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ftf Vf " s& (1 hi 1 ml Iti itmrom 1 foanwu 0ALXM, OREOOX, SATJCTWAT, MAKCM SI, . KO. 7. ARIFF REVISION CALLED OfF v t Spring Gold Rush DES SEITLE DESERT Of BLACKS fclXTKl) IX EASTERN -FAT1IKK YOHKE AND IBISEPnOCKKI) TO AD- hitch thejr nm newspaper TO Till) STAR OF GRAIHIKH, Ifrcw Leaacd Wire.) , 0r, March 21. Bo- tti bat solution of tlio i la (it South lies In tho TAFT IS CERTAIN OF HONOR BRYAN IS DOOMED JOHN JOHNSON, OF MINNESOTA, SLOWLY FORGING TO THR FRONT EASTERN AND NEW ENGLAND STATES ARE ALL AGAINST THE PEERLESS NE- IIUASKA LEADER. , .0 S0 frtw pko seven.) (United Preaa Leaacd Wire) Washington, March 21. Occu pants of tho Taft band wagon aro to day wenrlng tho omllo-that-won't-come-oft as tho result of figures glv- (Continued on pax htm). KAMI STOE PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE NEWEST OP THE NEW IS HERE ff your inspection. Dress Goods, Fine Silks, lilies' Suks, Gloves, Laces, White Goods, Em i Dress Trimmings, Ladies' Sltoes, Hosiery and Dn't forget the store with the good goods t" prices. i , ,jwwfll"'w:T.-'l " . , . , ... NUMBED T ii ii -Win, ii i '! ill n i. iTi - J fcl in British Columbia JAPAN FIGHTING FOR COREA ON AMERICAN LINE DOING FOR THE H Kit .MIT NA TION WHAT OUR COUNTltV IS TRYING TO DO FOIt THE PHIL IPPINES 'FRISCO PHIZES r FREEDOM OF THE PRESS ABOVE ALL THINGS ELSE. w on sa'e at tost 65c x .triM Tissue in -w9sflKl , 'iBByw , - W1flV2rr v 49c f$ V&LmT zzn 0 f - i Coo4. auu - 08 sale iC6iiea Uh H 4c 5c 7c Lt u-y ii--" f i " . rJ rM Nd ii. IW (United Proas Leased Wlro.) San FrnnclHco, March 21. "Tho Jnpaneno are doing for tho Coronns what tho Amoricnns arc doing for tho Philippines, nnd tho'Coroans nro being banefltted by this protection," declared D. W. Stevens, diplomatic advlFcr to tho Corean council of atato, who haa. arrived hero on a Ichvo of abreuco. No man '.3 more familiar with con dittons in Soroa and Japan than Mr. i&evottff, who Tin J'hold'ljls present po ciilon nlnco 1904, nnd for years ba foro thnt served as socretary of hc American legation at Toklo, and wai later attached to tho Japaneso lega tion at Washington. "Doforo tho war tho Corean gov ernment was spending 3,000,000 yen annually on a standing army and 60,000 yon on public education," said tho diplomat. "This will give you Borno Men of Corca's condition beforo hostilities between Japan and Russia wero declared, Tho peas antry was ground down until noth ing but a baro oxlstenco was left from their labor, and tho official class was corrupt. Tho " peasants have welcomed tho Japanese, whllo tho official class has not." Mar Wnnts Fttw Prows. San Francisco, March 21.-Freedom of the prest is regarded qb a greater boon by the bar of San Fran cisco han -exaggerated awo of the. ptato supremo court, and tho action of tho Dar Association last night in refusing to attempt to mutzlo the court critics is being commended on all sides today. At tbo meeting a resolution was offered which sought to protect the members of tho supreme bench from criticism, such as has been hurled ;at them for their recent action In the Schmltt case, which allowed tho convicted ox-mayor to step from jail under bond. Tho resolution was defeated an almost unanimous vote. i 1 INTO A CANYON THREE MEN KILLED ii ENGINEER LOST HIS I1RAKE8 ANi) THE LOCOMOTIVE RAN Wife) DOWN A MOUNTAIN SIDE SNOW DRIFT SAVES THREE LIVES CHILD LOSES ITS LIFE ON RAILROAD TRACKS. .V by SWELL SUITS at small prices. Wo have pue prices o our suits that will wake this de Kurtment boom. The new shadow nripe and Japanese sleevo suits. Just received and on sale. Dont buy un t'S you get our prices. It will pay you well. Prices B.S. $12,50 and $1,60. -j T Slx-Yenr-Olil Killed. Seattle, Wash., March 21. -Ralph Teoker, tho 6-year-old son of Mrs. Finis Tcokcr, was run down and in stantly killed Inst evening whllo run ning across the tracks of the Seattle, Renton & Southern line. B ANTMtACE TRACK RILL MAY RE KILLED. (United Pross Lensod Wire.) Albany. N. Y.. Margh 2 1. With tho fight over tho anti-race track bill nearing the last round in tho stato legislature, a significant change bo came apparent today, in tho opinions of tho legislative oxperts, as to -the chance of passage of tho famous Ag nw bill. The opponents of the measure are now willing to bet even money hat the bill will bo killed in tho senate. Fashionable Suicide, The basis for thee rumors Is tbo Sanfa Barbara, Cal., March 21. ronort that a largo amount of money Mrs. Blanche Henley, tho young and fQr nitgjtlfoate use In the senate has I handsome wife of Joseph T. Healey, been ralnod by tho race track Intor- Bon of tho late Benjamin Ilealoy. of ;08tg aBli the book makers. Some per Sau Francisco, committed suicide t(,n. who Ialm to bo "In tho know," early today In the fashionable apart-. pjaee tBe amount of this alleged cor ments of her mother, Mrs. C. L. Fer-JruptioH bind at 1200,000. ris. Both women had Just returned rt .- from a party, during thd progress of FULTON COMING which Mrs. Heaiey appoared to bej HOME TO FIGHT. kthe Jolliest person present. No rea- Washington. March 21. Senstor t son can be assigned by her mother Fulton made the following stato- for tho suicide. ment: "i shall leave today far Oregon. I Two Robber Sentenced. do so most reluctantly, for there are Hanford, Cal., March SlFrank pending beore -congrewi not only Collin and Dau O'lary were today several measures in which tha peo sentenced to five and threo years.' plo of Oregon are directly fnter&tcd. respectively, to San Quajitin prison.' and la whloh I have taken special Collins pleaded guilty to robbjng a interest, but as well Measures of na Southern Paolflc railroad box car, tlonal Importaaca and concern la and OLeary robbed a manljleeping which I have taken and feel deep (United Press Lensod Wire.) Sa'jt Lake, Utah, March 21. Plunging down n grade at llghtnlug speed, carrying three men to death, and injuring as many moro, a runa way engine today overturned, and, toppling into .a canyon, burled tho crew beneath Jt. Tkrco raea wero killed outright, and tbrco othors experienced a thrill ing, escape from death. X..'Oordon, oBglnaqri Charles Madden, conductor. J. Joyco, fireman. Tho englno had Just passed tho tup of a grado on tho Bingham branch of tho Donvcr & Rio Grando, whon tho engineer discovered that his brakes had gono wrong. The onglno was gatnlng Bpeed at every bound, nnd was soon running so fast that to leap would mean cortahrdcath. Tho six men remained in the cab, hoping that tho engine would remain on tho track until a level stretch was reached. But instead it struck a snow bank and toppled over. The threo men, who wore. Injured, owe their 'Rcapo to being thrown In tho snow drift, and not going over Into tho canyon. SENATOR'S DAUGHTER GETS DAGO COUSIN OF A KING SAID TO HAVE TWO MILLIONS OF A FORTUNEWILL HE FIRST OF HIS CLASS WHO HAS , ANYTHING TANGIBLE RESIDES AN UNPRONOUNCEABLE COG-NOMEN. $40,000 IN FORTY' SUMMERS MINERS BIG LUCK (United Pross Leased Wire.) Now York, March 21. Duo DAb ruzsl sailed on tha Lusltanla today alone, Mies Katharine Elklus did not accompany him as his brldo, but, from hla smllo and general hearing, It w&b evident that tho young noblo- mnn was anything hut down-hearted Whllo o atoHOHHcemeat J! the m gagomont'has boenmado by thofam lly df SsAtnr Klklns, U is under stbod that tho cRtl'dmatter has been orrnnged " inH' Itl'fl o 'tie ratnr," ana tnar tno auo iEnmng touny lor a confercncos with b roynl cousin, tho king of Italy, which; is wxpoctod to romovo tho Inst straw In tho young couple's path. Under tho porsuaslon of tho moth- or, Victor Emnnuol Is said to have virtually withdrawn his last objec tion. Tho conference botwoon tho cousins is expected to bo forwarded bv a cablegram to tho Elklns family, which will relonso the woddltig an nouncement. Due D'Abruul arrived on board tho Lusltanla at 7 o'clock this morn ing, expecting to eludo tho reporters, hut they were lined up 20 strong to meet him, and ho smiled good-nn-turedly when ho saw ho had boon tftflcd. "All I can say to you, gontlomon," ho declared, "is thnt evQryihlng is nil right with me nnd mine. I am vory happy and will bq back in America soon. Don't believe Wash ington roportorj." RANK RQRBERS ARE BROUGHT " TO TAW-COAHT BTEAMKR ARE TO RACE FOR A nOG RET MEDICAL PRACTICE IK ALASKA TO RE REGULATHII. BY AN4 "ACT OF CONGRKHH. f In a park. Interests.' LABOR GETS A HEARING Victoria, B. O., March 21. Forly thousand dollars worth of coarse gold nuggitts Is tho result of si wcoka' Industrious panning by Tim othy Fox, an old prospector, on an affluent of tke Upper Finality. Tke hows of tho discovery of thlit rick placer Meld will start owe of tke most sensational rushos in tke klAtory of British Columbia, aft mov the: 'win ter breaks and tho couNlry-efens up. Indian friends directed Fox to tkU last find. It is jiis first rick 8n U JO years of steady prospecting la the N"orthwoHt and. A'nka. Ho did not; v voaclv tho field until lato last fall,. hr;t, In splto of tho woalho, managed to get six wooka pnnnlnc in bdforo ho waa drivon out by thtranow. Thw net result of tho six weeks' work was 2700 ounces of gold dust and nug gota. Novmlu EmlKtszIement. Carson, Nov., March 21. Accusod of chargen of ombezzlomont out of tho failure of tho Rtnto Tlnnk & Trust Company, four directors of tha Institution, 3. H. Woodbury, Wilson Brougher. Jnrnoa T. Davis, 8. L. Loo and A. LIvlngitone woro today nr rnlgncd In court. A motion to quavh tho indlctmonta against thorn Is being lizard this at tornoon by Judge Lnngan, of Nye county. Tho grand J'iry has found another Indlctmont against President T. B. Rlckoy, of tho bank. Ho wns taken into custody today, but Imme dlafuly rgjeasod on bonds of $10, 000. ' 'United Press Leased Wlro.) Washington, March 21 As the first important result of tho labor cougrese hold t Washington this week, under tho auspices of tho ausplcas of tho American Federation of Labor, President Rooms volt today called into conferonro Senator Aid rich and Representatives Haynes and Dulzell. The meeting was held at the Whjte Houeo. During the progress of the con ference the entire executive plan of tho Prosldent for the remainder of the session was fone over, and spe cial consideration was given tho lia bilities act, and tho proposHlon of limiting the power of the courts In the matter of issuing injunctions. , No announcement was made as to what deoiilon bad been reached. I naddflloQ a tentative draft of the bill to amend tbo Sherman act was gone over, tho tariff and the Aldrlcb bill were" dlsouised. Big Steamer' Raco. Portland, OF., Ma roll St. Cuplniii J. H. J'ctorson says ho will bet $6000 thaf tho San FrnucUco & Portland Steamship Company's liner Roso City cannot beat the North Paolflo Steamship Company's Roanoko from Portland to San FranolMio. illo says he has got the money wait log for anybody that wants It, pro Yjdlog Muuagor Dee will allow the Roanoke to go right through one trip without stopping at Eureka. Tho Roso Qlty makes no way landings, and Captain Poturfton wants an even ohanao In the race. DoWitt'e Llttly Early Risers, small, safe, sure little Mver pills. Sold by all drnggiittt. Law for Alaska. Washington, March 21, Delegate Calo has Introduced a bill providing for the regulation of tho practice of nrnUclrjo In Alaska. Tho bill re quires that all applicants for llconsa In tho territory shall produce a di ploma from some recognized medical school, or shall have praotlced five conseeutlvo years lo Alaska previous to the enactment of the law. A oM RIW-Itg. Spokane, Wash,, March 21 A Spokane county building at the Alas. ka-YUkon Paolflc exposition was made certain today by the action jf the board of county cpmmjwlosers la approprlstlsg 2(5.006 for th(s ptirpow. I ( r -r"