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EVENTS OP THE DAY
Çomprchcnslv» U»>l»w ut
ant Happening« ut th» Past W»«k,
l*r»Aciil«<l Ip Cundanasd Form. Moat
KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY
notti! Min'S SI NT.
GATHERED FROM AIL PARTS OF THE
Now Ofl Curve.
I’ort Arthui, Jan, V.— Révérai Rus-
alan warships left at midnight to rein-
for«v cruiser» sent out for the purpose
of intercepting a Japanese squu-lroii of
four irmi« lad« which, il i» said, ia now
appro»« hing Corea to stop six Japan
ese coal laden »hip» from Japan «Ics-
lined for I’ort Arthur and to cancel
their chattel to a Rusaian firm.
Tliere Is a normal movement of tl«s«|i»
In loth directions on the railway,
latke Baikal is frozen.
Th« I’ort Arthur «iefenoc» are com
plete and the authoritu-» are confident
HAPPENINGS HERE IN OREGON
rXkHNkl.S low YL'Att.
WATER li Trtt kl!.
Will II» Ih» Largasi Ever Know» In th« i Arlsalan Walls N«»d«d 1a Southw«»t
Oregon lor Irrigation.
History of ih» Stai».
WAIT IS AT HAND.
JAPAN WILL WAIT
Japan Ready to I and Troops In Corea ■
Russian Troop« to Scans.
Faris, Jan. 7.—The Cheftx* com-
spondant of the Faris edition of the
New York Herald cables a» follows:
“Eight thousand Ja|an«ae troops are
ready V* land at Masamphu, an«! their
landing will pro!«ably mean war.
“A regiment of C'-xi»acks is expected
at Port Arthur. Reserves are )«ing re-
movsd from Blagovesrhensk, the capi
tal of the Amur province in Eastern
Hiberia. to Tsitscbiar, in Mamhuria.
“The poaitton of the tro«>f«s in Man-
churia is being rearrang«-d, but their
l-xation ia kept a secret."
CHANOINQ MININO LAWS.
BUI Rslatlag to Mlaaral V«i»a
Bounoarl«» ot Placers.
ONE MORE CHANCE IS TO BE GIVEN
Reply Just Sent Will Not Do at All, but
Japan Does Not Feat Warranted la
Issuing aa Ultimatum
Washington, Jan. 6.—Representative
Dixon, of Montana, has introduced a
bill to amend the laws relating to min
eral vein» or lodes within the boun
daries of placer claims. He proposes
to change section 2320 of the Revised
Htatutes so as to read: “The deputy
mineral surveyor making a survey toe
■DT application nn«ler this section
shall examine an«! state in his field
notes whether there is within the boun
daries of iuch claim a vein or l«xle such
aa is «iescrilxx] in section 2320, and if
so, shall demgnate the location of the
Name upon the plat to be filed with
He also proposes to change section
2333 by inserting the following:
"When a vein or l«xie such aa is des-
cril«ed in section 2320 is shown by the
field notes and plat file«! with the ap-
plication to exist within the boundaries
of a placer claim, an application for a
patent which does not inclu«le an appli
cation for the vein or lode claim shall
l-e considered as a conclusive declara
tion that the claimant of the placer
claim has no right of poeseeeion of ths
vein or lode claim; but where the exis
tence <>t a vein or l<xle in a placer claim
is not so shown a patent for the placer
claim shall convoy all valuable min
eral an«! other deposits within the
Washington—Engineer» of the geo
Salem—-The <-Z|x-nses of the state of I
Bought by nikads are Now la Randi-
Oregon for the year 1004 will Is- * I .- logical survey, after making examina
nass to Put to Sea
Of this amount *273,- tions in southeastern Idaho, have come
310.10 will lie derived from miscellan to the conclusion that the irrigation of
eous sourie», such us the corporation that country must I* largely worked
Tokio, Jan. 11.—Tbe Japan«*« gov
('bina 1« «lire to ar«i«t Japan ill til«
tax, insiirsix« taz, !■->», sales of Issiks, out through the utilization of arteaian
vveiil <4 war.
has practically determined to
etc., and the rvmaiuder, *1,225,000 well water.
continue negotiations. Il is dissatis
Corea may appeal to th« United
Hilveia river and l*ouner and Blitzen
was Daisy apportion«-! among th« sev
Power» Ar» I ending Troops.
Rial«'« in the event of an lnva«ii un.
fied with Russia’» latest terms, but
eral counties, to la> raised by them by river, which How into Malheur and
London, Jan tl.—None of the »|H«clal direct lazes and tu I mi paid by them ilarney lakes, are now utilized at their
nut feel warranted in issuing an
Th«- hoiiac ha« Vots»l *250,000 for
Russian Troops to Coro».
full capacity for irrigation, but lite de
eraiiicalioii <>f in«»rta affiuting cotton Cablegram» from Tokio printed In this into the state treasury.
ultimatum, or breaking off negotia
morning'» pa|wra is »bln to give the- This expense account will l>e the partment report that there are favor-
Nenator Dietrich, of Nebraksa, ha* content« of Russia's reply, but all coo- largest ill the history of the »tate, the Alde conditions for storing the waste cial dispatch to a news agency from tions, and will make another effort to
lx- II cleanxl lit .lie eoarg« of «ellllig un cur In Ixdievltig it to l«e unaatiefact'iry nearest approach to it being in 18*2, waters of theae two stream», thus in- Vladiv>wtock, and private information secure their modification before rewrrt-
Il ap|H iir» that th« note might still lie when *1,121,845.51 was raised by di <reusing their efficiency. The » nailer from Mukden, stat«s that, owing to ing to force.
Ex-R«-«-r<-lary of tlx- Tr«-»«ury UI hm 4» I undelivered, aa Har<m «!•• R->»«ii, Rus rect tax. Tbe magnitude of th« reve streams of southwestern Oregon flow disturlsince» l«etween the Coreans and
It is antcii|>ated that the discussion
sian minister, is suffering from an oar nue to Is- raise«I in 1004 ia dm- largely mostly during the spring season, when the Japanese in Corea, the Rusaian
I ..-1« r I»
.■<•«..ualy ill at hi« l.w"
will continue a few weeks, during
affection, lia-l not Baron K--mura, Jap to fonr appropriations, the la-wis and
Ines«- foreign minister, visited the Rus Clark appropriation, *250,000 of which ■luring the prolonged rainy spells. strength haa lieen dispatchw! to Corea, which interim a breach of |>eace is very
Gencisl Chaffee ha« I h « cii nominated sian legation to get it.
According to will 1« raised this year; the I'ortage They all become dry during the sum in order to protect Russian interests improbable.
to «iic<w-l G- neral Young a« chief of th« Htandard'» Tokio corre»|>on<i«nt, an railway appropriation of *165,000, and mer. The full ffi>w of these streams is there.
Tire elder statesmen did not hold a
th« sluff --Í tl»’ army.
Increasing numls-r of steamships are the Celilo canal appropriation of * 100,- now utilize«! for irrigation, and it is
crmference belay, but probably will con
IMS) »nd the Imitan war veterans' ap
M»y<» H arrinon, of Chicago, I» la-ing
American Marines to Acene.
fer tomorrow. The press unanimously
Tl»e corre»|M«ndent of the Daily Mail propriation ol *100,000. If them- four made of their water.
gu«r-l«<l for fear of a»aa««liiati<>ti on ac-
M"ashington, Jan. 7.—The navy de demands that the government lake «!«-
Therefore, attention is drawn to the
at Tokio reports on th« authority of unusual appropriation», amounting to
cuun t-«f tlx- theater horror.
partment is in receipt of two cable
the new«|-aper Uituo that one Japanese *li|.’i,<HH>, were -I. ■Iu- t«--l, the total • I |M»isibilities of developing artesian grams from the commanding officer of cisive action, thereby preventing Rus
Waroliip« are aswmlbing at Colon,
has levri murdered near Port Arthur pense would l>e but *656,000, and the well» in the southwestern counties of the United States steamer Vicksburg, sia from gaining advantages by further
presumably for the pur|ai»c «4 making
ami tour other» have lieen injured.
amount to lx- raised by direct taxation Oregon. Ex|ierli»ental wells have al at Chemulpo, dated the 4th and Sth
a hoalile «1« imuialralion «gainst Colom
The corre»|«on«!ent says that all the W'lilhl bs lull *410,000. Asi-lc tran ready been driven in the Harney and inst., respectively, as follows:
The ¡>eople repose confidence in the
|H>wcrs are landing troops in Corea, th« unusual appropriations, the ex
“After consultation with the Ameri
MORE UNDER BAN.
A bill 1« befnrs th«« house providing ami the British Bluejackets landing at penses of the state are lower than Tor the presence of sulieerfacc water and can minister, we are of the same government's ability to rise to the op-
sufficient pressure to cause it to rise in
for th« consolidation of tl-ir-l ami Chemuljfo a(c ex|>ccted to go to Neoul ■«•versi years past.
opinion. The aspect of affairs at Seoul
Cbicags Clows AU Public Places Save
<>n sn asæ—u-l valuation of *165,- the surface and overflow.
ft urt ■ < la«« mall matter to l-e admit immediately.
is very grave. There is much fear of a
Constant telegrams arc passing be 000,1*00, which is approximately cor
ted al tli« reel of otic ront for «•- h two
riot by Coiean soldiers. I have com
tween M. Pavloff, the Russian minister rect, tlx- revenue <>t *1,225,000 will lu- square miles of territory lying in the plete-1 arrangements to send a company
Japan Is L'turiy Opposed.
Chicago, Jan. 6.—After tonight it
to Corea, Baron de Rosen, the Rusaian at the rate of not <|tiite 7 4 mills on artesian liasins of smitheasteru Oregon of marines overland by railroad at the
Hriga-lier Gem ral Ramlall is likely
London, Jan. 11.—The text of the will, for some weeks st least, he prac
and southwestern Idaho, but it is not
minister to Ja|>an, ami Viceroy Alex- the d«dlar.
«ritical moment; also about 35 men Russian reply D> Japan's last note has tically impossible to hold a boues meet
to la* pr-im*»t«-l t<< major general.
tn l>e as»ume«l tliat all this area can la-
and field guns from this vessel, at Che
STATB LANDS FOR SALB.
irrigated by means of artesian walls
been received at the Japanese legation ing of any kind in Chicago outside the
Great military activity prvvails at
The insurance of the Japanese cruis
mulpo, if deemed necessary.”
The conditions are such as to warrant
Cartag« o« and Havanllla, Colombia.
ers Niasin and Kas»g, which were built
here. It was presenter! to tbe foreign churches.
Two Hungrrd and Fifty Thousand Acres careful testing of each basin and a ju
Ex-CuogreMinan Drigg«. of New at Gem« ami («ought from the Argen
"Two officers and 36 men left at 10 office later in the day by Minister Hay Williams tonight issued an order clos
York, haa lax-n <>rtivli t«-d ot accepting a tina government, has lieen accomp
A. M. for Seoul. The remainder of the ashi.
ing all public halls, dance halls and
lished after considerable difficulty.
Salem—Th«- »fate ot Oregon haa for ply.
guard is prepared if there is any de
At the legation the opinion is held lurner-verein balls and all similar
The |siliries have lieen So arranged as ■ale some 250,000 acres of school land,
mand. There is little change it« the
M im Ruth Cleveland, ehirot daughter to |M-rmit the < ruimrs to go by way of
that the reply is utterly opposed to the places of public assemblage until inspec
Want Creamery at La Orand«.
inoatly in eastern Oregon. This land
tion has shown that they are complying
<4 ex-l*rv»l-l«nt Cleveland, I» -lead from the Hues canal, (ape Horn or Cape of
1 a Grande—Tliere ia a strong move
consists -4 the 19th an«l the 36tl* sec
main Japanese contentions. Minister
with all provisions of the building
Good Hops routes, asthe circumstances tions in each township, where not al ment on foot here for the establish
Britain See» War In Move.
ready sold. With the exception of ment of a creamery.
Tli« ecnate eommitt«« ha« favorably of the moment may dictate.
As there are more than 5,000 halls
London, Jan. 7.—“Nobody will bus -
lan«l wliicli «hall hereafter tie sur lieen traveling through the district to
“After reading the reply all I can
re|H«rte«l the bill giving Tillatmuk a
in Chicago, thia order will probably
j«ect the captain of an American man
veyed, all till» eciiool land is offered at ascertain the number of milch cows
Ittfifi* TLBKI’.Y TO ACTION.
affect as many persons aa the theater
of war of being a scheming alarmist,”
ment is growing less and lees.
the uniform price <4 *2.50 per acre. available. Nearly every farmer of the
cloaing order. Protesta were numer
The Colorado militia propnare to
says the Ntandard editorially this
tions are very grave.”
I and hereafter surveywl will l«e Sold to now famous Grand R-*n«le valley, an morning.
ous, but the building commissioner
drive out all striking miners at Cripple Bulgaria Waal» ttriorma l»stltut»«
Japan has decide«! not to buy the was inflexible. He said:
the highest bidder, but no bld ot less exceptionally productive section, which
1» M»* k hurts.
Creek who will n<>4 work.
This sentence expresses the view
llian *2.50 per acre will lx- accepted.
stretches for miles along the Grand
Chilean warships for which negotia
"Many of these halls are worse than
taken by the press of Great Britain of
Constantinople. Jan. 9 —The Bulgar
Th«* M'liele riimmittee <«n «-xpoailion«,
Any |«era<«n over the age ot la years, Rotide river, owns milch cows. Farm
tions bad been started. At the lega
any theater in Chicago, some of them
after Ix-uring Oregon men. unanimously ian go*«-rnme*il h»« »-nt a note to the a ho is a citizen <>! the Unite! Rtatea, er» are favorably impr rased and there the grave c<-n«lition of things in the tion it is said that tbe ships bought
|M«rt« complaining of th» nonfulfill • >r who lia« <ie<'larv<l his intention to be is reason to believe that a plant Far East, as revealed by the tact that from Argentina are expected to sail for are put up with no restrictions, such
die I led ill favor <>! the 1UU5 fair bill.
ment of it* pronii«*-« concerning re come such, may purchase 320 screw of will be established during the coming the Uaited States government finds it the Far East by way of the Suez canal as govern theaters, and many of them
H«cr< tary Hitclicock lias n*|ue«tc<l
are firetraps of tbe worst kind.”
necreeary to send marines to Seoul for
Iorm« in Mairoloiiia. Bulgaria urgent
Wheat advanced further a shilling per
the Oregon ernators to name a man t«> ly requests the porie immediately to school lan«l. The applicant must de- seaaan.
Two years ago a general inspection of
the protection of American interests.
■ncceril A»a B. Thompson «■ receiver at take the neceimary measur*-» to end a
halls was ma-i«, l-t..r«- tn« commence
While it is still hope«! th»t a peaceful
Real Batata Business In Marian.
ment of Building Commissioner Wil-
issue may be found, this action of the
condition of »ffsit» which i» so preju made no contract, «lircctly or indirect
About 116,000 tons of coal wereshippe«! liam’a administration. Notwitbatand-
Salem—The increased activity in real United States is held to indicate that
Governor Taft, of th« Philippines, dicial to the interestsot l««th caxintries, ly, to sell the same.
lia» a»ur«-d Hie nnka«lo that I ho |x«licy ■n<l |x>ints out that the application of upon the lan<! is required. Payment estate transfers in Marion county in the view of the situation taken at week ; 46,000 to Japan, 40,000 to Port ing this, the commissioner déclaras he
will take no chances, and every hall
ot the United Rtates will bo one of the |«<»Hpon«-d reforms should be easy, for the land may Im made in five an the last few years is indicated m a Washington is that the crisis is drifting Arthur and 30,000 to Hong Kong.
must satisfy the rqeuirementa.
nual |«aymenta of 50 cents per acre.
sole exemption ia in favor of private
ist* »re not hampering the government The first payment must lie niatie when of fee« collected by the county recorder tion of the United States government is
The «-nitre East is »xperiencing bit
lodge halla, which do not fall in tbe
Will dive Japan No Hold.
at prearnt by any interference. The the application is file«l. I>eferrc«l pay of conveyances. Three year» ago the generally approved.
scope of the order.
fees for a year amounted to *2,776.60.,
The Morning Post says editorially:
note cone IU« lee:
Berlin, Jan. 11.—The Tageblatt’s
ments draw 8, 7, and 6 per cent inter I Ast year they were * '< 893.40, and
“The landing of American marines
The Ontario, Oregon, flail hatchery
"If tbe porte i* m'tuate«! by a sincere eat.
for the year just close«I the recorder proves that the Uniteii States is not Paris correspondent learns that the
may lx- taken In charge by the govern desire to ameliorate the lot of Ila Bul-
DIVISION OF ARMY.
'collected »4,195 30. Not only has the watching the Far Eastern imbrogilo French government has been informed
UMPQC A PROJBCT 13 DOOMED.
■grlan «ubj«-cta ami renew its former re
number of conveyances l-edh greater, without intelligent interest. We hope that Russia’s answer to Japan makes
Departments of CotamMa and California
Two-third* <>f the Chisago theaters lations with the princi|«ality th» re
sponsibility rests solely U|«--n tiie Chief at Engineers Deems Commerce Too but the consideration of the -transfers they will lie accompanied by British far reaching concessions respecting Co
Merged Into Pacific Division.
now clo»ril will probably never be able
res, and that these conces«i«*ns are
Small Io Warrant Big Outlay.
Ftanciaco, Jan. 6.—An order
equivalent to permitting the occupation
It 1« learned here that Colonel B«-n-
Washington—The chief of engineers
Healthy Fail Wheat.
Two "Holy Roller" apoatles wore dorff. the Ru«»ian agent, lias »uddenly
of Corea by Japan on lines somewhat making important changes in the army
ansas trains collide .
today sent to congresa a report recom
similar to the position of Great Britain organization on ths Pacific coast has
given a coat of tar and feathers by citi- left Rofla. It is urxletsUesl that hi«
Pendleton—A. I.. Knight, one of the
mending against any appropriation at
sen» of Corvallis.
mission at Rofla was to endeavor to pre thia time for improving the Umpqua ucavy wheat buyers of this place, has Engineers Are Killed and Many Paasea- in Egypt, but that Russia firmly re been received here. The order ia is-
jects any right of Japan to mingle in aued by direction of Preaident Roose
returned after an extended trip through
The navy department want» 3.000 vent the Bulgarian government from river from Gardiner to the sea.
affairs in Manchuria.
A survey by Major Iangtltt showed the wheat belt of the country. He
additional cnli«t<-«l men toman tbe Vue- raising the Ma«c<l<>nian question at this
Topeka, Kan., Jan. 7.—Rock Island
velt, upon the recommendation of tbe
time, owing to the acutem-sa of the far that to provide a Ifi-foot channel said: “The fall sown wheat was never [laseeiiger train No. 3 collided with a
general staff, approved by the secretary
•els now complete«!.
eastern crisis, which is now engaging throughout this stretch of eight miles in a Ix-tter condition than at the pres freight train about two miles west of
of war, dividing the territory of the
AMERICA STANDS PAT.
Minister Bunau-Varilla, of Panama, Buasia's entile attention.
and acrons the bar would require the ent time. It has been growing all fall. Topeka about 1 o’clock thia morning.
United States and its possessions into
will resign »« soon «• the canal treaty
ex|x-nditure of at least *621,41, and There is more moisture in the ground Engineers Reardon and Benjamin were Colombia Informed tbe Panama Ques- geographical departments and divis
ia ratifi«-«l by th« United Rtates senate.
TO PREVENT CANAL TRANSFER.
probably to insure a permanent chan now than there has been for many kille-1. Over a dozen passengers were
ions, changing existing boundary lines.
tloa Is Closed.
John Redmon«!, leader of tli« Irish
nel at the entrance of the river an ad years, last year the wheat was killed fatallv hurt.
There will be four divisions in the
parliamentary party, denounces th« Agent el CofopiMa Tab«» I p Case With ditional jetty wonld have to i« con
All the passenger coaches except the
United States and one in the Philip
pn-w-nt British government as corrupt.
structed at a cost of *27,111.
last two Pullmans were piled up in a the Colombian special envoy, has re pines. The new order of things is to
heap. The two trains met squarely in ceded the answer of the Washington take effect January 15. Officers
Prince Cupid, delegate to congrcee
Washington, Jan. V.—A dispatch to lAngfitt said the ei|>enditure of so large
a head-on collision.
from Hawaii, spent a night in the !>r. Ilerran, Colombian charge d* a sum was hardly justitied at the pres
government to his note charging the signed to new poets must report for
Wrecking crews have been sent to the
duty on or before that date, if they ar«
Washington jail «n account of intoxi- affaire», received t<«lay from Paris, said ent time. His opinion was sustained
United States with open violation of in the United Rtates.
Wheat — Walla Walla, 73c; blue- wreck from Herrington and Horton.
that a French tribunal had lieen sp by the division engineer, by the s|«eeial
cat I oh.
engineer, board of review ami by Gen stem, 7Rc; valley, 79c.
The division of the Pacific will ba
Assistant General Superintendent
Dowie lias Ix-en looking over Texas iraled to by an agent of Colombia with eral Gillespie.
Barlev—Fee«i. *20 per ton; brew- Sutherland said to the Associated Press:
The answer, which was prepare«! by composed o' the department of Califor
for a favorable ail« for th« eetabli»h-
ing. »20 » 20.50; rolled. »21.
"We have no positive information at Secretray Hay, though couched in the nia and the department of Colombia,
Boom la Buttrr Making.
ment of a new Zion, tobecalled "Eter Panama canal company's rights on the
Flour—Valley, *3.75(43.85 per bar- this hour about the wreck other than most diplomatic terms an«! expressing with headquarter« at San Francisco,
isthmus to the American government
Union—The dairy industry of this re*; hart! wheat straights, *firstname.lastname@example.org; that l>oth engineers and both firemen the wish of this government to deal Major-General MacArthur, will be ia
without the consent of Colombia.
Representative Dixon, of Montana, Counsel of the Colombian government, ■evtion has nearly doubled itself during clears. *3.55®3.75; hard wheat pat- are killed. There are also some pas justly with Colombia, is an emphatic command of the division of the Pacific
graham, *3.75; sengers killed and injured but we do refusal to reopen the Panama question. and retain command of the department
haa Introduce«! a resolution providing according to the dispatch, ««mrel the 1003. The creamery company operat cuts, *4.20(84.50;
Prior to the receipt of the reply, Gen of California, temporarily.
lor a wire fence along the Canadian agent he thought there was g<««l ground ing at this place is extensively |>atroa- whole wheat, »4; rve Hour, *4.508 not know how many.
“The last report we got from Willard eral Reyes wrote to the state depart
Brigadier-General Funston will be in
boundary lx-tween 1-ake of tbe Wtxals for believing the effort to prevent the ised. The company this year jutid the 4.75.
farmers *19,000 for butterfat, while
Oats—No. 1 white, *1.07 4®!.10 was that many people were yet under ment requesting that the correspon command of the department of the Co
and Point Rolx-rts. It i» the Intention transfer would lie successful.
-luring 1902 the farmers received *9,- |x-r cental: gray, *1.05.
the wreckage and that all the cais were dence be transmittol to the senate for lumbia.
to emleavor tlx- Illegal entering of Chi
450. Butter manulactured during the
Millstuffs—Bran. *is per ton; mid- wrecked but two.”
its consideration. Pending an answer
nese into the United Rtates. Tlx-feme
Russians Assault Hebrews.
year totals H0.000 pounds; for last «Hinge, *23; shorts, *19; chop, *18;
to this request, the correspondence will
I» to lx« so constnx-U-«l aa to give a sig
AU Is Qelet at Paaaaia.
New York, Jan. 9.—A threatening year, 42.000 pounds. Butter is selling linseol, dairy f«xxi, *18.
not be made public.
Early Hearing to 1903 Fair.
nal when any one climlx over it.
Colon, Jan. 6.—An Indian courier
anti-Remitic demonstration ha» oc in the retail market at 40 cents per
Iley—Timothy, *16 per ton; clover,
Dec. 7.— Chairman
who came in last night with a message
J»l«an ia placing large orders for coal curred at Kishincf, according to a din- pound.
During the latter part of *12; grain, *12; cheat,'*12.
Volcano Causae Alarm.
Tawney, of the house committee on in
for Governor Melendez, reports that the
pntch from Ixtndon to the American. the summer it sold at 30 cents j-er
Vegetables—Turnips, 65c per sack;
dustrial arts and expositions, tixiav
Chicago, Jan. 11.—A special to the Indian Chief Inanaquina lias returned
Th<> police suppress»*! the disturbance pound.
carrots, 75c; beets, 90c; parsnips, 85c notified Repn-sentatives Hermann and
King E«lwar«l I» ro]«ortc«l to lx« trying
News from Guadalajara. Mexico, says: to Carti. The courier says that the
The riot is reportril to have «x-curretl
to get the czar to ylehi to Japan.
Williamson that he would take steps Violent eruptions of Mount Colima vol chief is silent concerning his confer
Tuesday. It lx-gan with assaults on
cabling«-, 14c; lettuce, head, 15c per immediately to arrange for a hearing
Crown Company Hsing Coal.
cano have caused the inhabitants of the ence with the Colombian officials, but
The conspiracy count in the indict
Oregon City—For |wrhaps the first dos; parsley, 25c; fomahxta, *1.50(82 on the Lewis an Clark exposition bill. country immediately adjacent to the the courier suppixies that the Colom
ment against Senator Dietrich haa lieen
time in the history of the manufactur per crate; cauliflower, 7J4c®*l per dot; He will endeavor to find a day on which mountain to become alarmed. Many bians attempted to win the go«xi will
Ghetto, where Jews were knocked down
ing institutions of this plac«, a scow celery, 75c; pumpkins, 1«' |x-r pound; the members of his committee will all of the people have left their homes and of the chief as to learning what .he
an«l trampled upon in the street. Mis
onions. Yellow Danvers. 80c®*l per be able to attend an<! hear what argu
sought safety from the ashes and lava. United States naval offiesrs were doing
The British mass«-» are heart and siles were thrown through windows loadril with coal haa lieen towed up the sack; Fannos, »1. growers’ prices.
Willamette river. The fuel will be
ments the representatives of the Lewis The moat disturbing feature of the erup along the coast. The general situation
soul with Japan.
of bouses and many person« were
used by th«« Crown company instead <4
and Clark exposition have to present. tions is the earthquake shocks which on this side of the isthmus is tran
Fruits—Apples, fancy Baldwins and It is probable that smie date
Roosevelt has sent a message to the clublie«!.
wood, temporarily, until the manage
next are felt in the region of the volcano. quil.
senate defending hie Panama policy.
ment can introduce oil burning ma Spitscnbergs, *1.50 per box; cooking, week will lx- set.
These seisimc disturbances are of u ms-
Fugitive ttslmbur»«» Bond«m«n.
chinery, about February 1. Coal haa
ual severity but no serious damage has
Fire in the Iowa state houas partially
Jewelry Frozen In Ice.
Now York, Jan. I).—F.x-Mayer W. never before been use«l as a fuel by any »1 50.
Harbor Frozen Far Out.
dcstrove«! that bulhilng. The loes ia
Jan. 0.—Probably *25,000
B. Kirk, of Ryrncusc, now a guest nt of the manufacturing institutions of
placed nt *500,000.
Baltimore, Jan. 7.—Today is the
worth of articles lost in the fire are still
|x-r pound; dairy, 2l)(422 4c; store, 13
tlx- lloffmsn House, is reported to have this city.
Arene for Statehood of Arixona.
coldest of the present winter, the ther
unidentified. Dozens of pieces of jew
The supreme court has «lecided that exhibited a check for *411,000, pnynbh-
Washington, Jan. 11.—E. E. Ellen- elry are frozen in the ice in the ill-fated
Cheese—Full cream, twins, 14@15c; mometer having droppe«! as low as 2
Short In Hie Accounts.
Porto Ricans are not aliens and can to his order, ami lH-nring the signature
degrees above zero. In the suburbs the wood, formerly United States attorney theater, and officers were busy all day
freely enter the United Rtates.
of J. F. Gaynor. Many months ago
Baker City—Postal Ins]xx-tor Clark Young America, 15<*lflc.
mercury went to 6 below this morning. for Arizona and Ex-Governor Murphy, digging out watches, rings, hairpins
The acuate committ««e, by eight to Mr. Kirk signed a l>ail bond for Gay haa removed W. II. Kelly, postmaster
11 4c per pound; spring,
12c ♦ At Hagerstown, weather records for 20 of Arizona, appeared before the com and furs. Money to help bury the un
tliree, has <U-< i<le«i for confirmation of
live, 17® years were broken when the mercury mittee on territories todav and anrued identified dead and relatves who may
hens, 12®U4c; turkeys,
appointment of Wo«ai aa major gen plicity in tlx- frauds connected with gov pointed W. R. Dra|x-r in bis place.
Sharpsburg for single statehood for Arizona. They be suffering from the fire has com
ernment work in tlx- harbor of Savan Kelly is alleged to lx> short in his ac 18c; dressed, 20«’; «lucks, *7(87.50 per reached 26 below zero.
was the coldest place in the state heard spoke of the right of the territory, from menced to pour in. Only four bodice
nah. Gaynor went to Canada, atxl Mr. counts about *1,000. No arrest has dozen; geese, live, 8c per pound.
The president lias sent to the senate Kirk had to pay the *20,000.
Eggs—Oregon ranch, 274 <3 30c; frtm today, thermometers registering the standpoint of population and re among those taken from the fire remain
lieen made am! it ia stat«*! that the
20 below. At Annapolis the harbor ia sources to admission to the Union. unidentified.
the nominations ot William H. Taft to
friends of tlx- ex-poatmaater will make Eastern, 25®28c.
With statehood and irrigation the fu
be secretary of war and Luks E Wright
Hops— Choice, 24(®25c per pound; frozen far out into the bay.
New York Theater« Pass.
the shortage good.
Porto Ricans for Panama.
ture of Arizona wonld be assured, they
to la< civil governor of the Philippines.
prime, 21 *224c; medium, 19a20c;
New York, Jim. 9.—The Inspector«
Japan Will Keep Orders Secret.
Porto Rico, Jan. 6.—Gov
Prine«-«« Mnthilde, one of the last of sent out by Building Commissioner
Tokio, Jan. 7.—An extra edition of
ernor Hunt has received advices from
W«x>l—Valley, 1 7® 18c; Eastern Ore
Oregon City—The Portland General
Thompson to look into the condition of
the Napoleons, is «load.
Nemlnatton of Taft Approved.
the official Gazette has l-een issued con
Washington countermanding the order
the theaters of the city reported that Electric company ia making some ex gon, 12(415c; mohair, 32 »35c.
The Washington shingle mill com
taining army and navy orders prohibit
Washington, Jan. 11 —The senate to dismount the remaining mounted
Beef—Dressril, 5 4(47c per pound,
they had inspected 50 of the (13 places tensive improvements to its locks at
bino expects largo profits during the
Veal — Dressed, small, 8884c; ing the publishing of any reports of the committee on military affairs today Porto Rican troops. From thio fact,
of amusement in New York today, and Willamette falls, in thia city. New
maneuver» movements of troops or war authorized Senator Foraker to report coupled with the constant determina
had not found a single theater in which piers and timbers ar*« replacing the old large, fiftflc pur pound.
Mutton—Dresae«l, 64®7c; lambs, vessels from this time on. Otherwise favorably the nomination of Governor tion of the troops, it is inferred that
Marine Insurance companies have there were violations of the building lumber that haa served for years, but
the Japanese authorities are not inter- Taft of the Philippines, to be secretary the Porto Rican regiment will soon ba
dressed, 7c per pound.
made great advances on all vessels etale of sufficient importance to warrant the dimensions of the locks will not lie
furring with press messages.
ordered to proceed to Panama.
Pork—Dressed, 6894c per pound.
bound for the Orient.
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