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EVENTS OF THE DAY
Benata Commuta* Objacta tu Hill Hill
UAHIIKI D I ROM AU. PARTS OP THI!
I IND IIXCLl >ION IIM) NEVI RI .
1‘AI’tRS ARE SIGNED
Hl: WOULD QUIT
I Viceroy Alexieff Aska the Czar to Re
RUSSIA IN IMBED OP MONEY
Issue of *200,000,000 Five Par Cent
Washington, Aprii 23.—The geneiul
TITLE io panama canal now
Bond« Will Soon Ba Made.
St Petersburg, April 21.—Viceroy
dell, lem y l.ill leportc.l l.y Ih« », nuli
April 20.—Reports are again
comlliittee on appropriationa curri«*
in circulation here of Russia's need to
emperor to lie relieved of his |>ositiori
$11,342,146, sii Increaai aa il pn-wd
Comprrhenalve Review of (he Import,
raise money. When the war broke out
INDIANS ON THE MOVE,
OOOD WEATHER FOR SHEEP.
thè house of $94(1,626. It contalna a* Agrstmtnt Transfers Prcpsrty Without of viceroy of the Far Eaat. It is ex-
ant llapptelega el the Paet Week,
the gold held abroad by the Bank
ah aiiietidmi'iil Ih« llltt ('bilie»« «xrlu-
Reservation Stockholder* Will Now
Roving Portion Begin* to Leave Reser Eastern Oregon Wool Will Be of Better, Russia amounted to *87,500,000.
Presented In lunl'ninl I »rm. Moat
diately granted. While no official an
aioli bill, wliicli waa accepted by thè
vation for th* Summer.
Ratify the Act of President end Di
l ikely to Prove Interesting le Oor
this amount *50,000,000 has t»een
nouncement has yet been made, there
house ladorr thè liill »ss passed. The
—The roving portion of the
I a Grande—The sheepmen of Eastern pended and therefore, according to
is every reason to lielieve that the fore
llltt bill waa ilitrislueed ili thè ». uste
U. S I Irat to Heer News.
going statement is correct. The im Indians on the reservation or th<*ee Oregon say that the late spring, which these reports, it would soon be nee as
by l'enrisie and ridurre*! lo thè coinudt-
mediate cause of the viceroy's applica who wintered on the Columbia, is al is 30 days behind time, will have a nary to have recourse to the gold held
Neidernu'ir, Mata and Vandins, Hi« t«i mi torcigli lelaliona. Ili Ibis com
Paris, April 25.—The Assodateli tion is report»«l to I m - the appointment ready stirring «broad, and making in splendid effect u|>on all of the flocks of in the treasury. According to a tele
Chicago carbarn bandits, haw paid the miti«« Hi« disrovery, it is said, has
Is-en ina*le thut tlm bill will affaci thè I 're*» is authorizeil to announce that of Vice Admiral Skrydloff, one of Ad some canes for the foothills. The sum Eastern Oregon, and the great supply
penalty of their eriliies.
of water now pouring down the hills on gram from Brussels printed this morn
inir*«lu«lloii ol Chine«« cisilie lal- r fa ...........
t by which the Panama miral Alexieff's strongest enemies and
Itnsala may not «end her Baltic fleet to thè l'anama canal zone, and to a canal pas»* a to the United States is ahar|H-st critic, as siiccesaor to the late mering season of the «mail la mis of no- every side will insure good pasturage ing the outcome of the ways and means
to the Far Eaat, as II would leave her coiiaidcralde «sten! affect thè immigra- "'giiol and scaled. The title to the Vice Admiral Makaroff in command of mads la-gins early in April. There are way into the summer, and yearling* conference at St. Petersburg will he the
European porta unguarded.
many Indians scattered over the country this Hummer will lie stronger and fatter issue of *200,000,000 in 5 per cent
tioii t*> ibis country of Coreane and Fil- canal is no» vested in the United the- Ruasian navy in the Ear Eaat.
and bring better prices than ever before. |
who do not cultivate the advantages of
Twenty Russian« engaged in planting
at its AHU
and I treasury bonds in Paris, Brussels and
—_—-- sex. is
mines 1,1 th« snlran»*» to IN»rt Arthur I nited Ntat«*, Hawaii, l'orto Kico and trsnaai tion is consuma Usi lieiirs the
the increase in the flocks promises to | Amsterdam,
•ere killed by an accidental explosion. any teitltorvy, "subject to lite jurieiu signaturi'S of President Hound Director
The more industrious and less proud tie very large. Wool this year will be
Vice Admiral Togo’s report la
timi of thè United States ol any |M*r«oii Richman, of the Panama canal com- ation, who are familiar witli th« gradu
A Port Arthur report aays an entire li«li| t<* come wltliln thè definitimi of psny, « ho signed for the company as al change in tin- emperor's attitude to of these red men make money off wool of much finer quality and cleaner than I'epted here sh fully explaining the mys
Japanese column was drstroyi**l on the
thè wi*r«la "Chineae p-ramis," and oh- H» responsible officers. The transfería ward the viceroy and M. llezobraoff, at this season. With a pack horse or have to run in dust so long before tery of the destruction of the battleship
Yalu rirer. No confirmation is obtain- : jiMtlon lise lieeu Iliade to thè far risili- >'impide and without reservation, and whe represented the military advanc
two, they wander around the the sheep shearing time, which in this part of Petropavlovsk and the newr|«pera pay
the United Etat«» secures a perfect ing element, which was anxious that districts, and while the buck gets the Eastern Oregon will t>e about May 25, warm tribute to the daring and skill
ing effecta of ti*« bill.
Russia should remain in Manchuria. living by hunting and fishing, the
displayed by the Japanese, contrasting
It Is reported that two Japanese, dis-
and the sheepmen throughout the coun these with the apparent lack of fore
Du» result lia» Is-en ’quietly accom It was these two men that the Anglo- squaw pulls or picks up wool wherever try seern very jubilant.
gu sell a* bi'ggars, attempted to assuMl
sight and vigilence on the part of the
plish*''!, and unexpietedly, aa the public Japaneee entente first lost its friends. she can find it. Bits of fleeces pulled
nate General Kouropatkin »bile I«’
Wool from last year'scropin Eastern
has fa<en given to understand that the They ladieved Great Britain would not off wool wagons, when the latter start Oregon haa been gold in Philadelphia Russians. War correspondents arriv
•as in Niu Chwang recently.
contract would not bo executed until go to war and that Japan could not running, or even wool from sheep within the past week for 17 cento, and ing at Ping Yang report that the roads
ItuMian troop« en route to the Ear
after tlie tins ting of the etockholdera of dn «*>. To the indignation of Japan, which have died on the range all go to thia ia a good indication that prices i are in terrible condition, but that the
Eaat haw Ix-cn denied liquor as there
Japanese troops in marching display
the Panama * anal company tomorrow, they succeeded in turning lhe policy of make up the sackfulls, which are after thi- year will go high.
ia a dvtrrmlnatoin on the part of offi
■ t which the question of ratification the empire from carrying out the treaty ward packed to town for sale. Indians
cers that th« army shall conduct Itself
The Daily Mail’s Ping Yang corres
would !« presented. Aa a matter of for the entire evacuation of Manchuria, will carry loads like this 100 or 150
pondent says that the food supplies are
STOCK LOSSES REDUCED.
fait, however, when the meeting takes pending further demanda on China.
miles for eight cents a pound.
l»eing pushed forth on a gigantic scale.
place Preaiilent Bo will announce that
The Hanabtough bill re ently paaeed
The migration of the reservation In-
the sale han been completed, and, in
to (I,,. ~ n It.' repealing the timlier and
dian does not take place until May, Warmer Weather Averted the Dangers All the preparations prove that the
Bid IOSS BY FIRE.
Japanese are in readiness to sustain a
Threatening the Herds.
stead o( asking for authority to execute
when hundreds of them go to the moun
«tone act. and authorising the sale of
a routract, it will only remain to ratify Over *10,000,000 Worth ot Property tains for the summer to spend the seas
government timlier Io the highest bid- (
Pendleton—Stock reports from south pondent describee the irresistible cour
the c rdraet of «ale w hich the officers
on hunting and fishing. As summer ern Umatilla and Grant counties show
,tar, ha* lieen practically killed In the
Destroyed at Toronto.
age shown by the Japanese in the fight
of tlie company have formally com
hoiiae public lands committee.
Toronto, Ont., April 21.—Fire swept progresses, he pushes farther and farth conditions much improved since the ing at Chingju, charging recklessly up
pleted. Only n few of the highest offi
er into the hills, not to come back to heavy enow storm of two weeks ago, and
Many floating mines have Inen sswn
cers of the company are now aware of through a section of Toronto's whole the reservation until the early snows of stock losses, which threatened for a hill in the face of superior numbree.
off the Mhan Tung promontory in the
The Daily Chronicle's correspondent
sale business district tonight, causing a autumn drive him back.
short time to materially thin out the at Shan Hai Kwan gives a report that*
In o|«n the »..rd, which will not I« kjlown 1
path followed by vessels bound to and
from Shanghai and Che Foo and Tien i
Japanese fleet of 26 vessels haa been
United Elate» up to the time of the 000,000.
The the started in a factory
averted. In valleys, where it was pos
LOGGER LEASES NECANICUM.
Twin Th1« is extremely dangerous to
seen escorting 100 transports north of
sible, range stock was gotten out to Port Arthur.
in Wellington street a fault 9 o'clock.
shipping and prolmbly will esuae an
In less than an hour the flames hail Clatsop County Court Grants Carefully where grans could be found, while
increaM' in marina Insurance.
spread from building to building on
enough feed was on hand for domestic
WILL CAUSE DEBATE.
Ttie «mate baa passed lhe |ienaii>n
both sides of the street until the
111:1! I ROM J a P a NI.SE.
whole block was a mass of flames, and
and lhe river and harbor bills.
In valleys where stock could not be
the fire was utterly beyond the control ed the petition of C. C. Clarke, the gotten out to I.etter locations, cattle Pension IU Will Come Up Before tbs
Th* cost of the war to Russia, up t<> Russians are RepUly Crossing ths Valu
UISSIA ISSI ES PAPER MONEY.
the l<s-al department. Ap|M-als were Seaside logger, to lease the portion of and sheep went on short rations for
Senate This Week.
April 5, I" placed at $4(1,250,000.
sent to every surrounding city where the Necanicum river that runs through some time, but escaped after nominal
April 20.—There will
Nlu Chwang, April 23.—A meaern Finance Minister Says It I* Not Forced, fire apparatus could Is* obtained asking
St. I eterlisurg is In receipt of a re
[ lose, as warmer weather came. Nights
section 28, township 6 north, range 10
and No Loan la Desired.
■oti that Ntu Chwang is being I m uní- ger fr*mi the Yalu river reports thal it
were not severe after the storm, a con be an effort to keep appropriation bills
Et Petersburg, April 25.—Russia has Hamilton and Buffalo at once respond west. The lease is for a period of five dition which also greatly helped. Sev to the front all the time during the
the Japstic -e >ut|» -ts arc mar the Rua
a new inane of $15.000 000 in ed, but it will fa- hours before they years and gives the lessee the right to eral thousand head of sheep and cattle present week in the senate, and to this
Colorado militiamen clubbed the sec «tan inticnchniente »Uh large tualiei
improve the river channel, to erect and perished, but the toes was probably not end the sundry civil bill will be taken
retary <d the Miners' Federation for de of tri*>|>« five mile« distant He ala* |ia|«*r currency against free gold in the can lie of assistance.
It was believed at 11 o’clock that the construct such dams, booms, and make over one or two percent above nominal. up first. When it is disposed of the
\t the ministry of finance
fying their chief.
I state« the lluiuiiana are tiering north
it aaa<-i| lamed that it war an ordin fire waa under control, but a sudden
pension appropriation bill will be pre
The house lias |*asse.l a bill provid acroe« the river In overc rowded b*«t«, ary issue, and in no sense was forced, shift in the wind agaiu fanned the such other improvements as may be
Stock Escaped Severe Season.
sented, and it is hoped that the bill
ing a tem|M»rary government for the loalng blind re* Is by drowning. The (niter tin* Ian paper is issuable to dou flames into a roar and clouds of sparks necessary fcr the purpose of making the
Athena—Foothill stockmen east and will in turn be immediately followed
I uieaarngrr himself met only a few ol >( ble th. amount of gold up to. $ 150,000,- and burning orands were carried down stream a public highway fur floating
Panama canal SoM.
southeast of here have not sustained by the general deficiency bill.
j lhe Japanese, but they act« reputed >1 000 gold, in excess of which pa|H*r is side atres'ta until three entire b|is*ks logs, timlier and lumber.
nearly as severe stock losses as was senate leaders are apprehensive of the
Secretary Hitchcock has leaned an Di hair shown thriiisrlv«« In (one on
feared three weeks ago. when a an iden "ffeet of the consideration of various
order prulilliitlng aheap on the Baker various occMiuna, afterward quickly sued must I m * covered rouble for rouble.
In the Mate l*ank there are, In round ing a gallant fight amid the falling tolls for the rafting, floating and boom heavy snowfall with severe weather bills on the ealeniiar, and aie exercis
City hurst rvaerve.
figure«, $400,000,000 in gold, which buildings snd a mass of tangled wires, ing of logs, timber or lumber at the when feed was about run out, caused
The tiewspa|M*r cortr«|*oiidcnts ac- a ild |ierniit of an issue of $550,000,- but their efforts at midnight seemed to rate of 30 cents per thousand feet. apprehension that hundreds of good ing their ingenuity to keep them in the
The river and harlxrr bill was amend-
el by the seliatc So a* to authorize the etcwlltcsl to the Russian forces liace left (too m | a|a*r, but lhe ps|*er issue at I m * fruitless.
Under the terms of the lease the lessee cattle would be loet. Snow is now out
There are some features of the sun
for Mukden They bind themselves pr<x nt '»illy amounts to $350,000,000.
•tirvvy of Coes and Tillamook l»aye.
is to secure the necessary right-of-way of the lower bills sufficiently to allow dry civil bill which will cause discus
nut to divulge new* respec ting the re-
from owners of property along the grazing, and no more will probably die. sion, and it is believed it will occupy
All sorts of figures of the coat of the
Ths «scretsry of the interior has tern •nits of engagement», or give any in
FOR RAILROAD TO ALASKA.
course of the stream, and he gives a As it was, it is said 200 or 300 head, two days. The pension bill usually
porarily willidrawn JB0.000 acres of formation which may awaken public •ar are printed abroad. The corres-
|>ondent <>f the AaMM-iated Press is au Victoria Endorses Project Which Will o nd in the sum of $2,000 to hold the principally old cattle or those in poorer goes through without debate, but it is
land adjoining the Y'akima Indian res- uneasitiraa.
county of Clatsop harmless of any and condition, will cover the loss in the probable there will be quite a little dis
thoritatively informed that the daily
Take Trade From Seattle.
The Ituasian« have issued placards eX|a*nnr« are averaging $750,000, and it
all damages occasioned to any person mountain section.
cussion on the pending bill.
The secretary of the interiot han set In Chinese explaining away the Jap is estimated that a yeai’s expenditure
Victoria, IL C., April 20.—John or to proprety by the use of the stream
If opportunity is offered, Senator
aside $2,600,000 for the construction «near victories, detailing Russian sue for U m war will total $250,000,000. Cain, of Port Angeles, Wash., ad for floating logs. The county reserves
Hansbrough will endeavor to obtain
Young Trout at Clackamas Hatchery.
ol the Minidoka irrigation system in ceases,
Russian To meet this there existed a free bal dressed a crowded meeting here last the right to annul the lease without
Oregon City—In the last three months consideration of the Indian agreement
Southern Idaho, and has directed that strength, and prophesying victory lor ance of $50,000,000 by reductions in night on the propined scheme to build notice, should any of its provisions be
the government hatchery at Oregon bills. Senator Fairbanks also stands
adverttaementa for the work l*e i«su».| Russia. The ITiineoe arc not misled, the ordinary budgets, leaving ostensibly a railroad from the south to the north violated.
City has received 500,000 trout eggs ready to seize the first chance that offers
immwllately, bide to be <q*en«l June but still Iwllexe the Japanese will con $115,000,000. But a portion of the end of Vancouver island, connecting
from other government stations located to press his bill for a new executive
quer in Manchuria.
Grand Rond* Drive Starts.
latter is made up by the increased earn with the Port Angeles line by r ferry
at Northville, Mich.; Manchester, la, building in Washington.
ings of the railroads owned by the gov
I.a Grande—The logra on the Grand and Leadville, Colo. The eggs, which
Another l>atlle is reported raging at
Rt »51* HOI l>S IT BACK
ernment. It being in reality a ques Alaska at the north end by swift ferry Ronde river at Perry have legun to include the Ijtke, Rainbow and Eastern
BUQ EATS UP WHARF PILING.
tion of bookkeeping, how the balance
move. The monster drive haa started
Hecrrtary Shaw aays lie will not In* a Estent of Dissalerà to Her Arm* Can- is I» I m * rax-1 has not yet ta*en determ building within 60 days after th< ir aul>- from the headwaters of the stream te brook varieties, have all hatched out
and will be planted in the mountain Resembles Water Flea and Works at
sidy is settled and complete it within ward the mills at Perry.
candidate tor vic's president.
not Be Sent Out.
The Grand streams of this state by July 1. These
Edge of Water.
Ronde Lumber company will drive are the same varieties that have been
The Issly of Admiral Makarofl lias
Paris, April 2?.—The Yinkow corres
The proposed line will cost *9,000,- about 16,000,000 feet of log«
ALL RETIRE AT SEVENTY YEARS.
Hoquiam, Wash., April 20.—Com
this placed in the Oregon streams.
keen saahed ashore with a niinilwr of pondent <>f the Paris Journal says lie
000. The subsidy asked for is 5,0tM> spring. It will become necessary to
missioner E. Davis recently went to
ha* trini repeatedly to ascertain the ex
acres js*r mile and *10,000 |<er mile, 3 build railroads to the vast belts of pine
Westport and made an examination of
per cent inscribed stock of the pro lying on the head of the Grand Ronde
Secretary Hay has advised the 1906
the Civil Service.
the Westport wharf. He finds the en
vince, redeemable in 40 years. The river and Meadow creek, as it will be
exposition to prepare invitation« to sian arme, and lie ha* failed to do so
Washington, tpril 23.—The house meeting endorsed the project and de
tire piling of the wharf practically des
foreign cotintriea to participate and he heranee of the perfectly-organised Sec
Wheat—Walla Walla, 75c; bluestem, troyed by a small bug resembling a
on reform in the civil service cided to appeal to the provincial gov too costly and tedious to haul the logs
will <!l«|*atch them.
ailthorii zd Chairman Gillett to intio- ernment to take immediate action.
ing statement, he says
The piling was put in
Barlev—Feed, $13.50 per ton; rolled, but five years ago and now is ruined
The house haa passed the bill creat
"The people of France will l<e ducc- a lull providing that on June 30, The scheme is designed to capture the drive to supply the mills.
ing a state id Ariaoha and New Mexico obliged |o tie satisfied with notices 1907, i very office in the classified serv- Alaska trade from the Puget sound
and will be replaced for safety.
Flour—Valley, $3.90®4.05 per bar
ntnl«r the name of Arizona and one of market! 'official* or semi-official state ics of the I’nited States held by a |H*r- cities and San Francisco.
Hospital for Chemswa School.
Mr. Davis found the bug hard at
Oklahoma and Indian Territory under ments sent from llsrbin or .Mukden son who 1« the n over 70 years old, «hall
Salem—Congressan Binger Hermann clears, $3.85®4.10; hard wheat pat work. He cuts off the piles at low
the name ol Oklahoma.
many miles removed from the situai liecome vacant, and that thereafter such
has lieen honored by having his name ents, $4.40®4.70; graham, $3.5004; water mark, so that li-inch piling is
F«vors Offensive Tactics.
upon the new hospital build whole wheat, $4® 4.25; rye flour, $4.50. found to be within a few inches of be
<>n motion of Senator Fulton, the sen scene of war. I am close to Port office« «hall become vacant when the*
Paris, April 21.—The Figaro today
ing entirely cut off.
is to lie erected at Chemawa
ate has passed Mitchell's bill authoris Arthur, and might give the true ver incumbent Is'c'uinea 70 years old.
Oats—No. 1 white, $1.17 H® 1.20; usually is proof against insects, has no
The committee directed Mr. Gillett publishes an interview with Vice Ad Indian school this year. An inspector
ing the citizen« of Oregon, Washington sion of many incidents, the news of
terror for the bug, and he cuts this
sod California to cut and remove tim which, as published, has ta*i*n mere to report all pending bills grunting ersburg. The admiral is qoutedaa say of the department of Indian affairs has
Millatuffa—Bran, $19@20 per ton;
l»r on the public domain or mining I conjecture, but the Russians strictly pensions to civil employes of the gov ing: "I believe in offensive tactics. lM*en here and a site for the new build middlings, $25.50027; shorts, $20® faster than fir.
If well driven piling is to last but
forbid all communications of land or ernment tn the house, with the* recom It is necessary to push ahead and take ing was selected. The structure, which
and domestic purpows.
21; chop, $18; linseed, dairy food, $19. five years, it means some method must
««■a events. At the moment of sending mendation that they lie on the table; the initiative instead of letting ti e en will lie of brick, and will cost $15,000,
Hay — Timothy, $15® 16 per ton; be found to save them or an endless ex
The JapaneM* are fast preparing to thia message, grave happenings are pro also that the draft a bill reclassifying
emy keep us in a state of unrest. It is will be loctaed on the east side of the clover, $10® 11; grain, $11012; cheat, pense is certain. The insect is known
force th« Yalu.
ceeding mi the peninsula; in fad, I am the clerical setvice id the government, essential to keep him in a state of un Southern Pacific track, and north of $11012.
to scientists as the liminolae, and
It will be
Russia would make an agreement tolti that another battle is ladng fierce with a view tu providing for more ire- rest. It is necessary to invite a com the new school building.
Vegeatbles—Turnips, 80c per sack; said to be very destructive to wood
Willi Great Britain to gain an outlet to ly contestisi In the nelghhorhotHl of quent promotions in the smaller sal bat, uni take chances Any combatant known as Hermann hospital.
carrots, 80c; beets, $1; cabbage, 1\® this kind. An effort will be made
who awaits his enemy is practically at
2c; lettuce, head, 25040c per dozen; find a remedy for the pest.
Report From Penitentiary.
his enemy’s mercy. But agrgesaive
parsley, 25c; cauliflower, $1.75; celery,
Nrhlerriilcr, the Chicago carbarn
Boltlsh Sympathy Much Appreciated.
Superintendent James, of the peni- 60@90c per dozen; squash, 2c per
nous diM*s not mean imprudence."
bandit, mad« two desperate alteaipta to
Washington, April 25.—The secre
Outlook for Alaska Poor.
St. Petersburg, April 23.—While* ac
tentiary, has filed his report with the pound; cucumbers, $1.7502 per dozen;
•nd Ida life, the first neatly proving
Washington, April 20.— The delega
cepting gratefully the* world-wide ex- tary id commerce signed an order tcMlay
secretary of state covering the quarter asparagus, 8c; peas, 6v9c per pound;
Pacific Squadron Salls From Panama.
pressi,ms of sympathy which Russili rem inding tin* regulation which limits
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7®9c per pound;
’ beans, 10c; tion of influential Alaskans which has
Witi-liinjgt■ hi . April 21.—The flagship ending March 31. The principal fea rhubarb,
Th« house haa passed a bill change has received at the desili of \ ice Id- tlie duration of the salmon fishing sea
ture of the report is the financial state onions, Yellow Danvers, $202.40 per been in Washington all winter working
th« Washington custom r.(*ad<|Uarters mira) Makarofl and the* Petropavlovsk son in 8oathca«tern Alaska.
in liehalf of legislation is still hopeful
ment of the institution, which shows sack.
bom Port Townsend to Seattle, despite i dissster, the* |>a|M*rs secun cs|s*cinllv im the former regulation, rannerymen and Bennington, of the Pacific squad that the total expenses amount to $20,-
that something will be done, but its
Honey—$3®3.50 per case.
lhe protest* cd congressmen.
pressed with the syni|*athy shown by were prohibited from taking salmon Gias«, have started from Panama on 305.87. Of this amuont, 11,925.19 is
Potatoes—Fancy, $1.2001.35 per hopes are growing less strong each day.
lhe British press, several using the text I until July 1, but lhe order issued tislay their erniae to the Aleutian islands by deducted from the betterment fund. cental; common, 75c®$l; new ; pota-
___ The delegation said today that the leg
Th« foreign countries represented at ,
reniovi-H ibis restriction entirely and
islation sought was of the utmost im
ths 81. L.uia (air will I m * invited by the ( to argue on the opportuneness of the* no date is fixed. The rc«|M*al of the old the way of Honolulu. They first will There were 314 convicts in the prison toes, 3S@4c per pound; sweets, 5c per portance and necessity to Alaska, and if
decision in favor of a Russo-British
at the dose of the quarter, against 311 pound.
lovernimmt to transfer their eahibits ' treaty. The Novisky says: "A sin regulation was demanded by the can
at the close of the last quarter.
Fruits — Stiawberries, $3.75 per nothing is done at this seaaion it will
to th« hiwla an,| Clark exposition.
ana whence they will sail to the Hawaiian
cere approacliment with Great Britain netymen's sas<M*iatlon,
apples, fancy Baldwins and Spit- probably be two years before the terri
also reeotnmended by the Jordan com- islands, a distance of about 3,300 miles.
Factory May Resume Work.
zenberga, $1..5O02.5O per box; choice tory will be able to get anything into
Tli« conferenc*« committee* has elimi would gmiraritve our future develop
The next run will I m * from Honolulu
law owing to the fact that the next ses
nated from the military appropriation ment"
Pendleton—Steps are being taken to $1(31.50; cooking, 75c*$l.
to Unalaska, in the Aleutian group, a
sion of congress will be short.
Eggs—Oregon ranch, 17(318c.
hill tli« appropriation of $90,(MIO for a
get the RigbyA’love combined harvester
Will lie Under Martial Law.
Butter—Sweet cream butter, 30c per
bridge across the Spokane rivet al Spo
Skrydloff (liven Full Petaer.
manufactory and foundry on a solid
Russian Victory la Denied.
Chwang, April 25.—Viceroy
basis again. W. T Rigby, the princi pound; fancy creamery, 25c; choice
Purls, April 23.—The correspondent
Russia Only Protecting Herself.
creamery, 22> r (324 c ; dairy and store,
St. Petersburg, April 20.—The mili-
of tho Echo de Paris at St. Petersburg Alexieff has issued an important order
St. Petersburg, April 21.—The for-
tary general staff discredits the story
Senator Fulton has m*eured an says that in the rouree of the audience declaring the Yin Kow railroad station
cign office* explains that the notice Wade failure. T. J. Giesler, a Port
Butter Fat—Sweet cream, 28J$c; that the Russians attacked 12,000 I Jap-
•iMindmi'iit to tho sundry civil bill in- between tho etnperoi mid Vice Admiral mid tin* native village adjoining it to
land man, is here with the intention of
anese troops at the moment of lai nding
ersMing tho appropriation for roads in Skrydloff, his majesty confertcd upon is* within th« region under martial
organizing a stock company to operate sour cream, 26 )^c.
arr to net at Port |AW. The station is the Niu Chwang, correspondents employing wireless tele the concern.
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, 13®13Hc at Yogampho and drove them back to
• rater Ink« national park from $3,000 the admiral full pm...
.. "• . ■' ..........‘ gnil it is* terminus of the Pekin-Shan graphy is a natural measure of self pro
factured is the invention of Mr. Rigby. per pound; springs, small, 20c; hens, their ships. No affair of that sort has
Arthur in accordance with
Kai Kwan railroad and telegraph sys- tection against possible communica
13H@14c; turkeys, live,
16@17c: lieen reported by General Kouropatkin.
Th« senate Ims adopte**! an amend- ties of the moment. The rumor that te.n. Tin* order also establishes a ci*n- tion with the enemy. It would I m * pos
dressed, 18(R20c; ducks, *8(39 per doz It is reported that Viceroy Alexieff has
$10,000,000 in caali went down with
Warrants to Bear Six Per Cent.
■»ant <>f Senator Mitcholl to the emer
en; geese, live, 8c per pound.
sorship over all telegrams, the scrutiny
received formal orders that the fleet
I a Grande—The county court of
Wify appropriation bill by which tho the battleship I'etropnvlmsk, theeorre- of papers mid inspection of baggage. It ents using wireless telegraphy to com
Cheese—Full cream, twins, 12013c; must not leave Port Arthur before the
npondent also says, is declared to bo
municate with the enemy. If an ac Union county has cancel let! $27,000 of Young America, 14(315c.
■eiutor expects to have $100,000 al
arrival of the new commander, Admiral
will go into effect tomorrow.
tual case* should arise*, however, it will county warrants, and the list included
lotted for continuing tlm improvement unfounded.
Hops—1903 crop, 23® 25c per pound. Skrydloff.
all warrants that were bearing 8 per
*l the mouth of tho Columbia river.
Wool—Valley, 16®17c; Eastern Ore
Kouropatkin Walts tor More Troops.
Washington, April 25.—Protection
cent interest. Hereafter the interest gon, 12014c; mohair, 300 31c per
Japanese Ship Reported Sunk.
The Grand Rondo valley Is a vast
Parle, April 23.—The St. Petersburg to the water supply of the city of Port
Dentei She Has a Submarine Boat.
charge on county warants will be but 6 pound for choice.
Petersburg, April 20.—A dig
toks nod thousands of actes of wheat correspondent of tho Journal says land «a" provided by the house today
London, April 21.—Captain Kabachi per cent. Much of the time of the
Beef—Dressed, 5(37 Jtfc per pound.
patch from Port Arthur says several eye
friend of General Kouropatkin has re when it passed a bill prohibiting tres the new Japanese attache, who han ar court was devoted to road and school
Mutton—Dressed, 6(87 Sc i>er pound; witnesses assert that a Japanese cruiser
ceived a letter from him in which the passing on (he Hull Run forest reserve. rived in Ixindon from Japan, dentea district matters, and at thia session the spring lambs, 8c.
was lost outside Port Arthur during th*
Iho Russian press regards the Aulo- general says he intends to await the ar The maximum penalty for trespassing positively that there are any sub list of judges and clerks of election was
Veal—Dressed, 6S©7Sc per pound. last bombardment by striking one of its
t ranch treaty ns a hard blow to Ger rival of another 100,(MIO men before was reduced to $500.
j marine vessels in the Japanese navy.
Pork--Dressed, 7,St08c per pound.
own floating mines.
risking n battle with tho Japanese.
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