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LAMES OF REVOLT
iar Nicholas Discovers a Plot Against
Has Own Life Twelve Men Sworn
to Kill Him
Berlin, Feb. 7, The Tageblatt re-
Uts a plot against tho Czar's Hfo
38 discoverod by Emperor Nicholas
mself. His majesty was walking
rough tho corridors at Tsarkoo:Sclo
sterday, when ho noticed a lotter ad
ossed to himself lyincr on tho floor.
e picked it up and found that it con-
inod an announcement that 12 men
id sworn to kill him in rovengo for
o St. Petersburg massacro January
'i. Tho letter caused great excito-
cnt throughout tho palace. Elaborato
ocautions wcro immediately taken to
otect tho Czar, who has not loft tho
dace since. Tho samo paper an
unices that niOro lighting had oc-
irrcd at Warsaw bijtwcou tho troops
id tho strikers, in Which several wero
Slice, and many wounded.
Father Gapon Well and1 Saf o.
Geneva, Fob. 7. A Russian priest
lis arrived here, and it is reported that
Bather Oopon traveled with him from
Petersburg to Basil, whero ho left
5m to go to Paris, .his final destination
sing London. Ho said that Father
lopon was in good health and not
Warsaw, Feb. 7. As a result of tho
forts to open the bakeries and other
tablijhments several wero killed, and
any arrests wero made. Tho peasants
o afraid to bring in their products,
id prices of provisions have gono up.
report from Radom states that 20
orkmon wcro killed and wounded in
nflicts" with tho troops yesterday. At
arzyayko 24 wero killed and 40
unded. Troops liavo boon sent to
utno, whero serious disorders arc re-
Lodz, Feb. 7. Tho strikors entored
mill today and destroyed the ma-
unery. Tho situation is growing
orso, and tho critical timo is expect
1 February 9th, when tho strikers will
Be paid and tho mills shut down indefi-
Strikors Not Giving In.
St. Ptersburg, Feb. 7. At a meoting
f tho manufacturers it was agreed
!iat groups of employers should hold
meetings to dctcrmino what tho needs
of the workmen were, so that they
could satisfy them immediately, with
out waiting for legislation.
It is reported that tho situation at
Tiflis and Batoum is decidedly worse.
At Tiflis several were killed and
wounded in n clash with tho police.
TrepofT todny summoned tho principals
of tho various colleges, and ordered
them to reopen, announcing that any
student attempting to prevent such re
opening would bo banished. Prince
Gargarin replied that it was useless to
reopen tho colleges, unless Trepoif
gunrantcd their freedom from police
interference and to conccdo them self-government.
Auburn, Fob. 7. Tho physicians who
performed tho autopsy on tho bodies of
tho murdered Weber family testified
this morning at tho trial of Adolph
Weber that the pistol wounds in tho
bodies of Julius, Mary anjl Bertha
Webor wcro almost instnntly fatal in
each case. One of tho witnesses told of
his being called to dress tho dofend
ant's hand, on tho night of tho mur
der. Wober stated that ho had cut it
on 'a window pane The witness said
tho wound was such that it" could not
havobeen made in that manner, but
wns jagged, as if torn by a barbed wiro,
and also mado tho startling announce
ment that dofendant, when remonstrated
with on his determination to go back
to tho fire, said: "Pooplo say my moth
or is alive, I know sho is dead. I
know thoy nro all dead."
Army Kuropatkin Asks for
St. Petersburg, Feb 7. Tho attempt
to turn tho Japaneso loft flank, indi
ea"ted by Kuropatkin January 25th, is
now definitely regnrded as a failure. It
is stated on rclinblo authority, that
Kuropatkin has requested 40,000 rein-
forcoments immediately. The authori
ties are considering, however, tho
transport difficulties to get this number
of troops to Mukden.
Will Suo for Peace
London, Feb. 7. Tho highest author
ity is claimed by tho St. Petersburg
correspondent of tho London Daily
Chroniclo for tho statement that tho
grand ducal party has suddenly decid
ed that Russia must suo for peace.
Peaco Talk Untrue t
London, Fob. 7. At tho Russian em
bassy today it was assorted that there
was no basis for tho roport that peaco
proposals had boon made Russin could
not consider such proposals under tho
St. Petersburg, Feb. 7. Kuropatkin
reports some skirmishing by tho Rus
sian and Japaneso outposts. Fifty Jap
aneso wero bayoneted and ouo wns
St. Petersburg, Feb. 7. The Trans
Siberian railway has becomo clogged
with tho enormous freight which tho
minister of ways and communications
tried to send over it, and as a result
an interruption in tho arrival of sup
plies for Kuropatkin 's army is seriously
Postal Fraud. ConvictsWHIDon
Washington, Feb. 7. August Ma
chen, former superintendent of tho free
delivery postoftlco department, will don
a suit of stripes tomorrow at Mound
ville, W. Vn., penitentiary, together
with Samuel A. Groff, tho invontor of
tho patent letter box fastenor, and his
brother, Dillnrd B. Groff, who was tho
business end of tho cntorpriso, out of
which aroso n postal graft, and led to
their conviction. Tho prisoners will go
to -Mbundville, along with a batch of
20 other federal prisoners, all white.
Machon requested tho privilege of char
tering a special pullman for his party,
but wns refused. Dr. Gcorgo Loronz,
convicted with Machon and tho Groffs,
is reported ill at Toledo. Ho will bo
sent to prison as soon ns ho can make
tho journey. Tho sentenco of each of
tho defendants wns for two years,
which may bo shortened to 18 months
by good bohavior.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sutherland re
turned last evening from Portland,
whero thoy visited their daughter, Mrs.
S. G. Schaofcr. Mrs. Schaofor left
yesterday bn tho "Columbia" for a
trip to California.
New .Spring Style
In the Celebrated
Glove Fitting Corsets
The cut represents one of the new
popular "Habit Hip" shapes with
genuine "Velvet Grip" hose suppor
. Oar assortment of the new models is now corn
It's hecaase we carry only reliable merchandise
in well known standard makes, that
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Our spot cash plan together with economical bus
iness management enables us to undersell regular
New Idea Magazine for March Jast to. j
It is a high class magazino full of now ideas in fancy work,
dress styles, and clever fiction
Will Presorvo Russian Dignity.
Paris, Feb. 7. Tho statement is
made in official circles hero that proof
will be placed before, tho North Sea
inquiry .commission Mint tho Baltic
fleet fired upon tho private yacht of tho
King of Greeco, which was proceeding
from Denmark to Franco.
Ono of tho foreign mombors of the
commission is autlitority for tho state
ment that, acording to ofllcinl anticipa
tion, tho final decision of tho commis
sion will bo such as "to onablo the "Rus
sians to walk out with their heads
"It is beliovcd," tho commissioner
ndded, "that tho Russians acted in
good faith, but that the contiuunnce of
their flro for fully nine minutes is a
point against tliom that may fall heav
ily in tho scales."
Washington, Feb. 7. The scnato will
resume- tho consideration of tho state
hood bill amendment, as passed, pro
hibiting tho salo of liquor in Oklaho
ma to thoso under 21 years of ago. Tho
amendment leaving the vote to tho
people of Arizona and Now Mexico tho
questioning of combining them into
Tho bill, as amended, will givo a
quarter of a million of acres of the
public lands to tho Oklahoma Universi
ty, nnd tho samo amount to tho Agriul
tural college, Polygamy is prohibited.
Tho adoption of tho Forakor amend
ment nienns that Arizona will bo given
an opportunity, if sho desires, p roject
statehood, so long as it is offered in
connection with Now Moxico.
Helingsford, Finland, Fob. 7. Tho
man who yesterday shot and killod
Scission Soininon, tho procurntor-genor-al
of Finland, is identified at Karl Lcn
ard Tlohenthal, formerly a student of
tho Imperial Alexander University horo
lie maintains an obstinnto silence.
Tho news of tho assassination of
Soisalon Soininon, prourntor-gonoral of
Finland, though occurring boforo noon
on Monday, wns not generally known
in ,St. Ptersburg last night, but may
bo cxpeted to produco an Imnicnso son
sation when it becomes public, as it
will bo regarded as tho precursor of an
era of terrorism for which tho events
of ' January in St. Petersburg and
throughout Russia gnvo tho signal. Un
til tho identity of tho assassin is defi
nitely known it will bo impossible, of
courso, to establish tho motivo of tho
attempt, but tho presont circumstances
in Finland render it almost cortain that
tho crimo is purely political, and of
tho samo naturo as tho assassination
of Count Dobrikoff, tho governor-general
of Finland, in Juno of last your,
Jump tho Track.
Mexico City, Fob. 7. Tho train re
turning with tho railway conductors'
picnic from Popocntapella Peak, car
rying 300 excursionists, ran over a 0
foot embankment into a ditch, injuring
23 persons moro or less sorioiudy.
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C'lialorio, Belgium, Fob. 7.- It is an
nounced today that 22,057 minors out
of 3!,442 employed in tho colliers of
this district nro now on a strike
Knights of Pythias.
There will bo work in tho third rank
this (Tuesday) evening. Come. Visit
ing brothers nro cordially invited to bo
with ns. T. J. Croniso, Chancellor Com
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By a Joint Resolution of the State
State Senator. Rand, of tho judiciary
committee, todny offered tho following
joint resolution, which was adopted
without division of tho Republicans nnd
Sonato Joint Resolution No. 0.
Whoreas, A rumor hns been circulated
to tho effect that tho legislaturo of the
stato of Oregon intended at tho ond of
a 40-daysy session to ndjoum to a day
certain, instead of adjourning without
day, and that such action wns to bo
taken on account of want of confidonco
in tho senior senator from tho stato of
Oregon, Honornblo John II. Mitchell,
Whereas, Said rumor wns wholly
without foundation thorofor, and
Whereas, Tho stato of Oregon is
under n lasting debt of gratitude to
our sonior sonntor for long yoars' of
faithful, honest nnd cfiiciont service,
Whoreas, During nil of thoso years
of public service no chnrgo has boon
inado detrimental to tho personal horrwr
or integrity of our sonior Bonntor urrttS
his recent Indictment by n federal!
grand jury, nnd ' '"
Whorens, This legislature, believing
in tho personni honor anil integrity edT
our sonior senntor, and desiring to ex
press to tho world our bollof in Ms Inr
noconco, thoroforo bo it "
Resolved, By tho Bonato, tho house
concurring, that this biouninl uessfofD
adjourn without day on tho 17th diiy otF
February, 1005, not later than 6 p. mv
Bo it furthor rosolvod, Tjlnt wo tfc
claro our continued faith in tho hon
esty, honor nnd integrity of our soiiiojr
sonator, Hon. John II. Mitchell, ftnot
that wo at this timo extend to him a
voto of thanks for tho 22 years of
faithful sorvieo by him rcudorod to cur
stato and nntion, and hereby record
hopo and boliovo that his good namo nndf
tho fnir namo of our stato will T
cleared from nny ehnrgo of any natnrer
Portland, Fob. 7. Tho fodornl grand
jury jis investigating Congressman J.
N. Williamson, in connection with
Innd frauds. Williamson wns in part
nership with 'Dr. V. Oassnor in tho
land and livestock busiucss, nnd the
firm is nllcgcd to havo illegally ac
quired government lnnd. O. Fcurholm,
n witness from Prinovlllo, Williamson's
homo, confessed" tiint money' hnd boon
advanced to him to take up tho lnnd
for tho firm.
Sacramento, Cal., Feb. 7,Tho grand
jury was called togothor today by tho
dirtrictjittorney, ho proposing the prcs
ent sonntorlol bribery caso to that in
quisitorial body. Detectivo .Hurling,
ono .of tho men who assisted in tho al
leged trapping of tho sonntorH, was
callod boforo tho jury.
"Miss lllva Bart, of Portland, is tho
guest of Mrs. tU. C. Hunter for a few
tyrs. H. J. Big'gor, of Portland, is
vliUing friondji in this cjty.
Rend, Nov., Feb. 7. Tho wostbouncT
passongor train, No. 5, .on tho S. I?i.
was wrecked at Verdi, 14 miles wisl
of hero at 7 o'cloc'k this morning. Tim
two engines, express and baggage cars
nnd two day coaches and a diner wtmfe
into tho ditch. Tho wreck was enusotJ;
by tho rails spreading, and only thcr
fact that tho train was running slow
proventod a disaster.
Only ono mail was hurt. Tho flay
conches slid down n 30-foot embank
ment, but did not turn over.
Tho Ourtsoy Bill.
Mrs. J. B. Waldo, of Macleay, Hf-iin
tho city, and will appear boforo tn
joint eommitteo of th judiciary and re
vision of laws, at room No. 3 of the
state houso this evening, and inaku an
argument for tho bill to crouto equac
rights of estates by ourtsoy for yttf
men and mon. Tho bill 1h ouo whlelii
has attracted a great dual of fitvorablta
comment among tho legislators.
Now U, S, Marshal.
Washington, Feb. 7. Tho President
today sont to the sonato tho nomination
of George O. Perry, of Alaska, to bo
Unit ojI States marshal for division No.
3 of Alaska.
United States Consul Resigns.
Washington, Feb. 7. -United States
Consul-General Goodnowd, at Shanghai,
today oabl&dtho state department for
mally tendoring his resignation, to take
effect qn March 31st. Ho intends to
remain permanently in Shanghai.
Asks for Board.
Washington, Feb. 7. The president
this afternoon sent a message to eon
grew urging an appropriation fur the
appointment of a board of surveyors to
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Tho soason's best now spring
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Another lot of ladles' neckwear
received by express yesterday.
These are the newest and daintuat
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Wednesday Salo No. 211. For
tomorrow's selling wo offer tho
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Bro advertisement elsewhere.
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