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EVENTS OF THE DAY
KLAMATH COUNTY, OliELON,
wil l» OAI II MAUI'*.
Pa* Ita. Lassi I rom
OATMERED FROM ALL PARTS OP THE
FIGHT FOE ON SEA
*«Hiver Island Wind Swept.
Ban Francisco, March 12 — The RUSSIANS SINK A JAPANESE TOR
worst rain and almi «tarin in 13 year«
swept over this city ami «long t),« |>,
cilli «-««Mt flay, doing much «lamage
to shipping, rallrixd« and fraina build- Huth Mdra Suffer an Equal Loss Vu>
ing« through the stat« The «tarin .
•Ians Came Upon Japanese Uuexpect-
tamis from Kan Diego to Vancouver
*dly In the Night While Out Scout
Island, aid It Is frare.1 that many
ing Ifuaalan Admiral Shows (treat
marine disasters have <«nrr«-<i along t|w
Bravery In an Attempt at Rescue.
ALL EYES ON IT,
Russian Vladivostok Squadron
Soon Be Located.
FLEET SHUT OUT.
HAPPENINGS HERE IN OREGON
Tokio, March 10.—It Is believed
Ixindon, March 9.—The Japanese
here that th< re haw already been a
here has received no official
dedalv« naval engagement In the
Information regarding the bombard-
^aprchenslve Review of the Import-
KNOW TIMBER BUSINESS.
POWER FROM MORGAN LAKE.
meat of Vladivostok. It la believed at
It are anxiously awaited. The Japan-
mi Happening« of the Past Week,
Many Men Coming From Middle l~a Grande May Soon Have Suburban | the legation, however, that the Jap
I'rvecntrd In Condeneed t erm, Moat
anese are now between the Russian
ivostok for the purpose of bombard
Likely to Provo Interoetlng to Oor
Cruiser squadron and Vladivostok,
ing the town, but to locate and at-
There Is Indication of a large Imml
La Grande—Morgan Ijike. situated
tack the ItUHaian fleet stationed there. gratlon to Oregon thia spring from the about
two miles above La Grande, haa and there 1« reason to believe that the
It 1« umh-rHtood here that when the Middle Western States, of a nature been thoroughly tested as to the Russian squadron Is Io the vicinity of
Japanesi- fleet arrived there on 8un that will be very Important in the amount of power and water that can Posslet Bay.
Minister kiirlriu «ays Japan baa no
■lay la«t, It found the Ruaalan squad
of the timber resources be obtained from It. The power will
In tiri« city thia motnlng the bar. m
Kt. Petersburg, March 14.—Tin-com run absent. If thlw Is true, it gave J development
Russian official dispatches do not
(Ixiugbt <4 annaxliig Coras.
uf the sate, C. H Stewart of Albany, be used for different Important things
eter r.*m lx-.l 29 23, the lowest r«-< ,.,.| I'b-ti- story ot the fierce fight off Port the Japanese squadron advantage In one of a number
this squadron, and thia fact
j*r<.iuiliclll Gatilile« <4 Balt laike will aixl ths wind r«glsler<-«l a vel<« ity o| Arthur between tor|H«l<> flotillas, which th«* way of avoiding battle close to the
in timber claims, the applications for community. More power will be used lends color to the belief that th« Jap
urgstu«' at> anti-.Mormon party.
4H mil«-, an hour,while Bt Sai ramant, « '«<urre<l Wednesday, ami the bom Inshore batteries, at the same time which were suspended because en for the electric light plant and to run
anese warships have shut ft out of
Martial law haa tx-en aludialieil at a gale <4 »4 miles was m olded I'f, |,._ bardment which followed Thursday put ting It In a position to prevent the tered In the wrong district, has been a motor line to Hot Lake and other
Vladivostok. It is pointed out at the
Trllurlile, Col. The military protre graph anil telephone wires were pion- morning, was not given out here until Russian ships re-entering the harbor. corresponding with the hohb-rs of sus points In the county.
that If this Is true, the Rus
lien haa ■ .art *690,1X10.
1 wo official rneeaagea from Viceroy drew thdr entire squadron unless the certed action In the matter of getting of the electric light company that sian vessels are in a critical position.
eral hour« this dly ««« entirely < ut off
The Japniie» (l«wl haa again bom- from the outside sorbi.
their applications reinstated.
their plan was entirely feasible and
Alexieff had been received during the
covered, aa It rm-ant surrendering the
A number of people in the Mlddle practicable The plans call for a frac since they must run the gauntlet of
banled Port Arthur, but at too lung a
At the (TlffcHoUM.¡.,| ill 111« I»rivi || iiTiir ■lay and presented to the emperor, but advantage of being in a position b«-
Western States are Included_ in ___
the tion over two miles of pipe and the the Japanese squadron off Vladivos
range I" eff<« t any damage.
the entrance to Han Francisco Bay the public remained in «uajrenae. All tween the enemy and the enemy's list
of holders of suspended appllci
power obtained through the pipe will tok or the Japanese squadron off Port
|lri»tow ha« again lx»ti assailed in Irviiieixlou« wave« daalx-l
tlons. These people have been com- be equal to 500 horsepower. The res Arthur, before reaching a Russlon
--■ I against th« •orts <4 rumor« <4 the inlorznatirm con ba»«
the hou» for p<*tal rvi***rt and an In-
munlcated with by Mr. Stewart, and ervoir when filled will contain water port.
over the huge batli«, « ■Ieri (tame among the officials, but they did not the Japam-a«- found the Russian «hips a great many of them have wrltten sufficient to furniBh this amount of
veatigation haa Ix-en or<ter«*d.
In a dispatch from St. Petersburg
building 6U tael high,
Numerous have their texts, ami were tinder th« gave them battle there. The names letters to the effect that they will be power for a period of one year, with
IVitix «»• lx*!orr the »nate commit* ■mall craft on the Imy
here this spring to assist in looking out receiving any additional supply. a correspondent of the Standard gives
imprrMion that Admiral MakarofT bad
tec mv Dietrich Bold tho Hasting«, ■■bore atei
numbers uf ships In the Japanese the matter up.
In other words, when the lake is filled a rumor that the Czar has received a
■ lamage to shipping in Kan dir<'<U«J th« attack upon th«- enemy's and
squadron havo been kept secret, but
During the course of the corren it will contain enough water to sup telegram to the effect that the Japan
Neb , '«tiifflce appolntmonl fcr *2,* Francisco l*ay will
l-av w ill amount to many
letters have come from lum- ply water for 500-horsepower. The
l<e«'ame evident the collisions between divide into two divisions, the one to pondence
thouaaixla of «loiter«
o«rmen In Wisconsin, Michigan, Min lake is situated 1100 feet above the ese fleet bombarded Vladivostok all
Admiral Makaroff l>aa clraml tho
Re|«>rts from the Interior show that the torpedo flotilla« bail occurred acci guard Vladivostok, and the other to nesota. and the two Dakotas to the power station, which, according to the day Monday. According to this rum
entrance to Port Arthur and la detorrn- the «torni »stand««! over practically the dentally during the night while the cruise In search of the Russian ships, effect that they will remove to Ore plans of the engineer, will be located or only trivial damage was inflicted to
The navy department expects to gon to reside and Invest their means near the site of the Old Town flouring the Russians, but one or two Japan
ir««l to go out after tlio enemy with entire «tate la the soulliern portion, RtiMiana were «touting in search <4 the
receive dispati-hi-s tomorrow from in timber and the necessary mills to mill.
where the season has Ix-en dry, ti«- enemy.
hi> big »hlpa.
ese cruisers were sunk.
A» fur «« known here, thia is the first Gen San, where It ha« planned the put it on the market. This will be
There is much curiosity her« con
Fi I lilted Htatoa District Attorney rain will gri stly l«*nefit crops.
time the tor|H-<lo boats have engaged fleet would call after the operation In done both because of the great op
cerning the resisting power of Vlad
LAWS TO BE VOTED UPON.
(trrt* III--» dix lare« the Mormon church
each other at sea. Although the odds
ivostok, which has been long regard
SlKMIlTS 1-OR SALII.
tzert« it« power In butane«« circle« iu>
cause of the rigorous weather that Printed Pamphlets of Direct Primary ed as the Gibraltar of the Far East.
were uguiriNt the Runeians, a« the squadron had been concluded.
veil «■ in |>ulitica.
Vladivostok is known to be better
squadron was aupportr-d by the cruisers
and Local Option Measures.
WAR COST NOT A DEAD LO88.
during the present winter.
t ranch (Xtaar Ottava Jipan li m pu riant
equipped as a naval base, and to have
ot th«- enemy, the Rii»«ian« made u he
Military esparto declare J»|*an'a te*
roic dash for th«- foe, anti upparently Russia Figures That Most of the have had experience in the lumber has received from the State Printer greater docking and repairing re
Uy in moving tho main holy of her
sources than Port Arthur, but doubts
l’aria, Manli 12—In spile ot offic had the lu-tt< r of the combat— sinking
army I" due to fear of encountering the
business, and have been on the ground the first copies of the pamphlets con are expressed as to the character of
Money Will Go to Her People.
iai trllirliir ami dentala frulli Ile J«p.
Paris, Marcfa 9.—A St. Petersburg the conditions here. They will come mary law and the local option law, Its defenses Russia has been settled
cruiwr« got within range ami one of
Japan la rapidly moving troop« into armai- legatlnn bere, il la affini««! tliat the I«tt4-r'« shell« cripph«] the Ktere- dlxpat'h gives an interview with M. here seeking a new field for opera which will be voted upon by the people there for 40 years, and it is conse
quently considered prooable that th«
a mmcommiaslatH-d ■ Ili. «r tiamed Mar gu»hU hi.
Kokovxev, to whom has been Intrusted tions. where there are abundant re on June 8.
defenses and guns at thia place are of
a somewhat obsolete character.
The gallant action of Vice Admiral the raising of funds required for the
The race riot at Bpringfield, Ohio is tin, who «aa employed in tlie ministry
It is understood that during the
ot marine, and who 1« non under ar Maksroff in transferring his flag to conducting of the war.
m ( !»■* k
the year round.
already turned out 30,000 copies of the past few years ail the available new
resi, attempted lo »11 Frenili nevai ac the cruiser Novik, ami sailing out in
The elrs'tric road to connect Hoqui ereta to a nevai attaché at thè Japanew the fac* of the enemy in an attempt
guns and war material which it was
the direct primary law. The former possible to send over the single-line
pothesis." he says, "the vital forces of
LEGISLATURE WILL DECIDE.
am and Alwrdven will awn Is* Colli- legatlon.
at res, tie, receives unstiiite-l praise, the empire cannot be effected. The
fins 20 pages and the latter 52 pages Trans-Siberian railroad have been
In a few days the Secretary of State used for the strengthening of Port
The diacovi-ry <4 ibis alleged at ■tamping him at the outset of his com expenditure must not be looked upon Unpaid Indian War Claim Will Be
will distribute these pamphlets to the Arthur and points in Manchuria, leav
The last attack of the Japaneae on tempi carne as a restili <4 thè acciden- mand ua a man of force and action, fum a European viewpoint, or com
Presented to That Body.
several counties in sufficient quanti- ing Vladivostok with old-type guns of
P«>rt Arthur waa brief and of Illite con tal opvning <4 a lattar addri-aried t<> thè who insists on Iw-lng in the vai n of tile pared, for example, with the South
Salem,—Secretary of State Dun ties so that each voter may have ! one. short
African struggle. Would Russia have
range. It is reported that Vlad-
n<»t>c<>mmiaaioned “fficer by a naval fighting.
to npi-txl. for > xample, 380,000 000 bar has prepared a circular letter free of charge.
ivostok is ill-supplied with provialona »
francs for the purchase of horses out
aa« troni an Intrrmediary, hot it indi
side of h< r domains? Hardly. At the War veterans who have unpaid claims
Dispatches from Tokio published
cateli thè princi|>ala in thè affair. It
maximum she will expend but 10,000.- against the State. He informs them
State Convention, Knights of the this morning speak of the________
sac ri flees
i» all*-gt«l thal »varai women are im
Battleship Will Also Be Orest Fight uoo francs, and this will be exclusive
Maccabees, Portland, March 22.
being made by the Japanese nation.
lineala baa grant««! the request ot plicate«!, and uno ot them ha« con-
ly expended in Russia. The cost of exhausted he has no further authority
County Recorders and Auditors,
to audit claims ot issue warrants, but
America for officers to accompany the leeaed.
correspondent at Tokio, the Mikado
Washington, March 14 —Unless un- the transport of the troops, and sup- he will preserve the claims and pre Portland, March 25.
is abandoning all luxuries, the court
army doting the war.
forrM-rn obstacles are encounter««!, the state railway.
Republican primaries, April 2.
Bent them to the next Legislature.
following his example, and all are go-
meni la miaairig (rum thè miniatry <>( battleship Idaho will become a part of
The wnate haa |4teee-1 a nuuil»r of
County Conventions. ing to live abstemiously until the war
"In a general way. it can be stated
marine, bui il la puaoible thal Marlin the United Mates navy early in the
AlsAati bills, but deferred action <41 pholographed ami replacrd otlirrs. il
that the money expended from the na
spring <4 1907. Under the terms <4 a tional treasury will not be the dead retary of State. The claims now in
Republican Convention, First Con-
that giving the territory a delegate.
la noi prolable thal thè Information rontract recently made with the Cramp loss that the cost of the Transvaal war ’.he hands of the Secretary of State gressional District,
Salem, April 13.
HOPE IS ON LAND.
lz«d«>ia in the bouse ate arranging allrgcd to bave t>e«-n «telili gol la-yond shipbuilding company, of Philadel was to Great Britain. Most of it will ul amount to *35,227.06.
lor an investigation of the connection thè in ter inoliary, ami it la «aid thè phia, the Idaho and h«r sister ship, timately benefit the Russian mer-
Portland, Russia Considers That the War Has
ol ti» inla-ta ot that Ixaly with the |x«t- Jaj>ano«e naval attaché, who ia «tip the MiaeiMippi, ar«- to l>e constructed chants and manufacturers. It would General Gantenbein has received April 13
|M«r«i lo have liceo in Indirei t comniu- at their yard at an aggiegnt«- cost of ba a gross exaggeration to suppose
Republican State Convention. Port
Whether the remaining claims will be
St. Petersburg. March 8.—Although
(2,999,500, the contract |«-ri<«l being penditure on Russia of one-quarter of paid rests entirely with the Legislat
The death of Congressman Croft, of
Democratic Convention, Multnomah almost four weeks have elapsed since
Ronth Carolina, *u the cause of the on taiard <u>e of lite crui»ra which Jap- 42 month«. Plans for tlit*M< ships the total of the cost of the war In ure.
County. Portland, April 14.
the Japanese fleet first attacked Port
hotiae adjourning tor a day in respect
South Africa to the British govern
Oregon Cattigmen's Association, Arthur, here the war is considered
Articlss of Incorporation Filed.
, to the contracting firm, ami already ment."
to his memory.
Portland. April 16.
Salem—Articles of incorporation
•t«|-s have Ix-en taken looking to the
Democratic State Convention. Port hardly begun. Heavy land fighting,
RI1ADV I OR WAR IN BALKANS
Secretary Taft and noted financiers
were filed in the office of the Secre land. April 19.
SPLIT ON BILL,
con st met ion <4 the two v«<e»le.
upon which the fate of the campaign
have held a conference relative to
tary of State last week as follows:
Th«* navy department haa embodied
Dog Show, Portland, April 20-22,
is not expected much before
bull-ling rallrtada In ths Philippines; Wussla. However. tto«s Not Expect an in the Idaho the uioet modern ideas in Senators Fall to Agree on Land Re-
Farmers' Irrigating Company, Hood
University of Oregon-Pacific Uni the end of April. By this time Rus
Outbreak In the .Spring.
the latter are timid about undertaking
While not as
such a pro|Mjsllioa,
Annual reunion. Department of Ore sia will have in the field, exclusive of
Warrenton Grocery & Butcher Com
Ht. Petersburg, March 11.—Careful great as some <4 the vessels in nxslern
Washington. March 10.—Western
gon, G. A. R., Hood River, June 15-17. the large army of men required to
Ths Hmoot case Is still before the Inquiry concerning the outlook in the navies, the Llaho is deaigii««l to lx* an senators are hopeful that legislation pany, Warrenton. *5000.
guard the railroads, four army corps,
Stanfield Irrigation Company, Echo,
Balkans <levelpn the fact that the pre all arouml machine, not only caimble along the lines recommended in the
Wheat Prospect is Flatt«ring.
each with a cavalry division and an
*5000. Object to construct an Irriga
The flood situation at Harrisburg, vailing opinion in government, as well <4 withstanding an attack from the en- report of the Public Land Commis tion system In Umatilla and Morrow
Pendleton,—“I do not think I artillery brigade. All that has hap
at diplomatic circle«, is against an out emy, but of l>eing able to engag«* or
Pa . Is tho worst In Its history.
counties, taking water from Umatilla have ever seen the wheat outlook so pened so far, or is going to happen un
break <4 war in the spring, although give chase to the enemy if ne«*<l lie. sion. sent I to congress yesterday, will river and Butter creek.
good at this time of the year as it is
Japan saya ahe did not have troops th« ilanger in not consider««! passe-1. In otliei words, the Idslio enilxxliee bo enacted at the present session of
now- between Pendleton and Athena." til these forces are in the field, is con
In t'or- a prior to the opening of hoe
A perfect un<l«-r«tamling exists between
said Representative W. M. Blakely re sidered, according to the Russian
poets to take up the commission's re Portland, *1000.
Mr. Blakely, who is ex- view, to be nothing more than the
Russia and Austria and bsaidee, the ship and cruiser combined.
A mob haa fired the negro district Russian authorities appear to I* satis
sheriff of Umatilla county, owns a One
»f Springfield. Ohio, and state troupe fied completely regarding the attituile
ORBATBR ATTACK IS IMMINENT,
tract of wheat land at Eastland. "The prologue to the real drama.
cure a report on a bill repealing the
Lutke Manufacturing Cpmpanv. of grain is very strongly rooted, and In
have been called ouL
The crippling of the Port Arthur
What aanuramva the
tlmiier and stone act. providing for fice furniture manufacturing, Port this respect has a splendid start. The fleet was unfortunate in that It gave
Rain in the inland Empire country authoritiea have concerning Bulgaria
the sale of government timber, and land. *50,000.
acreage on the reservation and around
haa »wi-ilo,! st reama so that they are are not known, but they do not tally
carrying out the recommendations re
Prasil & Co., Inc., Portland, liquors, Adams, Athena and Helix is about all the enemy the command of the sea at
unabl.. io l arry off the water
very outset. It is. however, of
with direct information from other
London, Marcli 14.—A correspond
In. though the good conditions may in the
relatively small importance from the
Campbell Transportation Company. duce a few farmers to sow more.”
Many Japanese are entering Rue aourcen, representing Bulgaria a« hav ent «I the Telegraph at Seoul describes commutation laws.
standpoint of the main strategy of the
Unfortunately there is a division of Portland. *50,000.
tian forts disguised an Chinese and ing her army under mobilization, with the recent Japanese attacks on Port
war, whether Port Arthur stands or
the committee on party lines, the
I-a Grande Mercantile Company, La
gaining valuable Information.
having her plans |<rrfiu-t<«l for an in Arthur a« “successful preparatory Ixtni- democrats, with the exception of Du Grande, *20,000.
falls. But as long as it holds out,
It A iiallnger has been elected
Wheat—Walla Walla. 77c; blue and the fleet is harbored there, it will
bols. of Idaho, favoring the outright
mayor of Hostile. The Republicana dent that ahe car« defeat Hie Turka sin greater attempt to reduce Port Arthur repeal of the timber and stone home- Roseburg. *16,000.
stem, 81c; Valley, 82c.
constitute a potential menace which
Barley—Feed. *21022 per ton: will restrict and hamper Japan's op
Sleeted all but three councilman
stead commutation and desert land
is thought imminent.
brewing, *22; rolled, *24025.
erations, and the Russians are deter
Oklahomans at Independence.
A correspondent at Chefoo of the acts, without the enactment of other
Evidently the porte is alarm<*<l at
A tract of swamp land on Upper
Flour—Valley, *3.9003.95 per bar- mined to defend Port Arthur as horo-
Independence.—Five families of Ok
Klamath lake haa been sold to aseo the outlook, aa an American, a repre- Mail gives alleged information of the laws to take their place. Bard, of
aental've <>f an ordnance firm, who Japanese landing movements up to California, and Dietrich, of Nebraska, lahomans arrived here from Californ rel; hard wheat straight, *4©4.20; ically as they did Sevastopol. No
elates of Htate Henator Marsters.
All ia this week. They have found two clears. *3.85©4; hard wheat patents. large garrisons will be retained there;
March 9, ami says disembarkation is arc now with the democrats
Japan la sending Marquis Ito to Cor came here to act as a broker in the
other republicans, except Nelson, residences in which they have moved *4©4.20; clears. *3 85©4; hard wheat 10,000 men are as good as 100.000 for
favor legislation similar to that re until better accommodations can be patents, *4.4004.60; graham. *3 500 defense, while the more men th.e.
es Thia would seem to Indicate that
she intends to make it her baee of Russia, has l>een requu«<nted to go to the northward with marveluos rapid commended by the commission. This secured. They are pleased with the 390; whole wheat. *3.6504.05; rye more mouths to feed. There
enough provisions there now to last
leaves th<’ committee standing seven country, and state that they will lo flour. *4.5*04.75.
Oats—No. 1 white. »1.17H© 1.20; for eight months. In addition, there
deairing to purchase a larg« supply of ports have landed 10,000 men at a members for absolute repeal, six sup cate here. They state that they are
The senate haa adopted amendments
will be a division of Cossacks with
town the Japanese cal) Kaishoe. Dis porting the commission's recommend In communication with some 50 fami gray, *1.1001.15 per cental.
to the army bill, giving I*orto Rico guns.
Millstuffs—Bran. *18019 per ton; mountain batteries on the peninsula
patch Iwata began to run on Wednesday ation. with Nelson In doubt and Bur lies In Oklahoma who are contemplat
troop« and consolidating the adjutant
la-tween Chemulpo ami Chinatnpo.
ing coming West anil will settle in middlings. »24.50026; short. ,19 0 20; to oppose landings and harass ths
Officers Fight Mob Off.
goiir-ral 'a office with the record and
enemy If it succeeds in investing ths
this state if they are satisfied, as the chop, ,18; linseed, dairy food. *19.
Murphysboro, III., March 12.—A
Hay—Timothy. *15017 per ton; city.
Russia to Have Large Force.
cold winters in the East are driving
Th« Lewis Crusade to St. Louis.
clover. *11012; grain, ,12013; cheat.
The senate hna passed the naval
Paris. March 10.—The St. Peters many west.
All persons of the name of I a > wis ,
an attempt at 4 o'clock this morning
Flood Peril Is Passed.
burg correspondent of the Figaro has
Vegetables—Turnips, 80c per sack;
to take Thom»« Vaughn, a negro,
Pa., March 9.—The Ju-
Another British cabinet oriels Is be fom the county jail here.
Sheriff are preparing for the crusade of the haroff. minister of war. who. while re
The District Convention of the carrots, 80c; beets. *1; parsnips, *1;
lieved to be at hand.
Thorp hail been appri»<l of their cem- Ixjwis elans to the World's Fair in Ft. fusing to give the number of men con Knights of Pythias was held last week cabbage. lAi©2c; red cabbage, 2c; let niata and Susquehanna rivers have
The Chicago Federation of Labor Is ing ami he ami Itaputv Wixalruff lay Ixiuil, Friday, Beptemlter 23, 1904, in centrated In the Far East, said the at Music Hall and was attended by tuce. head. 25©40c per dozen; hot been falling all day and Weather Ob
300 delegates and visiting Knights house. ,2 per box; parsley, per dozen, server Demain said tonight that they
fighting Mayor Harrison.
in wait. When the mob reached the honor of the memory of their distin military authorities were well pleas This
district. No. 10, is composed of 25c; tomatoes, *1.5001.75 per crate;
guished tribesman Capt. Meriwether ed. There was no lack of troops, he
will continue to fall for 24 hours. The
United Mini-workers will leave the
said, but the means of transportation the following: Danton, No. 4, Pendle cauliflower, 75c@,l per dozen: celery, gorges above and below Harrisburg
fiuestlon of strike with tho local un
ton; Pythian. No. 29. Athena; Steph 65080c per dozen; squash. lHc per
not until three of its m«*ml>era had mark the 98th anniversary of the tri
and he was about to send 120 loco- ens. No. 49. Weeion: Pleladès. No. pound; cucumbers. *1.75© 2.25 per are still intact and there has been no
Itaputy Woodruffs umphant return of the Lewis A Clark motives and 2000 cars beyond the 74, Helix; Hercules. No. 71, Milton: dozen; onions, yellow Danvers. *2© movement In the Susquehanna river
A second bombardment of Vladi gun waa discharged prematurely, tear expedition of discovery to the Pacific.
2.25 per sack, growers’ price.
since the break of yesterday and in th«
__ to move the troops more Tomax. No. 93, Adams.
lake In order
vostok Is reported In which the Japan-
Honey—*3©3.50 per case.
gorge at High Spire. The conditions
August 12, 1905, will l»e Lewis day rapidly, General Sakhnroff declared
ing hia arm.
lost one or two cruiser«.
Potatoes—Fancy. 90c@*l. per cent- in the flooded district show an Im
Independence,—Krebbs Bros., who
at the lewis A Clark exposition in that the number of troops to go to
growers’ provement over yesterday and unless
Manchuria had not yet been fixed.
Report on nffalrs of Indian Terrl-
Halda Balkan Situation Alarming.
farm, have placed a large crew of men price; sweets. 214c in sacks; 2%c there is a sudden rise In the river, It is
“>ry smacks of graft on the part of
thought the worst is over.
Bl. Petersburg, March 12.—A spec
on the place and state they will place crated.
Orders Given by Governor.
Ruaalana Will Ba HeM at Harbin.
»melala connected with speculative ial dispatch to th«* Vieilomosti paints
Fruits—Apples, fancy. Baldwins and
Columbus. O„ Mnrch 10—Upon ur- is thought that something over 500 Spitzenbergs. *1.50©2.25 per box;
Mukden. Manchuria, March 14—It
France Can Take No Offense,
the Balkan situation in ili»rk colors.
gent representations from Mayor acres will be so planted. They will choice, *l©1.50; cooking. 75c.
A Springfield, Ohio, mob took a
March 9.—It is not expected
—Sweet cream butter. 30c
negro, who shot n detective, from Jail, llaior Itetween Bulgaria and Turkey quence of the many conflicting ac war was Imminent, as a result of the build a number of hophouses and per Butter
pound; fancy creamery, 27H © that Japan's Intention to build the Be
hsiiged him and then riddled his body ntay «xtctir any ilrxy and says that it was
oul-WIJu railroad will cause any serl-
lynching of the negro Dixon, Go ver
1,000.000 feet of lumber in 30c; choice creamery, 25c; dairy and ous dash with the owners of the early
liopeil that th« draft of th.« agreement troops at different points, and tho vari nor Herrick tonight ordered eight nearly
ous repoits of the intentions of the Jap-
Butter Fat—Sweet cream. 2814c; French concessions. The original con
* "Un««« in the Hmoot trial says submitted by M. Natchevitch, the Bul rtnese commanders, the Russian army companies of state militia to that city
cesión was granted to a French com
to preserve order. Adjutant-General Record of Second Oregon Volunteers. sour cream. 2614c.
", was mnrrlod after the Issuance of garian di|doiusiic Kg«*nt at Constanti
which has arrived at Harbin will
at once arranged for the
Poultry—Uhlckens, mixed. 12>4@ pany in 1896. A considerable portion
!. manifesto and Is positive Brigham nople, to the porte would patch up lx* detained. It will lie most difficult Crutchfield
Salem.—The State Printer has com 13c per pound; springs, small 15© of the line has already been laid under
mobilization of the troops. Governor
'»’•ng performed the ceremony.
peace, Init the sultan at the I»"1
to find accommodations for this great Herrick's first order to Mayor Bowlus pleted and delivered to Adjutant 16c; hens. 13©13A4c; turkeys, live, French auspices and it is understood
Flnzer the 1440 additional 15©16c per pound: dressed. 18©20c; that Foreign Minister Delcasse haa
The re|M>rt on influence being exert- ment refuse«! to sign it.
lx>dv of troops, and their detention at was to Issue a proclamation ordering General
copies of the official record of the ducks. *8©9 per dozen; geese, live, sought to protect French Interests
'• by members of congress to gain In
the closing of all saloons.
Second Oregon Volunteers. The Ad- 8c per pound.
along th« road, as he protected ths
Now *13,600,000 a Pound.
<r«a«eH in postulile« rentals, clerk
Jutant-General will supply one copy of
Russia Tears Building Down.
Cheese—Full cream, twins, 13014c; rights of the Panama Canal Company
uL*',nvolvoa mem bora from all
New York, March 12.—An Importer
Criais at Hand In Caucn.
the book to each member of the Sec Young America, 15c.
five status, Oregon, Idaho, No <4 railium her«» gives out the startling
St. Louis, March 10—The frame ond
ranstna, March 14.—The internal
Railroad May Sell Lande.
Oregon, free of charge.
Eggs—Oregon ranch, 17018c.
Mn,l Rhode la- news that the price of thia latest pro ■ituation in the Colombian department work for the Russian National Pavil
Washington. March 9 —The senats
Beef—Dressed, 5©7c per pound.
duet of the scientist has incroiiseil *4,- ,4 Cauca has in no way improved, ami ion at the World’s Fair, waa torn
Gain of 100 Pupils.
Mutton—Dressed. 6@714c; lambs.8c today passed Senator Foster's bill
><• appears to be approaching a crisis. down today on receipt of a cablegram
Th» house haa passed the Indian ap- 21X1,000 a pound in two days.
authorizing the Northern Pacific Rail
Pentdleton,—Secretary Halley of
•»'»Priât |un bill.
commercial rate last week was (6,4<m,- The election to tlu* presidency of Co Lecouer, who haa been In charge of the Pendleton school district will file
road Company to sell surplus lands
(M10, now It is *12,600,000 80 grea lombia of General Rafael Reyes is de the work. The cablegram was from his censúa with the county superin
Hops—Choice, 25 0 26c per pound; within its right of way when It hat
r.2r?J'fl"1 hM won •"
no use for the same, and confirming
linn been the demand for r few gr
clared in some quarters to l>e the only- the department of tho interior, brief tendent in a few days. It shows a prime, 24®25c.
'«visión of his case.
Wool—Valley. 17©18c: Eastern Ore sales of such lands heretofore mate
that the supply on the
i thing that can possibly prevent a move ly ordering such work as had not gain of 100 pupils over last year, there
by this company.
gon, 12©15c; mohair, 32©35c.
being this year 1618.
State« will not grant ly will have diaapi>eare«l entirely y ment for Cauca to secede.
been completed torn down.
'tuani Japan cable oonoesslon.