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KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON,
EVENTS 0E THE DAY
P amsl *.
H oum l»«PUM. .1 Thl. .nit Many oth.
8ArMI'RED I-IOM ALL PARTS Of’ THE
UHINA blfSIkHS TO Bl! NELlWAL.
Diplomat Says Only Danger Lies
Prleata Stirring Up a Revolt.
MAY 5, 1WU.
RAIN CAUSES KANSAS FLOOD.
Rescuos From Homas Surrounded
HAPPENINGS HERE IN OREGON
Washington, Aprii J«._Wh»n thè ENTIRE
BUSINESS PORTION IS DES-
J’aria, April 28,—Mr. Ou, first secre
rnet al 10 o’< |«a k Una mornmg
Fort Hcott, Kan., April 27.—Fort
TkOYED BY FIRE.
tary of the Chinese legation here, in an
otily a few menibsre were preeent |n
Scott is experiencing the moet serious
interview on the danger of China living
cliide«l anrong Ibe nuinl*r were iMIzell
flood in its history. Marmatong river
KnCMJL MONEY LENT.
ORl.UON CREAM STANDS TEST.
taaiprehouxlva Review ef U>o I«perl
ami C’Kkran, e«. f> Q( «bum »«m jh tli, Water Supply Inadequate and Flamrs drawn into the Russian-Japanese war,
and Mill creek, which runs into the
ant Happening» el Ike Fast Week, M«at.
said General Ma was not a very import Four Million Dollars Are No# Drawing
Condensed Product Adapted to Oriental former stream here, have risen ten feet
Bum Ih.mMlvea Out - Less Will
I'rcMBted In Condensed Form. Moat
Hciuenway (fud.) «alle.1 up thè <«,„.
ant jiersonage, and had never lieen com
in the past 24 hours, the result of
Interest at 6 Per Cent.
and Alaskan Us«.
heavy rains. Several hundreds of per
likely to Prove Internal lag to Our fer.-m-« rep.irt oa tb< |eiieral «le, ifi,.,„ y I
mander to chief. He is in command of
Hillsboro—The directors of the Ore
H.avy Insurance la Generally Car
I h» report wa» unanimoualy
the regular troops in the province of *4,000,000 of school funds drawing in gon Condensed Milk company, of * this sons have lieen rescued in boats. As
adopted, and ih., bona» (ben pr...e.|M|
far aa known tonight no lives have been
ried on Building, and Mocks.
Pechili under the viceroy of Tien Tain, terest at an average of 6 per cent. This city, ami who manufacture the Oregon lost. The estimated loss in livestock
to tho < "iialdaratlun «,f U,« «„ni. r.-n,,-
who would incur the death penalty, if is the largest sum the state ever hail Grape brand of evaporated cream, have drowned and property damaged Is
(Tiilc and Forti are said to bv on Uta rep'Ht <m Ih«' sundiy <-|vU appropria
drawing interest and it represents the received word from the Kelly-Clark »100,000.
Ori a yea and nay vote
vergo of war.
acted without the dirix-t orders of
h. ( ., i|„. prim quii croi liiinilig town
limit of the irreducible hc I kx »I fund, for company, exporters of evaporated
wm adopted, 138 1«,
The two streams tx-gan to rise at 10
MasaAchilX'tte bn* appropriated *16,-
"i ti» 4 row'« N.-at I' um district, wax
a number of years hence, at least. The ci earns to Ala-ka and the Orient, that o’clock last night and today the city
Ovvralreet (fud) cslled up tl>«.
retary saiii, was determined to maintain revenue from this fund will be about
000 for th* H'06 fair.
' the recent test by the Holman refriger- was divided into three aectiona and al
ferenro re|M«rt on »he jH-toiti, » appro- j practically wi]x»l out, so far a» its bus- neutrality.
Moreover, General Ma
A Japaiica« squadron has I mwii sight priation bill and explain««) it »«■ » Ute»« ilitrn-stx un- concern««l by fire at hud not over 15,000 troops, which *240,000 per year, ami from this the ' ator company, subj«x ting this cream to most completely isolated.
ex|teiiM-s of running the state land de-
heat and cold, has been veiy Mill creek runs into the Marmatong
ed mar Vladlvrotok.
e<>inplete agreement ol Ilio eunfel.-e. '•»'arly hour thia morning. The en there was no reason to supp-xie were ill partmnet must b« paid, amounting to extreme
river, northeast of the eity, but because
It seema probable that the gold stan The reporl, >ald Mixx, (Tenn ) thè lhK "u the Canadian Pacific railway disp'SMid toward Russia.
The cream, in cans, was subjected to of the rapid rise they formed a new
Asked point blank whether he did leas than *10,060 per year, leaving
ranking ininority tnemher of ih«- po»t
dard will la> ad'iptml by Panama.
about *230,000 to lie distributed an a beat ranging from 118 to 160 degrees, channel which cut across one end at
trai ks, wa» destroy««!.
"Ibi <■ «-oinioltte«', WS» In Ihesplrit ol
not foresee danger of complication,
Il«- Water supply was inadequate the secretary admitted the Chinese nually among the counties of the state I and several cans were frozen in a solid the city. Tonight the entire northern
The roñal c>iii>ini«si<in baa alxiut de «•«Itiiproiniao.
Ile declan«l, huwever,
cided to have tho waterway dug by con llist thè appropilatl'Xl of »45,(104) tó ■uid ixmn gave out. Tlie distrasse«! in- |*-ople were favorably disposed toward upon the basis of school population. block of ice for 10 days. After the part of the city is cut off, and part of
haluianta, after heroically struggling to the Japanese, and in this fact there The apportionment this year will lx- tests were ruade the cans were opened the city is inundated.
tha Oceanie Htramablp < ornpany tur . »r
reduced somew hat by reaxon of repay and there was no separation whatever,
Ten feet of water is rushing through
wsa a pure ► ulxlm the tlaim », worked franticslly might lie a |M«sible source of trouble. ments of interest received from pur proving that the Oregon Grape cream
Fi I'n-adient Krugar, of the Trans rylng Ilio inali
the streets in that part of the city and
If the Buddhist priests and the secret chasers of land where the title failed.
vaal. is very weak and cunqjant care la gilt, Ixxauae of the fai l that it croi ih» in the path ol the conflagration.
is excellent for Alaska and Oriental several hundred persons in what is
societies stirred up a revolt, and the
government *6 Al) <>r every potimi of
Gf this total of »4,000,000, about shipment.
The work of salvage accomplished, reta-ls attacked the Russians, the latter
known as Belltown have been forced to
mail eairh-d Io that ieland.
I be reso- there was nothing for the people to do
»3,500,000 is in the form of l"ana and
This is naturally of great interest to leave their homea. Many were taken
Ambasakdor Cassini saya of Russia Itrlion una miopi««!.
might consider the imperial govern *500,OO0 is in the foim of deferred
but fixik on while the lire ate itself ment responsible.
hail ex|“< ted war alio would never hate
away in boats.
The Ironin' then reaumed
payments on sales of school land. Of heavily from Oregon for export cream.
out, although effi rts were made by the
There were aeveral narrow escapes
"If we should be treated as belliger the Irons, »3,250,004) is out on real es
lion of the bill requiring th
The Hillsboro factory is the largest
volunteir fire brigade which rosulted
Herieiis chargea have lawn filed ment of veaarla al the United HtatM (ór Hi finally extinguishing the llaiues ents," said the secretary, "we should tate mortgage securities paying 6 perl west of the Mississippi river, and was from drowning. Late today an aged
Igamst HiiJ>erll>teii>lvii! I’uttcr, of ilio the tranaportatlon of supplies lor the when they had <jit«l down sufficiently be obliged to defend ourselves. That cent interest. The other *250,000 is the first establish««! in Oregon, and couple named Lemore, living north of
the city near the river, were rescued in
would be the only event in which we
aruiy and navy.
Chem»** indiati schm A.
• i.ai.'S • d by 111'- lin- lighting up- wonhl make common cause with Jap invested to school district bonds bear this recent test establishes the manu- boats. They were completely hemmed
ft was 6 16. and the house adjourned parata» at hand.
The in tiilor Wyoming ami tor|>*do until V o'cha k tonight.
in. Rescuers were out all day under
due on rales of land is drawing
_____ I cessful and permanent enterprise.
Th» I«.»« i, thia afternoon estimate«)
b<>st «fe-troyero Preble and Paul Jotera
the direction of Fire Chief Ausman,
W lien the house m <m*ene«l, Burton at »*
at 6 and 7 |>er cent. An average rate
11- » nun h of that
• ill call at Portland <N* their way (O.) prrm-nted the i-onferetice report
Mayor Congdon and Chief of Police
SLBMAMINE BOATS IN ACTION.
of interest on the whole »4,000,000, is
«mount will fell as a loss is not yet
Mendenhall, and they succeeded in sav
Warehouses are Nearly Empty.
on the emergriKV river and harfex known, hut it is asserted that the
6 per cent.
Pendleton—About a quarter of a mil ing thousands of dollars’ worth of prop
Russia has nearly completed atiange bill. It wax mlopted without debate.
merchants w<-re fairly well iiisur««i,
gints fur a Irmeli l<«n u! * 160,04)0.■
Tl»e »flipping bill aa» again taken am! that as a < "iiM«|uence tho insurance
ury containetl *725,000 of idle money ' lion bushels of last year’s wheat crop erty as well as the hundreds of inhabi
tlons to Port Arthur.
tanta of that district.
poO (<>r Hite« yoars one which 6 per up, and lucking (Mich.) «(flervl two companies will lose heavily.
’—1. There was then in this county remains unsold, and
St. Petersburg, April 28.—A dis- in the school fund.
Many who refused to leave Belltown
goat Interest will Im paid. The gov- aiiirndinriita to the bill, on« providing I Ferale is a town of 3,604) to 4,000
little prospect that this money would
will still have to be taken away in
artimoni will establish a crolHig sa that no greater charge »hall Im made inhabitants, the population lieing to a patch from Port Arthur says:-
»oun be put out at interest, but several moved, leaving the Umatilla ware boats, as all avenues of escape have
"Experiments with submarine boats circumatance« have combined to create houses comparatively empty.
lion < mi the Calllurtila c.arat at Call' by leaerla teferre«i to In the bill for the larg« extent i"iiq"»x«l of coal miners
wheat still held is principally in small now been cut off.
lrana|«,rtalion of auppliea of Hie army ami th'*- dependent upon that indus here have Ix-en attended with brilliant a demand for the school funds.
»tinta City, Marin countv.
The gas works is three feet under
It will lie the policy of the board to lots, 10,000 to 15,000 bushels being water and has closed down. The en
Grand thike Cyril is on ilia way to ami uavy than are lumie by such vee try.
aria for like go«ta of private parile» or
The head offices of the Crow’s Neat
"All is quiet in the region of the favor Binall borrowers, as the money of crops already partly sold. The gine and pumps at the water station
com|>ariha, ami the other restricting I’a»» crai c'inpany are locabil at fortress."
will Ixmefit more people in this way.
market is quite inactive, quotations are 20 feet under water. The South
Rimin* have suffered disastrous to- the lraau»p<>rtatioii to alii|M manned by Fertile, and the company is a heavy
The entrance into serviro ot four sub In all the loans that have been made being made only on request. From 65 western Wholesale Grocery company’s
ptllnr on tho Y alti.
Atucr han sailors aa agalnet those loser.
marine boats at Port Arthur means the
to 66 cents has lieen the ruling price on warehouse is flooded and the water has
Congir«« has adjourned. The house marni««! by Mongolians. The amend
addition of a new and formidable ■only gilt edge security, and it is believ- club for several days.
reached the office. The wholesale dis
tornir rivi H peaker Canmui a groat ora ments of 1 in k trig Were diaagrred to,
weapon for the defense of the strong ed there is not a Iron outstanding that
trict is completely surrounded and mer
flOHT I Ok F Aik GOLD ENDS.
bold. Ttie dispatch of the boats in sec
chants are removing their stocks of
Fair Has the Funds.
, should bring about a decline in real
the bill, tl.e Ih-mirrata forced a roll-
goods. All the railroads are tied up,
The alh-gc«l attempts to blow up Rua- call on the a«loptio»i of the previous Heirs ot th* Widow W ill Receive In the tions over the railroad have been estate values.
Portland—An official document at bridges being threatened and tracks
shrouded in secrecy, and even today
Neighborhood ot »77S.OOO.
Man aaiahipa at Nevcaky la reported quest bm.
testing that the Lewis and Clark expo covered.
many in St. Petersburg are inclined to
sition has *600,004) available funds has
to to lai**-
New Y'xk, May 2.—It has just been doubt the report by officials of their
The previixis qucetlon »»• ordered
Incorporrtlon Articles Filed.
Washouts are reported in all direc
been dispatched to Washington. The
A taia-in at a táponiab mine rraiillcd l>y a strict party voir and the houar 1 learned that the terms of final settle presence at Port Arthur, or to accept
tions. In the low farming land the
in many minora being buried. Fifty
the information as trustworthy.
were filed in the office of Secretary of President H. W. Scott and Secretary water is from five to ten leet deep and
| heirs of Mrs. Charles L. Fair will en
borili« have already been rwroverv-l.
An effort now to close or blo«kade State Dunbar last week as follows:
much stock has been drowned and
Henry Reed, is required by a provi
tail a total payment to the Nelsons, of Port Arthur »ill be too dangerous, it is
WILL I XAHINf! ALASKA I ORl.STS.
Plaindealer Publishing company, sion of the appropriation bill, and must heavy damage to property caused. It
plans for leaning uroney orders by
Sew Jersey, reprewnting Mrs. Fair, of thought, for Vice Admiral Togo to at Roseburg, *6,000.
is estimated that 300 persons are home
bank« have Iwen a<loptot| by tho execu
be preeente«l to the treasury department
nearly *775,000 exclusive of personal tempt. The defenders of the port will
Northwest Viavi company, Portland, before the *450,000 covered by the gov less.
tive < "Uiirll of the American Banken»'
property «•»timate<i to Iw worth *50, ‘ lie able to guard against Japanese sub *20,000.
Kbould Ite Create«
ernment’s appropriation may
000 or *60,004).
marine vessels enteiing the harlxir and
Upton Gold Mining company, Port- touched.
SOLDIER KILLED IN WRECK.
Washington, Aprii 30 — W. A. Ixing-
It 1» understixai that the Nelsons attacking the Russian ships at anchor. land, *5,000.
The Russian fnreign "fllre has iaauod
a circulât to reprraonatlvre abrrod.
W. W. Telephone company, Wil-
Division of Wade Property.
West Bound Santa Fe Trala ColUdaa
declaring that Russia will tiol accept ralry lift (or Alaska hxlay, oliere he compromise for their «Maims and that
TO CUT OFF RUSSIAN SQUADRON.
With a Light Engine.
mr'liatioii to terminate tho war, which
Enterprise-Imnaha Telephone com-
C. B. Wade’s portion of the Wade
Loa Angeles, Cal., April 27.—A west
the circular declarva was formi on her. exaiiilning land- t<> determino thè ad- etidcl Besides this sum, they event Japanese Ships Paas Kobe. Undoubted!) «any, Enterprise, *2,500.
blooded herd has lieen filed with Ref
vlsablllty of crealing addilional forcai ually will re«viveapproximately *100,-
Hood River Baseball club, Hood Riv eree in Bankruptcy Fitzgerald. The bound special train carrying several
Making tor Oeoaan.
Two hitndre«! Japan«** wont down ri -crvra. Aironi two yrara ago a forcai 000 additional.
carlrods of soldiers bound for the pre
As they r««'eive<l
with the transport sunk by tho Itilo- rrwrrve »«■ creatrd to enibody ni'et of »425,000 on September 19, their total
proceeds of Wade’s interest amount to sidio, Ban Francisco, was wrecked st
Chicago, April 28.—A special cable
stano rather than surrm<ler. Tho csar thè ialanda ■>( thè Alexander arrhipela- I inheritance will amount to nearly to the Daily News from Kobe says:
This brings the total Hartoum Station, the first station west
la re|'"tt--l to I* Indignant Itecaust
amount derived from the sale of per af Needles, Cal, on the Santa Fe rail
go It ha» »toce Iwvn reportagi lo thè »776,000.
"Under full steam a strong squadron
Finis Irrigation company, Milton, sonal property up to »18,581.28, which road. One soldier, James M. Bowets,
rotnmaiider sent the ship down
govcrninrnt tliat olhrr ialanda in thè
According to the same authority, the
the men on lx>ar<l.
is over *3,000 above the appraised val was killed and about a dozen injured.
group and pari of Die niamland «houli! Janies G. Fair millions will lie dis of Japanese armored cruisers were ob
Ashland Improvement company, ue. The first dividends will be declared
According to the meagre information
tributed L gether with the Charles Fair served this morning, making their way Ashland, *15,000.
Ihe Japanese have crossed the Valu be add««l to thi» teaarve.
in behalf of creditors this week.
obtainable in this eity tonight the
laingvlllc'a early work will Ite con- estate in Han Francisco within two northward in the Japanese sea. It is
wieck occurred sometime during the
tlniul to Ibis teglia, and un hi» reperì WK-ks. Mrs. Oelrichs will leave for believed that the vessels sre on their
President bail«!, of France, WAI thè da pari meni will determina whether San Francisco thia w««ik to join het way to attempt to cut off the Russian land, *20,000.
afternoon Sunday and was caused by
Lytle Electric Light A Water com
warmly received in Tlaly.
thè Alexander tote»! r«-»rrre «hall l>c sister, Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr., squadron that appeart-d off Gensan, on pany, Lytle CrooF county, *10,000.
Alba—Members of the co-operative the colliding of a light engine east
coiony, which holds 15 or 20 home bound with the troop train.
Tbs military at Telluride, Colo , has enlarged. latrr in the araaon he will
By tile is feared, however, that, as the czar's pany, Baker City, *10,000-
prtras-d to Norton sound, wliere, on «■ceded to the Pacific coast.
steads and which was originally com gine had helped a train over a heavy
de|xirte<i ÎV more Milners.
grade just west of Needles, and was re
Augviat 6, laat, thè »ecrvtary of thè in terms ■>( the settlement, it is said, Mrs. cruisers are sti|>erior in ape««! to those
Bltxlgett companv, limited, Grand posed ef Umatilla county teachers, are
TI m - Oregon building at the Hl. Isttiis terior tem|H>rarily withdrew ahout 6,- Vanderbilt and Mrs. Oelrichs will re of the mikado, they may escape in safe
turning to that point, presumably with
Rapids, Mich., *3,000,000.
fair will lie reatly for ircupancy May 1. IMM) aapiare Bile», will» a virw to creai- ceive »2,4)00,000 each from the «■stat«' ty to the shelter of Vladivostok.
The colonists have their united hold out the knowledge of the special troop
"It is also stated that the Japanese
They w ill at the
ings leased to cattlemen.
Most of train.
Fire to lx>n<lon » w bolees le district ing a |>rriiwuietit rv-erve The govern- I .if their brother.
SALMON CREW VERY SLOWLY.
them will reside on their filings this
destroyed *560,0011 worth of priqwrty. toent liaa now no definite or reliable in- same tun«' rweiv«' some *8,t)00,IM)0 ax have succeed««! in luring the Russians
their poitiow of the James G. Fair es from the protection of the Vladivostok
Carnival at Portland.
King Kdwanl has mail* no |e-ace formation a» to tliia traci, and i» unad- tate, which would have gone to their guns, and that there is another Japan Experiment with Small Fry In the Big
The Federated Trades Council, repre
pru|muls to Russia, aa iiaa Iwen re vierd aa to Irow
ese squadron tietween them and their
senting 75 labor unions, and the Lewis
foreetry purp'aw». Ijtngvill« 'lues not brother, Charles, who was killed to
Astoria — During September, 1902,
and Clark Farternal Building associa
ri|«vt to return to Washington until getlier with his wife automcbiling in retreat, but thes«> are mere rumors.”
Fish Warden Van Dusen secured a
Russian authorities say the crossing Itoceli! ber.
tion, comprising 34 fraternal societies,
Wheat—Walla Walla, 73®74c; blue have arranged to hold a mardi gru and
Amending the Patent Laws.
nunil>er of small salmon that had been
of the Yslu by Ja|«neac la no Import
INDIAN LANDS WILL BE SOLD.
Washington, April 28.— Favorable kept in fresh water for several months stem, 81c; valley, 81@83c.
carnival in Portland June 28 to Jnly
I row»» os Utah Woman.
Barley—Feed, *13.50 per ton; rolled, 12 inclusive. It is intended to make
reports were authorised today by the and plac««l them in the Astoria reser
Another unsiiccroeful attempt has
Salt Lak.-i ItJ, April
Recently the reservoir was *24.50025,
oooMvrlt Sign* Bill for Disposal ol house committee on patents on the voir.
this affair the largest and most com
lieen made to assassinalo Premier G. Coulter, , u! i - ig.lixi,
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Flour—Valley, *3.9004.05 per bar plete ever attempted on the Pacific
Mann bill amending the patent laws emptie«! for the purpose of cleaning it
Grand Rondc Tracts.
a Gentile, will nul Ix'
Maurs, of Spain.
and the fish were taken out by Deputy rel; hard wheat straights, *404.25;
A spectacle employing 300
Washington, May 2.—One of the last by authorizing the issuance of patents Webster. The largest of the fish was clears, *3.8504.10; hard wheat pat coast.
allowed to make an addre»» at the bi
on the formulae of proprietary remedies
The Vla<liv«M»tok sqnadron la reported
people will be one of the chief attrac
to have sunk four Ja|>ane»e transports ennial convention of the National F«sl- that authorizing the sale of 25,791 instead of on the manufactured article, only abctit 15 inches in length, show ents, *4.4004.70; graham, *3.500 4; tions of the amusement features, as well
elation of Women's clubs in St. louis
and the Tawney bill requiring affidav ing conclusively that the salmon need whole wheat, *404 25; rye flour, *4.50. as a circus, baloon ascensions, etc.
convoying 4,000 men.
May 17 next, because she vote«! •«* acres of unalloteii lands on the Grand its to be filed with copyright applica salt water to develop them.
Oats—No. 1 white, *1 17H@1.20; The management has promised that ths
Ths New York Central's railroad Hniixit while a member of the last leg Ronde Indian reservation. Under tlx'
The effect of this experiment will be gray, *1.12S@L15 per cental.
entire two weeks will be fall of special
•bop« at Altlany, N. Y., were destroyed, islature. Mrs Anna D. Nash, of Bos terms of the bill these lands will bead for the publication was set. No copy to overthrow the theory that the salmon
Millstuff a— Bran. *19020 per ton; ties and one cannot go once and see it
entailing a loan of *260,000.
ton cliairinan of the domestic w irnce
fry should be kept in fresh watei as middlings, *25.500 27; shorts, *20021; all. There w ill be a monster Fourth
lheiefor will 1» rmcived l>y the secte- right is to l>e issued on w.orks not long as possible before lieing turned out chop, *18; linseed, dairy food, *19.
The se tiste has passet I bills giving department of the federation, the sub-
of July parade, also an illuminated pa
tary of the interior. No bids will lie for a misstatement in the affidavit is and permitted to make their way to sea.
Hay—Timothy, *15016 per ton; rade on the night of July 2. Reduced
Portlsud an asiuy office ami dividing j««-t on which it is asserted Mr». Coul
ter was to speak, »ays repeated requet»
clover, *10011; grain, *11012; cheat, rates have been secured on all transpor
tixed at *1,000.
Oregon into two judicial districts.
of all bids received shall equal
have Ix'en made by Mrs. (cultera amoi iunt
Planting of Sugar Beets.
tation lines running into Portland.
8t. louis has lieen wained to ex|x>ct friends, asking that she lx> invited <"
Vegetables—Turnips, 80c per sack;
carrots, 80c; beets, *1; parsnips, *1;
make an a«l<lrrae, but on ariount of the I«- paid to the Grand Rondo Indians on
Irrigation Investigation at Yakima.
Tokio, Aril 27.—Japanese companies supei intendent of the I J» Grande sugar cabbage, 2Sc; red cabbage, 2c; lettuce,
Thn house has pass«*) the bill giv general oppimition of club memfe'is "I a pro rata I mxhís .
factory, staets that the present proa-
head, 250 40c per doz; parsley, 25c;
Utah, based on Mrs. Coulter’s support
ing Alaska a delegate.
sea, and the gulf of I’echili are cancel pects for a large acreage of sugar l*ete cauliflower, *2 per box; celery,650 75c Engineer T. A. Noble, of the reclama
Russians Moving on Wonsan.
of Hmout, the request lias lieen refused.
are very flattering.
The total beet
Paris, May 2.—The Temps’ corree- ling their engagements to call at points
per doz; squash, 2c per pound; cucum tion service, at Spokane, Wash, has
Kouropatkin la to lx» matte corn-
beyond Chemulpo, Corea, liecanse of acteage last year was 1,800 acres, and bers, *1.75 per dex; asparagus, 70 been instreuted to proceed to make the
maii'lt'f of land and sea forcea in the
To War! 4Wf Hooey Flurry.
the mechanical contact mines which this year 2,800 acres are assured. The
necessary investigations at the earliest
Paris, Apiil 30.—Home of the most as follows: A Russian column is about are known to be adrift on the high company itself is seeiling 1,800 acres BHc; j'eas, 55x06c per pound; rhu possible date concerning the develop
ment of the Yakima valley, to ascertain
A dispatch from Port Arthur denies important details of the payment of anese garrison has fortified itself. The seas. These mines drifted away from this year. Experiments are also l>eing low Danvers, *202.50 per sack.
whether the opportunities for irrigation
that 2i),oni) Japanese tr<«>pa have land- *40.000,000 to the I’anama Canal com- Vladivostok tle.-t supports the move l’ort Arthur and Port Dalny, and con made in several sections of Umatilla
Honey—*303.50 per case.
pany for the canal comession are »till ment of the Russians. Some skirmishes stitute a serious menace to navigation. county in the matter of growing sugar
works there are of such a character aa
«I st Dalny.
open. This is «hie •<» «'«
lo have «»-ciirred on the right bank of the It is known that many mines have l>een b»>ets. Seeding is in progress in every cental; common, 75c0*l; new pota to warrant the beginning of a large
The foreign military obarrveis as effect th<> payment without causing »
detached from their moorings by storms section of the county, although foot toes, 3S04c per pound; sweets, 5c.
government work in this city. The in
signed to Japan’s first army in Corea distilrbanec of the French market. Vain resulting favorably to the Rus- and currents and several have been de hill ranchers are a little behind.
vestigation will be for the purpose
sians' Thus iar only the advance
have Ixxui orduretl to leave for the Home of Hie leading financial institu
guard of tho Japanese has crossed th«' stroyed.
crate; apples, fancy Baldwins and largely of securing a better knowledge
tions. report that the sudden dumping river but the passage of the entire
School Loans Approved.
Rpitzenl>erg», *1.500 2.50 per box; of the physical conditions of this region.
of *40,04)4),000 on the French maraet
Eight-Hour Bill nay Oo Over.
Salem—The state land board has ap choice, *101.50; cooking, 75c0*l.
The powers are expected to back may can»«' a disturbance. Therefore, Japanese army >» imminent.
Cleaning Up to ASJoars.
Washington, April 28.—The senate proved applications for loans from the
Eggs—Oregon ranch, 18019c.
Russia in declaring the use of wireless it Ims oeen considered sdvisa de to
April 27.—The time of
telegraphy constitutes espionage. The make the payment so far aa posaib e >.
These are the applications that were
Uiriti’d Htnte» alone I» expected to make
Phoenix, Ariz, May 2.—News from n vote of 4 to 3, today decided to post pending when it was announced recent 27He per pound; fancy creamery, the senate will be devoted wholly to
trad«« bank balanees.
Yuma reiiched here tonight that an at pone action on th« eight-hour bill until ly that the idle surplus will soon be 224c; choice creamery, 200 21c; dairy clearing the calendar preparatory to ad
journment, which moat senators still
tempted prison break occtirnxl at the next December. There were two mem placed out at interest. Even when the and store, nominal.
Ruaa'a Propose» to Be Conaulted-
Butter Fat—Sweet cream, 26c; sour say will occur during the present week.
The tomb of the famous Livingston
territorial |>rto>n at that place. Sup- ber» of the committee abaent, and they suiplus has been lent,there will be funds
Ht. Petersburg, April 30.—It w»’| «rintendent Wilson Griffith was »»veil will lie permitted to record their voter.
There remains only one appiopriation
family, near Now York, was broken
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, 130134c bill to be passed by the senate, that for
into and the Ixaliea of several roinovod, learmxl Daisy that Rusias proposes < from death by a Hie term.r. Assist- Friend» of the bill believe that when available from time to time as those who
have borrowed in the past make repay per pound; springs, small, 20c; hens, the military academy. A number of
while the bones of others wete scat- ba considered in connection with 1
ant Huperiiitcm'ent W ihler was stabbe.1 the absentees have voted the result will
disposition of Egyptian funds, • espi and l'»dlv iH’ntcn. Five convicts »ere lie changed and the bill may lie favor ment or purchasers of school land pay 134©14c; turkeys, live, 16017c; the supply bills are still in the confer
terad over the floor.
their annual installments.
dressed, 18020c; dusks, *809 per ence, however, and it is expected there
’s withdrawal of her »
Rt tbbc<l ami «hot, one fata ly but none ably reported at thia session, although
Ths Vladivostok squadron has sunk France
will be more or less discussion of con
dozen; geese, live, 8c per pound.
to their use by Great Britain, in 11 , -..».»«I The revolt was led by Wil- they express no hope of passing it.
• «mall Japanese steamer at Geiisan.
Canners to Use Oil tor Fuel.
Cheese—Full cream, twins, 12013c; ference reports.
n.M-th.n with the Anglo-Fiench agr • lism M. Ustannsn, leader of the labor
Russia to Buy Mors Warships.
Astoria—Several of the canners and Young America, 14015c.
The Japanese are landing much ma- ment. The attitude of Ruasia »b^'1 riots at Morenci Inst y««n__
Improvements at Puget Sound Yards,
Hops—1903 crop, 230 25c per pound.
storage men have decide«) to tine
ferial ami other supnlles and preparing on the fact that nhe in one o
Woo) — Valley, 16017c; Eastern
Washington, April 27.—Bids have
fe bail«! bridges in tho neighborhood of powers which originally
Contracts have been Oregon, 10012,4c; mohair, 30032c been opened at the navy department for
tiaoYang. May 2-The delay of ble to verify, the sum of 105,000,000 their plants.
make gtsxl the deficit in the g.
a steel storage bnliding at the Puget
thforward movement of the Japanese rubles has been appropriated by Rus made fol oil at 00 cents a barrel, with per pound for choice.
The house has paaaod tho senate bill administration.
Beef—Dressed, 5074c per pound.
the guarantee that 2 4 barrels of oil
sound navy yard, the lowest bidder be
ptoviding that when tho Unite«! Htates
Mutton—Dressed, 6074c per pound; ing the 8t. Psul Foundry company,
Commander of Black Sea Fleet-
' „„Iiv nevere weather. It is rumored boats in France, two Argentine cruisers will equal a cord of the best fir wood.
fliatrict judge of ths district of Oregon
130,730, and for a bostshop at the
a there is considerable suffering and two German transports. The two As the latter now sells at *4.25 per spring lambs, 8c.
Hl. Petersburg, April 30. ^'*r,r .
’ "bsent or unable to hold court, the
Puget sound yard, the lowest bidder
German transports have already ar rord, the change will effect qnite a sav
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..mti mlral Korssaaon, »m u"-"
being T. Ryan, Seattle, *165.000,
Mid perform other duties of the district ang«'l, has been appoint««! conm
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I of the Black Hen tl«H't.