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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1906.
Shoots Down Former Fiancee
and Three Others From
Ambush at Boise.
BULLET ENDS TRAGEDY
Henry Neubaunier Paid for Educa
tlon of OIlie Powell With Alaska
Gold, and Then She Dis
BOISE, Idaho, Jan. 22. A sensational
tragedy occurred here at 3 o'clock this
morning. Henry Neuebaumer. the prlnci
pal in the affair, lies dead with a bullet
through the head, fired by his .own hand
and four victims of his desire to kill arc
in the hospital. Theie are:
Ollle Powell, aged "3, suffering from seven
wounds caused by buckshot, one of which is
in the right lung.
Mrs. Robert Gray, shot In the hip.
Lafayette Gray, aged 21, con of Mrs. Rob
ert Gray; one shot in the abdomen, one In
the right temple, right arm broken and
three fleeh wounds.
Lillian Gray, sister of Lafayette. 18 years
old; flesh wound In right arm and right side.
The three first-named are In a serious con
The Powell girl, employed as a clerk
was stopping with the Gray family. Across
the street from their home was a bill
board, and just back of that the wall of a
livery barn shed. Neuebaumor secreted
himself behind the billboard and the shed
and used a hole in the board as a port
Girl Is Shot First.
Miss Powell and Lafayette Gray came
out of the house. A charge of buckshot
brought the girl down. The young man
was shot as he stood on the porch.
Neuobaumer reloaded his gun, and at
that moment Mrs. Gray and her daugh
tcr opened the door and stepped out. He
fired both barrels at them. Robert Gray
also ran out, and one shot from a fifth
charge cut his suspender.
After a few moments those gathering
heard another shot behind the billboard
and found Neuebaumer lying dead with a
pistol ball through his head.
Tseuebaumer was a Klondike mining
man, and was estimated to have been
worth anywhere from $150,000 to 5500,000.
Until 1897 he lived at Caldwell, 30 miles
from Boise, pursuing the business of a
blacksmith, and accumulated considerable
property. In 1897 he went to the Klon
dike, and prospered there. He was at
tached to the Powell girl, a daughter of
John Powell, of Caldwell, and furnished
the money for her education. She had
promised to marry him, but it had been
put off from time to time.
Fiancee Runs Away.
In November he came from Alaska to
claim her. At 'that m time -he gave fier
some J120O for her trousseau. The time
was sot for the wedding, but the night
before, she left home with Lafayette
Gray, coming to Boise. ICeuebaumer
hunted her up and had her arrested for
taking the clothing and some property
The case was settled out of court, and
he went back to Alaska. He reappeared
here January 17, but kept woll out of
From a great number of letters left by
him it is apparent he had carefully
planned the rrime. The day he arrived
here he deeded over all his property in
this locality to a brother, Edward Neuc
baumer of Jamestown, cal.
EX-SHERIFF PUT ON" . TRIAL
C. P. Davis Is Accused of Larceny
of Umatilla County Money.
PENDLETON. Or., Jan. 22. (Special.)
The trial of C. P. Davis, ex-Sheriff of
Umatilla-County, who Is charged with the
larcenv of J4200 of nubile mnnpv. was he
gun this morning in the Circuit Court-'
.eecause oi tne prominence ot the defend
ant and his family in this city and county
tne case is vattractlng much attention
The Courtroom Was filled thrnmrhnnt tn
day's proceedings with people from all
parts ot xne county.
Eleven Jurors were secured at the
close of the day's session, all of whom
were either farmers or stockmen. The
Jurors are: Peter Gelss, Joseph Cuhna,
John W. Keen, E. E. Lahue, John Wy
rick. Edward Brehm. Kenneth McRae,
A. G. Buholts, D. E. Cargill, W. L. War
ren and A. C. Cargill.
Late this afternoon the reirular veni
became exhausted and it was necessary
iu bumraon a special venire. J. A Fee,
counsel for the defense, raised objections
to the special Jurors, on the grounds that
they had been summoned by Sheriff Tay
lor, one of the principal witnesses for tho
state. The question was debated at
length between Attorney Fee and Prose
cuting Attorney Phelps. The court final
ly yielded and issued an order to Coroner
Henderson to summon the special jury.
STEEVES OUT FOR CONGRESS
Lieutenant-Governor of Idaho Form
ally Announces Candidacy.
BOISE, Idaho. Jan. 22. (Special.) The
Statesman will tomorrow publish an in
terview with Lieutenant-Governor B. L.
Steeves, of "W'eiser. formally announcing
his candldacy for the nomination for Rep
resentative in Congress to succeed Bur
ton Xt French. He .says:
I have determined to become a candidate
for the Congressional nomination. This
resolution has been formed alter mature de
liberation and in the light of a great many
letters from prominent men In all parts of
the state urging me to enter the fleldi Ever
since the adjournment ot the Legislature a
great ma'hy people hare urged me atfdiffer
cnt times by letter or in personal Interview
to become a candidate. Those urging me to
It .1 . tei are Incn of sucn standing
mat tnelr views have influenced me In large
measure to go into the contest.
Having definitely decided to -ak the Re
publican convention to same me for this
high -place. I feel that I should now announce
. 1 .? 5hat the People may have a full
bpportun ty to consider the matter before the
m shall arrive for making the nomination.
APPEARS IN MARQUA3I CASE
O. F. Paxton Asks Supreme Court to
Grant Extension of Time.
SAP- 0r-' Ja?" (SpeciaU-Attor-ney
A. F Paxton. of Portland, today filed
notice of his appearance as an attorney in,
the Marquam case and also asked that the
Supreme Court grant an extension of time
in which to file a petition for a rehearing
Mr. Paxton said he had Just been retained
in the case, and because the reoeris are i
voluminous he has not bad time to exam
ine them fully. He and his associates be
lieve there were some points In the case
overlooked by the Supreme Court in the
decision rendered some time ago. and It
was for the purpose of examining Into
these questions that Mr. Paxton desired
an extension of time for filing the peti
tion for rehearing.
The time for filing the petition will ex
pire February 1. In the petition, when
filed, the attorneys must set forth tho rea
sons which they believe to exist why the
Supreme Court should grant a rehearing
of the case upon its merits. The Supreme
court win pass upon the request for an
extension of time In a few days.
SKULLS HIDDEN UNDER MAT
Grewsomc Find' Is Made by Ship
wrecked Sailors of King David.
VICTORIA. B. C. Jan. 22.-Wh.ile h
shpiwrecked seamen of the King David
were on the beach on Bajos Point, they
located an abandoned Indian hut which
contained 15 skulls hidden beneath a mat.
They were obviously those of Indians.
When the crew was rescued by the
steamer Queen City they were preparing
to dispatch a second boat to Cape Bcale.
a voyage on which a boat's crew of seven
men had been lost.
California Town is Anxious to
Enter Basebali League.
Athletic Clubrooms Opened.
M'MINNVILLE. Or., Jan. 22. .Special.)
Saturday night the new clubrooms of
the City Athletic Association were opened
for the first time. The rooms are well
equipped with Indoor apparatus. Several
boxing bouts were witnessed by about 200
GIRL PLANNED ELOPEMENT
RUNAWAYS FROM CALIFORNIA
CAPTURED AT ROSEBURG.
J. L. Langlcy, Aged 47, "Was the
Companion of Clara Maze, a
Forward Miss of 14 Years.
ROSEBURG, Or.. Jan. 22. (Special.)
With 14-yoar-old Clara Maze. Jesse L.
Langley, aged 47. was arrested on a train
from the south last night, and held here.
Instructions had been wired from Mar
tinez, Cal. Langley is charged with fcl
Langley and the girl eloped from Mar
tlnez Friday, and walked 15 miles through
the rain and mud from Antioch to Brent'
wood, where they arrived early the next
morning, passing themselves off there as
husband and wife. - Close behind them
pursued angry relatUcs and officers of the
law, but the pair had obtained a good
start, and the authorities were unable
to apprehend them before they crossed
the Oregon border.
Langley Is a prominent member of the
Methodist Church at Martinez, of which
church the girl is also a member. He is
a prosperous contractor, and was engaged
In building an opera-house at Antioch,
Cal. From letters found upon him it is
apparent the girl made the arrangements
for the elopement. James Duffy, who ac
companled her on a previous escapade
about six months ago, is now serving a
term at San Quentln.
ANTIOCH. Cal.. Jan. 22. fKnoclnl.'
There Is grave trouble in store for J. I.
Langley. who eloped with Clara Maze, the
ii-j-ear-oia gin. irom nere Friday. The
mother of the clrl went to Martina thin
afternoon and swore to a. irarranf fnr
Langley s arrest on a very serious charge.
consiaoie wneeunan. or Antioch. will
leave here Tuesday to bring the couple
now detained at Roseburir. Or., to thl
city, xne parents of tne girl say they
will never consent to her marrlar in
A few months Iltrn thi Mn irlrl fic-iii-ort
In an escanade similar to th ru-pRnt nnn.
james uurcy, her companion at that time.
is now serving a -year sentence. The
girl has never cotten on with fcr
parents, and is said to have talked of
S 00 NOT IE
ENJOY VISIT TO HOME OF FA
At Venice a Bnntl Meets the Beav
ers and Speeches Follow
LOS ANGELPJ!. Cal. .Tan -
cial.) Although they have been on the
road over a week, the members of the
jrexon ueveiotiment lpacma nnrtv
shOW no Slims of fat!ini no Vft nnrl in.
auy tney enjoyed another long: trip
traveling from this cltv in fWan Prlf
Venice and Playa del Rey. On the way
a. stop was maae at tne nome of Paul
Delongpre, the famous California flow
er painter. The host permitted the Ore-
residence and studio anH nririo, tn h
pleasure of the guests by accompanying
mem on me remainacr ot tnelr Journey.
At Ocean Park n short utnv wns
made for tho party to view the beach
aim hi venice me special cars were
met oy a nana and the excursionists
escorted to tho Auditorium t,.Vi
-, - - - . vv. mm
a special concert given in their honor
oy .cuery s liauan nana. C H. Brown
welcomed the Beavers and "his speech
to them was seconded bv M
Burks, of Ocean Park.
H. Dorcn Patton n1fve
clpal address for the Californlans. Gov
ernor Chamberlain responded in a
happy vein, as did Tom Richardson and
H. M. Cake. A, W. Skinner, of the re
ception committee of hi T a...i
Chamber of Commerce, spoke briefly,
followed by Walter Wheat, of Ocean
Later n dlsnlav of davlliriif flrawn..v
was enjoyed and the visitors were In
troduced to manv ntlmctlnnn rnm,.!..
on the Trail at the. J-e.wJs and Clark
'air. a luncneon nas been arranged
for the Orecronlans at tho TJnioi r:rn
at Pasadena for tomorrow, when they
will also take in San Gabriel and other
Pacific Coast Telegraphic Briers.
Aberdeen. Wash. fSnrtnl "k t t tm.i.
bUBlneBB manager ot the Dally Bulletin, -well
Known in Portland and in Puset Sound, re
slimed yesterday to accept a position elsewhere.
Helena. Mont. V"!r Attmi:A tr -i. t j
ders shoe store at Livingston. Damage
about J2300. with building and contents fully
?;SULe1iiW TnornP'On. of Tacoma. owned
CoqulUe. Or. Th
- 'J " v.fc UUI
lew days nam iirnttpht- u v. . j
from the south, fork or the Coqullle. There
remain two years' cutting on Hall's Creek,
which will probably come out' at the next
ireshet. The booms are all full, and lops
otuV,u a everj- nooK and cranny .of the
river. Most mills on the river will soon ma
two shifts a day in consequence.
Arlington. Or. Anton TtaiAn t.h
head powder man for Henrr &3ecFee, sub-
cuuiraciors lor consiracuon worlc on the
Portland Smttlo Ttallruii
- - - . nrimj.
ton, on the Columbia, was Instantly killed
Sunday night by rocks falling- froaa a blast
he had Just discharged.
Helena. Mont. Th ntemttor nr tv,.
tana Press Association will leave Batte, Sat-
Angeles and Southern California points, as
guests of the Oregon Short Line xnd the
San Peare, Los Aagelet fc Salt Lake Kail-
SEASON TO BE SHORTER
Clubs From the Pacific Coast Will
Be Well Represented in What
Promises to Be Long Session
at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 22. (Special.)
TomOPTOnr mnrnlnr. Via mnoi I m nnr.
tant meeting ever held by tho officials
of the Pacific Coast League will take
Dlace in thn office of TriAint "Rirt
in this city. Thero Is sure to be a long
session ana it win probably be several
days before everything Is taken up and
considered and finally decided upon. Al
most every club in the league has a
bone to pick and It will be a case of
give and take on all sides if absolute
harmony is desired. As tho northern
directors are anxious to get away as
speedily as possible, there will no doubt
be both day and night sessions held.
Jim Morley, who will represent Los
Angciee, is already on the ground, as
also arc Judtre McCredl. n.hn tv-m innv
after Portland's Interests, and Mike
isner. the homeless magnate. Cal Ew
ing will represent Oakland, while Clu
nie and Bert will attend to San Fran
Jim Agnew and Russ Hall are now
SPCCdlnRT toward San Franolsr. try .na
that Seattle gets a square deal and
oenrauer. one ot tne Tarnma'o flnK m
cials, has teJcgraphed that he will be
on nana, just what th lnttnr lias in
mind nobody seems to Tcnow. Whether
ne wants tne rrancnise to be given
again to Tacoma or has a new scheme
to spring on the directors even Mike
"wicr aoes not Know, so until he
reaches the seen thn ohionf nt v t
COming Will be Simnlv n mntfoi- of .nn.
Fresno will make a, strong bid for a
AtailuiDH al.il 1 win rnm l ttr n'1 1 .
cicnt financial sunnort m harV i
application. It Is also rumored that Bill
xianion win endeavor to get Sacramen
to In the lcatruc OllCi mnro Tn a
or so this much-mooted question will
c euivca. dui n surely looks like
Fresno at the prcsetft writing.
Two important chanrcK that .ih
lively be made, however nr th hnnn.
ing of the playing season and the reduc
tion in the prlco of admission -ahiv,
be placed at the old figure of 23 cents. The
35-ccnt basis was an absolute failure.
wmie inc. expense of running a club as
late in the year n nnvmiw tn
benches was too costly an experiment to
ue inueo wun any more. Almost every
manager is heartily In favor r th
The point that will cans crt nr
discussion, and will only be decided after
much oratory. Is the division of the gate
receipts. The smaller towns are going to
make a strenuous kick on the present di
vision. The Seattle renresintatlvi -h-ih
come to the meeting with instructions to
ugni. ior a more equttauie division of the
gate receipts. Oakland will back up the
northern towns in this Important matter.
By the present arrangement the vlKitins-
club gets only 30 ner cent of th rrnut re
ceipts. In the Eastern cities ih vlnltlnc-
clubs get an even cut of the gross admis
sion receipts, the home club retaining the
granasiana money, t orty per cent will
enable the travellnsr clubs to hronir n'fin
on the road and there will then be less
grumoung Dy all concerned when, the ex
penses run high on a big Jump. It would
not be surarislnc to see Seattle A rnn nut
if they do not carry this point.
ii.wing also is In favor of dropping the
clubs on the northern circuit.
Morley is noncommittal on the subject, be
is iUKcwarm over retaining them. .
Another question which will come be
fore the meetlnrr is the niacin? of o limit
on the salary of the players. The north
ern clubs are strongly in favor of estaiv
llshlng ar salary limit.
CALL TO THE SHINGLE MEN
Proposed to Keep the. Mills Closed I
Three "Weeks Longer.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Jan. 22. SneciaU
Dan Baas, of the shingle mills bureau,
issued a call today for a mass meetlnir of
shingle mlllmen. to be held here Satur
day, to consider the advisability of ex
tending tne 60-day. closed season, that
ends on February L three wks inn ppr.
It is believed that during the first three
weexs ot .February the weather in the
East will be so Inclement as to retard, if
not entirely prevent, all building opera
tions and as a consequence seriously af
fect the demand for shingles.
With a three weeks' loncpr drvi ru
riod it Is believed "that the demand for-
shingles will be coincident with the open
ing oi tne mills. About SO per cent of
the mills In the state have abided hv th
60-day closed period. If CO per cent attend
tho meeting Saturday and agree to a
three weeks' longer closed season th
movement, Bass Kays, will be a success.
Washington supplies about 75 per cent of
me sningies used in the United States.
the Cascade Mountains the depth of snow
reached from three to five feet, and traf
fic to Klamath County by way of the
Klamath Lake Railroad from Thrall was.
blockaded completely for four days, oe
Ins nartlnllv broken Saturday nlcht.
Thc train which left Thrall Thursday
morning was stalled in the snow six
miles from Pokegama, the terminus,
which Is located In the heart of the big
pine timber belt, where the snowfall
reached a depth of nearly five feet. A'
dozen passengers were held snowbound
there for three days and two nights
while the engine and crew endeavored
to clear the track ahead to Pokeeama.
They lived in a combination passenger
car. a good supply or canned goods for
tunately being on board among the
freight bound for Klamath Falls.
President CamnbeM. of the Statn T'nt
versltv. was amonz the nassenrer nnt
falling to get through to fill the engage
ment to lecture oeiore tne institute In
session at Klamath Falls, he turned back
oaiuraay evening ana rcacnea Asniand
Sunk Others Money In Mining.
BAKER CITY. Or.. Jan. 22. (Spe
cial.) J. c. Marcum. the secretary and
treasurer ot the Bourne Miners' Union.
Is confined In the county lall. unable
to raise $500 bail to secure his liberty
until tne next term of the Circuit
Court. He is charged with having em
bezzled of the Miners Union's
Marcum Is an old man and has ni
ways been one of the most prominent
and trusiwonny miners of the Baker
district. He has held many positions
of trust. In this Instance he went
Into developments too far and was un
able to extricate himself.
FATAL DUEL WITH COUGAR
LANE COUNTY HUNTER KILLED
BY HIS OWN RIFLE.
Clubbed with "Weapon When the
Wounded Beast Closed In for
the Death Struggle.
EUGENE", Or., Jan. 22. (Special.)
John R. Goldson, a well-known saw
mill man, who resided 30 miles west of
Eugene, met death yesterday In a des
perate tight with a large cougar, by an
accidental shot from his own rifle.
Goldson wasout with a number of
other men for a cougar hunt. The
men separated and worked in different
directions. After a time shots were
heard in the direction Goldson had
taken, and also calls for help. His
companions went to the place as
quickly as possible and found Goldson
dead upon the ground and a wounded
cougar crouching In a thicket of brush
near by. A bullet hole In Goldson's
breast showed that Tie had died from a
shot from his own rifle.
From the appearance of the sur
roundings it was clearlv sren what
had happened. Goldson had come upon
the cougar and shot It, but did not hit
a vital spot. The couirar then mnda
for its assailant, who' dispatched sev
eral more bullets at It. some"of them
wounding the animal. The hunter had
supposed he had fired the Inst Inari
from his gun when the cougar came
upon nim and it was then a hand-to-hand
GoIdSOn Used his rifle as a olnh an
the tooth prints of the cougar are in
the stock. They evidently fottcrht this
way for some time, when finally the
iriKgcr was puned and a cartridge
which was still In the barrel van
chanced while the man was strllclnc-
wlth the gun as a club. The shot pen
etrated the breast and caused death
Goldson was about 40 vears r!H anrf
leaves a wife' and one child.
"WORKMEN AS CANDIDATES.
Tinner for Mayor and Printer for
SEATTLE. Wash.. Jan. 21. Sndal "V
The Social Labor party has nominated
A. Brearcllff. a tinner, for Mavor. and
this morning filed a complete municipal
ticket with the City Controller. Two
years ago BrearclifTs brother, a plumber,
was nominated for corooratlon mnnui
and Johnny Monctte, a carpenter residing
near tne state university, was named for
Mayor. This year Monette comes at th&
bottom of the list as n ranitlitiita
Councllroan from the Tenth Ward.
o. uvmy. a printer innocent of legal
training, is on the ticket for n,
tlon Counsel: C. Nellson. a laborer, wants
to be Controller; S. Brearcllff. the plumber-candidate
for corporation counsel of
two years ago. Is out for Tri.imnp t
plumbers, one carpenter, a fisherman, one
brewer, two laborers, one teamster, a
logger, a painter and a shoemaker are
on the Councllmanic ticket.
END COMES AS HE LEAVES THE
TRAIN AT SAN BERNARDINO.
James. Cameron, or- Helix, Had
Shown No Premonition of
His Sudden Death.
SAN BERNARDINO, Cal., Jan. 22.
(Special.) James Cameron, a tourist
from Helix. Or dropped dead this
morning while alighting from the Santa
tc train to take the train to Elslnor
Springs. He had engaged In conversa
tion with fellow passengers between
Los Angeles and here, but made no
complaint of Illness. His last words
were just before falling, expressive of
delighted anticipation at the expected
meeting with friends.
The remains were removed to undcr
taWng rooms, where an Inquest will
be held tomorrow. On a bankbook was
his name with Instructions, In case of
accident to him. to notify j p jic
Eachern. of Helix. Death was due to
paralysis of the heart.
ELECTRIC LINE TO SEASIDE
Surveys Have Been Completed and
"Work Is Soon to Begin.
ASTORIA. Or.. Jan. 22.-(Special.)-W.
, Dudley, the promoter of the proposed
electric line between thU city and Sea
side, was here today and says the pre
liminary work Is progressing satisfac
torily, and that the building of the line
is assured. Negotiations are in progress,
he says, to have the line connect with
the local street-car system, but the new
company will own -Its own power plant
which will be located in Astoria and will
supply tho power for the entire road.
The line- will enter tho city near the
mouth of Youngs River, and will come
over the hUI, thus traversing quite a
tract of residence property that I- now
without proper transportation facilities.
Leaving the city, the road will cross on
a new bridge to be built about 500 feet
south of the Astoria.
Railroad bridge, and keeping to the south
mil run uireCL lO lOtTlSOn
station, from where It will- turn to the
crest of the sand rldce alone- th -Kn-iv.
and thence to Gearhart and Seaside.
xne icngtn of the road, will be 13.55
miles, whereas the distance between the
two points by railroad Is 1SJ1 miles. Mr.
Dudley says all the preliminary surveys
have been completed, and the work of
construction will be commenced within
30 days. Regarding the construction of
the bridge, he savs the tilans hav wn
submitted to and approved by the United
auiies enKineers. so no riimrnitv i on
uupiiea in mat regard.
TEAMSTER FROZEN TO DEATH
Body Found by 3Ionntcd Police Be
side Glacier Creek.
SEATTLE. Jan. 22. A special from
"A Northwest mounted police posse ar
rived today from Forty-Mil with th
body ot Alme Sylvester, a teamster, who
was frozen to death while driving along
LIndsley Slated for Place.
SEATTLE. Wash., Jan. 22. (Special.)
jnc appointment ot joc Llndsley as as
slstant United States Attorney at Sno
kane Is expected by politicians to be made
wiinin a snort timv Ntnntnr tii. i
known to be favorable to the plan and to
oe worKing to secure an allowance from
tne jjepartment ot Justice for .an.- assist
Mr. Lindslev was slated for TTnitori
States Attorney at the time the Sweeny-
.naeny-nies deal was made a year ago
which accomplished thA plortlnn or San
ator Piles. Attorney-General Moody ob
jected ro tne appointment on the ground
that Mr. Lindslev was too voimt- The.
same deal carried with It the appointment
oi state senator Charles Hutson, of Con
nell, as Assistant District Attorney.
Thirty Debaters Jn Tryouts.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON' .Ton
22. (Special.) Thirty debaters will try out
ior tne Washington Intercollegiate teams
wnicn win meet uregon and Idaho in
ine oig tncornerea debate next March
This debate scheme provides for thr rfr.
bates, all on the same night on the same
question at each of the three Institutions,
The U. of W. will debate the University
of Oregon, here: the U. of O. will
Idaho In Eugene, and another U. of W.
team win debate Idaho at Moscow.
THUS ARE IN DISPUTE
:NEW YORKERS AFTER VALUA-
BLE HOLDINGS AT SEATTLE.
Halfbrecd Sioux Is Said to Have
Filed Upon It Many
SEATTLE. Jan. 22. A combination of
Seattle and New York men has been
formed for the express- purpose of ob
taining 200 acres of the most valuable
tldelands In Seattle under two. deeds that
were filed In the KInsr Coustv Amtitor'
office October IS, Tl property in
quesuon was aiea upn try one fLouIe
juonKie, a. a&iureeu swm jnaiaa, at that
time.) He held land scrls rivn him
thcSoverwaeat la exchange for his hold
ings near Lake Pepin. Minn. He In turn
deeded this property tq the late W. C
Hill, of this city, and tfce late P. T. Bar
low, of New York- No mention of the
latter-named? persons has. bea maJ in
any subsequent ahstractr..- - .
The heirs of the HUI and Barlow es
tates arc said to be implicated in the
effort that is to be made to reeovor TSa
land in question has been bought by the
transcontinental railroads and la mu,
and rccrossed with bands of steel.
SNOWBOUND FOR THREE DAYS
Passengers ot Klamath Lake Road
Subsisted oa the Freight.
ASHLAND. Or- -Jaa. K. (Sacrbl.t-Tk.
extrerdlarv axiett r aw vhth r.n
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Coon Is Acting Governor.
OLYMPIA. Wash.. Jan. 22.-(Special.)
Governor A. E. Mead left Olympia this
morning for Salt Lake, and will be out
of the state about two weeks. Lieutenant
Governor Charles E. Coon Is here to oc
cupy the executive chair during the Gov
ernor's absence. Governor Mead has
gone to attend the convention for the
promotion of tourist travel In the West,
Royal Salute at Esqulmalt.
VICTORIA. B. C. Jan. 22. A royal
aaluto of 21 guns was fired by the garri
son at Esqulmalt at noon today In honor
of the anniversary ot the accession of
Ores to Be Shipped to Tacoma.
BENICIA. Cal.. Jan. 22. The Southern
.racinc Company has closed a contract
with the Guggenhelmer smelter trust by
which It Is, to ship Its ores from Nevada
and Mexico over the Southern Pacific
lines to Port Costa, from which point
tney win be loaded on vessels and taken
to the refinery at Tacoma. Wash. For
this purpose the company is to entirely
rebuild and remodel Its immense coal
bunkers in the Port Costa yards.
Robber Is Arrested in Utah.
HELENA. Mont.. Jan. 22. Governor
Toole today issued requisition upon Gov
ernor Cutler, of Utah, for William Pais
ley, under arrest In Salt Lake on a charge
of robbing the Centerville store of D. J.
Hennessy & Co.. of Butte. January 9, of
ueputy anenrx iilke Qulnn. of
Stiver Bow County, will leave for Salt
Lake tonight with the document.
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