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OHO tOOK WttL. County Hat Open Winter and Condlllon. Art Mc.ll.M Throughout Early Sp'Of . JOMphint Ooui't Ul.Afir mnrt K.n (ill A NTH I'AMH Th,. tf..n,.r. VI "" r ::::: . z .". " i""iir. M r .,,,. Wlirk , .inter did th. thermometer In ,e.,ly r,,,',,.-, , ' P32 ...univ rtiiMUtr a toiiiiinriiiiira w i.M M... ..... . - .nr..-. Ilk- pr.lld. I,y ..,, .j U,J JX' ii TiuZ r. but f "urrln. of ...w. ,utthr, llf ,, jp " J bee melted bfr warm ih Pllll(ltv ,h,,Y .,,, . ',,'., ' Tb. r,...,t m in.t but inn. ,, ,,;; ; (V 7 "' lag ... required. Murk iwnl. rlearliig land .h, ,u "f,, '' " ,,mrt e.eelient ri4url tin. ..i.... ,,,,,,.1, ,,' .J r. "' "' wuttrr. and tnt "ill r winter ii.r ,iir.wii..n- to.,,! ,i ' ' " .aim-lent feed on hand to tldt tar,ui, , vl"I'",it th Bold rtobbart Hold Up Train Clot lO Plltlburg I'ittnburic. Muy 1. Two train robber., who evidently boarded tht New York and Ht. I.onl. express, on tnt Pnnhandlo rullroud of tht Penn .vlvniila system, Bt tnt Union Sta tion In (hi. city, whan thnt train left m 10:60 tonlKht, tnn minutes lut. overpowered the express mossonger md itut away with four bag of Cur rency, COIItUlllltlir an unuinnl i.l ?Kltoton m Z r"11":" ''rM i ruv' " Ml unknown The rob- jtM, a? no , iiml dlJTlnS r ? 7 "' h opnii-1 ,J"r'r mmmltttd near Walkers f k. At no lm. lh i of . ,,,! BM ,,, Hl.tlon, . prtlculurly lonel, and U- ointi'd j.t in a rough auction of Kiuuiry uuoul li mlloa woat of tht Vlli Tht train, ont of tbt fameat on tbo rond. which la not achedulod to atop btwHn hurt and Btwubenylllo, .. waa brouKht to a auddim halt by n nirKi-nry algnal from the bell cord, and when William Ufferty, tht conductor, went forward to luitrn tht trouble bt found N. Koahun. tht Aiimiia r-iproaa mi'taengnr, bound and KttKKd In tha llirn rnr nnH o frlKhttmtd that he could not Rive any conntwti'd n-port of wbBt hud hiH)iiud. Kxcept that both of the romwra wrt white, tho xpr nut-'iiK-r la unnblu to gift an Identl rieatlon that would aid the a?cr't "urvlrt forri-a of tht rallroud com- pnnira and the rlty and county !- tertlve force, HI of whom hnve bw-n iii! out to work on tht ce. of rry tlK, ii,.rrait mn uan n.ra A n.-v., u,UU)t ,, f, ,i, ,.. rPI, If no bay ahould bt put tue ,IVPf v,,.v . ,h. iho UfTt h.p men nat r.;,illf- ,...,' li .a Idrtl wit.fr. h Ju.t f, ,,,..,....: ' "r '"rn7''"' uw r' . s ' ' rum iii tnnM. I hi a aitiitlir 111 III r II 111 wiinr Ifir . u .-... .1 " It la li 1. 1 an unuaunl ...). i , i tl... t.-...lii.g roMi.d for the , ,, ,,' ...Uof btad ot .h.p that ."n- XUvuM. d """ 'r,"B OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST UOf FOUH HACKS OP CAbH. PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS IN BRIEF I - - --:- tnrci pnrtlun of tht wraith t.nitinty, a winter like the out J f adl nana an nuauum u tnt.r,,!,,,- Pfe r ' , - i - Ida new year Doing inert Irtt but lltdu ruin and prnrtl- nn.niiw, I ropa or eyery kind put in a r I r . and already there Mttfiinii growin in tyerytnuig rpeml. uihiu aprlng weather. PINO TEllMEAD fOOS. Rut In Bcgut Hlvt Ctutta In- va.Ogation. kola t'aat -Two million ateet- irout wert brought In b Uldriiberg hatchery on tha a rlTr, and wert tiprtaaed to it Agrrit. Kuuth America. In It tha agrlrultural department. ( cfe rliialy enraaed In Ice. fur (he long Journey. fLItlng rcniuii nit liogue river bu br.-o unprofitable, the run Mtig etrtH'dlngly light and 'nt tho liwal Klnbermen'a la 4ritlng Ha time to Invea t the river from hero to tht tor the d'aann of aurh abort U at l hie lime laat year thou ot puutiila re being ehlpped 4llj The nftliora fir Ibla lt'ai,..,t, Henry HnJ.ii. r, A Aulerry Of gon Ciiy Noat Shew. a '!! ArranKmenta are Art ur tr hnliilng iht iu! ab.iar of the Oregon City M l'arna!in Kurlelf, wblrh ilia... in thl cliy durlnx iwri ot t;y or rnrlr 111 (flttiiiiittre have liean nil f. In t:ie i hrge of the eetil. 'aatK-try .growera have been t tiuikt. fthlhlia, prnvldliig rim ar.i itpe when lilt r-a lull lil...ni The official color li!r i miMinn pink, adupt H thl. Color of the M Union ' flrat to I,,, hrooglit lo Orw !! Ii'iainrn men have been '.ly IH.r.il In dotiMtlona of ' The how will Probably p lit the armory. With the oi.lo.inal Hm nilll ,wjn If rk.-ii ia a I. . . . - a i . a ea M ( I- in I , P a I il, f M W.im 8 1. re llrter l-(t,.r. Th- u,.,,. .rafc.n la ientiig well. Hl during the aumnir-r there will , ,,, 3 M11, , thia vifiioiy mmtn the lt!nr pim. f " una tunti'tial for th fs.'Mnta- Muit Bailaat Track. m: . '11.,, firetfi.n Itnllriutd mIi.b u priiditlng the Oregon r totluiiinv tor lh fii.nw.MM t.f thai riiiiiiiany to haaO'ii the t "f M r line between I'trt 4 ftiil' IH The roniinlaalon hna th.. 'impitny a letter anyUiK ! Informed thnt the work or ' h been dlaronllnued nd IU priaent rondltlon the road the Uvea of pnaaengera fe you going lo do about the uuentloti nronoiinded to Nsn Klertrln mnnntement. M uf the letter Indlentea that laloii will do aomethlna: F"nptly If the company doea F'Htd Ovtr Gold find. TH '.HS .,. Itiveatliratlon f'K'furm-,1 from Williania ( reek, "i me reported rich atrike ef ' Ind that leten .KMM) and " t-aj t rnr-tf.) by Nnrrlunn .J'"i" in three davai and thev ; Murnliiiir n,,i .....L tt "'I 'liftlnill t nnrtleulara of ,m.',u"t "traded, aa Hie eper " ln-lnie,l ), rHlrent, fear '1.. f proapeetora to their ' new atrikn ,,v inr, "'" I he .lonea Hr,,,;- mnrbln '"t abmit tw mil,,, frilm h'Hla Short of Ttachtrt. I'"n, -- I'mntllln county V" n lonelier fnmlno, 'iK't thnt nonrly every i he i.. i. ' i TO HANOLC th apples. Hoed Hivtr Qrowtra' Union Incrttitt lock to J 6. 000. Hood Klver At a meeting of tht iiwiq niyer Applegrowtra' Union held yaattrdar. and largely attend ed, a resolution waa patted Increaa ing the capital atock of tht nrganlta tloo from 11000 to US, 000. Tha Inrreaae la for tbt purpoat of erect ing cold atoragt farUUlea to taka cart of tht rapidly Inrrttalng apple yieiu or int valley, fletween I10U0 and 16000 waa aubarrlbed at tht mealing within five minute, after the aerrrtary anno-mred that aub arrlptlana would be received. It la the purpoaaa of th union to build an addition lo It already largt wart houae here whlrh will contain tbt cold atoragt plant. Hogg Eat Poaontd drain. NnKTII ItHMiKH , ti A. I n.pir, i prominent farmer ebwe to North IViw dir. aa nai.nl with farmer, in ifrani .rt ! I ( araaon, ut out atuirrel potaon, lint g-n M of the fine fattening hngai lel.ingmg In line ef the town l.utrhrra, r' Jarinnn, the huga having broken into the ( ..ar Held. BtMtr Train Harvict. I.n tlrande - A new trnln ached ule ha. Kone Into efTi-t between here nnd Klgln, which menu doubled mt- ybe for lhee two clilea. The regu. li.r trnlna will be tiuilnlnlned nnd A .. hi I train will lunke dully trip., rnrrylng way Irelght and log. for the Ueoigo j'lilmer mill PORTLAND MANKtra. Wheat- Track prlcea: Club, R4c per hu.hel; red fiuaalan, SJc; blut iem. 87c; valley, xfte. Ilnrley - Keed, 12 4 50 per ton; rolled. 127 (,3S; brewing. t3 Out. No. I white. $ 2 6 0 0 tf 2 7 per ton; gray, 3l. MlllaliilT. Mrnn. 124 fiO per ton; middling., IJ7 60; abort. , country, $2? t.0; rlty. 1ST; wheat and barley chop. 37 50. May Tlmothv. Willamette Valley. 117 Her ton; Willamette Valley, or dinary, )5; Kaalern Oregon, 117 60; mlied. IS; clover. $14: alfalfa, 1 12; alfalfa men). 120. Ilutter Kxtraa. 1"4c per pound; fancy 36c; choice. J6c; atore, lHc Kg ioaa and comml.alon orr, Ii4f 17e per doion. t'heeae Kancy cream twlna. lfce per pound; cream brick. 80c; Bwlaa blk., !; llmburger, 2 2 He. I'oultry MUed chlrkena, lac per lb ; fBncy hena, Hf 14 He; rooatera. old, He: fryera, lb., 20c; brollera, ID., JJHfMSc; dre.atd poultry per pound, lc higher. otntoea Heleet, aeuina: price, iw nor himilred: williimotit i.in-j. buying prlro, 45c per hundred; Kaat Multnomah, buying price. doc; Cliirknmaa. buying price, 55e per hundred; new California, 6tf6Hc ner nound: aweet, IWc per pouna. Onlnnf Job price. $4.75 iff 5 PT hundred; buying price, $4 25fM 50 per hundred: gnrllc, 15c per pound. AppleaHelect. $3.50 per box; fiiiicy, $3; choice, $1.60; ordinary. ' Freeh Frulta Orangea. $3.50 iff I per box; bmiona, $3.76f8.60. Cttle Heat ateera, $4.75ffn; medium. $4.25Jf4.75; common, $3 60 (If 4: rnwa, beat, $3.75 iff 4; common, $3.253.75; cnlvoa, $4 ' 8heer--ni'at wothrra, $(fi 0.50; ewea, $5tf B.60; aprlng InmbB, noml- ""llnga Iteat. $(ff2B: medium. $5.75lffi feedcra, $5.2Bi?r5.50. Uiipa 1 007. prime and choice, 4 irffle per pound; olda. lfMo per pound. I ? mine tllt) nn nry of Ha Hocuro liiHlructora I'l-ing Inrnm. Tho bonrda r vieiK Wth ((1(,h ()(i((r ,n ,i "",KO fontrncta thl. '""ice fr ,10 flM u,um JjwM.il f-P Alhany. -Work la pronroaKlnu rim. new planing mill of -M. Wool Eiiatorn Oregon. averriRe rZ . H"n- Ht ,hB ' "' beat. 11 WHO per pound, according '; It win ,n In operation. to nhrlnkage: Vnlloy, U15o, no- kratn. i. """ilium 10 pinn- corn in a u i"'ii Cr"tt. ht mill will hm .nnln. Vnhalr CholOt. 10O10V40 PC. ACCUSES LEISCHMAN. No Atttmpt Mada to Proatcutt Turk Who Muratrtd American. New York, May 1. On bonrd the teatuer Koenlg Albert, which nr- rlved here today, waa the body of llernard Warkentln. nroaldunt of the Kanaaa ritala bank, or Newton, Kaa., who waa abol and killed near Dam- aacui early In April, whllo riding on a railroad train. Mra. Warkentln and her ton Carl accompanied the Boar. Tbt cablt dlanatchea nnnounclna tha ahootlng. aald that It waa done by a Syrian who occupied a compart ment on tha train adjoining that In which Mr. Wnrkentln waa aeated. Tbe Syrian aald be waa examining hie revolver and that It went off by mlatake, Ambaeaador l.el.hman, at Conatantlnople, reported the ahoot lng lo tht .tatn department. He aald aa.uranrt had been given him thut tbt Syrian would be brought to jua tlct If the act proved to be one of murder. Curl Warkentln aald today that the man who killed hU father waa a Turkl.h Prince and that Mr. llnh- man told til. mother that it would lie Impoaaeblo to proaecute him and udvlio d her to aay no more about the matter. Krotn hi. remnrl.. It waa nppnrent that Mr. Wnrkrntln waa of the opin ion that Mr. I.elohinnn hud not done all that he could, and he Unlimited that churgea would be lodged with the atate dxpnitnienl pgulti.t the amba.Hiidor. WARSHIP BLOWN UP. Powder M.g.int Explodtf, Killing 240 Japantat. Toklo, May I. Admiral Yoehl- mat.u, ronimunder of tht training .qundron, report, that an explosion M'curred in the .tern mugnitlue of the rrul.er Mnt.ii.hliiia ut 4.08 o'clock thla morning while nnchor- n K nl Mnkinix. a hnrlior on the I'en- radorea Miimln. The MntaiiKhimu miiiedlntely a link until only the bridge waa vlalblu. KfTorta at rescue y bouta from tbe rrul.era lliiahldiito and lt.iikiiHhlnm cnntlniied until i i. ni,. Having the Uvea of 141 men, ncludlng aome (ifflcera. The innjor- Ity of the oltlcora were anved. and nt tlie time of the Admiral's report the endeta numbered 58 out of a com plement of 300. Tho eons of liaron C hlndn. vlce- mlnl.ter or tne foreign omce. ana of Prince ) n in n. field marshal, are iiniotm the endeta who It la reared ure loat; al.o Citptnlna Name, Yoah moil nnd Yu.hlro, The cnttae of the xploalon la unknown. Wnahlncton, May 1. Commander TnnlKurhl, the nnvtil attache of the lapane.e Kmbnnay. aald today Mint he roKiilnr complement or tne sini- tu.hlmu waa about 335 mi n und that on her crtilae she had about 50 adeta aboard, muHlng total of 415. Ilia cablegram.-he auld, inoi calea that about 175 were saved, which would make the Iob of oili er and men about 240. Strlktra Attack Funeral Seattle, W'tmh., May 1. Bringing word of the arrest of Trendwoll of SO atrlkera for breaking up n fun eral and attempting to make nwny with the rorpiu), tho atennititilp uoi- liln arrived In port this morning, a iiimiiliir vounir man nmong tne Ntrlkebreukera wna ncclilently killed recently. The funeral procrnmon ex- nded for many blocks, limning a formidable allowing of the Btrlko- brenkera. Notwithstanding turn iuh- ilny, tho atrlkera nttnckocl tno pro- ceaaion in lorce iinu uencij riai he body. Plaronia "evolt. rnrla. Mnv 1. The Tempa todny pttbllHliea a apeclnl dlpntch from llxt tiimbiing. a town ot mnm, in me French aphore of Influence, anylng hut the town la Rt tne mercy ot tne native, who nave risen in revoo and are threatening the Knropenn realdenla. The troona are. Inanffl- Monday. May 4 WAHHINUTON, May 4. The Cnna linn internittinnnl boundiiry treaty wut ratified twlny by tho nenute in nxucu live aeaaliin. It provide for the more complete definition and demarcation of tno boundary between tho I nited Htute. and Canada, but dnea not change in any way the caluhli.kcd, cxi.tiiiK line. nenatnr IMilge tmlay Introduced a bill appropriation 4OO,00U for tht nur eh n. uf a building in Paris to be u.ej aa the American legation. A proviaion fur the purchase of the building had been stricken out of the diplomatic and ron.iilar appropriation bill on the point mm ii waa noi general legislation. Ho mi tor Kultun today proposed an ameniiineni to tho sundry civil bill, au fborizing the Secretary of the Interior to contract for the care of tbe Alaska in.nne, this amendment being in tbo in tcr.nt of Dr. H. W. foe a sanitarium. WASHINGTON', May 4 Tho House completely overrun the committee on appropriations in connection with sev eral Horn in the sundry civil bill. When the measure was laid aside for the day. ''.'il.ll(iO hnd been inhleil in (hi. sum recommended by the committee. which include, I IMI.00O for the atre.-uira and determining the water supply of the I nited Sl.itea- an in crease of to.unu in the appropriation for tcating strui'tornl materials, and fioo.oou in teatmi coal, llenite nn. I other fuels. These chanues wen. tint accomplished, however, without a pro- inneen uei.ate, in which the committee found itself practically alone. Saturday, May 2. Washington, May 2. The trolley sought to be established by the gov ernment of providing and equipping; uunoinga ior ua amnaaeadora Id Eu ropean caplula received a setback today In the senate, where the dip lomatic bill waa under consideration. Through a point of order by Culber son. Texas, an amendment to tbe hnute bill appropriation $400,000 for aurh a building at Parla waa stricken out. The bill waa passed, after which eulogies on the life, character and public services of the late Senators Mallory and llryan. of Florida, were delivered. Amendments to the diplomatic bill were adopted Increasing, tbe sal ary of tbe eerretary of the legation ana consul general to Salvador from $2000 to $3500; appropriat ing $15,000 to enable tbe secretary of state to protect the property and right or rttltens of the United Stulm In the navigation and use of the St. Johns river In case of nny UtlKHtion. WniihlnKton. May 2. After the usual rollrull to demand the pres ence of a quorum, the house todny resumed consideration of the sundry civil appropriation bill disposing of It paragraph by paragraph. An amendment offered by Gaines appropriating $10,000 to aid the Unite. Hermitage to enre for nnd preserve the Hermitage, the home nnd tomb of Andrew Juckson, at Nashville, Tenn., waa rejected on a point of order made by Tnwney of Minnesota, An Hmeiidment by Smith of Louis iana, appropriating $150,000 for con tinuation of work on the St. Mich aels canal, Alaskn, until the passage of the sundry civil bill, waa agreed to w it bout discussion. The house, after a spirited and somewhat acrimonious debate, passed the bill authorizing the ap pointment of the president of an ad ditional member of the Philippine commission. The bill appropriating; $25,000 for the relief of the tornado sufferers In the south wna passed without Inci dent. Frdsv. May I. Washington, May 1. The house spent nil of today's tension In con sidering and passing, paragraph by paragraph, umVer suspension of the rules, tha sundry civil appropriation bill. As the outcome of a deter mined effort to strike from the bill a restriction prohibiting the employ ment of secret service employes In nny detective work other thnn the guarding of the president nnd the running down of counterfeiters, which was vigorously opposed by membera of the appropriations com mittee, the limitation wna agreed to and the paragraph adopted in sub stantially Its orlginnl form. Objection by democrat lo members In pursuance of the minority fllll- buster. to unanimous consent dofent ted the passage ot a bill for the printing and distributing of 100,000 copies of a special report by the de partment of nKi'U'ulture. describing dlsenaca of cattle. Washington, May 1. In the sen ate today, Senator Davis, of Arkan sas, moved to discharge the commit tee on tho Judiciary from tho fur ther consideration of his bill, "for tho suppression of trusts, pools nnd combination! In trnde." He spoke for about, two hours, rending much of the time from a typewritten state ment which he snld he hnd prepared In advance, "thnt no intemperate InngmiKe nil kIU escape his lips on this occasion," n thing which he snld he hnd never done before. During his speech he roundly de nounced the trusts, commended the president's recent message outlining measures for relief, spoke of the re- mrival - -4 - thnt John D. Kockefeller, the Stand ard Oil Company and J. Plerpout -Morgan ahould be Indicted for trea son. He also paid his respects to tht prest. Thursday, April SO. Washington, April 30. Consider ation of the sundry civil appropria tion bill was resumed In tbe house today. Townaend of Michigan of fered an amendment Increasing from $50,000 to $350,000 tbe appropria tion for enforcement by the Inter state commerce commission of that clause of tbe Hepburn act directing tbe commission to cause to be made examinations of the accounts of In terstate railroad to determine wheth er that law Is being violated and to make public the result of sucb ex aminations. After a debate lasting four hours tbe amendment was u greed to. Tbe bouse disagreed to tbe senate amendments to the District of Co lumbia and pension appropriation bills and sent those bills to confer ence. Tbe usual point of no quorum was raised when the bouse reconvened today on tbe motion providing that the house go Into committee of tbe whole for further consideration of the sundry civil appropriation bill under the five minute rule. Tbe doors were locked and the roll called on the motion, which prevailed. Washington, April 30. The Pres ident today algned the Fulton land- grant resolution. The bouse public lands committee today discussed Mondell's patent land-grant resolution, which was in tended to follow the Fulton resolu tion. In view of tbe bad faith of tbe lumbermen, tbe committee was overwhelmingly opposed to. reporting; me measure, especially ir the same ' end can be accomplished, without legislation. Wednesday. April 28. Washington. April John Sharp Williams today gave tbe re publican majority In the bouse an opportunity either to permit or to refuse to permit a vote on the Ste vens bill to place wood pulp on the free Hat. In tbe course of a clever ly humorous and satirical speech be unrolled and held to view tbe fol lowing petition to Speaker Cannon. bearing the signature of 164 of the 166 Democratic senators: 'We, tbe undesigned, representa tives In congress, request, each for himself, and each for each of tbe others, that you recognize one of us, ir ' you prefer, so mo other repre s naiive, to move to discharge tbe coirtnlttee on ways an:! n-eans from further consideration and to suspend the rules and pass tlu Stevens bill, or an.' other bill having the effect to put wood pulp and print paper on tbe frwe list." Mr. Dnlzell, of Pennsylvania, of fered an amendment to the sundry civil bill appropriating $6n,000 for the establishment of a natioiinl nrt gnllery In the Smithsonian Institute. The amendment waa rejected on a point of order. Washington, April 29. The sen ate and houhe confereea on tbe army bill reached an agreement tonight. The senate conferees receded from the amendment raising he pay of officers on a percentage basis. In steud, a schedule wns adopted in creasing the pay of Mnjor-Genernls, Hrlgndler-Genernls. Colonels, Lieu tenant Colonels, Majors nnd First Lieutenants $500 per annum; Cap tains. $600 per year; Second Lieu tenants. $300 nnd cadets $100. On this schedule, the salary of Mnjor-Generals will be $S000 per annum; Brigadier-Generals $6000; Colonels $1000; Lieutenant-Colonels $3500; Majors $3000; Captains $2, 400; first Lieutenants, $2000: sec ond Lieutenants, $1700 and cadets $600. Tuatday, April 28. Washington. April 28 Ostensibly considering i the sundry civil appro priation bill, the house devoted most of Its time today to speeches cover ing a wide range of subjects and concluded the session by giving an attentive hearing to the president's special message. Although nearly every member had read the message In the newspapers, a large number remained in their seats, carefully following the words of the reading clerk. When the portion of the message referring to the multi-millionaire "whose son is a fool and his daughter a foreign princess" was reached there was a storm of ap plause, equally loud on both sides ot the house. At 6:05 p. m. the house took a recess until 11:30 o'clock tomorrow morning. Washington, April 28. The pen sion and District of Columbia appro priation bills were passed by the senate todny. In addition the spe cial message of the president urging a legislative program wns head and another chapter of Senator War ner's speech on the Brownsville af fair was heard. Several measures of minor Importance and the resolution of the bouse to give government aid to cyclone sufferers In the south were passed. Tho resolution to extend the time when the commodity clause of the railroad rate law shall be come operative was called before the senate KlMie , fl ..-,,-' Am i"iii"' " iii'"-!v ''"'"Injr machinery w