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PRESIDENT IS TALKING! In Interview Bxpresses Opinion Of Harri man Washington, April, 4—President Roosevelt in an interview this morning classed JIarriman with the Rockefeller and Hearst combi nation which tried to defeat him for the presidency in 1904, and who are now seeking to defeat the! carrying out of his policies and to j control the next, national conven- j tion. Fhe president intimates that | he will ignore the estahlishsd pre cedent of the chief executive keej - ing his hands off politics and will take an active part in the next campaign. FromChandlar Arrival From Chandlar Finishes Long Mush From Valdez C. F. Boggs, who passed through Valdez last December enroute to Chandlar river, returned this morning. Mr. Boggs made the 1700 mile trip with a dog team and succeeded in obtaining some good ground at. the new diggings. Me reports that only four claims in that section are paying. These are in the creeks where bed rock is 1 only from four to six feet in depth. As high as an ounce to the pan has been found On the benches pans run from live to 30 cents, but the ground is deep and boilers are needed to reach bed rock. The developed claims are on Big Creek and Little Squaw creek, from which about $100,000 will be cleaned up with the first water this spring. A postoffice is established at Caro, on tve Chandlar, which is about six miles from the nearest diggings. An attempt will be made this summer to run light draught steamers to this place, and if it is successful will greatly hasten the development of the country. Boilers are a necessity to open up most of the ground, and the de velopment of the new camp will consequently be slow, although Mr. Boggs says he is confident it ; will he a good producer. This is a bargain, and we stronly recommend this boot to our Sound Customers. They are very durable, and are the Best Rubber Boot ever sold here for the money. We are showing a Cracker Jack assortment of Ail Wool Oregon City Cassimzre Shirts These shirts are honestly made. Buttons are sewn on to stay. Plenty of material is ust d and they are very sightly. t COMMISSION THROUGH Thaw Board Completes Examination. Report Thaw Sane New York, April, 4—The inves tigation bv the lunacy commission was concluded yesterday and as the meeting adjourned Evelyn Thaw went to her husband and kissed him, saying that all was go ing to come out right. The report will undoubtedly he that he is sane, and the case will go to the jury the latter part of the week. Seattle, April, 4—A spectacular sight was witnessed last night when t ie remains of the old W ashington hotel, on Denny hill was burned. The building stamis on a hill above Die surroundings and the fire was in plain sight of the whole city. Washington, April, 4—The Har dman railroad lines are preparing to restore thousands of acres of coal lands to the government to i escape prosecution for obtaining » s* the same fraudulently. The fight between Hardman and Roosevelt has hastened this action on the part of the railroads. i Cleveland, April 4—The unions of this place have adopted resolu tions denouncing Roosevelt he cause of an interview in which he classed Hard man with Debs, . I Moyer and Haywood. Concord, April 4 — An applica tion has been made that a lnnaev j commission he appointed to exam ine into the sanity of Mrs. Eddy. Chicago, April 4—Dunne’s de feat downs the politicians who have j been controlling the clemoc ratio party in Illinois, putting the Henrst-Brvan-Rogers-Sullivan combination out of business. I San Francisco, April, 4—During a lire in a cheap hoarding house at Pe.trero, 18 Italians were burned to death and 20 were seriouslv in jured, I he cause of the conflagra tion is unknown. New ^ ork, April, 4— The report of the 'I'h aw lunacy commission* which was to have been made this morning, lias been postponed and will be handed in late this after noon.