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FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 20, 1902,
(lover nur Millrlilr, ol Washington, Aak»
I’viiplt: tu ObM-rvc Nov. 17.
NEWS OF OREGON
SWITCHMEN WON’T STANO IN.
They Will Not Strike, and Trainmen Are
To Be Given No Assistance.
TO SUPPRESS LAORONISM.
Military Forces Will Probably Help Con
stabulary In Cavite.
DAMAGED BY FIRE
Olympia, Wash., Nov. 14.—Slate of ITFMS OF INTEREST FROM ALL PARTS
Chicago, Nov. 13.—According to a COAL BARONS HOLD THAT MINERS'
! Washington, Fus-ulive Department,
Manila, Nov. 12.— The government NEW YORK-BROOKLYN BRIDGE SCENE
OF THE STATE.
statement made today by Grand Master
j Olympia, Proclamation by the Gover-
is adopting vigorous measures to sup
DEMANDS ARE UNJUST.
OF A COSTLY BLAZE.
Comprvli islvs Review of the Import ' nor :
Hawley, of the Switchmen’s union of
press ladronism in the provinces of
ant Happenings of the Past Week,
Cavite, Rizal and Bulacan.
“Whereas, the president of the Cummcrclal and Financial Happenings of , North America, there will lie no strike
Leader of the Mine Operators Claims the
Presented In Condensed I orm. Most I lilted Slates, following a time lion-
embracing these provinces and sur It Was the New One Now Under Course
the Pant Week—Brief Review of the of switchmen in Chicago, Officials of
Average Earnings of the Men Are Not
of Construction — Fire Was 355 Feet
l ikely lu Prove Interesting to Our orisi elisioni, has designatisi Thursday,
rounding Manila is the scene of con
Growth and Development of Various the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen,
Less Than In Other Callings Requiring
In the Air, Rendering Fire Apparatus
the 2/tli day of Novemls-r, 1902, as a
Industries Throughout Our Common
Equal Skill and Training Eight-Hour
Useless — Loss Will Reach *500,000,
day of festival and national thanks-
wealth Latest Market Report,
and Work May Be Delayed.
tion, and say the switchmen who are
Miner D. Brvan, formerly of Illinois, ! going for th« manifold blessings of the
them numbering 200 or 300 men, are
Illis ia-etl appointed superintendent of last year, now, therefore, I, Henry
members of their organization are
operating in the described districts,
The burglars who blew open the safe
education for the Philippines.
Washington, Nov. 13.—President and have committed various depreda
New York, Nov. 12.—The new East
McBride, governor if the state ot at Helix a few days ago have been cap strong enough to enforce demands
The monitor Wyoming, nearing com Washington, in accordani'u w ith custom tured and a portion of tiie stolen money made by them upon the railroad com Baer, of the Philadelphia & Reading tions. They find a safe refuge in the river bridge, in process of construction
pletion at Ran Frani imo , will la< turned
The plan of the govern between New York and Brooklyn, was
panies entering Chicago.
It was coal and iron company, has filed with mountains.
and by virtue of the power vestisi in and goods recovered.
over $O the government Novemls r 29.
the anthracite coal strike commission ment contemplates securing the assist damaged to tire amount of at least
me by law, do hereby appoint Thurs
Twenty thousand of the 75,000 book
The secretary of the navy has direct day, the 27th day of Novemlier, 1902, lets advertising Lane county huve been Western, the Chicago Terminal Trans the reply of that company to the state ance of the military, which has lieen $500,000 tonight by a fire that for four
inactive since the end of the insurrec
ed that the army transport llitmoik
printed and are ‘in the hands of the fer and the Chicago & Eastern Illinois ment made by John Mitchell, presi tion. The extent of the army’s partici hours raged 355 feet in the air, on the
proceed to New York, where she will as a dav of thanksgiving and prayer advertising department of the Harriman
summit of the great steel tower on the
throughout the stale of Washington, company for distribution in the Eastern railroads had entered into agreements concerning the points involved in the pation in the work of suppression de New York side. There was probably
lie used as a receiving ship.
pends upon developments. It is prob
with the switchmen’s union by which
All Christmas presents enteiing the and do earnestly recommend that the states.
Following is able that the military authorities will no loss of life.
that organization accepts the increase anthracite coal strike.
Philippines will 1st subject to the suine people, in grateful recognition of the
request the garrisons to protect the
Owing to the enormons height of the
the text of Mr. Baer’s statement:
George Smith, colored, who murdered
more important towns, while the con tower it was impossible to reach the
duty a* other g'ssls, according to ad many blessings we are now enjoying, Ins white wife in Portland, has lieen of 2% cents an hour for switchmen and
3^ cents an hour for foremen, which
stabulary coigluct the field operations. fire with any [apparatus in the fire de
vices issued by the war department.
cease from their usual avocations and sentenced to hang on December 19.
mission: The Philadelphia A Reading It is thought that martial law, in a partment, and the flames, after devour
forty prisoners in tin ie Arizona js*ni- i dedicate this day to deeds of charity
coal and iron company replying to the modified form, will be declared and ing all the woodwork on the top of the
tentiary overpowered th«
.!.J guards and ’ and hrntherly love,nuil in their churches prepare a bill of exceptions to lie used gers. It was also learned that the Illi
the privilege of the writ of habeas cor tower, seizid on the timber falsework
in an appeal to the supreme court.
em | hh 1. This Is the eccomi delivery
nois Central and Rock Island compan demands of John Mitchell, representing pus suspended in Cavite province, of the two foot bridges suspended from
in a month, A new priron is ls<ing and their homes reader praise and
which has Isen the home of the la- the[main cables, burning away the sup
George L. Dillman, state engineer ies were negotiating with the switch
built ill the solid risk of a imiuiitain | thanksgiving to the Giver of all good.
"That it owns 37 collieries Bituated drones for ages.
ports. Nearly 1,000,000 feet of burn
“In witness whereof 1 have hereunto under the Carey arid land act, expresses
Military control of Cavite province ing lumber fell with a crash and a hiss
Grand master Hawley, of the switch in the counties of Schuylkill, Northum
s«t my hand ami causisi the seal of the the opinion that private ojierations men’s union, declared his organization berland and Columbia, and that it did is not contemplated.
It is intended into the stream.
The falling foot
’■ he 28th
American Bunkers' asm«
state to lai affixed, this 12th day of will not prevent government work, as had a memberhsip of 1,700 in Chicago, operate, previous to the strike inaugur that the military and civil authorities bridge carried away a score of lighter
session in Now Orleans,
the amount reclaimed is small com and asserted that the Brotherhood of ated by the United Mineworkers of shall work in conjunction. The belief cables and guys, which trailed in the
Novemlier, A. D. 1902. •
is held that advantage has been taken water, rendering it necessary for ihe
pared with the total area of arid land Railway Trainmen could not call a
alsiut |oo di legn'ca and
in the state.
present. Seattle wants th,
strike of switchmen if they so desired. America, 33 collieries and four wasii- in some parts of the island of the com purpose of safety to stop all traffic up
He said his organization had secured an eries. and that at that time it had plete inactivity of the soldiers, and it and down the river.
Rl FORM PHILIPPINE FINANCES.
Superintendent of Public Instruction increase of 10 per cent in the North 26,829 employes in and about the is thought that the use of the army by
The fire was the most spectacular
General Gwen Summers |1HM |H„.h
Ackerman has decided that as soon as west, and that the scale would be re
the civil authorities will have a bene conflagration that has ever been seen in
mu le commander-in chief of tl,« Span Vics Governor Wright DI kusms Situation a parent or guardian moves into
___ a cognized by switchmen throughout the
New York. The fire started in a tool
“The demand for ‘20 per cent in
school district with the intention of country. He further declared that the
ish-American war veterans.
and Makes Suggestions.
The vigorous campaign against the shed, and from this spread to the
National I.... dqnariers will be moved
San Francisco, Nov. 14.—Luke E. mi.king it bin Ixma fide residence. . a demands made by the brotherhood had crease upon the price paid durine the ladrcnes conducted by volunteers in framework. Within five minutes after
child of such parent or guardian is en
to Portland. Colonel R. ||. Savage,
Bulacan province has resulted in driv
right, of the Philippines, speaking of titled to free tuition from the time he lieen prompted by jealousy an l could year 1901 to employee performing con ing many refugee bandits into Rizal, the discovery of the fire the whole top
•listed commander in chief, was com
o< the tower was hi a blaze. Then the
not be recognized.
pelled to resign on account of ill h< altli i financial affairs in the islands, said in moves into the district.
where the campaign is now opening. foot bridges fell, carrying with them
reasonable and unjust. This company General Davis is co-operating with
and th« honor fell to th« vi<’«» com | an interview that th« money market is
many tons of bolts, rivets, cuts and
RAILROADS ANO MEN AGREE.
Linn county fanners are preparing a
there is such similarity between Governor Taft.
mander. General Summers.
He hag strengthened tools.
| continually fluctuating.
protest to lie presented to the next leg
the mining of bituminous and of anth the garrisons in Rizal, and is support
While the fire was at its. heights
tienyal Chaffee has reached 8an
"A hill to afford the necessary relief islature against the proposed change of Increase of About 12 Per Cent for Labor
ing and assisting the native constabu party of firemen were cut off at the
Francisco from the Philippines.
was presented to congress, hut not the game law, under which upland
lary, which is now effective. The opera iiase of the tower, where they were ex
Chicago, Nov. 13. — The wage con one a standard for the other.
1 he chief of ordunce of th« navy rec la-oed,'’ »aid he. ”1 think that lor birds may be shot from September 15,
tions in Cavite province will com posed to a torrent of brands of redhot
“This company denies that the pres mence shortly.
onitnends the establishment of wireless the Is-nelit of the commerce the matter instead of from October 1. Open seas troversy between the railroads and the
iron and steel.
They were rescued
on befoie October 1 means at a time
rate of wages is lower than is paid
telegraphy along the entire Pacific
after several had been severely* burned.
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen,
CANAL TREATY IS ASSURED.
Brands from the tower set fire to the
in other mines in the same locality
M'ssion of congress. it has been sug- vesting ami they desire to have an even which, for a time, threatened to tie up
big storehouse of the Pennsylvania
The annual report of Assistant Post gcsled Hint a I Hipin > dollar of silver chance with hunters from the cities.
all the principal switching terminals and controlled by like conditions. Colombia’s Stand Will Cause No Trouble steel company. It was entirely con
master General Wynne favors a greater
in Chicago, was amicably adjusted to This company is not informed as to the
sumed, and the contents were hurled
for United States.
The Three Sisters canal company lias
appropriation for tin- rural mail deliv- should 1« introduced into the islands,
average annual earnings in the bitum
into the river, together with two hoist
inous coal fields, but it avers that near
ing derricks on the platform. It was
board an application for contract for
ly all of its former employes wno dur Hay today had a conference with Sen 11 o’clock before the Hames bad.de
No trace can lie found of H. F. Egan, 5o cents of our gold money. 1 think the reclamation of 30,000 acres of arid
ing the past five months worked in the
the Great Northern railroad null who sin’ll a coin would remedy the present land lying in the western part of Crook
committee on foreign relatione, and voured everything combustible, leaving
was lost in the mountains near Bolton, financial situation. Such a monetary county. The tract is located between reached on the basis of a compromise. bituminous mines have returned to the also with Senator Morgan, the senior only the steel tower and the four great
anthracite coal regions, preferring to
Mont., a week ago. *
system would lie similar to the one now the mountains known as the Three Seventeen of the railroads signed the work in the anthrarite mines.
member of the minority of the senate 18 bi inch steel cables stretching across
the river. These cables were recently
Sisters and the Deschutes river. It is
All the money m-ces-ary fur irriga in use in Japan.”
‘This company denies that ‘the rate committee on canal matters. The sec completed, save for the steel sheathing,
tion week at Portland has le-en raised
of wages in the anthracite coal fields is
“It has been suggested that a limited
and it is feared that they have hpen
and the committee han the plans of en number of Chinese—say lull,into—lie water from tributarihs of the Deschutes. morning. The men will receive an in insufficient to compensate the mine tial progress is making towards the badly damaged by the intense heat.
tertainment allii'M completed.
workers, in view of the dangerous char
nllowisl to land in the Philippines
The Tailant (¡rant packing company, crease of about 12 per cent. At to
bian government, conveying the neces Should it be necessary to replace them,
The main Issue Is-tween the negotiat Do you think their presence would of Astoria, has filed articles of incor night's meeting the railroads submitted acter of the occupation in relation to sary rights for the construction of a the labor of two years would be lost.
accidents, liability to serious and perm
ors of the Cuban-l'nit««l States reci relieve the present labor shortage?” poration.
a proposition offering an increase of 3 anent disease, the high death rate and canal across the Isthmus of Panama. Chief Engineer Martin, in charge of
the bridge construction, said that four
procity treaty is the rate of reliate to was asked.
the short trade life incident to this em In fact, so well have the negotiations steel saddles, weighing 34 tons, on the
“I would not like to see the doors
The Multnomah county delegation to
I« a I low«, I on sugai and tobacco enter
The proposition was ac ployment.’
thrown o;>en to the Chinese. Skilled the legislature, at a meeting held last foremen.
top of the tower, were red hot, But
ing the United States.
“This company further denies that Hay and Senor Concha, the Colombian were not damaged.
lalsir, yes, if limited, would ceitainly week, indorsed a $500,000 appropr a cepted by the men. The rates agreed
One of the four
Wisconsin capitalists have purchased prove lenefii ial. Some of the Chinese tion for the Lewis and Clark fair.
‘the children of the anthracite mine
cables resting on the saddles, too, lie
upon are as follows:
224,368,000 feet of yellow pine titulier are very clever, and they would be able
workers are prematurely forced into the
Day foremen, 31 cents per hour; breakers and mills instead of being the phases of the proposition will have thought, would have to be partially re
Eugene has asked for an increase in
in Idaho (or Hi cents per thousand. to teach the Filipinos many of the in
placed bv splicing.
This will involve
mail carriers to meet the growing de
supported and educated upon the earn been disclosed, and little will remain
Th« timlu-r sold is on lands selected by dustries.’*
helpers, 28 cents per hour; night help ings of their parents, because of the to lie done to conclude the convention. a delay of at least four months. The
the state along the North Fork and its
Governor Wright, accompanied by
It can lie stated that the attitude of remaining cables suffered little injury.
ers 30 cents per hour. These rates are
tributaries between Smith’s Ferry ai.d his wife, left for the East Thursday
Two million feet of logs were swept one-half j»er cent in excess of the St. low wages of such parents,’ or that such the Colombian negotiations presents no The lose on the two foot bridges is esti
the uptwr slid of the lakes. Tbe>e night.
away in a Lewis river freshet caused by Paul-Minneapolis rate for each class. wages are below the fair and just earn insurmountable obstacles, and that a mated at $100,000.
ings of mineworkers in this industry.
lands cover 32,589 acres.
The bridge extends from the foot of
the recent heavy rains.
The effect of the new scale will be
"No boys are employed in and about treaty can be framed acceptable to both Delaney street, Manhattan, to the foot
French miners have decided not to
the mines and breakers in violation of
The work of installing the new ma
of South Fifth street, Brooklyn.
accept terms made by arbiters.
of the Brotherhood of Trainmen, the the statutes fixing the ages of employ spirit of the Spooner act.
wit designed to carry four surface
Rvpuhlknns Win a Sweeping Victory All chinery at the Mountain View mine, rate will go into effect at all large cen
ment. In addition to provisions for
Fire at Camden, N. J., destroyed
near Baker City, will soon be com
railroads, two tracks for elevated trains,
Through the Islands.
TRIED TO LYNCH CAR CREW.
ters west of Chicago, where committees education, ample hospitals for the care
three blocks, valued at $250,000.
two roadways for vehicles, two foot
are now in session awaiting the out of the sick and injured are maintained
Honolulu, Nov. 7, via San Francisco,
paths and two cycle paths, at an ele
TrusHlegifliitioii is almost sure at the
The 1902 hop crop in this state will come of the Chicago trouble.
in the anthracite coal regions. This Angry Crowd Try to Take Vengeance on vation of 135 feet above the water in
Nov. 14.—The elections yesterday re-
abort or long session of congress.
The Chicago scale goes into effect company avers that there is not any
amount to about 85,000 bales. Of this
the center of the main span. The main
sultisl in a victory for the Republican
Dr. Nansen, the Arctic explorer, will ticket. Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalani- amount less than 20,000 bales remain November 15, and through the signed where else in the world a mining region
St. Louie, Nov.. 12.—A crowd tonight cables had recently been completed,
agreements with the railroad managers where the workmen have so many com attempted to lynch the motorman and
in the hands of the growers.
start on another expedition In 1903.
it cannot be modified without 30 days’ forts, facilities for education, general conductor on a trolley car that had and the work of laying the main span
anole, the Republican nominee, is
was soon to have begun. The cost of
Major General MacArthur has lieen
advantages and such profitable employ struck a wagon containing 12 persons the bridge was placed at about $10,-
elected as de'e’ate to congress, and the candidates by the voters has been pre
ordered to the command of th« Depart
at Jefferson avenue and Howard street, 000,000.
legislature will Is* Republican in both pared for the Oregon legislature.
ment of lire lakes.
"In general we deny, in so far as re injuring eight.
One, a girl, was in
An experimental salmon hatchery is
Much anxii tv is felt concerning the
lates to anthracite mining, ‘that the jured internally, and was taken to a
TO HAVE WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.
condition of tho emperor of Russia. ators holding over from the last legis in operation on the Alsea river, in Ben Alter Four Years of Suspense and Prison 10-honr day is detrimental to the hospital. The others received severe
He is greatly depressed in mind and i" lature, to three Republicans.
healthy life of the mineworkers; that bruises but were able to go to their System To Be Established Across Canada
en so successful that it is likely to be
New York, Nov. 13. — Roland B. shorter hours improve the physical, homes. A crowd soon collected around
from Cape Breton to Victoria.
1 he result of the election, it is thoulit
made a permanent station.
Molineux was set at lilierty today, after moral and mental conditions of the the wagon and some one shouted:
Minister «’n, Chinese representative by Republicans, will l>e the end of the
B. C-. Nov. 12.—J. N.
A custom quartz, mill will soon lie in
Instantly Greenehields, solicitor of the Marconi
at Washington, will not await the ar home rule party. A division ot the operation in the Quartzburg district spending nearly four years in prison workers, and that shorter hours in "Lynch the car crew!”
crease the intensity and efficiency of a rush was made for the conductor and wireless telegraph company, now here,
rival of his successor, but will return voters along the lines of Republicanism Contracts have already lieen secured for and being once condemned to death
labor.’ We admit that the tendency motorman. Several policemen rushed announced^today that the company is
and Itemocracy, as on the mainland, is
home nt once.
now expected. It is also regarded as reducing ore sufficient to keep a 20- and twice placed on trial for bis life of national and state governments and to the rescue and by threats to shoot about to establish a system of wireless
Fire in the New York Times office disposing largely ot the race issue and stamp mill in constant operation
for the murder of Mrs. Katherine J of labor organizations is toward shorter kept the crowd back until a patrol telegraphy across the Dominion of Can
wan the cause of two deaths and the the issue of royalism in Hawaiian
Adams. But 13 minutes sufficed for hours, but deny that a working day of wagon could be called. The car men ada, connecting Victoria with Cape
serious injury of s number of others. politics, f°r the campain of the defeat
the jury to reach a veridet of acquittal. lass than 10 hours will be of real ad were then taken to the police station to Breton. He said that not only would
Property loss, $5,006.
Molineux, who was brought into vantage to the workmen engaged in and save their lives.
ed candidate, Delegate to Congress R.
the company operate a system of wire
as soon as it was known that the about the anthracite mines and collier
less telegraphy across the ocean, but a
Then' w ill lie no ship this year to
TO PREVENT DESTRUCTIVE FIRES.
jury had agreed, was apparently as un ies. In exhausting work a day of 10
also a land line across the continent
carry gifts to the soldiers in the fur | record as a royalist and on race feeling. stem 73X0 74c; valley, 70c.
Barley—Feed, $21.00 per ton; brew concerned as he had bten throughout hours is too long, but there is no ex
from Cape Breton to Victoria.
Esst, but tho department will sec that
the trial, and gave no evidence of emo hausting labor which justifies a reduc Aberdeen Sawmill Will Have an Immense tions will be erected at many points
Will Search for Lost Treasure.
all packages are delivered.
across the Dominion, and all the prin
Flour—Best grade, 3.5003 7J; grah tion when the words that established
Ran Francisco, Nov. 14. — The
Th« president is considering the ap
his innocence were pronounced.
His coal mines.”
Aberdeen, Wash., Nov. 12.—A. J. cipal cities and towns of Canada in
plications for chief of the bureau of
West, of the West Side lumber com cluded in the system, the principal sta
Millstuffs—Bran, $19.00 per ton; aged father, General Molineux, was
PORTO RICANS IN HAWAII.
steam engineering and paymaster gen any doubt that the object of the
pany, has returned from the East, tions being at Halifax. Quebec, Mon
middlings, $23.50; shorts, $19.50; deeply affected and could with diffi
eral, and will announce api«intments
culty respond to the greetings of
where he purchased a refuse consumer treal, Toronto, Hamilton, Kingston,
for the South, is to attempt to recover chop, $17.
friends who pressed forward to offer Claim They Are Badly Treated on Plan for his big plant. It will cost $15,000 London, Sault Ste Marie, Port Arthur,
a part of the treasure lost in 1862 by
Oats—No. 1 white, $1.12X01.15;
tations- -Dole Denies It.
to install it. The diameter of the con Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary, Revel
Fire partially destroyed the Grand Ihe burning of the Pacific Mail gray, $1.1O01.12X per cental.
Nov. 13. — Secretary sumer will be 45 feet and its height 90 stoke, Vancouver, Kamloops, and Vic
Hay — Timothy, $10011; clover,
opera house, Nashville, Tenn. Isiss,
Postal Receipts Going Up.
Hitchcock has received from Governor feet, and it will weigh 80 tons.
the Mexican coast. The wreck of the $8.00; cheat, $809 per ton.
Washington, Nov. 13.— Statistics of
The saving of tolls will be great
The losses on Gray’s harbor by fires
Gohlen <late caused the loss of 200 lives
Potatoes—Best Burlranks, 60080c the gross postal receipts of the gov Dole, of Hawaii, a statement denying
caused by open burning refuse piles at when the new sytsem is in vogue, for
General Urilie-Urilie, the Colombian and a property loss of $1,750,000. per sack; ordinary, 50O55c per cental,
reports of ill-treatment of several the mills, has been very large in the press messages will lie rent for one-half
revolutionary leader, has been sen Much of this amount was in the form growers’prices; Merced sweets, $1.750 ernment for last month, as compared
with October, 1901, at 60 of the largest thousand Porto Ricans. The laborers past few years, and the installing of the the present price, and there will also
of bullion, and a considerable quantity $2 per cental.
tenced to death.
liostofficea in the country, show a total went to Hawaii at the solicitation of consumer will minimize the loss at be a reduction of 60 per cent on com
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, $3.500 of $5,580,599, an increase of 13 per
Henderson will enter the race in Iowa of it was never recovered.
the Sugar Planters’ association, and East Aberdeen, where this plant is lo mercial messages. He says there is no
cent. The increase at New Y’ork was the complaint was made by Pedro J. cated. It is expected that other con- longer any doubt regarding the success
for governor against Cummins. Vindi
dozen; per pound, 11c; springs, $3.00 11 per cent, and at Chicago 19 per
Little Hope of finding Egan.
Agostini, fal.er of one of the workmen. sumers will be put in k by other mill- o( the Marconi system, and the official
cation ie his plea.
Spokane, November 14.— Tho ho|ics 03.50 per dozen; fryers, $2.5003.00; cent, the receipts being $1,183,588 and The governor says, after an investiga
announcement to this effect can be ex
The postmaster general has ordered of finding Superintendent Benjamin F. broilers, $2.0002.50; ducks, $4.500 $864,884, respectively. The largest in tion, that the desire of some of the men.
pected at any time.
that the (Mistoffice physician beabolish- j Egan, of the Great Northern railway,
To Examine Territories.
crease was 36 per cent at lz>s Angeles, lalxirers to return to Porto Rico results
Al) the larger O13c; geese, $6.0006.50 per dozen.
’*1 in all poetoffices in cities under continue to diminish.
with Milwaukee next with 33r
Chicago, Nov. 12.— Senators Bever
Trainmen's Strike Probable.
Cheese— Full cream, twins, 150
' searching parties have come in without
imaginative persons, and will subside idge, of Indiana, Neison, of Minnesota,
Chicago, Nov. 12.—Unless an agree
Young America, 15X3I6X
'finding trace of him. Some experi 16c;
Burned to Death In Penthouse.
with time, and that the condition of Dillingham, of Vermont, Bate, of Ten ment has lieen reached at the final
President Palma says tho treaty lie- enced woodsmen under pay of the rail factory prices, 1@1H<! less.
Charleston, 8. C., Nov. 13.—The the industrious Porto Ricans is satis nessee and lleitfel, of Idaho, will leave meeting tonight of the Brotherhood of
twoen Cuba ami tho United States has way company are expected to keep tip
Butter—Fancy creamery, 30i$32Xc
Chicago tomorrow night fjr Oklahoma, Railway Trainmen and the managers of
factory and their health improved.
lieen sent to the Cuban minister at the search for eight or 10 days more, per pound; extras, 30c; dairy, 20 post house at the city hospital caught
New Mexico and Arizona, to investi the train service of a number of roods
fire this morning shortly after 2 o’clock,
@22Xc; store, 15018.
Working on Cuban Report.
gate these territories’ claims to state that have refused the demands of the
and four negro men were burned to
Burglars entered a New York house searching in the hope of gaining tho
death before they could lie rescued.
13.—General hood. The five senators a-e members men, an order to strike will go forth
Hops—New crop, 22O25c per pound.
while the faily were at dinner and stole reward offered, but hope is small.
One negro woman, the only other in Wood returned [to Washington today, of the senatorial sub-committee on and 2,000 men will refuse to work.
Wool—Valley, 12X@l5c; Eastern
mate of that department, escaped.
$8 ,000 worth of jewelry and clothing.
and at once resinned work on his report states and territories, and it is likely This was stated with the authority of
Oregon, 8®14Xc; mohair, 26O28c.
Pennsylvania Mine on Fire.
of the occupation and government of that their report will have much weight Grand Master I-ee at the close of a pro
Burglars blew open the safe in an
Shamokin, Pa., Nov. 14.—The Burn
Jewelry Store Robbed.
Cuba. He says he has been absent too with the upper house of congress.
longed conference of committees and
Albuquerque, N. M., jewelry store and
side shaft, which employs 700 men and pound; steers, 4c; dressed, 607c.
long to speak with any actual or direct
■eiflired $2,000 in money and jewelry.
Veal-7X08 % c.
boys, was discovered on fire today. All
Standard Oil Company Shut Out.
knowledge of present conditions in Cuba
Mutton — Gross, 3c per pound; Golden's jewelry store was robbed last
An earthquake at Guards, Spain, re- of the employes got out in safety. The
Six Hurt In Train Wreck.
London, Nov. 12.—A special dispatch
night of watches, diamonds and money with the prospects of the island.
sultml in a serious loss of life and de mine is owned by the Philadelphia A dressed, 6c.
Jefferson City, Mo.
to the amount of $3,000. Thia is the has not yet seen Minister Quesada, nor received here from Calcutta says that
Lambs — Gross, 3Me per
I' Reading coal and iron company.
straction of much property.
third robbery that has occurred [recent lias he had opportunity to discuss the the Indian government has refused the east bound Mi
The king of Siam has cabled his flames were extinguished this evening, dressed, 6Xc.
situation with officials of the United Standard oil company permission to I t > a sw
Hogs—Gross, 6J<O6Xc per pound; ly, and it is surmised that an organizer!
thanks to the president for the kindly and the mine will resumo work to
prospect in the oil|flelds of Burmah.
Ltates who are fully informed.
band of thieves is located here.
rermption accorded his son the crown morrow.
TWO HEMISI HERES.