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TRAPS ARE INDEPENDENT!
DECISION THAT AFFECTS MUCH
PROPERTY OF FISHERMEN.
Shore Owners May Not Exact Tribute
From the Salmon Trap Owners
SOUTH BEND, April 7. A decision of
the greatest Importance to all trap fisher
men Is that just received here from Judge
Gilbert, of the United States Circuit Court,
In favor of the defendants In the case of
II. S. Glle vs. Fanny D. and James D.
Hurray. The plaintiff owns a large
amount of upland and tldeland on Baker s
Bay,, about Chinook. The fishermen con- i
tested his right to the tldeland for many
j ears, und were finally defeated, but they
have won in the suit Just decided.
.For many years Glle has claimed an in
tercst In all traps located in the river
fronting his land, and, to settle the ques
tion, he Instituted a suit against the de
fendants for their traps, and asserted that
they had recognized his claim to the trap
Eltcs by palng him $1 per year rental for !
the sites and the use of the beach. The
court was also asked to enjoin Fanny
D. and X D. Murray from operating the
traps, as they Interfere with Mr. Gilo's ac
cess to the navigable waters.
The, court held that Mr. Glle had no
control over, Utpfe friers or traps between
his tldeland nntlTne' navigable waters.
The fact that the defendants had recog
nized this supposed right of control by
paying him a yearly rental did not give
him any such control, as they had acted
in ignorance of their own rights.
The petition for an injunction was also
denied, because for 20 years 22 traps had
been in operation In front of his land
without complaint, and he had not shown
any special injury because of any alleged
Interference with his access to the navi-
gable waters of the Columbia River. .
-The suit involved many of the most
valuable traps in Baker's Bay. and. con-
sWerlng the annual Income from them, it
Involved thousands of dollars each year.
and. had Mr. Glle won. It would have made
him a millionaire. The decision Is a vie
tory for trap fishermen over the upland
owncra not only on Baker's Bay, but on
Willapa Harbor and "everywhere else
where traps are located.
The attorneys for Mr. Glle have given
notice of an appeal to the Circuit Court
Three carloads of Eastern oyster peed
are on the road to this clfy. to be trans-
planted on the beds of the Willapa Har-
bor Oyster Company. This is the result
of its experiments with a carload of seed
shipped here two years ago. It has grown
finely, and there Is now no question of
success, though attempts to propagate
from th!.. stock have not succeeded. As
they grew from the rize of a dime to near-
ly the size of a man's hand In three years.
there is profit enough in transplanting
Andrew Peers today pleaded guilty to
burglarizing Parks & Rogers' drug storo
In Ilwaco, and was sentenced to three
years In the penitentiary.
GUILTY OF GRAND LARCENY.
So Pleads n Thief "Who Stole a Lot of
Staff nt Knlamn.
KALAMA, Wash.. April 7. William
Held, alias William Hastings, was given
a preliminary trial in Justice Smith's
court today, on a charge of grand larceny.
He pleaded guilty, and was bound over
to appear for trial in the Superior Court,
which will meet in this city, April 2J. De-
hnini ntnlft a flshboat. net and a lot
of twine and groceries from John Dunn,
in this city. Thursday night. He took
the goods across the river into Oregon,
where he disposed of them. On the ad-
virn at Sheriff Kirby. the Marshal at
BjUnler caught tho fleeter thief, who was
LATE BT IS
brought to this city last night. He tried
to excuse himself by claiming that he was
drunk when he committed the crime.
Cowlitz County finances are in excellent
condition. Warrants are at par, and the
County Treasurer's settlement with the
Board of Commissioners Wednesday
showed X67.2S1 In the treasury.
Carlson & Jacobs, who htve been using
horses in their logging camp north of
town, have purchased a new donkey en
gine, and will discontinue the use of
DIDXT GET THE PRISONERS.
They Greatly Dnmaired Heppner'Jall
Morrow Coimty Sheep Industry.
HEPPNER. Or., April 7. J. J. McOee,
who was deputized to trail the two men
who broke jail here last Saturday night.
returned last night without them, but
bringing information that It Is thought will
effect the recapture of the housebreakers.
The damage to tho jail door k so serious
that It cannot be repaired here, as the
chilled steel bars and rivets were torn
Heppnets pioneer bicycle path la now
being built. George Censer, tho banker.
and Oscar Minor, tho merchant, petitioned
lor it. and the City Council granted the
(petition at once. It win be two miiei
long, with probable extensions in the near
, future. Wheel people are increasing here
I Lambing Is now under good headway is
Morrow County, and the increase Is run.
nlng away over 100 per cent. The weather
Is very favorable, with grass better than
Sheepshcartng has begun, and by next
week will be general. The price paid is 7
cents a head, a against 6 cents last year
The yield of wool will be tho biggest and
best in the hetory of the great Industry.
Five sheepbuyers are in Heppner. Mr.
. Hervey. of Billings, coming yesterday, but
', no buying seems to be going on. Some
growers say they are willing to tak.e J2 M
Ior straight wethers and for yearling
I fwes- Buyers say that growers are too
J D"s t0 talk" trade, and that asking
pri.cc?rare. to h'sh.
I A- B""" returned Tuesday from hU
t"P t0 hie Wyom.ng home, where he found
I the range pretty dry and the season much
behind what It is here. Mr. Bunce says
tV. tnarfcet hafl "'"raped and that the
I b'E Swift bands are all offered for sale,
Mr- B"?c has made the biggest purchase
J" thto season. S000 mixed yearlings at
SH-. He saya that he Is now willing to
i Ee" them nt the same figure, and would
be glad to have the contract taken off hto
' Jonn Q- Wilson, a grower, who sold his
! yearlings at 35. says he th'nks that
, present asking prices are too high,
' O. E. Farnsworth and Judge Dutton are
i two growers who think prices will go
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"TJi nitti .fi
Morrow County to date is 791.
necent rains have been general and
a over Morrow County, and the
crop outlook was never better.
" CLARK COUNTY FRUITGROWERS.
Ther Sleet and Consider the Question
of an Association Contract.
VANCOUVER, Wash.. April 7. An In
teresting meeting of the Clark County
Fruitgrowers" Association was held here
today. A majority of the fruitgrowers
of this county and a number of promi
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tendance. Including William Galloway,
president, and Henry E. Dosch. secre
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sociation, and .Cashier Philips, of tbo
AInsworth National bank. Portland. The
contract proposition of the Northwest
j Cured Fruit Association was the princi-
pal subject discussed, and It was gone
over quite thoroughly by Messrs. Gal
loway, Philips, Dosch and others. As an
Indication of tho success of the move-
I mU W. Dosch stated at the close of
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the meeting that fully 60 per cent of the
Deanng acreage in tjiarK v-ouniy was
already committed to the Northwest con
tract scheme. Altogether, the meeting was
one of the most Important and enthu
siastic ever held here by the fruit men.
The next regular meeting of the Clark
County Association will be held on the
first Saturday In May.
I.IX7T COUXTV CinCDIT COURT.
Five Divorces Granted Progress of
Two Important Cases.
ALBANT. Or.. April 7. Circuit court
has been In session this week, and SO
cases have been disposed of or continued
by Judge Boise. Divorces were granted
Antoinette C from James Banker; An
nie R. from Henry W. Beard; V. W. from
Donna Whitimter; Nellie from Hiram Gld.
dings, and Jennie from G. L. Moulton.
The important case of H. C Davis et flU
vs. the Portland Flouring Mill Company, a
cult brought by storers In the warehouses
of the late T. J. Black, to secure posses
sion of a large quantity of wheat shipped
from the Black warehouses to the defend
ant, was begun and several motions made,
when the plaintiff was given IS days in
which to reply to the answer.
In the cose of Thomas Morgan vs. P. H.
Marley, of Portland, a decision of gen
eral importance to people buying proper
ty at delinquent tax sale was rendered,
the court holding that the statute must
be followed to the letter In all proceed
ings previous to the transfer of the prop
erty by deed to the purchaser. In order
to make the title valid. In this case set
ting aside the deed on account of lregu-
A Plank Road and a. Cycle Path.
OREGON CITT, Or.. April 7. Before
adjourning, the County Board of Com
missioners mad an order for the pur
chase of 0,O0O feet of lumber to be placed
on the road between Highland and Ore
gon Qty. The price to be paid is S per
thousand feet. The residents along tho
line of the proposed road improvement
will do the grading and lay the plank
without cost to the county.
The residents of Wllsonvllle and Staf
ford are building a bicycle path to the
railroad depot from that section at their
own expense, and the board made an
order that all the bicycle taxes collected
in that section be set apart for the im
provement of this path.
Shecpshenrtncr In Lake Connty.
LAKEVIEW, Or., March . Sheepsbear
ers are arriving here from different points
and will go to the various places of shear
ing at once. Sheepshearlng will be under
full headway by tho 10th of this month
in this county. Shearers come here an
nually from California, Nevada, Idaho and
Montana. This is the harvest time with
merchants and other business men, and
they are looking forward to an unusually
The Lakevlew bonding proposition hav
ing carried, 12 men were set to work
yesterday on the reservoir for the new
town water works.
Close of School at Clatslcanle.
CLATSKANIE. Or.. April 7. The Clats-
kanle public schools closed yesterday.
The exercises were held In the M. E.
Church, which was beautifully decorated
with Oregon grape and flowers. Those
graduated were: Misses Leota Merrill
and Mabel Blackford and John P. Myers.
Rev. Ray Palmer delivered the address.
The Misses Louise Belrr and Hurley
were the musicians.
Rrc-lstcrlns: in Wasco Connty.
THE DALLES, Or.. April 7. Rerlstra.
Hon of voters is progressing very slowly
In Wasco County. Voters seem to take
no Interest In this Important matter. Not
one-half of the legal voters In this county
have registered, and the delinquency seems
to bo entirely with Republican voters.
1 Hardman Pianos. Wiley B. Allen Co.
Cat oat thh contract, FILL IT OUT
PROPERLY AND SIGN, then
und it wlih
Lipman, Wolfe & Co.
STOLE FROM THE POOR
CHARGH AGAINST WISC01TSIX EM
BEZZLER FOUND TOI 'WASHINGTON.
Left His Partner Paralysed and' Pen
nilessOn Hla "Way Baclc to
Answer for the Crime.
aONNEAPOLIS, April T.-L. P. Hun
ner, insurance agent, who was arrested
yesterday at Republic, Wash., is charged
with embezzling 115,000. The Buffalo Coan
ty officer will bring Hunner back for
MILWAUKEE; April 7. A, apodal from
Mondoria, Wis., says:
"Louis P. Hunner was arrested on com
plaint of A. J. Walker, treasurer of the
Modena, Creamery Association, for em
bezzling the association's funds, which
were deposited In the Exchange Bank, of
which Mr. Hunner was the active man
ager. The failure of the bank, which oc
curred about a year ago, was a disas
trous one, principally because It held the
savings of many comparatively poor peo
ple. The County Treasurer was a sufferer
to the extent of about $3000, and the City
Treasurer of Alma to the amount of about
$2000. A farmer In Gllmanton, T. C Bauley,
lost 111,000, and many others suffered lossea
of more or less amounts.
"Henry Glnsky, Hunners partner, who
has been paralyzed for years. Is left prac
CLATSOP COUNTT NEWS.
Sealed Verdict la Daoage Case Di
vision of Property.
ASTORIA. April 7. The arguments In
tho case of John Pentllia vs. the Clatsop
Mill Company, for $20,114 damages, were
finished In the Circuit Court and the caso
given to the jury about 10 o'clock last
evening. Judge MoBride then adjourned
court until Monday morning, and directed
the Jury, ff an agreement was reached, to
return a sealed verdict. The Jury agreed
upon a verdict shortly after 3 o'clock
A four-masted schooner appeared off
tho mouth of the river this morning, with
nil sails set. headed in. When she got up
to the bar It was found to be too rough
to come over, so she headed out to sea
again. The schooner Is supposed to be tho
Novelty, from China, that had orders to
come to Knappton 'to load lumber, but
new orders are awaiting her on the pilot
schooner that direct her to go to Port
Captain Cy Harriman, the former bar
pilot, has been engaged as master of the
deop-sea fishing schooner Jessie, and will
start out with her for the halibut banks
early next week.
The ownership of the old Skamokawa
sawmill has been settled by a division of
the property. George L. Oolwell. of Il
waco, who owned a quarter interest in
the property, gets the site, and the Wells-
Fargo Bank, which owned the other three
fourths Interest, gets the machinery.
This has been sold to J. P. Christensen.
The Sorenson Lumber Company will
open up a new logging camp noar Bugby
in a few weeks. The timber to be cut Is
a larger tract owned by M. J. Kinney and
8. 8. Jordon.
SfORB SCHOOL STATISTICS.
Superintendent Has Prepared 'New
Blanks Notes of the Capital.
SALEM, April If Superintendent of
Public Instruction J. H. Ackerman has
prepared blanks for gathering additional
statistics regarding public schools in this
state which Include in their course
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J. A. Sellwood today began an action
in the County Court against A. W. Long
and wife to recover $150 alleged to- bo
due upon a promissory note. Real prop
erty In Salem has been attached.
The Salem Woolen Mill Company is
erecting a new wool warehouse in con
nection with its mills in this city. The
new building will be two stories high
and much larger than the old warehouse.
State Treasurer Moore today received
a remittance of $5000 from Klamath
County to apply on that county's 1S99
state taxes. This Is the second payment
received from Klamath, the first being
Only two insurance companies paid
the 2 per cent tax on their net receipts
this week. They were as follows:
Des Moines Life Assoclatlon.$330 60 $6 61
Bankers Life Insurance Co.. 68 00 1 38
There are only six companies yet to be
The State Board of Education today re
ceived and accepted the resignation of
Professor George V. Bath, teacher and
supervisor at the School for Deaf-Mutes.
His resignation was tendered on account
of ill-health. In accepting the resigna
tion, the board expressed deep regret
that his connection with the school must
close, as his work has been very satis
New Oregon Incorporations.
SALEM. April 7, Articles of Incorpora
tion have been filed in the office of the
Secretary of Btato this week as follows:
Prlnevllto Land & Livestock Company;
Portland; $125,000; Henry Hahn. Julius
Durkhelmer, Moses Baruh; object, to buy,
breed, raise and sell livestock.
Woltervlllo Building Company: Walter
ville. Lane County; $750; L. E. Flegel, B.
C. Dotson. E. M. Bowerman: object, to
erect a hall for lodge and public purposes.
War Eagle Gold Mining Company;
Sumpter; $100,000; John L. Abrams, John
J. Hennessy. Sam R. Scott.
Portland Canning Company: Portland:
$10,000; C. H. Prescott, R. J. Holmes. F.
R. Strong: object, to conduct a general
business of canning, packing and preserv
ing all kinds of fruits, vegetables, meats
Berry Shoo Company: Baker City; $10,
000; J. M. Berry. F. F. Berry. H. V. Hbl
verson; object, to conduct & wholesale and
retail shoe business.
Salem Camp, "No. 1. Paclfio Jurisdiction.
Woodmen of the World: Salem; D. A.
White. C. D. Mtnto. A. J. Basey.
Sanitary Feather Renovating Company;
Portland: $1000; J. R. N. Sellwood, Lewis
Gaines. E. V. Sellwood; object, to engage
In the business or renovating feathers by
a patent process.
The Great Western Teast Company, of
Portland, filed supplementary articles in
creasing the capital stock to $10,000.
New Club rooms Formally Opened.
BAKER CITY. April 6. The new club
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce were
formally opened to the public tonight. The
board of directors held a reception, which
lasted until 11 o'clock. A large crowd. In
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throughout the evening. The rooms were
elaborately decorated for the occasion, and
presented a handsome appearance. They'
ae regarded as the finest and most mod
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BOY HELD UNDER. FALLEN TREE.
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If Not Fatal.
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GROWERS REFUSED MOHAIR BID.
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DALLAS, Or., April 7. Tho Polk' Coun
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Joint Debate to Be Held.
NEWBERG, Or.. April 7. In a debating
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and water works should bo owned by the
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WASHINGTON. April 7. John G. Ho
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James T. Leonard, resigned.
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both cases, the patients being confined In
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Commissioners have been appealed to, but
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Bolougne; Ems, for Naples, etc; Phoeni
cia, for Hamburg, via Cherbourg: Lucan
ia, for Liverpool: Ethiopia, for Glasgow.
Hong Kong. April 7. Arrived previous
America Maru, from San Francisco, via
Honolulu and Yokohama: Energla, from
Tacoma, via Hlogo, etc; Tosa Maru, from
Seattle, via Yokohama.
Genoa Sailed April G Kaiser Wflheta
II. for New York.
Cherbourg Sailed April 6-Columbla,
from Hamburg for New York; April 7
Waeslani for Philadelphia: Campania, f of
Antwerp. April 7. Sailed Ken slngtna.
for New York.
Havre, April 7. Sailed La Gascogne, for
New York. April X Arrlved-St. Louis,
Yokohama. April 7. Arrived previously
City of Peking, from San Francisco for
Bremen. April 7 Sailed Bremen, for
New York, via Southampton.
Southampton. April 7 Sailed-New York,
for New York, via Cherbourg.
Cherbourg. April 7. Sailed New York,
from Southampton for New York.
New York. April 7. Arrived L'Aquitaln,
from Havre; Etruria, from Liverpool.
Attorney of First District.
District Attorney Watson says that his
his chances for ren.omlnatIon by the Re
publicans are good. The delegates from
Klamath County are instructed for him
and he claims a solid delegation from Lake
County, as also a portion of that elected
at Medford last Saturday, while he ex
pects Josephine County to furnish any
number be may lack.
Call and notice my apptlances or
send for my new book, free.
.Dr. M. A. McLaughlin,.
102 Columbia St., Seattle,
Headquarters for Northwest.