Weekly Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1900-1924, September 12, 1902, Page 1, Image 1

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    UKCKD IX 'iKJU-WKEK.LT BEOTIOKS KACH VCEHDAf AUD rBIDAY.
62d YEAR No. 28.
8EC0NO SECKON EIGHT PACi:
SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1902.
THE HEAVENS
i ARE OBSCURED
i . ' -i
Heavy Smoke f r omlForest
j Fires Covers the Sky
FORT COLUMBIA. BURNING
An Assistance Has Been
; Sent Down. from'
! Astoria ';'
CLACKAMAS COUNTY TIMBER
; AND FARMS ARE DEVASTATED
j BIO DAMAGE DONE AT NEW
J PORT AND TILLAMOOK CITT IS
I THREATENED. ' ' --: :
i ASTORIA, Or., Sept 11j The people
here ore badly scared by aiw extraor
dinary phenomenon. : The ' smoke
backed up from the coast In a solid
bank today and the setting sun. turned
the sky a yellowy green. All lights
were turned on at 3 p. ra. The captain
of the steamer Bailey Gatzert . was
compelled to use his searchlight at 11
am.. and all the way down the river.
The Oriental liner Indravelli anchored
here at 3:40, waiting for daylight.
J Fort Columbia,'. Washington, is on
Are. A steamer left here to render as
sistance. '
.' j . In Clackamas County.
1 Oregon City," Or.. Sept. 11 Late re-
.ports state that fierce forest fires are
raring In the vicinity of Springwater,
Houses, , barns and stock are 'burned,
and the country Is devastated.- Frank
- Duach'a place is in ruins, and his saw
mill burned. Many cattle have been
in the timber and burned to death.
Heavy fires are raging four miles east
of Olalla. the timber Is on nre.; and
the flames1 are approaching Russell
Brothers' saw mill. The fire between
Shuhel and Clarke's is still spreading,
end much damage la being done. Chan.
Hettman's house Is burned.; , There Is
a heavy fire In the timber less than two
, miles from Howard's -mill and a flre
f near a wood camp four miles west of
this city, burned three hundred . cords
of , wood today. There is a heavy fire
three miles north of the city going to
- wards the Willamette river. Th sky
to the north and west of the city- Is
' aglow with' the flames, which are In
creasing nouny. . . !
:- .-v. -. --'i..-- ; s -
Tillamook In Oingir. j
TILLAMOOK, Sept. 11. Forest :fires
are raging on three sides of this fCity,
ana oniy inu uiun ; -
structlOn of the errttlre town Is threat
ened. The greatest danger Is from a
fir ludt east of here, as the wind Is
t.iowina- from there directly .toward
1 the town. Nearly the entire male pop
ulation has turned out to fight the
flames, and those who remain behind
are In rt state of panic.
The Five Mile House, on the road to
ward North Yamhill, was destroyed
last nlght,: and four farm houses also
were burned." ' '
The fire is now (2:30 p. m.) within
1V4 miles of town and has completely
surrounded the reservoirs which har
bor the city's water- supply and on
whose resources the fire fighters' en
tire hopes depended. The town Is thus
totally at the.mercy of tne names., we
subsidence of the wind or a-providential
deluge bemg, about the only thing
that can possible stop the yrogrcas of
the flames. I Donaldson's blgsaw, mill
has already burned, causing a. heavy
Joss. The banks of the town have
t losed and the officers, with many oth
ers of the town'Ci&isInesa rnen are pre
, paring to remove their valuables to a
place of safety. If. one can bej found.
. ''M-V':':'4: At Newport. -Uf yS :
Newport. On. Sept. 1 Newport is
surrounded on the north and east by
a heavy brush fire. A brisk flre swept
down, on the Seal Rock resort today.
burn! ng several seaside cottages,
among them C. B. Irvine's, of Salem,
land a" bam used in connection. with It.
At Vsnceuyer.
Vancouver. Wan, wepi.
-A nura-
v. i.r .laHhlnas in this vicinity
have been burned during the past, ten
days, and bwlng to the exrtreme dry
- ... t,o r have spread to ad-
jacent timber and several r tflr
re reported burning in the vicinity of
the vicinity o!
Bells Mountain, in the Lure
borhdod. and other locall ties.
ln the Eureka Jteign-
me air.
i n unci v.... . -
k...mnv hanas over iuc '"
iiv. kaJL A conslderablo oi
pall. A
ts already reported.
n' ve 'Bt
MOP pnCKEEG' (SHOVES
Leather and Gonvao
V. ' wr CAN FIT YOU NOV-
The New York Racket
. t9 t'mma Srorc
r TRACTS FORMER PAL
.DEAD WOOD. S. D.. Spt. 1L Robert
W. Coulter pleaded guilty of assault
and robbery in the Circuit Court today,
and has been sentenced to seven years'
Imprisonment. According to bis own
statements, which hare been verified
by investigation, of the sheriff. Coulter
was formerly associated with Harry
Tracy In the hold-up business and had
Rrved a term In the Wyoming peniten
tiary for stage robbery committed near
Green f Irer. . J , i .
, BROKE NO RECORD.
SYRACUSE, N. Y Sept. 11, Patch
failed to break the world's pacing rec
ord today; Interest was Intense when
Patch reached the half mile pole In
HX, but a fair breeze blowing up the
home stretch, he lost time and finished
in 2:00Vi.
TIM3ER FIRE
. NEAR MEHAMA
i ;' .
Heavy Damage Done and the
Town Is Threat-
: ened 1 :'
THOUSANDS OP ACRES OF VALU
ABLE TIMBER IS DESTROYED
THERE AND IN THE ' ELKHORN
COUNTRY . HIGH WINDS ARE
DRIVJNO THE FLAMES ONWARD.
Reports of an alarming nature reach
ed this city from Mehama last night
to the effect that fierce iroest fires had
started and rere raging on the north,
south and east of that- town, which to
gether with a high wind blowing from
the east caused much uneasiness on
the sart of the Mehama residents
whose property Interests were threat
ened with devastation.
The Statesman's informant stated
that, during the afternoon yesterday,
flre broke out in the strip of timber
three miles south Cl Mehama and was
soon fanned into a roaring torrent of
name, wnionv-wa, ocvaiuuus
thing in Its path: that another fire had
broken' out in tlcllmber between. Silver
Creek all and Mehama, a distance
about four miles from the latter place,
which, with :a strong east wind was
eating tip hundreds, of acres of valua
ble timber and threatened to wipe out
th town If the wind did not change.
The citizens of Mehama are very much
alarmed and have; prepared to ma
vigorous fight for theff property ? and
lives, and the danger Is so apparent
that no sleen will be Indulged in by the
lnhAhita&ts of that village until the
supreme moment has passed.. .
r-oubied with this report comes: an
other which is still more alarming in
its proportion and from ft teiiabte
mure. This report Is In effect that a
tremendous fire is raging In the timber
in the vicinity of Elkhorn wnicn . nas
went over 1.000 acres of valuable tim
ber land, has destroyed the buildings
on the O. K. Jackson place, has burned
v. am tmm the Church place.
l IIC? CUV , -
which Is occupied by George Anderson,
.nA threatened destruction to the
buildings situated thereon despite the
t-r forts of the people to com
bat thm fierce fire fiend. This fire is
being urged by a heavy rale from the
west, and Is rapidly devouring every
thing ignltable In its path. -
tk. .mniM ts- so dense In Mehama
that the people are suffering greatly
from Its effect.
SWINDLERS ARRESTED
THEY WERE DEFRAUDING THE
fSXPRESa COMPANIES Ui uvf
TORK CITY.
NEW YORK. Sept. U.-Oty detec
tives have arrested three men on the
charge ft Impersonating express com-
oanv employesr It Is alleged tnat ens
prison-ra have been operating nearly a
y4ar. and have secured property valued
One of them "formerly !
. nress company. He
inv. "
Is supp
of sust
With t
.upposed to have hit upon thep.
of sustaining himself witnoi
With two partner. 'r.
plates, and proper.y v M...-- - - .
periy o. -
a shipping ...
ZlTJ'T" j-
' . 1 J awav mini
- bara)3r recog-
. owner, after they
. , - "fence." xne
Had Deen . MrlMi
5 . . . , .vi.ri inr av
iyi
.v.r mo men
nn '
Tiiem:aiii'
REPUBLICAN
CONVENTION
Session of the Utah state Or
ganization Yesterday ;
CAME NEAR CAUSHT STRIFE
Beet Sugar. Interests Opposed
to Cuban Reci
procity ;
THE- RESOLUTIONS . ENDORSING
ROOSEVELT'S RE-NOMINATION
WERE ACCEPTED WITH A
WHOOP BEVERIDGE, OF IN
DIANA, MADE A SPEECH. !
OGDEN, UUh, Sept. lL-The Repub
lican State Convention today nominat
ed. Jos. Powell, of WellsvlUe, for Con
gress; Judge W. M. McCarthy, of Sev
ier county, for Supreme Court, Justice,
and adopted a platform in which men
tion 'of Cuban reciprocity was omitted.
On this point the neet sugar interests
of. the state caused a somewhat bitter
and protracted debate In the committee
on resolutions. So strong was the feel-
4ng over this feature .-: that, had the
original program, as. regards order r
business been carried out, it is probable
that unpleasant things would have oo-
United States Senator Beveridge, of
Indiana, was scheduled to deliver a
speech this evening, marking the forr
mal opening of the .! Republican cam
paign In - Utah: ; The program . was
changed, last night to have Beveridg
speak at the close of the business ses
sion today. When the beet sugar sym
pathisers heard ofi-this thev openly
threatened to give him a.hostlle recep
tion, believing It a plan to Influence the
convention In favor of the Cuban reci
procity plank, the result blng that the
I program- was changed Beveridge speak-
i ir-a t,t....
An amendment to the platform, de
claring It to be-the sense of. the con
vention that "Preiildem ' Roofieveii oe
nominated for President In 1904 as his
own successor," was carriea wun a
whopp. The platform endorse the Na
tional platform of 1900, favors a protec
tive tariff as it now stands, favors a
National Board of Arbitration to decide
controversies between capital ana
labor, and favors the passage of iaw
providing for governmental supervision
and control of trusts.
Beveridge Spoke.
Ogden, Sept. 1L United States Sen
ator Beveridge, of Indiana, opened tne
Republican campaign in Utan tonigni,
peaking before the delegation to the
Republican State convention. oe
Senator was given close attention and
was heartily applauded.. United States
Senators Glarjk and Warren, of Wyoming.-
were also present t and spoke
briefly. T
Texas Rspublieans.
Port Worth. Tcx Sept. 11. The
RtaUi ReDubllcan Convention adjourn-
a tnniffhL Only two "nominations were
m,. for Oovernor. oeo. r. uurum
nf Palestine: and Treasurer Eugene
Nolte. . .:- .- -
Democrats Split. "
mitt a. Mont- Sept. U-r-The meeting
of the Democratic county central com-
.it tknirht resulted in a spin oe
IUI(v .
w. u, n farMI ina UIW vi
VWCVU, m 0 m
n,rk nii tne arasjgamaiea
The regularly elected chairman was det
I and the Clark and Amalgamated
I people wunwcw . , .
pendent It.
F,Afl0US TRAIN ROBBER
BERT ALFORD HAS SURRENDER
ED TO THE AUTHORITIES 1
READY FOR TRIAL.
DENVER. Col.. Sept. ll.-rA special
. .. Itf.wa from TUCtOIT. An-. mm.jm.
Bert Alford. the famous train robber
j, an rendered last nignt
' - . the united
and outuw.
"o " -", Mexloo.
TV, that he can no longer
; - wM ady t. p
. T, w. rdv to rive up and
I v. ii-ninr of the law.
A CONFEDERATE REUNION
BRINGS OUT STRONG LANGUAGE
FROM A UNITED STATES
- SENATOR. ;
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Sept. 1L United
States Senator of Arkansas. addreasiBg
the veterans at the reunion here today
k. Monreoeratea m
1 dared 'hat the Confederate old'crw
forroed greater aeta wr
Ism th-tn any other soldiers, to - the
world's history. ' . -
"If Jeff Davla was a traitor. I am a
traitor, too said the Senator. A bar
becue held thla flernoohwaa attended
by S.00O persona. 1 s -: '
, BOERS IN. HOLLAND.
wammAM. Sect. 11. The Boer
Oenerals, Botha. DeweU, and Delarey,
accompanied by tMr""""""'";
WMMifat and Relt. arrived here today
v. and were given a
hearty welcome. Replying to an ad
dress. General Delarey said they dW not
come here in the cnaracter
personaT-s, but solely to obtain aaeui-
ance wr ewum ;
' smith's OaitdnrtT emae.
gtopa Itching !calD npoa PPttoa
VZZl at-r removes all daadroS a&d
riTi ton faainar hair. Price 60c, at aU
DEPOT SAFE
WAS ROBBED
Masked Bandits Despoil Sta
tion Agent Harry Wallace
AT -NORTH POWDER, OR.
Money and Valuables Valued
at Three Hundred
- Dollars"
CARRIED AWAY BY THEM AFTER
, BINDING AND GAGGING THEIR
C VICTIM BEAUMONT. TEXAS. -OIL
FIELDS ARE ON FIRE DAMAGE
IS GREAT. . . w : :
PENDLETON, Or.. Sept. 11. Two
masked men compelled Harry Wallace,
the station agent at North Powder, te
open the depot safe and turn over
money and . valuables amounting, to
over 4300,- late Wednesday night. The
robbers then tomd and gagged Wal
lace, and left him lying on the office
floor. They made their escape travel
tng north towards Union. '
" Oil Field Burning.
Beaumont, Texas, Sept. lWThe oil
field is-on fire and there Is grave fear
that great loss will be sustained if the
field is not entirely destroyed. A nunv
f-r of huge tanks contain1 ng thourands
of barrel of petTolum have already
exploded, and other are in the direct
line of the lire, which has spread over
wide area. The ground is saturated
with oil. and there Is .ttn chat. - n
stopping the name tonight. ,
Will Net Arbitrate.
New York. fnt. 11. S. Hewitt ssld
today that be. knew positively that J.
P. MnrRsn would not Interfere with th
coal strike. 'Tie wltt also said that tht
coal operators would not aaree to ar
bitrate with John Mitchtll. but he h
lleveil -they would .jOHslder grievance
presented by their employes.
The St. Lsuls Boodlsrs.
St. Louis, Sept. 11. In a talk with an
Associated Press reporter. Circuit At
torney Folk Said today that almost
every one of the Indicted members of
the House of Delegates combine has
Offered to turn state's evidence, but
that he declined to accent more than
two or three with a promise of clem
ency. Before J. K. . Murreii return
ahd confession the members of the
combine. Folk said, were so sure of
their position that the of f era of the
t nor 1 ties to take care of the informants
were spurned. JCow the situation is
different. .
The Grand Jury held two sessions to
day. At each session a. number or
members of the council that passed tne
city lighting bill in 1889 were called on
to tell what they knew, of the transac
tions connected with such measures. , .
AMERICAN GENERALS
RIDE WITH EMPEROR WILLIAM'S
BODY GUARD IN A MAGNIFI-
CENT CHARGE.
FRANKFORT-ON-THE-ODER. Sept.
11. Major General Young and Briga
dier General Wood, and their aides,
Lieutenants McKlnley and McCoy,
charged with the cavalry led by 'Era-
oeror William today. The Americans
did not draw their sabers but rode with
the guards du corps, one ot tne House
hold regiments, and the Emperor's
body guard. This charge was the cli
max of the maneuvers..
WILSON HUT DEAD.
NEWPORT NEWS. Va.. Sept. 10.
Wilson Huy, who supervised the con
struction of the Confederate ram Mer-
rlmac. is dead at his home In Hampton,
aged s. .,- - ; u .-
PERSONALS
Hon. J. D. Lee returned from Port
land last evening.
w . t . Bruce wen t to Portland
on
business yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. I. C. Terry came up irom i-on
land on the overland last flight t
J. Conner went to Portland to attend
-the Camlval yesterday afternoon. v
Hon. McKlnley Mitchell, Gervals,
was In Salem on business yesterday.
Mi.a Marrie Folsom attended the
Elks Carnival la Portland yesterday.
P. E. Shafer returned from Portland
last evening from ine nw
Khrtflr Worth Huston, of Albsny,
wag a business visitor to Salem yester
day.
judge and Mrs. C. E. Wolverton
went to Portland for a 4rlef visit to the
Carnival. ' ' ' . . '"'
via Nets and Louis Lacfamund were
among the sightseers yesterday at the
CarnlvaL
Mrs. Thomas Hubbard and daughter.
Miss Edna, returned last evening from
a visit to the Portland CarnlvaL
Frank k. 6fLor Seal'le
Training School, dfPfrted for Seattle
Eranv Decker, of the Salem Indian
yesterday to accept a position offered
him. ' -
Detective John F. Kerrigan came up
from Portland on official business yes
terday and returned on the afternoon
train.
M. McDonald and family departed
for Portland yesterday afternoon, en
route to San Francisco to enjoy a bri?f
vacation.-1, -
Mrs. Z. K
Ferguaon went to Day
ton, Washington, yesterday for a visit
to her grandson, and family, Glenn
Schaeffer.".
Mrs. C. H . King. of - Burlington.
Kansas. Is In the city, the guest at the
home of her son, Russell Catlln, for
few week. :
D.J. XJghtener arrived on the over
land yesterday . afternoon from San
Francisco, where he has been employ
ed .'the past year. j . v.
Governor Geer went to Portland yes
terday eventnic to hear the address of
Hen. H. B. MJUler. toe tor the Portland
Board of Trade, on "The Orient."
Albert Payne. Rube Sanders. Beti
Keafus, Jaraea Simmons and Randolph
Iervy. all students of the aiem In
dian Training School, left on the af
ternoon train yesterday for the Paris
Indian School, of California, where they
will resume their .studies and enlist in
the football team of that school.
IN MEMORY
OF MCKINLEY
Governor Geer is Asked if He
Will Issue a Procla
mation ' v
TO THE PEOPLE OP OREGON TO
OBSERVE THE DATE OF THE
MARTYRED. PRESIDENTS DEATH
ROSEVELT DESIRES , TO
HAVE MEMORIAL SERVICES.
Governor Geer yesterday received a
telegram from the Cincinnati (Ohio)
Times-Star to the effect that the Oov
ernor of Ohio had Issued a proclama
tion setting aside Sunday, September
14th, aa a memorial day in honor of
the deatjtf of PsidnjrjXcKlnley, being
the first anniversary of that sad event,
and stating that Governors from eight
other states had fcn heard cfrora in
the matter and desired to know
whether or not Governor Geer woul
issue a similar proclamation.
Governor Geer, answered the dlat
paun in suDStance mat ne wouia issue
no formal proclamation but- that he
considered it a noble cause and would
request that, the churches throughout
che state make It a feature of their ser.
vices on that day.
The President's Desire,
' ClnclnnaU, Sept. 11. Additional . tel
egrams were received from Governors
and other' public men today for Me
Kinley memorial services next Sunday,
and the following frm the President:
-Oyster Bay. N. Yi Sept. 11-Kditor
Times-Star. Cincinnati: The President
has requested his pa-tor here In Oys
ter Bay to hold a special memorial ser
vice next Sunday. .morning, being the
snnlversary of President McKlnleys
death.
-GEORGE B. CORTELYOU."",
ROOME'S NEW POSITION.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 1L With
the sanction of President E. H. Har
rlman. of the Southern Pacific Coro-
pany. General Manager Julius Krutt-
schnltt has appointed A. E. Roome. of
New Orleans, superintendent of all the
telegraph lines of the company. Mr.
Rooms will have his headquarters In
San Francisco. He succeeds J. B.
Donner, who died .last month. ,
v : TO SURVEY PARK.
MEDFORD, Setjt. 11 J. Frank
Warner and party larrlved In Medford
yesterday and will leave for Crater
Lake National Park as soon as neces
sary arrangements! for supplies and
transportation cani3e effected. Mr.
Warner has-been ient by the Xlovern
men t to survey the boundary line of
the new National Crater Lake park.
The parly will be gone about one
month. " ,
HAYTI CLOSES PORTS.
, HAMBURG. Sept. According to
Information received from the Haytlen
Consulate here, the provisional gov
ernment of Haytl has closed the ports
of Oonalves, Saint Marie and Port de
Pais to foreign ships on account of the
disturbances on the Island. The Pro
visional President has issued Instruc
tions hat bills of lading and manl
feata for these ports be not published
for the present.
BIG PROPERTY LOSS.
OREGON. CITY. SRept. . Thous
ands of dollars worth of property were
destroyed by fires In this county since
yesterday noon. 8everal houses, a
U-rge number of barns, hay and grain,
and farm machinery on the farms are
destroyed. There la no danger at pres
ent of the fires gaining further head
way, unless the wind freshens.
RAIN IS NEEDED.
WASHINGTON. Sept. Following
- jj, the Agricultural Department's week-
ly summary of crop conditions: "Rain
is much needed In Wsahington and
Oregon, hut otherwise general condl
Uons on the Pacific Coast are favor
able."
Fortune Favors a Texan.
"Having distressing pains In head,
back and stomach, and being without
appetite. X began to use Dr. King's New
Life Pills." writes W. V. Whitehead.
Kennedale. Tex, -and soon felt like
1 xaMJir Infail!ble la stomach and
liver troubles. Only zso a ur. ton
Drug 4 tores.
UETEOROLOGICAL,
PORTLAND, Or Sept. 1L FoUowlng
U the weather forecast for the 24 hours
mAnw mldnlarht. Friday. . September
in- Vnr oreron. 'Washington - aud
- Mabo, fair. ..... r : - - -
WARSHIPS GO
TO PANAI.l'
- K
The Wisconsin and Dncinnati
WU1 SaU at 0ncex
:--
TO ENFORCE THE TREATIE:
Protect Property and Prevent
Interference With ;
Traffic
COLOMBIA WILL BE COMPELLED
TO LIVE UP TO ITS STlPULA
TTIONS AND AGREEMENTS MAD;:
1 WITH THE UNITED STATES
- THE SITUATION GRAVE.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 11. Secretary.
Moody today telegrsphed the comman-
... n hiiiilHhln VLs-(t'.lll " at
Bremerton, and the cruiser Cincinnati,
at Cape Haytlen. directing te.n to
proceed to the Isthmus rf rn.ima. Th
commanders of the Cincinnati r an 1
Wlsfpnsinowllt be Instructed to enfort t
the. treaty -stipulations with Colombia,
by preventing Interference with trait. .
at the Isthmus, and also to prevent h
-rrrdment of Panama from tne sa.
on the ground that this would consti
tute a menace to traffic.
Panama Threatened.'
Asheville, S. C. Sept. 11.. United
States Consul Oudger, of Panama, w ho
Is how here, tonight received a cable
gram from bis son, which stated tli.it
the revolutlontfts are advancing on
the city of Panama. The message says
Ihe outlook appears grave. -
Sentenced to Desth.
PORT AU PRJNCE. Sept. M. Th
Revolutionary General Chlcoye h
been -tried by a military tribunal -and
sentenced to be exeeuteOctober D-lh.
Choltra On Trsnsport.
Washington, Sept. 11. Conflrmatnry
Information of the prevalrnce of ili. i
era and of several deaths from Mint dis
ease on thv- fM.on FliTin..--i h
been received at the War D iatlmeni
from NagaaakL 'The. names of th-
who died are not given.
Transport Arrives.
San Francisco. Sept. U The tronj -ship
Meade arrived toIay from Mar ; ..
She brings the headquarter and t!
organisation of the Fifteenth Infantry,
under command of Col. 11. C. Warde.
WILL BUILD BIG TUNNEL
II ARRI MAN'S pftOJECT FOR CUT
TING TIME BETWEEN aCIIICAGO
AND BAN FRANCISCO,
SAN l FRA NCISCO. Sept. 10. Tli
Southern Pacific surveyors that have
been engaged since last spring to fin 1
a tunneF route "jfor the Central rarlfi'!
Road through the- Sierra Neysd.
mountains are putting their work Into
shape for submission for President i:.
II. llarrtman. .It is known. says , the
Examiner, that the route laid out by
the surveyors provides for a tunn i
34.800 feet long, or nearly seven mil.
The estimated cost Is 114,000.000. It will
cut down the summit grade l.ioo f t
and enable the company to get rid vt
all but three miles of the forty-two
miles of snow- sheds. The proponf l
tunnel will pierce the mountains at on
elevation- of about MOO t eet.
The tunnw is part of iiarnman s pian
lo reduce time netween t-nicaao ito
tan .Francisco twelve hours, or from
three days, as at present, to two days
and a half.
GIOANTlC CANDY TRUST.
NEW YORK. Sect. 10. A combina
tion of candy manufacturers. JtiKt in
corporstcd in New Jersey under V.
name of the National Candy Company,
with a" capital of 19.000,000, will, ac
cording to the Journal of Commcrc,
embraae eighteen Western tanly
houses, having an annual output.' &
claimed by the promoters or npari
100.000,000 pounds of confectionary,
mostly of the Cheaper grades. Ti.i
corporation comprises conterns at Cin
cinnati, Chicago, st. iuis," r.urr....
Detroit, Indlanapw. Louisville, m 1 1, -neapolls.
Grand Rapids, and one i r
two other Western titles. O. II. ! v.-
ham. of Ht. Iu.s. probably win l
lant mwA RM-trv TVWlTt. I f
committee.
. Still In Manchuria.
' Pekln. SepL 10. According lo
the Russians are making no vl -
preparations to-withdraw from t
taty occupancy the southern jort:
of the province of tilling Hinjr, i
stipulated ihould be done .with! n't
months of tha signing or. the tr
Russian troops and Immlarrants jr i
ported to be entering J.Iant5iur! . :
large numbers, but pone are Uas U t
country. -
, Russia May Withdraw.
"Tleo Tsln, Bept. 10 Colonel I
Kepp, Director of Manchuria n I
roads; General Bolkoff, a t i :
trior, ana otner j.ussian era
Manchuria, have gone to J v ! '
nectlon with the negotiations i r
withdrawal of IlusslM-a , trooj , (
Mancbura, and the restoratioti . '
Ehan Hal Kwan railway.
Mrs. L. S. liames. of Oaklan I, '
lfornla. arrived on yestera.iys u:
noon train for a vlilt to the 1
her mother, lira. A. E. D:., :: , ,
this city. . : v.
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