Image provided by: Klamath County Museums; Klamath Falls, OR
About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1904)
I.VENTS 01 HIE DAY
OATIII ri D I ROM Al l. PARTS OF Till!
COLOMBIA TO FIGHT
HEYBURN URGES LAND REFORM.
Idaho Senator Makes His Malden Speech
Stone Talks of Panama.
HAPPENINGS HERE IN OREGON
HEROES AT FIRE.
Elavator Men In Chicago Skyscraper
Slick to their Poste.
Washington, Jan. 28.—The time of
Chingo, Jan. 26.—Fire in the 20-
tin ai-iiati- today was again dividi-d be- !
Masonic temple caused a panic
twi'cii con sideral ion of th«* I’unama
the 4,000 occupants of the build
question ami other subjects. There
SAIL OF EASTERN OREGON PINE.
LOOK FOR WATER ÜUTUET.
Comprehensive Review of the Import
ing, and damaged the stock and fixture*
General Reyes l argely Responsible Told was only one h | h -«-«-| i on the canal, ami
it wiu mail«- by Ntone, of Missouri, who Seven Thousand Acre Tract Will Be Booth-Kelly Company May Build Road of tenants to the extent of (20,»MW
ant Happenings of tile Fast Week,
Illa Government that Americans W III
apok«- to a resolution «lin-cting the sen
Held for Hlghrr Prices.
to Suialaw Harbor.
PreM-nlcd In Condensed form, Moat
AH occupants of the building escaped
Only Keep Troops Out of Canal Z «ne ate coinmilU-«* on foreign relations to
Likely to Prove Interesting to Our
La G ran« le—One of the largest tint-1 Eugene—Rumors here to the effect without aerioua injury through the
Crowd of Indiana Attempt to Sur make an invi-atigution into the Panama
He cont«*n<J«*d th«- circuin- lier deals made in Oregon for some time | that a railroad to tlie Hiualaw harbor is bravery of the elevator men, who re-
prise American Gunboat.
atanci-a imlicut«-d complicity on th«* part wan that to Georg«- Palmer by Robert | to be one of the enterprises of the niained at their |«osu o|«erating their
of II««- I mt«*d htati-a in the m-ci-aaion «jf Hniith, pre»i«lent of the La Granda na-1 ®<x-’«f*'fYelly company have gained some cars while dense clouds of smoke filled
l’opn l’ina I n in III liealth.
Panama, ami urg«-d that in the interest tional bank, of the white pine tract
‘?e <»cl V*«1
A Jupafiese wuraliip I h rc)>ortc*l to
of th«- country's good name, all the ,
I have been at work in the timbered re
ha ve llrrd u | hi 1 i ii R iihh I sii ■tcainer.
known as the Manley land», afxrnt 25 gl„„H weHt (jf here
The fire broke out in the suite of five
fa«-ta ahoiibl la- known.
Heyburn, of I«laho, made his fi rat miles from La Grande. This piece of |denies any intention of such on under- rooms on the fifth floor occupied by
The Brillali amliasHador nt Nt. l’etera
S|ieci'h in the acuate in support of a land comprises about 7,000 acres, an«l | ta'*'nK
burg In»« I h ' vii Informrd that lloneia
Robert Friedlander A Co., manufactur-
resolution introduced by himself pro
The belief is general that they would ers of X-ray apparatus,
« III luuki' cuiu easiona tu J>«p»n.
hibiting railroad companies from tak- waa sold at near the (200,000 mark.
like to get possession of some of the
The supreme court of Mlnneaota ha*
Near this land is situate«! the Edgin good timber on the coast slope and be match, carelessly thrown by an em-
ing np land in a solid txaiy in lieu of
■pi ih I hh I thè lirils-ry Indi' Inumi agallisi
lumber company plant, which was in in position to compete for business by ploye into a pile of excelsior in the
laml in forent renervations.
ri Alai or Ann a,
A number of bills were pans«-«] in cludod in the sale. This company was I means of water freights,
_____ packing room is believed to have atart-
cluding on«- for a memorial bri'lge organised in May, 1902, and has been |,lefinite
**«" done on that line as e«i the fire. There was a large number
Geli«-mi Tali in now a«-er«*tary of wnr
of X-ray vacum tubes stored in the
acr -a the Potomac river at M'aahing- closely connecte«! with the development
Prvwnlriil Roosevelt pulii lugli compii*
holders is to lie held next week and company's roomi, and these exploded
incili* lo I lihu iiixit, llir retiring serie
HU.ps towBrd devel. the moment the heat reached them.
M hen the ««enate convened, H«-yburu of lumber industries in Eastern Oregon, may reMult in
The thousands of occupants of the
made an address on hie resolution di-
The annual output of this plant av-1 oping businssa along the coast slope,
The »«-nate lina |c«|Uratvd Ihe presi-
r«-cting a atay of proceedingn on applica eragee 12,000,000 feet of lumber, which |
nothing is looked for before that building, with the memory of the Iro
«leni lo transnilt l’nnaina eorrea|Mdi.
quois theater holocaust, which oc
tion» to patent even numb«-re«l sections
a rea«ly market aa far east as Mil-
drilli', il lini ini'iiiiputlbl«' witli pillili«*
of public lamia in lieu of o«id numbered fourni
« ..I ■
I lucre is no doubt the interior mills curred but one-half block away, fresh
sections, hel«l by railroad companies in waukee and Chicago. The tract of tun- a|, fed keen|y the ban,Jjc,p onder in their minds, were alarme«l when
for«-at r<*H«-rve». He complained that fier is one of the finest in Eastern Ore-1 which they are laboring as compared clouds ofjmioke filled every floor and
Tli«- hoiiae «'«iiniiiittev «in Indiali
present law permits railroads to gon, and consists principally of pine of |with mills to wbh h water transporta- rushed to the elevstors. Many women
sfinirà Ima ili-i-iilcd lo reperì favorably
fainted in’the scramble to get into the
eurremlet *« rtblsM lard», and take up unusual height ami size, standing upon | tion is accessible,
Giv bill irlating lo ile- sai«' of landa «ni
elevat« rs, but none was seriously in
other territory of naivh greati-r value. comparatively level ground.
Try to Surprise Americans,
thv tirami Ronde, Oregon reeetvalloii.
jured. The large building wasetnptied
At some future time an extension of
Colon, E'eb. 1 —The l'nit«-d Staten The n aolutioii wan r«-ferre«l to the com
MONEY FOR PUBLIC ROADS.
Fenatur Ankeny la working hard t««
within half an hour after the fire was
gnnl»uit llancrofl arrive«! In-re t<aliiy
bave Fort Malia M alia retained »« a
Hundreds of men and
from the San Blan coant. She reportn
Oregon’s Share of Public Land Sales la women groped their way through the
tnilitarv post ami il w ili l«r as a «-««ur*
TIRED OF OLITIMI LETTERS.
devemp a , large • industry
n 1 lumbering,
ti-sy tu II»«* *«uat«>r il il is noi «boi
smoke and came down the stairs.
and when the larul has l«een cleared of |
Caledonia bay to I h * not only unfriend
That the damage to property and in
ly, Ixit de<-idcdly aggressive.
Iaiat The Sultan of Morocco Finally Olvcs timber it will still be valuable for agri-1 Salem—The public road fund re- dividuals was not greater was probably
Fra«"-«* «leoiiu-s tlie Iai I.valerli situa-
I'uenday men from one of the Bancroft's
Mr. Palmer, the purchaser, states | States for the year 1903 is four times due largely to the efficiency of the fire
tinti very »arlike.
boatn insisted upon purchasing a few
St. Louis, Jan. 28.—In the list of that be bought these lan«ls as an invest-
large as ever before. The amount drill of the employes. AA’hen the great
nations which are to be represented at ment, ari«l will not manufacture this *« (90,135.24, and this amount will lie fire bell at the top of the rotnnde
Native* in Moria «' aie «-oiiiiniting ter-
MIST MAKI: MAR
the world’s fair by national pavilions,
tibie atr« ritira <«n foreigm-r*.
sonn«ie«l the alarm of fire,’’every jani
want 11 o*rl«M-k that night, when it Morocco probably will be missing. timlier, but will bold it for increase«l | distributed among the counties in pro
All •ll>-g«-»l aniibbliig of Alias Albe Vutilin Vepl> to I ■«( Note VK ill Not wan «lark, 20 cama-n were seen ap- Secretary Stevens states that it is not stumpage. He is a banker from the | I’nrtion to their areas. The distribution tor, engineer and fireman in the build
ing reeponde«i and long before the fire
It« SatlefM. iur>.
R<a>»'V«'lt lina pili a-a h'ty at thè capitai
pt «ale h i ng t In* Bancroft. The g<inl»<ait now exjiected that Morocco w ill official state of Iowa, an«l is very favorably im- «ill be ma«le some time this week,
This money is 5 j«er cent of the pro department had reache«l the scene the
!x>tidon, Jun. 30, — Il mum inmh* turned her w«-ar<'lilightH on tlie canoes, ly participate by erecting a pavilion, pressed with Oregon, an«l will likely lo
In a .’bitter.
cate here in the near future.
| reels of sales of government land in temple fire brigade had attached hose
The cor 'iier's jury ha« return«**! a known tilhriMlly tolny thnt Rt mmh hu<| ami it wan revealed that each h.«at car but that Home use, doubtless, will lie
Oregon for 1903. It is donated to the to the staml pipes which extend from
ried as many Indiana an could croati made of the (50,000 appropriated.
vrrdict "I sticicd«' in thè M'bitaker
state under an act of congress, and the basement to the roof of the struc
Thr Ihiily Mall prokweee*« U>
uhh* hi , probably 200 in all. There is no
VALLEY FILLING UP.
to information received by
can be used only for public road pur- ture and eight streams of water were
i to afhrin that RtiMia’ii drnft of her «loiilrt that their intentions were hoe- the According
ex|s>sition officials from Commis Advertising the Win.m.tt. Ha. Brought | P"*«- The
!•< requires that it be turne«i upon Uie conflagration by the
Rtisaian tr«a,pa are reprotrd to !»• reply hu« not y<*t Ixwn
inlly pre* tile. They hope«! t<> reach ami sur- sioner J. W. S. laingerman, who re-
The fire depart
and the volunteer firAien.
takmg |Mia|tiiiiia ili Manchiiria ami oli M’litnl to Japan, but that it hne la-rn prise tin- ship.
Many to Oregon.
|ar(fe anJ thjn,y
vently returned from a mission to Mo
ment used but little of its hoee, the
thè lainier of Cole«.
<’<>mniunlcatr«l to M Kurina, the* Jap«
Tin« commander of the Bancroft ord- rocco, living emjMiwered as the sultan's
Salem—The advertising which has the greater part of the money. The building's equipment being called
Gi-orge \ R>»w, «ielanlting casiiier of anrav ininietvr at St. Prtnr*burg, alio ervd the giiiibout «l<-are«l for a: tion ami commissioner on his return, the lieen carried on in tfie Mid«ile West in | apf«ortionment is made in that manner into use.
a «lriclai.il lank t<> thè «■ aleni of ( 187,-
amount appropriated by that jsitentate the last two years for the purpose of at-1 ’’ec*‘U8e *b® nee«is of the counties for
whence it will la«
r« inly for uae. A quick firing Colt gun was (50,000. Anent this appropria
000, liait it all a|H<culating in graia
WORK CAM OO ON.
was pla«<<<l near the gang»ay ami ord- tion an interesting stoiy is told by Mr. tracting homeseekers to Oregon seems road purposes depends more u;on areg
that upon population orvalue of prop
The ornate will take thè 1905 fair
The Kumian reply la coiirteous, the era were given to the gunners of this Danforth, assistant to Commissioner to have produce»! good results. Not erty.
The Dalles Canal Will Not Be Delaved
bill up aa a.win as thè l’anama d«-l*ale baily Graphic continue«, but it rediia#», prvie t<> keep up <-<'M‘l«'"s fire all rouml lengerinan.
The amount was not for many years has real estate been as
The increase in sales of public lands
for Lack of Funds.
la endeil, alni |*erlia|>* in llie meati- in unroniprmniidhtf tertna, to permit the canoes.
given with very go<«l grace, a<cording
in this state is indicated by the in
the reinsertion in the «Irnft of the*
As s * hiii as the Indians ht-aril this to Mr. Danforth, who quotes the sul active as it is now, and still greater ac crease
Washington, Jan. 26. — Senator!
tivity is ex;«ected before the close of
One hundred ami live Ixalh-n bave treaty of the two word«, icuarante*eing ruin of bullets they immediately be tan a- saying:
Mitchell and Fulton have made a thor
‘‘Here is (50,000. Take it. I don't the present year.
laa n rv«over«il from thr mine in Penn th«« integrity and independence of gan to retreat toward the shore. The
investigation of the status of Ore
sylvania a heie lite rveent «lisaater oc- China ii|M»n which Japan inainted in gunners were given express or«lera not «are whether you use it for the world's
There is no blind rush to buy land,
in view of no river
fair or put it in your own jiocket. 1
The dauer pro|XMM«<l by Japan wna tlx* air ami churn«*«! the water all don't know where St. Louis is, except and no effort is l«eing made to “boom” <>wns a large wheat ranch at Juniper and harbor bill at this session. They
Eitrrine c<d<l weather prevails in that Rudaia and Japan ahould mutually around them. No allots were firial at that it
this section of the valley, but many in the Umatilla district, and who is found that only one project can be
h iix - h her«* tn the United
Cattle »ere agree to reapret the integrity and inde* the Bancroft, which at <>n<«* sailed for States, and I don't care. And please sales of farm lands have been ma<le to living in Pendleton this winter, has
frosrn stili in the l«rns All mitaide |M«n<lriH'c of (‘hina and Corea. R ummih Colon to bring the report of the* occur tell President Francis, whoever he is, people who are please«! with this just returned from a visit to that sec taken care of in the ordinary way—in
the sundry civil appropriation bill—
The thermometer ha* now atrickrn out twice thr word rence .
Work is >t"p|>eil
to stop writing me letters about liis country an«! have money to invest in tion of the country. He says wheat
registera 48 ili-gri-es la-low
conditions for the 1904 crop were never and that is the cana[ nd locks at The
“China” ami it la undrrato»xl thia » ill
fair, as I am tire«! of getting them.'*
permanent homes. Though most of] better. Mr. Morrison said: “Grow Dalles. The senators were advised by
COREAN REVOLT IS SPREADING.
Tiie powera aay mediation lietwwn c I or * thr negotiations.
JAPAN WANTS EARLY REPLY.
the sales have been ma«le at prices but ing wheat never looked better. With the chief of engineers that there was
Rnaain ami Japan la impuaalble. Rus
on, that whi'ii thia not ha* l*ern pre Increased Taxation Is the Signal for
little above those asked three or four favorable conditions until after harvest, on hand January 1 an unexpended bal
sia tirai angg«'at«al il.
Russian Minister Gleen to Understand years ago, the increase«! activity is that district should yield 30 and prob ance of (1,200,000 for the bar at the
Rentrti Japan will notify Har<»n lle
\ ragr and eiigme at a Victor, Colo Roarn, th«* Rumdan minister at Tokio,
Delay Is Too Great.
tending to raise values, thus giving the ably 35 bushels per acre. Last season mouth of the Columbia river. The
New York, Feb. 1 .—Internaldisturb
the yield was about 20 bushels to the amonnt for the river between Portland
rali", min«' gol la-yoml conimi and 14 that "hr ba* no alternative but to take*
market a strong tone.
T««kio, Jan. 28.—The Japanese gov
and the sea was less than (100,000.
meli t'ale to their dcath.
In the different localities of the Will acre.
up arina in defe-nar of hrr intervata, ance in Corea in spreading, cables the ernment has diplomatically intimated
Herald's Seoul correspondent. It is
For this project Major Langfltt recom
The Nat limai Giani IL ai'In arancia- and that M. Kurina will lie in«truct«<l I he result of increased taxation. The t«> Baron Ik- Rosen, the Russian minia* amette valley land may be fourni in
mended (1,200,000, but the war depart
tion, at n meeting I*1 Waahingt<m.
governors of three provinces report that ter, that an early response is desired to thousands of acres of land that still
ment cut the amount down to (500,000,
a'I 'pteil re- bitioiia (avoriiig thè 1905
their officers have been capturevl by or Japan's recent note* to Russia, It is l«ear a heavy grow th of timlier, fit to | has arrived here to take charge of the believing that no more than that
ganized bands and government funds calculated here that the Japanese note 1« made into fuel. There are tlions-1 work of carrying on experiments with amount could be utilized in one year.
to proceed to Singnp> re.
reached tin- Russian cabinet on the af
It was stated by the chief of engineers
RiawM'velt nini Henna are said lo lieve
ternoon of January 16, and it is felt ands of acres of land from which the thoroughbred stock at the Eastern Ore- that the half million, if it could be ob
trai lii-il an agn-vineiit bv which tlie lat
LARGE FIRM IN YUCAT a M.—
of til«* disturbances at Vladivostok dur that sufficient time has elapsed for its which the decaying stumps still stand, this city, and will assume charge in a tained this year by any means, would
ti-r in imt to 1« a «aiididatr (or presi-
consideration ami the preparation of a
Blatt al PrliKlpal Port of Progrraao ing the celebration of Russian Christ response. The Japanese* government is I.ying alongside these unimproved lands few days. A large (7,000 barn was be sufficient until a river and harbor
are farms upon which grain, hay, fruit. | completed on the state's land some bill could be passed early in the ses
Cautct J2.«HMI.«HH> I ota.
Reaciiera nt thè arene of thr gr<uit
Russian marines and Japanese women. conscious of tin* possible necessitiea of bops, livestock, poultry and vegetables time ago and preparations are now com- sion, perhaps before the holiday recess.
Pennsylvania mine «liaaater had to lic
Mexico City, Jan 30.—Fir«* at I’m- Numerous houses were destroyed, most
The engineers recommended, and the
rre-iuwl. Few bialien lieve yet berti re- greaan, the chief port of Yucatan, «les- ly Japanese, but including the Russian is unwilling to permit evasions and de-1 of
' superior quality are grown. It is plete fof beginning extensive work in war department concurred in the rec
tr««yr»l an entire square of buaiix■«» theater. The usual fighting occurred. lays which ate designe«! to gain time.
ommendation for the appropriation of
The future course of the Japanese support a cow to the acre, that hop- périment station,
(500,000. In addition, (125,000 is
Presi.Ii-nt John Mitchcll, of thè Unit liouaew and public buildings, including As liap|H-ns on such <n «-anions, there
favored for dredging.
It is deemed
ed Mini Workrre, refumal tu ellow thè the market. The Ions is (2,000,000. was considerable brutality, but no fa
very important, the senators say, that
nationel coiivimtioli to reiee Ina nelary Th«* railway ««flic«-» were also consumed. talities. The malines weie not brought cret. The length of time that Japan for the land upon which they grew.
Tbs public buildings were not insured, under control until much property is prepared to await the pleasure of
this appropriation should be made, but
(2,lM><) a year.
Russia is unknown. It seems probable
Wheat—Walla Walla, 73c; blue under the existing conditions it cannot
an«l the l««s* <»n them is (390,000. had lieen ilestroyeii.
Merging Sugar Factories.
A stiow storni nvar Bt. lamia rend Fifteen thonaand bales of henequin
go in the regular sundry civil bill, in
The notification of Conan neutrali
erei lighta invisible ami tw<> traina were burn«-«!.
cisively within a few «lays. The popu
La Grande—Word comes from Og-
Barley—Feed, (20 per ton; brewing, the regular course. All of the Oregon
rami' together. Three |H'raonn were
The business quarter, in which the was unknown in the Corean foreign lar tenqier has long oppose»! further den, Utah, to the effect that there will (20020.50; rolled, (21.
improvements, except The Dalles, are
killnl ami n nuinlier injun-d.
lie a consolidation of all sugar fac-1 Flour—Valley, (email@example.com per bar affected, and it is doubtful whether
tire first broke out, in hall a mil«* from office until replies were received from delay.
anything can be done before January of
Whitaker M'riglit, thr m>tr«l promot th»* w’larves, ami fronts on tlu* Ala the representatives abroad. The inti
er, convictcd <■( (rumi ami aentencc«l to meda, the nio«t lantiliful plaz« i" Pro mation was that it was arranged by the initiative, a majority wouhi now future, which is considered very prob-1 clears, (firstname.lastname@example.org; hard wheat pat- next year. It is the intention of the
seven years* p<mal acrvilude, haa clieat- greso. Tlie origin of tlie fir«* is un Yi Yong Ik ami liven Sang Kun, the welcome the issuance of a brief ulti able. Should it take place it would ents, (4.20 0 4.50; graham, (3.75; delegation to make the very beet fight
s«l justice by dying within an lioiir known. The Mptare, which was con hitter having just returned from Rus matum ami a «leclaration of war if mear. tlie consolidation of eight fac- whole wheat, (4; rye flour, (4.500 possible to get the necessary funds for
that should prove ineffective. Some tories, as follows: Th»* Ogden, Ixigan, 4.75.
carrying on the Oregon improvements.
after sentence was pronoucned. l’oia- sumed, consiste«l for tlie moat part "I sia.
outside opinion here inclines to the l«e- Utah, and La Grande, Oregon, fac-
Oats—No. 1 white, (1.07Vj@1.10;
one story buildings «a-cupied by busi
oiling in sns|a*<-te<l.
The Corean minister at Tokio has
lief that the activities of Japan will be tories of the Amalgamated sugar] gray, (1.0501.07 per cental.
ness houaee. Tin* market house, a
Russian Troops Expect War.
('<mt«-H Kinney, the author and poet, large single story biiililing, «hich fur liven instructed esjiecially to urge Ja liniite«l to the seizure of Corea, which company, the factories at I.ehi and
Millstuffs—Bran, (180 18.50 per ton;
Victoria, B. C., Jan. 26.—Four Ital
in dem I.
nished the only means of obtaining neutrality.
ians, who have been working on the
Idaho Falls and St. Anthony factories chop, (18; linseed, dairy food, (19.
Bccretaiy Root is preparial to turn food supplies, whh destroyed.
Hay—Timothy, (16017 per ton; Manchurian railway, who arrived by
over his «iffieo to General Taft.
Turkey Has Mot Sold Cruiser.
Adopts Gold Standard.
clover, (12013; grain, (12013; cheat, the Victoria from Yokohama today, re-
l arge Coal Mine to Work.
port the Russian soldiers all expectant
Philadelphia, Feb. 1.—Reiteration
Japan and Russia are growing flitter
M’aahington, Jan. 28.—A l«elate«l re
Pueblo, t’olo., Jan. 30.—Circulars of the story of the sale of the Turkish port lias been received at the state de
speedy war with Japan, have been
•ml ri-gnrd «-n«-|i oilier witli suspicion.
Cottage Grove—The Oregon A South-
Vegetables—Turnips, 65c per sack ;
rcceiv..«! in this city t.nhiy from the
passing through there and large detach
Mayor Carter Harrison, witli seven general sales department of th«* tole cruiser Medjiilia brought forth an em partment from Unite«! States Minister western railroad company haa ana-
beets, 90c; parsnips, 85c ments
of artillery have been arriving.
others has laa-n held (or the Chicago rado fuel sml iron company are taken phatic denial today on la-half of the Beaupre, nt Bogota, upon the monetary pended construction of its road at the (V11 cabha*e’ 1 4@2c; red cabbage,
Great camps of soldiers are being made
Cramps company. It was stated that law of Colombia, w hich was passed by front on account of the severe weather. I
liy business men to mean the early re
at many points ready for concentration
The house has pusaeil the army ap sumption of nil departments of tlu* big at no time lias there la-en any negotia th«* Colombian congress nt its last ses A couple of miles of grade is completed «1-^802 per crate; cauliflower, 75c0 on the Yalu frontier when necessary.
tions for tlu- sale of the cruiser to eith sion. The bill provides that the mone fteyond tlie end of the track, which is]*' per dozen; celery, 60c per dozen;
propriation bill, carrying approximate plant, which close«! «loan two moni bn
er Russia or Japan. An otlieial of the tary unit shall I h * the gold dollar of the laid to Frank Brass creek, 16 miles I
, Fortifications were being hurriedly
««go I h * csur «> <«f tin* *’<»al strike. I l* company save:
erected in many places in Man
"The sultan takes United States; that future emission of from here. The bridge across tliis
Tlie Middle West ia aiifb-rhig from a circulars say in part: “We are no« great interest in the building of a mod paper money la* ptohibitisi; that in
creek is completed. Track laying and
severe cold snap. Tlie t<-ni|M*rature la pleastsl to annonnee that affairs have ern navy for Turkey, with vessels of the departments and provinces where grading the right of way will lie re- sacks; 2Sc crated.
ao alin|a'd themselves as to enable ua to the most advanced ty|a-, and therefore silver has hitherto been current coin
far la-low zero at many points.
Cost of Field Maneuvers.
Onions—Yellow Danvers, (1.100
resume operations." This announ.-.- we feel sun- that he would not consider age it shall keep to the gold unit and sumed about April. Then it «ill be 1.25 per sack.
Jan. 2«.—A request
Rcpn-aentativo Hermann says it la nient is sent out under the direction of any offer to sell the ship.”
all paper money burned.
Honey—(303.50 per case.
for an appropriation of (1,245,366 for
Lila«' economy not to pans a river and th«* vice president and general manager.
Fruits—Apples, fancy Baldwins and field maneuvers for 1905, and of «1,.
harbor lull at the present M*ssion.
Czar Moves Troops.
(1.50 per box; cooking, 255,466 for. the same purpose for the
Price on Heads of Officers.
Poultry and cat show, Portland,
Improve« the Mull Service.
Port Arthur, Jan. 26.—It is reported February 9-15.
It'HiHi-vi'It has <leci<l<*«l to ignore the
Constantinople, Feb. 1.—The porte
London, Jan. 30 —It i" annoum-cd has notified the Austrian and Russian that about 150 wagons loaded with
Butter—Extra creamery, 32 Sc per the house today from the war depart
'barges against II. Smith Woolley and
pound; fancy creamery, 30c; choice ment. It is proposed, General Chaffee
has renppointed him nssayer at Boise,
embassies that the Macedonian com army stores have left Lino 5 ang daily February 12.
nm.le a contract «¡th th«* Allan hm* of mittees have arranged with the Albani for the past four days for the Yalu riv
creamery, 250 27 Sc ¡dairy, 2O022Sc; save, to hold the maneuvers in two of
Hecretiny Root la strongly Opposed to steamer« for an improv«*«! mail servi««* ans for liberal rewards to have them er, where it is intended to concentrate
Oregon Christian Endeavor conven store, 12014c.
the four military divisions of the
,l"' I’ropoae«! law that all Philippine between Canada an«l Great Britain, to kill every foreign officer sent in to the 8,000 Po't Arthur and Mukden troops. tion, Pendleton, February 19-22.
Cheese — Full cream, twins, 14c; country each year. During the present
U'ight he carried on American veesele. commence next August with the tur provinces in connection with the reor The authorities assert that the hostility
year they are to be held in the Atlantic
Benton county gun shoot, Corvallis, Young America, 15c.
Hill«- ganisation of the gomlarinie under the of Japan compels mobilization on the February 22.
"ays it will place tlie country at tin* bine steamer Victorian ami to
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, 11012c and Pacific divisions.
m«*r»-y «,( xl,ip owners.
|)|euient«*«l later with a sister ship, th«* reform scheme of the powers. The Yalu. an 1 on this river Russia has
College oratorical contest, Pacific per pound; springs, small, 13014c;
Oreat Radium Discovery.
liens. 11012Sc; turkeys, live, 170
Major Hoyt Rhorman, brother of Virginian. The British terminus of porte, therefore, objects to the officers heretofore carefully avoided alarming university, Forest Grove, March 13.
the service will I«- Moville, Ireland, wearing foreign uniforms, as their lives Corea by an appearance of threatening
18c; dressed 20c; ducks, (809 per
Austin, Tex., Jan. 26.—What is Mid
"''■«ral W. T, Hherinan and of Hecre-
dozen; geese, live, 8c per pound.
tlie year rouml. while the Canadian are thereby endangered.
to lie the richest radium bearing earth
«•ry Jolin Hherinan, is dead.
Eggs—Oregon ranch, 27028c.
in the world has been discovered in ths
terminus will be IJ uc I mm -.
Looking for Pattened Hogs.
It is riqarrted that i’op«* Pius intends
Consuls to Reach Posts Soon.
Hops—Choice, 26027c per bound; Llano gold and coal fields, 115 milss
Little Hope for New Buildings.
retire in a short tlmo.
Enterprise—E. E. Kiddle, a hog- prime, 25c; medium, 24c.
Washington, Jan. 28.—Under the
north of this city. Rumors of the dis
Washington, Feb. 1.—The policy of
Psnama, Jan. SO.-TIm constitution-
Woo) — Valley, 17018c; Eastern covery of the earth liearing a large per
Japan proposes to make a military
this congress in relation to appropria provisions of the treaty with China, buver of the firm of Kiddle Bros., of
cent of radium in the Llano have been
al convntion today Bl’l’,,’v7
"'nno tions for federal buildings was consid the state department intends to dis Island City, and ¡.a Grande, came in a Oregon, 12015c; mohair, 320 35c.
... "•’natrati.in in C.irea.
few days ago for the purpose of buying
Beef—Dressed, 607 Sc per pound.
persistent for some time, and today
ered tislav by the senate committee on patch at once by the shortest route, a load of fat hogs. The weather is so
HuaaiHii military activity at Black
Mutton—Dressed, 6@7Sc; lambs, these rumors were verified by the ra
to Im paid to the republic of l
public buildings and grounds, but no Messrs. Cheshire and Davidson, the
n purl« ¡ h greater than ever before.
by the Unite<l States (or the right to decision was reached. Readers of the two consuls to Mukden and Antung. cold now that they can lie hauled in 7Sc-
turn of a party of scientists who had
very num ua«. the canal zone (8,oon,ooo is to re house are said not to favor any extens They will l»e ablo to reach their posts wagons to the railroad with little or no
vlsiteil the mine to investigate the re
danger of death from suffocation.
Tork—Dressed, 5 S08 Sc.
in five or six weeks.
°f '»flairs makes more main untouched for the future benefit ive appiopriatiens for new buildings.
of the new republic.
TWO IIEMISPIII RES.