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COURIER ESTABLISHED MAY, 1883
HERALD ESTABLISHED JULY, 1893
INCEFEHDENT ESTABLISHED 1898
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1902
19th YEAR, NO. 38
OF OREGON CITY
0LD1ST BANKING HOUSE IN THE CIT
Chas H. Cautield, President
Geo. a. Harding, vice-President
K t. AH FIELD, Cashier
General banking business transacted
Deposits received subject to ehi ck
Approved bills and notes discounted
County and city warrants bought
Loans made on available security
Exchange bought and sold
Collections made promptly
Drafts Bold available in any part of the world
Telegraphic excha ge sold on Fortlanu, San
Francisco, Chioago and New York
Interest paid on time deposits
D. & D. C. LATOURETTE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Keal Estate and Probate Law
Office in Commercial Bank Building
OREGON CITY OREGON
of OREGON CITY
capital $100,000 "
Transacts a general banking business
Makes loans and collections, discounts Mlis
buys and sell b domestic and foreign exchonKf,
and receives deposits subject to ohnck.
Open from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
D. C. Latottbfttb,
T. J. MBTa
THE PIONEER EXPRESSMAN
Prompt delivery to all pans of the city
OREGON CITY OREGON
0. W. Eastham G. B. Pimick
J)IMICK & EASTHAM
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Commercial, Real Estate and Probate Law Rpecia
ties, Abstract of Title made, Money leaned.
Reference, Bank of Oregon City
ORKGON CITY OREGON
L. L. PICKENS
PriceB Moderate . All Operations Guaranteed.
Empress, who took the hand of each of
them. They wer next presented to
the emperor, who also shook hands
with them. The guists then retired to
an antp-room. The Dowager Empress,
entering the room, grasped Mrs. Con
ger's hand, which she held for some
minutes, trembling, weening and sob
bing loudly and exclaiming in broken
sentences that the attack on the "lega
tions was a terrible mistake, and that
she repented it bitterly. In reply. Mrs. ;
Conger assured her that the past would j
be forgotten. Bracelets and rings of i
great value were then placed on Mr. '
Conger's wrists and Sneers. Other la
dies of the diplomatic come were then
presented and warmly greeted. Fol
lowing the reception a banquet was
wd. The Dowager Empress talked:
animatedly. Bhe said that tlhina
would abandon her policy of isolation
and adopt the best featnres of Western
life and would send many students Kg
abroad. Afterward the Dowager Em- Wjj
press and the Empress mingled with
their guests, and her majesty conversed
with every one, and particularly noticed
the children. The emperor "was ad
dressed through an interpreter, aud
bowed without speaking.
There is a lively row at the Cheney,
Wash., normal school, between the
president and two trustees.
Continued on page 7.
r HOB ATE COURT.
J)R. GEO. IIOEYE ,
All work warranted and satisfaction guaranteed
Cruwn and Bridge work a Bpooialty
OREGON CITY OREGON
J)R. FRANCIS FREEMAN
traduate of Northweeleru Culvaraity Dental
School, alio of American Collega !
DenUl Surgaty. Chicago
OREGON CITY OREGON
Friday, January 31.
Oregon A dispatch from Wash
Rangers ington states that the Ore
Best, gon senators and represen
tatives have united in
signing a letter, which they will lay be
fore the secretary of the interior, with
'he appeal of Governor Geer, the chief
justice, and two associate justices of the
state, besides other officials and promi
nent citizens of Oregon, vigorously pro
testing against the displacement of Ore
gon men, who have shown by their
work thev are efficient as forest rangers,
and further protesting against the dis
placement of Oregon men as forestry of
ficers in the reserves of that state, and
the substitution of Eastern men in their
stead. We are of the opinion," says
the delegation, "that there are many
men residing in Oregon, who, by both
education and long experience of forest
life, are as fully capab e of filling these
positions as are 'men from the East, who
are mere theoribts, and who have never j
had any experience in connection with
this important subject. We trust, in
the selection of foresters in the future,
these statements will have careful con
Norfolk, Va., had a half-million dol
The new charter commission of Port
land votes to pay ronncilmen $5 for
each meeting attended
A dispatch from Spokane states that
the Northern Pacific's timber lands in
Eastern Washington are rapidly passing
to new owners. The sale of 8,000 acres
near Milan, Wash., to the Sawmill
Phoenix, is announced today. W. C,
Edwards, of the Elk mills, has also pur
chased 9000 acres. Sales aggregating
about 60 square miles to mill-owners
have been announced this week. The
Northern Pacific has two or three hun
dred thousand actes of timber land in
Saturday, February 1.
Wade Jack Wade and William
And H. Dalton, who murdered
Dalton James B. Morrow in Port
Hung, land, about two months
previous, were hanged in
the court hsuse square in Portland at
7 :30 yesterday morning. Wade walked
to the gallows in a state of indifference,
and advised his audience to avoid ''the
tracks of Jack." Dalton said : "Thoueh
I received salvation behind tiia bars. 1 1 fmptessed with his high class intellect
glorify the name of the Heavenly mil oratory, and were visibly impressed
Father, forever and forever," he con- wfth new thoughts, after hearing some
eluded after his farewell address. He historical facts presented in a new light,
also said, "I do not know ifmv friends The speaker proved by Holy Writ and
will do as I do, but I do know that the 1 concurrent history that Isiael laid the'
Saviour who shed his precious blood for Inundation ol all that is best and mor-
nie will bring me into the house of life." i any superior in me ona. iiie jews
Wade was apparently tearful, and some . furnished the principles of law, govern-
people in the crowd seemed to think it mens all from tbe Mosaic law. Ihe
all justa little amusing "Temptation i Jews iurnisneu uie oiuie oiu ami new.
s the ruin of many a man it." JJalton unrisi was a jew, me son oi a jewisn
went on. "I prav for you my dear boys, moilier. ine .lews had given tne world
and it' there is an fnfidel in thia crowd I a religion. Christ had been crucified
I'll give my life for his saving. I'll do
it I I'll do it, and I praise the Lord for
giving me strength to say so." Wsde
had a bravado air, and said but little
Plows Harrows Drills
OW is the time that the WIDE AWAKE FARMER
is looking where he can buy the best goods for the
least money, and he always decides on the
Canton P & 0. Plows and Harrows
because they run easier and do better work than any other.
n 'ii 101
un s ana aeea
Judge Ryan Made Several
den During the Week.
In the matter of the estate of James
N. Miller, deceased, Mrs. Miller
was appointed administratrix. Fred
Williams, Patrick Harris and A. J.
Owonby were appointed appraiser of
An order of final settlement was
made in the matter of the estate James
McKenzie, deceased, Jennie McKenzie,
administratrix, final distribution was
An order was made granting T. P.
Randall, administrator of the estate of
John Green, deceased,
a new bond.
authority to file
110 W SOME THINGS LOOK TO
A MAN UP A TREE.
PERSONS who heard Rabbi Wise's
lecture on "Israel's Gifts to the World,"
before the Mens' Club at tne Congrega
tional chcrch last week, were favorably
Are the Standard of the World. They work in all soils
and are a' positive Force Feed, and will sow alt kinds
grain without cracking the seed. If you contemplate buy
ing a Drill or Seeder investigate the Superior.
Now is the time to Pull the Stumps out of your
field. We have the machinethe Steel Clad Grubber
It will pull half an acre while while you set some other
machines. Come -and investigate this before buying a
You will also find a full and complete line of Farm
and Spring Wagons, Buggies, Garden Tools, Pumps,
Wind Mills, &c.
iORTHWEST IMPLEMENT IiOMPMIY,
?00 FRONT STREET,
W. W. OHRISTI1, D. o.
C. D. LOTS, D. O.
(Sraduales of American Schol of Osteopathy.
BucoesBfully treat all chionic disease!
by mechanical manipulation.
Examination and consultation free.
Office hours: 8 to 12 and 1 to 4, except Bundar.
Rooms 8 and 4, Stevens Building
QEEGON CITY OBEGOK
DEAL IB IN
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY
Silverware and Spectacles
CAN BY OREGON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Stevens Building, opp. Bunk ( Oregon City
nilROON CITY OREGON
QEO. T. HOWARD
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
At Red Front, Court House Block
C. STRICKLAND, M. D.
(Hospital and Private Experience)
Special attention paid to Catarrh and Chronic
Office hours: 10 to 12, a. m.; 4 to 6, p. m.
OBEGOS CITY OREGON
0. Schuebel W. S. U'REN
JJREN & SCHUEBEL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
i JDtutf (Set EbDoIal
Will practice In all courts, make collections
and settlements of estates, furnish abstracts of
title, lend you money and lend your money on
Srst mortgage. Office in Enterprise building.
OREGOX CITY OBKQON
ROBERT A. MILLER
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Will practice In all Coirts of the State
Welnhard Building, Opposite Court House
OREGON CITY, OREGON
The drop of the rope killed Dalton in
two minutes, but Wade breathed about
12 minutes. About 400 people were
present at the hanging, having ac
cepted invitations to be present. Dal
ton' spiritual advisors, the Marshals,
were with him to the last. After the
autopsy, the bodies were turned over to
tbe coroner for burial.
Oregon's coyote scaip bounty laws
will cost about $250,000.
The Biddies, the Pittsburg murderers,
who escaped from the ptnitentiary and
were killed, the effects of shots fired by
their captors. Mrs. Soffel, the warden's
wife, who assisted in tleir escape, at
tempted suicide, but will recover.
England replies to the Dutch note on
pence in South Africa.
The city of Medford is restrained from
removing the wires of the Oregon Tele
phone and lelegnph Company.
The second district congressional re
rubiican central committee will meet in
Portland February 8th.
TrarapB bind and gag 10 Chinese gar
deners near Seattle, iind rob them.
The Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany is putting up large tanks at Ash
land and points eouth, preparatory lo
burning oil for fuel.
Rt'V. II. Gould, a prominent Metho
difit Episcopal minister, was todav noui
inated at Newberg as the Prohibition
candidate for congress from the lirst
cnngreesional district. The delegates
met in Newberg to complete their
ticket. Uonsiderable enthusiasm was
manifested Rev. A.J Hunsaker, the
nominee of the nominee of the party for
governor, addressed a mass meeting in
Sunday Morning, February 2,
Chinese At Pekin yesterday, the
Empress Dowager Empress and Em
Repents, peror received the ladies and
children of the diplomatic
corpi in the palace. The audience was
the most revolutionary event since the
retiun of the court to Pekin. . The ex
clusiveness of Chinese royalty and the
prejudices against the meeting of the
sexes was waived and the function was
less formal than is usual in the Euro-
Dean courts. The Dowager Empress
occupied the throne, w:th a brilliant as
semblage of princesses and court ladies
about her. The emperor wag seated on
a small platform in the center of the
room The visitors, upon entering,
bowed twice to the emperor, and several
of them ascended to the throne und
bowed to the Dowager Empress. Mn.
Conger, wife of United States Minister
Conger, as doveness of the diplomatic
corps, read a speech, which was trans
lated by Secretary Williams. The Dow
ager Empresses' reply was exceedingly
friendly in tone, it was in part as Jul
lows: "Laat ear tbe dissension" in
the palace caused a revolution which
compelled our hasty departure, but it is
a great gratification to us that our re
turn to tbe capital has caused such re
joicing io China and abroad." Baron
Zzinkaun, the Austrian minister, and
doyen, of th diplomatic corps, pre
sented all the ladies to the Dowager
for the world, and the Jews were still
being crucified. They had been perse
cuted, suffered death, because they were
Jews all for their religion. Even now
there being peisecuted in Roumania,
Russia and Germany. In pointing a fin
ger of scorn at the Jews they say that
Judas was a Jew, but they forget that
Christ was a Jew, It was the Romans,
not the Jews that crucified Christ. The
Jews from the beginning, have ever
been earnest pleaders of liberty.
It is a fact, however, not touched upon
iu Rabbi Wise's lecture, the Jews of
America, E. gland and France are the
financiers, the politicians, statesman
and merchants of these countries. Not
only this, but they are distinguishing
themselves in the professions, journal
ism, the Btage, and are prominent ev
SOME county papers are printing
lists of the heavy taxpayers. As the
present assessment law does not pro
vide for deduction of indebtedness, the
amount of tax some individuals pav, is
no indication of their wealth. A per
son may be mortgaged for more than he
isworth, and have his name on many
security bonds, yet if his debts were
paid, he would not own a spot to lay hit
head. In the old days w hen the asses
eor deducted indebtedness it was possi
ble to know who were the owners of
IT is a noteworthy fact that the busi
ness of Oregon City had increased to ap
preciable proportions during the past!
yeur. There wera an increased num
ber of mercantile houses, and it
took a small army of clerks in the ag
gregate to wait on the numerous cus
tomers at certain seaBOiin of the yeur.
Of course, there is a reason for this im
proved condition of affairs. The princi
pal cause was the improvement of sev
eral county roads leading to the city.
President Cross and other members of
the board having labored diligently to
this end. Good roads leading from cer
tain sections enabled the people to
drive to tbe county seat with comfort.
The establishment of a commission
house also materially aided in making
Oregon City a better market town. All
these things encouraged the merchants
to keep better and larger stocks. The
banks claim that the deposits have ap
preciably increased from the sections
tapped by improved roads during the
past year. Oregon City needs more of
these roads to connect other sections of
A NUMBER of Clackamas county
farn crs raised dollar wheat during the
past season. However, ft was marketed
in the form of hog flesh. Thousands of
hogs in the aggregrate, were butchered
by Clackamas county farmers, and but
very little wheat was sold in the raw
s 71 (figure for yourself!
LL &Z9 ou can can eas''y see hw soon small savings will amount to a
' j-M considerable sum. We watch out fcr your daily savings, and want
IftwLlJ you to keep track of llicm, seeing how soon your savings will come
22ir" to a dollar, and then how the dollars multiply.
r ' I
If you buy things for your table
dishes and the like you ought to see
that they are of good quality.
6 handled cups and saucers for 50c.
Your room has limitations, The
right paper will improve it, the wrong
paper will mar it. The color and
figure are both important. Our
variety is great enough to enable us to
jrst suit you and your room.
Prices will astonish you, 5c per
IT looks as though Receiver Gallo
way might hold down his place in the
local land office for some time to come.
Simon is evidently getting in some tell
ing work in holding np Bi bee's appoint
ment. It bas been hinted that Simon
wants George A. Steel appointed regis
ter of tbe Oregon City land office, and
might consent to a compromise on this
;, ,h , A,
Isn't a monoply. It isn't reasonable for any maker lo
claim to make the best. Here are mattresses that are the
equals of any mattresses you can buy, and prices are lower
than you'd pay elsewhete for the same goods.
All Wool Mattren $1.65 Cotton Felt Mattress $15.00
Combination " 350 Laminated " 10,00
Hair Mattress from $7.00 to $16.00
Moas " $5.00