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VOL. 11. NO. 1.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 27; 1903.
TELEGRAPH NEWS SUMMARY
CULLED FROM ABBOCIATED
PREBB DIBPATCHEB. i
A Review of Happenings in Roth
Eastern and Wsstern Hemispheres
During the Pact Week—Natlopal,
Historical, Political and Pereonal
Events Tsrsely Told. *...
Former Congressman Charles J.
Boatner of Louisiana is dead.
William J. Bryan spent his birthday,
recently serving on a jury in the dis
11 Mont Pelee volcano, on the island of
I Martinique, is discnarging dense
I clouds of reddish smoke.
i Count Don! de Castelaine, accompa
| nied by the countess, was received by
| President Roosevelt recently. ' ./.
I There was a sharp earthquake shock,'
I accompanied by subterranean noises,
at»l!a Union, Mexico, recently.
I Thef entire plant of the Jennings
I (Mich.) Iron and Engine works was
1 burned recently! Loss, $50,000.
I Very Rev. Fredrick William
I dean of Canterbury since J895, died
| recently in London In his 72d year.
Hamilton Fish, recently appointed
assistant treasurer of the United
States at New York, took the oath of
Col. John R. Gleven, aged 85, a Mex
ican war veteran, formerly on editor
in St Louis and later in t)2tvenport,
lowa, is dead.
The Union Pacific hasjet&mtracts
to the extent of for
double tracking the from
Omaha tto Ogden. »
Some of the Romai Catboltt&mis
sionaries in north China
their missions because of the
further Boxer uprisings.
At Halifax, N. S., a plot to P«§lm
emigrants suffering from dlseaselo eM
cape Into the United States is believ
ed to have come to light.
' At'"Ef>nflri, Ohio, the strike of the
American shipbuilding plant, Involving
about 1500 men,* Inaugurated several
weeks ago, has been settled.
Captain C. W. Hacket, a veteran of
the civil war and one of the most prom
inent wholesale hardware men in the
west, died at St Paul recently.
At Paduoah, Ky., robbers recently
blew open the vault in the deposit
bank of Bardwell and secured in the
neighborhood of $5000. The robbers
Rev. Edward Clark, foster father of
Rev. Francis E. Clark, D. D., founder
of the Boq}ety of Christian Endeavor,
is dead of old age. Mr. Clark was
born in 1820.
Ernest Lyon, the hew minister to
Liberia, was presented to the president
recently by Senator McComas of Mary
land. Lyon, who is a negro, will leave
at once for his post.
At Dob Moines, lowa, James Burns,
accused of the murder of Jerry Cor
coran, was found guilty of murder in
the first degree and life imprisonment'
Marcus B. Raun, editor of the Aus
tria-Hungarian. Gazette of New York,
has been appointed a special immi
gration inspector to go abroad to ex
amine into immigration conditions.
A summqns has been Issued for Mrs.
Hetty Green, reputed to be the wealthi
est woman in the United States, to ap
pear before Recorder Stanton and ex
plain why she has failed to obtain a
aog license for her pet terrier.
Two wagons i have been found •flyel
miles north of Atlanta, Ga., containing
eight or mpre dead bodies. Investiga
tion by the authorities developed that
tno bodies were being sent put of town
by a medical college for interment.
Five men of the crew of the tug
Pilot of Philadelphia were.drowned in
a collision between the tug and the
steamship Winifred, in the Delaware
river off Marcus Hook, Pa., recenuy.
The remaining three members of the
crew were saved.
Nathan M. Halleck, president of the
Mechanics' National bank of Middle
town, N. Y./ died suddenly at Los An
geles, Cal. He was pn an extended
pleasure* trip. Mr. Hallock was a
veteran of the civil war, and had re
ceived a, 'special modal from congress
for bravery in service.
The handsome residence of the Hun\-
bort family on the Avenue de la Grand
rtrmee, Paris, which was the scene of
its triumph and eventual downfall fol
lowing the discovery of the empty safq,
was snld at auction-recently to satffefy
.the creditors of the Humberts, 4t
Robert Stokes and his wife of T?ort
land, Ore., were found dead on the
/Rudow & Schweikert,^
' and Ha#
floor of their cabin, a few miles from
iiooneville, Cal., by a brother of
Stokes, who lives some distance from
their cabin. He heard two shots anif
commenced an investigation which
resulted in the finding of the bodies
of his brother and sister in law with
bulietß through their bodies. Tbe case
is shrouded in mystery.
Treasurer Harry Niedlinger ot the
Marguerite Sylva company, in Milwau
kee, was robbed of cash and notes
amounting in all to about $3000 recent
ly, the money having been taken from
beneath his head while he slept. A
member of the company who slept
with Mr. Niedlinger is missing and is
suspected of the theft.
At Cripple Creek, Col., the strike
situation is rapidly. aAuming an acute
phase and there is every indication
that every mine in the district, with
the exception of the Woods and the
Portland companies, will be closed
Mies Zeralda McVickers, daughter'
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McVickers df
Surapter, Ore., shot and killed herself
at the family home recently. The
young lady was*alone at the time and
no motive for the deed 1b known.
Bdward Goodrich, who achieved no
toriety some time ago as the ex-cham
pion broncho buster of the west, and
incidentally won $1000 by riding a
heretofore unmanageable horse
through Main street, Billings, Mont.,
is in serious trouble, he having been
arrested at Helena on the charge of
The' third consecutive daily wreck
on the Rocky Mountain division of the
Northern Pacific occurred last Mpn
jiay near Weeksville, Mont, a small
station eight miles west of Missoula.
Governor Mcßride of Washington,
has appointed Senator J. P. Sharp jof
Ellensburg a member of the board of
regents of the state agricultural col
lege, vice H. W. Canfleld of Colfax,
.resigned, for the term ending March
It is considered certain In New
Hgrk that the Chicago, Milwaukee ft
Sfe»'''Paul will have to extend to the.
Pacific coast. This is . made neces
aacy ... to recover traffic lost through
the control of the Burlington by the
James J. Hill merger lines.
Governor Mcßride of Washington
has filed the . bill "Providing for the
assessment and taxation of mining
claims and improvements thereon and
of the net proceeds of mines" with a
Conductors and jgripmen of the Ta
coma street (jar company went on a
striae Sunday morning.
The funeral ot tne late S. S. (Hidden,
the Spokane banker, wait held Monuay
aiteraoon from tne family residence iu
ior tne first time in the history ot
lacoma tue gamming nouses are
ciosea, and closed for good.
"Deep ureea" Jfmes was recently
appointed by Governor Mcßrlde a
uiemuer of tne state board of control.
Tne law requiring saloons to remain
closed en Sundays w.as observed at
•Vancouver last Sunday for' the first
time in a number of years.
A monster snow and land slide, 300
feet wide, carried away the Spokane
Falls & Northern railroad bridge* at
Hendricks' cut last week. The, bridge
spanned the Columbia river.
Officers of the First National Bank
of Clarkston, which has just been or
ganized, have received the bank char
ter from the comptroller of currency.
It is said the bank will be opened tor
business about May 1. •
Brigadier General Frederick R. Fun
ston has arrived at Vancouver bar
racks, where he will assume command
of the department of tne Columbia, re
lieving General George M. Randall,
who has been ordered to the Pniiljv
New station agents on the Rocky
Mountain division of the Northern Pa
cific have been announced as follows:
G. F. Mapes, Hope, Idaho; A. Duffield,
Burke, Idaho; F. A. Brown, Rathdrnm,
Idaho; W. Lemoine, Florence, Mont.,
and G. C. Burke, Stevensvllle, Mont.
The game law passed by the last leg
islature is more complicated than any
Vif for'the reason that
an effort was made to suit the condi
tions of every tbunty. Sportsmen who
havd examine* the new law pronounce
it satisfactory »
The Seattle? grand jury has voted to
indfct T. H. Cann and Police
Judge Geofge of Seattle precinct, ac
cused'oNtnalfeasanc? in office in their
failure to take steps to suppfess -gam
bling and other vices tolerated by the*
A Pennsylvania hotelkeeper was fin
ed 67 Aunts for swearing at his servanl
who would pot get up when called.
WHOt; K NUMBER 58.
Cardwell & Ledgcrwood^
Attorneys at Law, " X,
Real Estate, Insurance, Abstract*.
J. 'W. Hewctson.
Physician and. Burgeon.
Special attention given to all
diseases and operations in the
eye, ear, nose and throat • ' ,
Glasses accurately fMted.
C. O. Anderson,
Attorney at Law.
C F. Breitkaupt,
Real Estate, Insurance.
Notary Public. /
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