard to South Africa are to be dis and the injury of President Roosevelt
inauguration of President Woodrow the British ships. The Tennessee class
inscriptions of great value. On some 14)4c; Young America,
trial of Roland B. Mollneux.
14^016; cussed, cables the I-ondon correspond
are the mid names of om|ierors long factory prices, 101 Ji c less.
also will have more armor, the protect
ent of the Tribune.
Vague rumors last month, made public today, the
A collision between two trains in
though he had epxressed his particular ive deck at its thickest part being four
dead, and on mm« the names of be
Ohio resulted in both engines lielng de
hoard of railway commissioners find
|ier pound; extras, 30c; dairy, 18 Portugal’s South African colonies have that tho responsibility for the accident desire to be present when President and a half inches with six-inch side
Wilson is installed.
molished and 20 persons injured.
020c; store, 12*4015.
l>een current for a long while, but at the rests with tho motorman of the elec
Mir Thomas Lipton’s challenge
tric car which ran into the president's
Dewey Is Honored.
Shanghai, Oct. 23.—Four British
Navy Yard Is Too Small.
flops—New crop, 22926c per pound.
race for the America’s cup has lieen re-
Philadelphia, Oct. 21.—Ata meeting
New Cruiser Washington.
giinlxmts have been ordered from here
Wool—Valley, 1254016c; Eastern
Washington, Oct. 23.—The annual
ceived by the New York yacht club.
to the Yangtse Kiang, to Hankow, be Oregon, 8014J4c; mohair, 20928c.
today of tho board of governors of the report of Rear Admiral Kenney, pay
Washington, Oct. 22.—In view of
Shamrock III Is Commenced.
The principal Issue before the min cause of the failure ot the Chinese
303*4c per the conclusion rescued today by tho
Thomas Jefferson memorial association master general of the navy, devotes
ers’ convention will be provision for authorities to deal with the murderers pound; steers, 4c; dressed, 607c.
naval board of construction, plans for on the Shamrock III is progressing. of the United States held in Independ much space to showing that there is a
men thrown out of work by the reten of Bruco and Lewis, the English mis
shortage of officers for the work. It is
the armored cruiser Washington will Like her predecessor, she will be close
sionaries who were killed. ft is said
Mutton — Gross, 3c per pound; be completed and ready for advertise up to 90 feet, the water-line limit, but ence hall, Admiral Dewey was elected stated that there is a demand for the
tion of nonunioniats.
authorities are alarmed dressed, 6c.
ment by November 3, along with
.... plans . sue
...» one member from each of the original enlargement of the storage plants at
The irrand fnrv found an Indictment' that
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shorter over all.
al I. The
■- ■ * s step
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for murder In the first degree against ( at Great Britain
Lambs— Gross, 35ic per pound; • ' jur
» C5lillt3BBVt7. The
reg- new challenger will also lie less in all 13 states, the District of Columbia and Washington, Boston, Norfolk, Mare
’ I ular differential of 4 per cent in favor other taxed measurements, and under
William Hooner Young who Is under ¡Ching, president of the foreign office, dressed, OJfc.
Island and Puget sound,
mod i flea-
The territories are lion of the
arrest at Naw^nrk for the killing oL will confer with regard to the matter
Hoge—Gross, 6Ji««Xc per pound; of the Pacific coast bidders will be I the ruler would receive a time allow- the territories.
Smith, for suniMaCl^^BH
dressed, 707 Ho.
1 ance from the Columbia.
TWO REMISI HERES.