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NEWS NOTES-OF 1
CABINET SELECTIONS MADE
Resume of World's Important
Events Told in Brief.
llryan. Goethals, and Burleson, of
Washington, D. C It was said posi-
tively in high congressional quarter I
closely identified with the incoming! . . n r
administration of Trepidant Wilson Official KCDOrt SaVS AttemD.ed
Troops continue to
the Mexican border.
P Wilson will call an extra session of
congress for Aprill.
R The rule fof military despotism
aeems to growjn favor in Mexico.
Both houses of the South Dakota
legislature adopted a resolution de
nouncing the killing of Madero and
. L , V. ,.ll,u,i "a l i nut anmint. 1
mat iiit v , i v. ' ' ' fS ...... v K I r
ments had been determined upon defi
J Secretary of state William J. Bry
move towards . of Nebraska.
I Secretary of the treasury William
' G. McAdoo, of New l ork.
I Postmaster general Albert S.
I Burleson, of Texas.
I Secretary of the navy Josephus
I Daniels, of North Carolina.
! The foregiong names and positions
' are said to have advanced entirely be
' yond the stage of conjecture or gossip
. and become finalities in the forth
coming cabinet list. Other places in
Mexicans executed by shooting, one 1 the cabinet are said to be reasonably
at a time, 95 Madero soldiers who re- settled, with the exception of the
vol ted when they heard of the death of . portfolios of war and agriculture,
tha ex-president. The name of A. Mitchell Palmer, of
. ... . Pennsylvania, which has been men-
The Cornucop,. Mm.ng company of , connection with
Eastern uregon, mans lis goia dui- ... -uui, -..,;. nmi.
i.. kn.wl ' t'l
Famous "Fugitive Law" of Mexico
Believed to Have I Wen Used
Cover for Assassination.
had passed, it was realised by officials
that this last tragic event hail added
greatly to the gravity of the situation
IT lUUViTA riTV IlJ undoubtedly had placed an a.l.li
11 iUCiAlL" ijH 1 !tional strain upon the already tense
relations Dei ween mis h"
that in the Mexican capital. Still, as
President Taft himself declared, the
event in itself was not regarded as
sufficient to demand any departure
I from the policy of strict non-interven-Wi.m
which fur has iroverned his ad
Probably the immediate result will
I be to hasten the military and naval
preparations in order to have the sold
! iers and sailors and marines ready to
answer a call for instunt embarkation
. if further developments in Mexico
,, . r , , -should demand their employment.
Mexico City Francisco I. Madero
and Jose Pino Suarez were shot and The one danger to be apprehended
killed in a midnight ride under guard which almost certainly would result in
from the national palace to the peni- the launching of an American army of
tentiary. invasion, would be the commission of
The circumstances surrounding the some act or acts in Mexico that would
death of the deposed presidertt and endanger the lives of foreign citizens
j . . r , ..Li : .. 1 A .... -n .. km inir suan rai.l h
Vice presiut'nt 01 me rcpuuiic are uii- ; miiu -viurritau, iianh ...... v. -
known, except as given in official ac- diplomatic representatives in Wash
i counts, which do not conform in all intcon of the disposition and abtlityaof
MADEKO'S IHlO'l'HEU KlUFD
In Command of KebeU. He 1 Over
taken By Federals.
IhIk ex iiresiiu'iii
been shot ami
l.mthcr lf thi
....... i, ,.f Monterey, according
DOINGS OF OBKCONS LEGISLATURE
dinus of the People's Representatives
fiuiiiini i a . ...
State Capital. Hill Introduced, I'MMd, Kcjected, F.tc.
A Brief UcNume of IW
able information receiv.nl Her. .
With an escort of R
it is said, was attempting to jo U
rebels holding Ure.lo e" h
overtaken by tn.oPs sent by m a
Trevino. The reH.rts do no . ''' 1
whether Ma,lero was killed l. l""
or was executed.
..i ni, ,,r ftiaucro ii" -
KKIU KIS SCIICKHM .'KXTKNSION PLAN IS LARGE
rk Then Cull K- in;vernr West Signs Bill, fca,.
f ...I,, ii-iii iu .i '
uiiu miii iiu ii lira.
M iitm. nl From Others.
Charges that tnre...-
. . i I,, eoint.oi ii "
Salem If Governor West aigns tha
ineinin'i s in i tun grnn.mil i.nn 01 a0 .
. . i-:ii...i.,..,,. un.l Hustaiuonti'
Del ween "i.e. i I,,
rebel leader in the l.aiedo
.1. . ll....r I Ill-
Oil in.- ,i, ...
Sneaker McArmur ' , . i . II
cusations and rebuked S.-hue . J. I
! him lhat II He nan "
lo Ho specinr.
lion by insured parcels post to its head '
offices in Walla Walla. I
Mrs. Pankhurst, British suffragette WILL NOT KEEP CURE SECRET j
leader, has been arrested for complic- I
ity in the recent bomb explosion which ;
wrecked the house of Lord Churchill.
i Friedmann Promises W orld Shall
Have His Remedy.
New York The United States gov
ernment took official recognition or ,
I the claim of Dr. Frederick . Fried-
mann to tne aiscovery oi a cure oi
i tuberculosis when by the order of the
1 surceon ceneral a physician of the
The house of representatives of United States Marine Hospital service,
-... ,lnr.ta a resolution declaring Dr. Hamilton H. Foster, was sent to
it "looked with horror upon the mur- meet the young German physician on j
der of President Madero and his vice his arrival here on board the steam
president," and demanding that steps ship Kronprinzessin cecuie.
be taken by the United States to pro- ( At the request of the g
The widow of Captain Scott, of
Antarctic fame, has received from the
British government the same title that ;
she would have received had her hus
band returned alive, and will hence
forth be known as Lady Scott.
tect the lives of
American citizens in surgeon, Dr. Friedmann consented to :
; turn over a quantity of his bacilli to !
ho tested bv the eovernment and to
News of the execution of Francisco demonstrate the efficacy of his cure
Madero caused such a sensation at before physicians of the hospital serv- i
Wichita Falls, Texas, that a petition ice i
is in circulation asking that the Unit- j)r Friedmann, who comes to this
ed States government request all country at the invitation of Charles
Americans to leave Mexico and to take E Finlay, a New York banker, who
steps to punish those responsible for hopes the physician will be able to ;
Madero's death. ! cure his son-in-law of the disease, de-:
rlarpd that his remedy was not a se-
Arrangements are being made be
tween the American and Russian gov
ernments to establish wireless stations
across Bering sea and Siberia, which
will complete the wireless circuit of
A new waterfall 500 feet in height
has been discovered on the Middle
Fork of the Feather river, in an al
most inaccessible canyon in the Sierra
mountains of California. It is said to
rival Bridal Veil falls of the Yosem
ite. Produce dealers of Portland, con
victed of violating the Sherman anti
trust law, paid fines aggregating
$8,450, but will still be allowed to
continue their association along cer
Immunity from prosecution for la
bor unions and farmers' organizations
was included in the sundry civil ap
propriation bill in conrgess.
Prominent Jews of the Pacific Coast
are planning to take care of all their
race who migrate to the Coast after
the opening of the Panama canal.
Los Angeles had a total rainfall of
5.2 inches in one night, and the entire
city was flooded. Streetcars were
stopped and boats
used in the streets.
A destitute couple in Portland of
fered to give away their baby so that
it might have a comfortable nome.
cret, and that he purposed to make
known "to all the world" the method
by which it was created and the man-,
ner in which it is administered. j
, If t-"
.i;jt,;,.f ("...roiilino Vlliareni,
tisan of Trevino, the goverim.ent ex
pects that the trouble in that vicinity
soon will be adjusted.
Kmilio Madero. in ..injunction w tn
his brother, Kaoul. began a .uiiter
revolution at San 1'edn. in the state
of Coahuila, a few days ago. m the
t ....itimr the reliels
Mliont Saltillo with
! district. .. .
i Hope for imimnliate peace in Mexi o
; is slight. Rebel activity in the north
1 has increased and the government s
efforts to enter into arrangements
! with the Zapatistas appear to have
! failed. , , .
i Whether the rebels, whose center is
i . . . . ...u..;i,. huvii iMcrcaHl
! U rr-H, .,. hi. remiirks a,. n,e
,,-y have so conductcl tneir ort- i-m'"-"""
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Hi OUl K""-- i. ..,!.. I,i ... i ... i ,., i ... j ,.
he house to compe. ..." u.-" .... - i ,
r..consider senate bill l"'"v", ! !.,., . law. Both branches 0f u
'' hi''h "'VV'l.i'lCn.Vcuunty I logi-lature have now put their ,Mof
,,er ... . , neeed i Bi.nrovol uiH.n It. There was
.nition to the bill when the houj
t - ,i..riii,i mil
olluiais inr i .i,...,!,..!
nths, were nwiue )
house I liursim.
was considering it.
This is believed to lie on of th
Ht nieasurrs passed by this legist,
tivu 'sluii, and those who hav brs
deeply interested In IU paansKs ir
. .. I.
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Tins was the seeonu iim i'M" juunaov. m m most
consider the aetion of the house in jltlHirtant bill. Under it authority
T , i il, I,i . ami It w ;. mo Agni-miurai ruui'n w
those in i.an.... "t-h M.har.uony would jHllM to x,en,J U Work
" . ... i ...
nil I'tilon. who mom-
withdrew hi motion
county In the state, each county to n.
reive an amount from the funds in.
AVIATOR MAKES RECORD j
FROM PARIS TO LONDON
London A new record of three
hours and five minutes for a flight
from Paris to London was made Wed
nesday by the French aviator Marcel
G. Brindejone des Moulinais. cases. The only witnesses were those
The aviator started in his monoplane actually concerned in the killing,
at 9:51 in the morning from Paris,' The provisional president. Genera'
landing at Calais at 10:50; resumed Huerta, says the killing of the two
his flight at noon and descended in 1 men was incidental to a fight between
with the frontier has neen siopp.-..,
that region between Laredo and San
i Luis Potosi being virtually isolated.
In the south the Zapatistas continue
i burning and raiding, and an attack on
a military train between Ozumtwi and
: Mexico City leaves little doubt as to
! their attitude toward the new admin
istration. The attack was of the or
dinary ambush type. The train was
stopped by a burned- ut bridge, and
the lighting continued more than two
One of the demands of the Zapa
1 tistas, made by commissioners repre
1 senting that section of the rebels, was
that all Zapatista officers be admitted
' to the regular establishments with
; corresponding rank, some having
assumed the title of general. To this
the government strongly objected.
The commissioners left to reKirt to
their chief, and soon word came back
i that the Zapatista considered the re
volution still in progress.
'FIT.ITIVES ON BOARD SHIP
McArthur then took the Hour and ; pn.priated by the legislature e.u u,
I "(he tliin-skiiineii nepio ii ! w,al the couniy give mr tun wort.
Many ot the memuera or the hon
look occasion to express their appror
nl of the bill as sent over to the hum
from the n.-nate, and they declared
that it undoubtedly Would result In I
great deal of gooil to the farming in
terests of the state.
,. who voted fur the bill-to give a
Democrat ie governor the power to sus
pend officers at will
the house members re
in K'v" i
COYI.KNOK l' SI-IS HIS VETO
IRRIGATION BILL IS PASSED
ii... rim Work Promptly on
Vet was at th
vtiil.mi - (lovcrnor
.ii offices again Tuesday, after
nhseiice since r i nlay
iy his move he gainni ninn i"".
.lays on the legislature in considera
tion of bills, lief,. re he is com.-llcd to
veto them or send them to the
tarv of state.
(Ine of his first moves was t
senate bill 11''., which was intn
l. ,,tl, ,,f .liist-nhine. and li
salary of certain officials in that cum
tv. This is a continuation of the move
he made recently in connection wit h
another county salary bill, slating the
same reasons, the veto message b.-ing:
"I return herewith senate bill No.
lid with mv v.-lo. for the reaon that
county salaries for counties
class will be fully taken
through house hill No. Is I."
GENERAL W. II. CARTER
In Command of American Troops Mobilized on Mexican Border.
this government to protect their na
tionalities in Mexico in the same de
gree as Americans, the government
has assumed an obligation that cannot
London at 1 :30. crossing the channel
in a fog.
The distance between Paris and
London is 287 miles. During his ac
tual flying time of 1S5 minutes, the
French airman maintained a speed of
94 miles an hour.
Two Dead In Antarctic.
Sydney, N. S. W. Lieutenant Nin
nis, an Englishman, and Dr. Merz, a
Swiss, met death in the Antarctic,
while members of the Mawson Antarc-
and canoes were tic expedition in a newly discovered
region which will be named King
George Fifth Land. The territory lies
between Victoria Land and Adele
Land. Dr. Mawson and six of his
their guard and a party attempting to
Two of those said to have been in
the party that attacked the automobile
were killed in the exchange of shots.
The ministry of foreign relations,
Francisco de la Barra, adds that the
prisoners attempted to escape.
Neither makes a definite statement as
to which side fired the fatal shots. It
is possible that neither knows. An
official investigation has been ordered
and solemn promises have been made
that the guilty will be punished. 1
Major Cardenas and two other ofli- (
cers who commanded the rurales es
corting the automobile have been im- -prisoned,
pending an investigation by ,
the attorney general. j
Not unnaturally a great part of the '
nublic retrards the official versions ;
BUILD $1,500,000 BRIDGE
Paducah, Ky. Official announce
ment was made here Monday of a plan
to construct immediately at a cost of
$4,500,000, a double-track bridge
across the Ohio river, between Me
tropolis, 111., and Paducah, Ky., to
serve the principal railroads of the
Mississippi Valley in handling the in
crease in tonnage expected on account
of the Panama canal's completion.
The roads uniting in the construc
tion of the bridge are the Chicago,
Burlington & Quincy, Chicago, &
Eastern Illinois, Big Four, Illinois
Central and Nashville, Chattanooga &
St. Louis. Joint terminals, including
vards. shoos and other plants, will
Francisco I. Madero, Sr., Makes
Kscape With Party.
Vera Cruz - Ernesto Madero, who
was finance minister in the cabinet of
his nephew Francisco Madero, arrived
here with his family on a special car.
Ernesto Madero and his party wont
on board the Cuban cruiser Cuba.
Their presence was unknown to the
local officials and few persons
nized the late president's uncle,
declined to grant an interview.
Ernesto Madero was ncrompanio.
his two sons and Francisco I. Madero,
Sr., father of the late chief executive.
The Cuban gnnlioat Cuba is expected
to sail immediately for Havana. Tin
Cuba and the American and Mexican
warships anchored in the harbor tired
salutes in honor of the Cuban National
Advices from Monterey say General
Geronimo Trevino took charge of the
government of Nuevo I. eon without
Measure Supported lly Governor
West Appropriates $1.10,000.
Salem The bill appropriating
f I'll, "00 for the state to take ovrr th
Columbia Southern irrigation project
and put it through to completion prob
ably will become a law, aa it hu
passisl txith houses and is known to U
approved by the governor, or at Irmt
lured has been consistently recommended by
d the him.
conn- McCi.lloch. In explaining the hitL
declared that its pm.age would Us
confession of the failure of the ( any
act as a workable plan In Connectiui)
with irrigation work. Thomoii aln
explained the bill at length and
strongly urged it passage, as beings
moral responsibility which rests upon
the state. Calkins and llutler alio
sike in its favor. On the vot only
Mollis. Smith of Coos, Miller, Kag
dale and Wood were ops!.
I.MG1SI.ATI Rll IGNOKIIS VIITO
Both Houses Pass Appropriations
H.' ied hv
REFUSE TO CONDEMN HUERTA
1 1 0A. A. I
. ......... ..- - ,. . companions nave Deen leu ior me
and near yzuu appucauon. were ...ouC Adele Land, because they
for the Child. . oV.l r&nrh thp exnedition's rlrt.ir,f rmuinrr in minrl trip imp for l u i f nmt
, ncic uuauiv w 1 Willi uwuuf up, I' I I UK UIC iUiai luat VI -Uiioii uvuuu w
centuries or the notorious i-ey . $7(000,000.
Fuca ' the unwritten law which is in- I
A committee of ministers of St.
Joseph, Mo., will attend a coming
prize-fight in that city, to obtain evi
dence and information to lay before
the grand jury.
ship Aurora before she left. Lieu
tenant Ninnis was killed a year ago.
Wheat Track prices: Club, 85(5
86c; bluestem, 95c; forty-fold, 86c;
red Russian, 84(850; valley, 860i87c
Barley Feed, $23.50 per ton; brew
ing, nominal; rolled, $25. 50(326. 50.
Com Whole, $27; cracked, $28 ton.
Millstuffs Bran, $21(321.50 ton;
shorts, $23f323.50; middlings, $30.
Hay Timothy, choice, $15tf17;
mixed, Eastern Oregon timothy, $10tfi
12.50; oat and vetch, $12; alfalfa,
$11.50; clover, $10; straw, $6(3 7.
Oats No. 1 white, $1717.50 ton.
Apples Spitzenberg, extra fancy,
i 9fwfii 50 ner box: choice, 75c(3$l;
Yellow Newtowns, extra fancy, $1.25
Suffrage Again Submitted.
Lansing, Mich. The state senate
has adopted a resolution submitting
the proposed woman suffrage amend
ment to the state constitution to the
people at the election next April.
The measure recently was adopted by
the house. Equal suffrage was de
feated at the election last fall. Lead
ers of the movement charged serious
irregularities in the counting of the
ballots, but after starting legal pro
ceedings for recounts abandoned that
plan and decided to re-submit the
measure to the people.
Fortune Left for Bibles.
Centerville, la. Directing in his
will that the words "read, pray, and
obey" be printed on the My leaf or
voked when the death of a prisoner is
desired. After its application there
is written: "Prisoner shot trying to
MEXICO EXAMINES TREASURY
TRAGEDY ADDS TO TENSION
Death of Madero and Suarez
tens War Preparations.
Government to See Whether
Madero Stole Funds.
Mexico City What may be regard
ed as executive sanction for the inves
tigation of the national treasury, with
a view to determining ex-President
Madero's responsibility for any short
age, is contained in a message sent to
Washington, D. C The killing of j congress by the foreign minister, t ran
Francisco I. Madero and Pino Suarez, cisco de la Barra.
deposed president and vice president ! The message was agreed upon by
of Mexico, after Provisional President j the cabinet and president. It was an
General Huerta had assured American : outline of the policies of the new ad
Ambassador Wilson of the safety of ministration.
his prisoners from just such attacks. Specifying portions of the program,
created a serious impression in admin-! the message said that there should be
istration circles here. I n immediate investigation of the ex-
Aftr readin the d snatches, the act amount OI money in me treasury.
legislature Tables Resolution Ex
Albany, N. Y. The senate refused
to "express its abhorrence of the sav
age and uncivilized methods of brutal
military despots who have usurped the
reins of government in Mexico." A
resolution to this effect was tabled.
The resolution sought to place the
legislature on record bs urging the
United States government "to with
hold its recognition to the de facto
government of Mexico until it is made
manifest that a government is estab
lished in that revolution-ridden repub
lie with which the civilized nations of
the world may decently maintain dip
Salem In the first ti.unu-y at arms,
Covcrnor West was decnl.-liy worsted
l.y the legislature.
Vetoing the general appropriation
bill, carrying considerably over $1,
H Ml, (Mill and repre-enling practically
the conduct of the main branches of
the state government, he hurled it
back at the legislature with an eva
sive veto message which carried n i
specific reason why In- should apply
su.-h a veto.
The bill was first sent back to the
house, from which it came, and by an
overwhelming vote the member re
fused to sustain him. Coming into
the senate, the governor could muster
but seven votes in his favor.
This is taken as a good criterion of
what w ill hapM-n when he endeavors
to veto other important bills of a sim
ilar nature, wlii.li rumor has had he
Duniway See( Many "Jokers."
Salem Although it has been termed
a "compromise" bill, Is.th in the
house and the senate, the printing bill
placing the state printing plant under
the supervision of the Uianl of control
is not a compromise far as State
I Tinier ininiway is ronrcmel, seen ril
ing to a statement made by that offi
cial. He declares that be is npxisei to
the bill, that it is an effort to place
the printing plant under the control
of union printers, that the bill is full
.if "jokers," and will result in an
expensive form of state printing work.
WOULD FAVOIt GRANTS PASS
Senate Amends Hill (Jiving Tos
Three Months Fishing.
Sulem - After a heated session, dur
ing the course of which a rapid el
change of courtesies was passed, ths
semit.) passt'd the I'ogue River fl-hinj
hill nm.-nd, h o as to allow I'.ranU
I'as thrre. month of cummerrisl
lishing. Si-nator Smith, of l'4 and
Curry, declared that If thene amend
ments were put in he had tw-en givra
assurance that the bill would be de
feated in the house, and further, that
if not defeated in the house, it would
be vetoed by the governor.
The hill, as it came U) the senile,
provided for one month's commercial
lishing at Granta Pass, to vn-n the
lower river ami to allow certain kinds
of fishing for smrt in Jackson county.
Smith, of Josephine, asked for
amendments giving three months of
.commercial fishing at Orsnls Pass,
which were agreed to and the bill sent
back to the house.
Public Service Kill Changed.
Salem -The bill giving the Railroad
commission power to regulate the issu
ance and aaln of stocks and lainda of
public-service corjiorations has pad
the senate. Thompson put through an
amendment that this shall not apply to
operations outside the state, as he said
it would work a great injustice in the
event of a railroad company operating
in Oregon wishing to float stocks and
Is.nds in Texas. The bill la In th
nature of a "blue sky" Isw apply
ing to public-service corporations
Uarkrr Act Is Upheld.
Washington, D. C The Supreme
court of the United States has ended
the attack of the St. Ixmis & South-
Veterans May Take Trip.
Salem - Oregon veterans who
pari in ine name oi 1 .eltyslitirg
be allowed to fight the battle
fusion fin tb irrf.ii,,,! ut,;,.k :.. I...O.. I
' ' ""'' "Mill, ,! Il'l I 1.1 WIS -fljj
to them if the eovernor fit,.,rv,.,.u f...
em railwav unon the validity of thi. ...... k i .n ...u: . .. . ., 1 'ons.
- -" r, niMj.st; p 1 1 1 WOICI1 OHSSI'II nil' Neri.
Patterson of president expressed deep regret, but ; This is in direct line with the efforts
t week 'be- made it clear that he regards the kill- j of a group of deputies who insist that
everv Bible. Dr. Amos
4.u: wwrUn Am lant w??k- he.
LIJIB I. VI. " I IV. v - - , ... ,
, fn. .v.: -7CT, i . WinBsan. extra h..j u: t ; oatata nnH nor. in? as that of one citizen Dy
iijli.Ov; ciiunx i iv i-1 I., , ... r - iiueakiii?! mo cum. -" f ' . - - , , . ,
fancy. $1.25(3.1.50; Red Cheek Pi l gonal property, valued at $60,000, to c't'.zens He sa.d that, although the
pin, extra fancy. $1.25(3,1.75; Ar- , the American Bible society for the United Sutes had done all in its pow-
kansas Black, extra fancy, $1.75(32; j purpofle of translating the Bible into er and all that consistently could be
tirii.1.25: i ii .u: t TnHin nnrlAf- done to save Madero s life, he saw In
choice. 753$1: Rome Beauty, $1.25
f?1.50; Ben Davis, etc., common
pack, 50(3 60c.
Vegetables Artichokes, $1.50 per
dozen; cabbage, leperpound;
rican languages. Dr. Patterson naa
traveled extensively in the Holy Land.
Keen An Eye On Castro.
cauli- I Th. Venezuelan Charge.
flower. $2(3 2.25 per crate; celery, $2 i by tne Colombian
3.4.50: rhubarb. 52.&U per dox,
sprouts, 10c pound; garlic, 6(3 6c; tur
nips, 90c(3$l per sack; f parsnips, 90c
(3$1; carrots, 90c(3$l.
Onions Oregon, $1 per sack.
Potatoes Jobbing prices: Bur
banks, 50c per hundred.
Poultry Hens, 15(316c; broilers,
18(3 20c; turkeys, live, 20c; dressed,
choice, 25c; ducks, 16(3,1 8c ;geege
Eggs Fresh locals, candled, ISjfrj
19c dozen; current receipts, 17i(3;l8c.
Butter Oregon, creamery, cubes,
371c pound; prints, 39c.
Pork Fancy, 10(310fc pound.
Veal Fancy, 14(3;14C pound.
Hops 1912 crop, prime and choice,
16(3;l8c pound; 1913 contracts, 14
Wool Early shorn, east of moun
tains, 15(r20c pound.
Grain Bags 9i(39e each.
Cattle Choice steers, $7.50(38.25;
good, $7(3,7.30; medium, $6.60(37;
choice cows, $6.60(37; srood, $6(3,
t.60; medium, $5. 50(54 6; choice cal
ve, $Smi9: good heavy calves, 96.60
WpT.oO; bull,, $5.6(W.
Mo Mfht, $7.60(38.15; heavy.
Charge, visited the State department
and requested that Cipriano Castro be
placed under strict watch when he
lands on Cuban soil. Castro will re
ceive a hearty welcome to Havana.
Launches will escort him ashore and
he will participate in a triumphal ride
through the city. A banquet will be
given in his honor, in which the mayor
Tobacco Lobbyist Arrested.
Bismarck, N. D. B. J. Ness, of
Grand Forks, was arrested here Wed
the deplorable occurrence at Mexico
City no cause in itself for interven
tion. Neither did the president see any
cause for calling a cabinet meeting
When the first feeling of surprise
China Gets Vast Riches.
San Francisco Sixty millions of
potential wealth stored in 140 wooden
chests sailed for Hongkong Saturday
on the liner Nippon. Maru On the
ship's manifest the consignment is
listed as paper and travels at the mod
est rate of $7 a ton. It will not be
come currency until the notes have
been signed in China. They were
printed in New York. The shipment
was said to be the first set of bank
nesday charged with attempting to notes printed for China since the over-
bribe Representatives A. G. Divet and
L. L. Twitchell in the interests of a
tobacco company which is fighting an
anti-cigarette and anti-snuff bill in the
North Dakota legislature. The com
plaint charges he offered a bribe of
$3500 for their votes against the bill.
throw of the Manchu dynasty and the
establishment of the new republic.
Fort Snelling Troopa'Go.
St. Paul, Minn. The Third Battal
ion of the Fourth Infantry and the
Twenty-eight Infantry, stationed at
Fort Snelling, will immediately depart
for Galveston, Tex., according to an
announcement made by Colonel E. P.
Plummer, commanding officer.
Great Seal Identified.
Richmond, Va. A cablegram from
London announced Wednesday that the
English makers positively had iden- . w . . . ,
tifled the rreat seal of the Southern ron Miwnwonn wpitira.
Confederacy, purchased fast year by Leavenworth, Kan. More troops
Richmond men and sent abroad for the departed Sunday from Tort Leaven-
tK ok I mimnM ot establishing Its authentic- worth. In pursuance of the recent or-
ewes, $45.26; Jamba, $elltf. The seal Is regarded as the most I der directing practically the entire
valuable Confederate renc ' garrison to proceed to u aires ton.
the Maderos looted the treasury and
should be punished.
"The revolutionary element," said
Senor de la Barra in the message,
"those who cherished ideals of demo
cracy and liberty and for those fought,
will find in the new government a dis
position to be frank and firm and anx
ious to aid in the emplantation of
those1 principles which have for their
object the betterment of the condition
of the citizens."
Diaz Continues In Egypt.
Cairo, Egypt The statement pub
lished in the United States that Por
firio Diaz, the former dictator of Mex
ico, had returned to Cairo from his
trip up the Nile is without foundation.
General Diaz, who is still in his daha
beah on the Nile, replied to a tele
graphic Inquiry with the following dis
"Luxor, Feb 22. I feel I cannot
express any opinion on the Mexican
situation. My absolute aloofness Yrom
the policies of my country precludes
me from doing it"
Madero's Townsmen Aroused.
Matamoras, Mex. News of the kill
ing of Madero and Suarez caused in
tense excitement in this part of Mex
ico. In Moneterey, the home of the
Maderos, it is said an uprising is
Madero's Secret Service Chief Safe.
Mexico City Felix Somerfeld, a
German, chief of Madero's secret serv
ice, has not been captured. His
whereabouts are known to his friends,
who ssy that he is safe for the pres
ent, at least I
Came Itirds Get Protection.
Salem - The house passed senate bill
1 !.", by lican, providing for the pro-
"v'p tccti.,n of game birds. While there
objection to some of its prwvis
it was admitted by many of the
Barker act of Arkansas, which re- t w..,i.,i,.., . , members to be iM-tter In most resi-erw
quired the furnishing of cars upon re- appropriation of $r,.,0 t. pay h . ex-' " T ST Z
quest of shippers, by directing the pensei of the veterans back to th,. c, I-' i t i"i. 7"". '
dismissal of the railway's suit in the ebration 'of the fioth a nniv-rsa y f 1 ,','l7 t M framej s.,Wy or h.
Federal courts of that state. The the battle ,mw.,t..r. ....... 1! U'm'flt of ("rtsmen, as against ths
court declined to annul the law as nrartieullw ....... . I rmer, but Nichols, who is a farmer,
declared that the sportsmen had con
ceiled many things to the farmers and
that he was Well pleased with it.
the battle. SiiiitM,rt..r .0....1
annul the law as nrarticallv pvitu -i,.i., ; tt..:.
being a regulation of interstate com- has passed a bill of similar imts.rt
merce. but did not find it necessary
to decide the validity of the law from
Men Deny Making Threat.
Hull Mootte Still May Roam.
Salem -If the governor approves,
hulls over one year of age will not be
allowed tn run at I,.-.... L...
Trenton, N. J. Seeley Davenport mons in certain counties of the state
o , .-.h,u yu,.,. u,r ., .on mreai- as Hlanchard's house bill to that eff.
I enincr the life of President-elnet W . ..,.... . ... . . .'
" . , - . . ... . ' ..n.-.i in.: senate w cones. lay.
T , Z . M ... , :J. ',. au,r fmitn, mq and
juuge v,niss in me .uniieu mates (lis- geHted that the bill be
irici coun. i ney were commuted to to nlacn tho u,,.-.i
amonded so as
moose" after th
word "hull," but this was uproarious-
.his county was n.
jail without bail to await trial, prob
ably next week. The men, who were y v(,t,H iWn
arrested last December in New Jer- eluded in the bill, so that the new l ili
....... ,ln.,K io tne present law
written letters to Mr, Wilson threat-1
ening that unless he forarrM them : Printing F.xpert Causes Deadlock
money they would take his life. SnI((rnThfi ,,iHllltllro
"Arson Trust" Hit Again. j Sh?,SrU'-"r
vr v i. tu j K e of B,"ln Printing expert
New York The so-called "arson over an amendment slipped in in ihn
trust" was dealt snother blow when house, which r.r,.vi,i,.. .L. .L "ln"
the second of a score of its alleged , who would take the place of the s hip
mAmtiaM ii rwf a a rraor anas I -.:.: ' 1 ' malt
members under arrest was cnnvieteri nr ni;n .
. . , , ... : , , 14 miouKi nave
A Supreme court jury deliberated less powers and .lull... ,u-.
than an hour before finding George C. The senate has decided to refill
Grutz an insurance broker, guilty of amendment and will pmbably maTnta"n
arson In the second degree. Justice that attitude. y maintain
Longer Session l'p to House Now.
Salem-Shnuld the house concur In
the seriate amendments to Lawrence's
resolution the people 0f the state will
t callpfl tinnn w.A l
Peking-Hundreds of Inhabitants of of whether the .V.n . T n
the province of Fu Kien have been sion, and whether th, I "Ji i .
ki.led in the last week or so while of- shou',,, l?f ' Jt'Sj
fering armed resistance to the govern- services. The $5 a ,lav feati.
ment troops engaged In destroying , placing a $.1 . ,)ny p"ropoiJt,n
a - , n mo amendment made bv the
report received here. I senate. 7
GofT remanded him for sentence.
Gurtz and Robert J. Robin, an insur
ance adjuster, will face a maximum
prison term of 25 years.
Chi ncM Killed Defending Poppies,
Capitol Addition Favored.
Salem Carrying an emergency
clause the bill providing for $100,000
to romplele the additional capitol
building at Salem and for a heating
plant and furnishings passed the sen
ate. Stewart protested against ths
bill, saying that while he expected to
vote for It, ho disliked and wished to
pronounce wrong a method whereby an
appropriation is passed at one session,
with it written in the law that no
mom should be used, and then to coins
back for aa much again or more, two
New County Hill Defeated.
Salem The "secession" Idea of cre
ating new counties met a decisive de
feat in the senate when it came up as
a special order of business.
Calkins endeavored to amend ths
bill so that it would provide for an ar
bitration board to decide upon ths
proper county boundary line. An
effort to secure a committee of the
whole failed, and thus the amendment
went by the board. On motion of
Dimick the bill was Indefinitely post
poned. Hospital llili Is Passed.
..- , appropriation lull, car
rying $2H2,2H0 for the Eastern Ore
gon hospital for the insane, passed the
senate without a dissenting vote. The
appropriation Includes $187,000 for
maintenance tiurnnana n.l k. k.i
I, -- i . tiiQ umnom
is to be used for improvements and