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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1907)
piNGS OF OREGON LEGISLATURE
M!flwlni?ftr0BO,nO (t!, T.ri llm ""-Allowing yacnllon
rScMOM" l"m. hy b?lhi?f elrt'ot or.. "y "nincorporatod
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'iit ltovlcion of laws comum
lii,,,, ..mulitlonnl sales
J,Ii Xd lor moro than $1,000,-
. r I l Tin 11,
'B- 'Si of district school
vm - - irnniiiMiiiif I'liiru in
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.1.. nf I'm hato court.
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fp.' V-i of couallzatlon.
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n gj) frCUU"111 v;...v.v..
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,.,. flu Oil flfllOol btlildlllKH.
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towiiB on potltlon of ownnrn nf nlinf 1 1.,..
nroni-rlv nil. 8
11. B. 254, Davoj Placing fltnto
Iirmmr on lino salary of 14,000 por an
num l.'llllllll in mil,
II. U. 270, Vawter Increasing
for admission to tho liar.
11. B. 271, Freomun Making doiw
II. B. 270, Barrett of Umatlllo Ap
preprinting tlO.000 or opomflon of
juruigu n)Ml III 1110 Imllt'H.
'J IJ21,,7,i FnrroI1 Extending limit
uu lumiuu iniior to moreuntllo Iiouhoh.
ii ff3i0?' Krommn Abolishing fees
iuu umwritv luionioyH in divorce COS0H.
II. B. H04, DobbinGrouting Tenth
1IW i?l7! J'o-Crcnllng Twelfth
II. II 324, Connoll HovlHing and
compiling Htato land lawn.
II B. 325, Nowoll Abolishing 11
road poll tax.
II. II. 'Mi l, Hoynolds Increasing sal
ntmot superintendent and iiHHiHlant
pnysicians at state Insane analuin.
RAILWAY8 QlOE AID
.'I .'18. Premium A ntlinriu....
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mi. MclJuo A ppropriaung niioruiH to run nco Uml Uix ilovl.
KOforptrol bontu for mautor IIhIi II, j. .I N I, I'crkitiH Allowing coun-
i y hum innoc'CKjrx iLi'iniii irn vi.iin,.
n 102 Mct'UC ia(iruig hciumm ponxofl.
j.iAmtwirt to Htato HiiiHtriniunii- Amonir th mnrn ii,im.i.
TU IV I vi-'- - - - . .1 ... f '! HMt
rlihin 15 I"JH ,lItur "" ikiwoi , which wcro votowl by tho governor
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..iimm ui m u iiiviiu iu diiuiu iiiuiiiiiiiiiLii Hriifirim. tiiiu
I B, )23( Jonoi) of ClnokamaH Hx-
r provIiloiiH oi inuiinvivo una
iL In cltieD. count ion and dlH-
lltt 1(111 U'llH
taktm on tho ground that each hcIiooI
nhould havo boon providod for by an
indowndont bill, and tho governor iiIho
contendH that tho jwojilo do not wnnt
fionator Kays' bill providing for gar
nluhmcnt of wugoH of public oinploycM.
U It 2, Gray Urcftttng commiH-
UA. H. liurmnk trust lunu lor
'rr.. i..i ii i
Chinese iilicnimiiUi. Itvo Pcrklnn bill poimlt-
fOrtnilHKC lllUlBillun. I5n nr.lu,r,llu(u 1,111 1.I-.I i.i.i. i-
To livcnito mlinon : n """" w which ho
ik roy croj o,
Johneon'ii road bill.
Tho iiuiiMiiro by IJcach providing for
Uy Ilodflon, changing Irrigation law.
Creating tho ofllco of chccno, dulry
and creamery lriHoct)r.
JackBon'H bill changing flMiing lawn.
JohnHon'i) bill regarding InHpectlon
of (dock fool.
Chnpin'H hill prohibiting partnor
Hhlp.i under nHHtimed tiamefl.
All bilbi creating new dletrlct agri
cultural HOdotleH or increaaing appro
priations for fnlrH.
161, owon increaHing ap-
107, Ikivoriugti Allowing
rtlctki to reijlHtiT elcctora other
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10 ull Oiius uiiu niiwokiwiiviii i.miu
I.E. 176, Harrett of WnHhington
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riff aunriirrn irn u vi in wjiilii
ft. LMI- .viitf I it j
. 181, Ilnrret of Umatilla -Per-
itla if flPtfiritlM ii t Id I II til Iftllll t .
ISO. Hrown Invalidating
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.19, Jiarrett of Wahhlnglon
l? i it a i
nv id r i-iiiiHi riii'i iiiii in i'iiiiiii.v
mcountv division llmtf.
LB. 203, CainplMjII Providing an
Van rlt ihiii.Iaii.ui ..4
- - - -
rplorw by jtate mid county.
B 217, Kurrell Ileguhiting
img of wlrm over railroad right
IB.-, Harrettof WaHhington To company will havo to pay up or lcleafo
tliolr sta'k to tliu receiver. The do
maud has been made by the receive!,
who Jh endeavoring to Hipieezo the water
out of tho "controlling ii.tjieat" stock.
Colonlit Rates Promote the Upbuild
mg of Northwoitern States.
iw one-way colon let rates to the
NorthwcHt aro holplng largoly In Bot
tling up tho states of Oregon, Washing
ion arm Juaiio. These reduced fares
aro porhnps tho greatest factor In In
ducing Immigration outsido of tho pub
licity work of tho various chambers of
commcrco of theso Htalos. Tho rall
roiulH aro working hand In hand with
tho commercial bodlos everywhere in
tho Pacific Northwest to hwoII tho num
ber of Bottlers in this territory
Colonist rates aro notnow In Western
railroading, but at no time previously
hao Ih ly boon so offectivo in dlvortlng
tnivol this way as at presont and tho
biggest colonist movement In tho his
tory of tho Pacific Northwwit Ih nrndlf.
cd for tho four snrlni and fall innntlifl
of 1007 when tho reduced one-way fares
aro In effect.
Tho growth of tho westward movo-
mont Is duo to tho bettor advertising
anu exploitation mothods of commercial
bodios and rallionds and to tho irrowinir
density of population in tho Host, where
many aro ablo to find more congenial
surroundings by moving away to a part
of tho country where thoro is moro ol
Ikiw room, whoro climato is moro equa
blo tho year around nnd whnro Inml !h
cheaper and lose worn by lepcated crop
ping ior years.
Theeo conditions contrlbuto to tho
uoiinwiiH, -iroK-- westward which is a
significant movoment In tho history of
uio American continent and which
dates from tho days of tho California
argonauts of Ml). Jly pmtrie sehoonor
and by ship tho ploneors camo to settle
a vast wilderness, fiinco tho transcon-
tttll'lllnl r,lllnvlu lii.f I.nnn 1..IU
second generation has found an cosier
LAND MOSTLY TAKEN1
RAILROADS ARE BLAMED.
Timbermen Declare Forest With
drawals Come Too Late.
DOOR LOCKED ON EMPTY STABLE
Others Defend President's Policy and
Say Action Will Stop Further
Portland, March 7. Opinions vary
as to tho probable effect on tho timber
and lumber industry of the state that
will result from tho wholosalo with
drawal from public entry of tho addi
tional 4,051,000 acres that havo been
added to existing forest resorves by tho
direction of President Itoosevelt. Log
gers, timbermen and lumber mill oper
ators, however, aro very generally
agreed on one Important factV, nnd that
is that any proceedings that may now
be taken towards protecting tho timber
lands of tho state from furthor depreda
tions of speculators nnd land thieves
will ho just about as effective as to
place the lock on tho stable door after
tho inaro has been stolen, insofar as
furnishing protection to tho present
umnor growth or tho state is concerned.
V "Practically every aero of merchanta
ble timber land not already included
within tho forest reserves previous to
tho president's wholesale order was ac
quired by timber land speculators or
private inidviduals as long as two years
ngo," said a local timber land dealer.
Thoro is no prnspect that tho logging
mode of BcoTcing out tho-irreat West but nd lumbering industries will suffor
tho movement ha by no means ended any serious setback on account of tho
and Is on In greater volume than over enlarged forest reserves. Mr. Mann,
HITS ROCK OFFIEUREKA.
Steamer Oakland Another Victim to
Uureka, Cal.. March 6. Humboldt
bar claimed another victim today when
of tho firm of Mann & Montgomery.
however, foira that one evil will result
to tho logging industry. He says it is
truo individuals aro placed on on equal
footing with corporations and larger in
tercuts in purchasing from tho govern
ment timber that is located on lands
within tho resorves, but ho says tho
dilllculty will bo experienced by the
tho steamer Oakland, in on ottomnt to 8mnller "ea'cr n getting tho timber so
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Stockholders Must Pay Up,
Mwlford Stockholders in tho Mod
ford A CraUir Luke railway will bo
served with legal notices to pay for oi
relinquish prHienHion of lart'O blocks of
tx:k held by them for which tho books ' commanded
show thoy havo wild nothlnir. Tim nut..
dumaiid has created a roi s itlon, as a I At this time tho Oakland displayed
number of wealthy citizens who havo distress signals and onco moro tho tug
iigwrcii in uio dirccioniio or mo ueii.irt Hunger went to her assistance, towinu
reach tho insido entrance, run on the
rocks of tho south jetty. For almost
an hour tho Oakland remained on tho
rocks, and tho bar tug Hunger was call
ed to her usalstnaco by tho lifesoving
When tho tug reached tho Oakland,
Captain Kroger, of tho Oakland, re
fused aid. A big
Oakland from her perilous position,
but also tore off her ruddor. For Sev
ern! hours sho drifted holplessly and
perlously near tho rocks. Tho lifeboat,
by Cuptuin Hennig, put
una to market.
"I believe President Roosevelt did
exnetly right in withdrawing theeo
lands nnd in doing anything elso that
will tend o protect tho timber inter
ests of tho state," said Mi. Poulsen, of
tlm rninnn.llniilonM n . . . wi . IITrt
uaKianu. re-, uu.cuu .uuiijuu;. mu
. '.. I I 4 1. 1 , 1 , i
wave washed tho 1,,UW1 U1 "'i-'ao iuhuh una aireauy neen
gouDlcU up by timber land speculators,
and it is time that further speculation
along this lino was ftopped."
"Tho withdrawal of theso timber
lands," said John Pearson, of tho
Western Timber company, "will only
hurt tho timber speculator, who will
bo practically put out of business."
Secure All Practical Men That Work
on Panama Canal.
Augusta, Go., March 4. "Wo aro
down and out," said J. B. McDonald,
president of tho Panama Construction
company, in discussing tho rejection of
tho bid of W. J. Olllvci for tho con
struction of tho Pnnnrna canal. "They
havo taken tho matter out of our hands,
and it now rests with tho president.
Tho responsibility should bo' placed
whoro It belongs.
"I cannot sco why our bid should
havo been rejected, oxcopt that it is duo
to Uio far reaching machinations of tho
political influences that havo worked
against all bids that threaten actual
construction of tho big canal. It is
hardly necessary to say that theso in
terests aro those of the trans-continental
"You will notice that, ono by ono,
the practical men who havo been iden
tified with tho canal havo boon picked
off by big financial intoreflta. It is not
difficult to trace tho relations. This is
very poor business, however, for tho
canal is bound to como, if not during
this administration, then during anoth
er. It is inevitable.
"I cannot see where tho president
and his associates ore right, and do not
sco Low they will be able to dig the
canal. Soonor or later tho ditch will
havo to be dug under the businesslike
management of a constructor who has
figured cost down to a minimum. Our
company was willing to perform ever
item of the agreement required ny the
government. It was our understanding
that, when the conditions imposed by
the government were met, tho contract
went to our company. Wo havo mode
every preparation at considerable er
pense and were prepared to begin shov
eling dirt on or before tho time limit of
GREAT MONOPOLY BROKEN.
NEWS OF THE WEEK
Condensed Form for
HAPPENINGS OF TWO CONTINENTS
A Resuma of the Less Important but
Not Less Interesting Events
of the Past Week.
elected officers of tho
km anl Irndo at cpccillcd places.
1B.22I, Frct'inaii Ileiiiilrlnir ludif-
IB. 231, Wiwlibiiriie Authorizlnc
wwuuritiK uiH.Dllity or Insane
B 211, Kreoinim fVimniilmirv
IB. 31S Vau.lnr n..i
viijuii nv f i.uuu ihjj
363, Hayor To prevent Hollci-
Vtorncya of damage sulfa for
B. 337. wuvH ii ml
"fl'iujiriiuwj! v-'u.WU for payment
t micfrlinit,i iu...i i
IB, 380, Dol)lllll .I'Tir iiumi.uu.
iiviukvk IIIHl itlvU nti nf
..iw.m:hu!i fOllIll OH.
382, IteyiioldHI 'idliiliittnif
"wr w nti in wn I..H..O ....
B- 384, Knowlos Permitting
'vmio 10 lew liiv tnr u....l,.
Wheat Club, 70c; bluestem, 72c;
valley, 70c, red, 08c.
Oats No. 1 white, 20; gray, $28.50.
Hurley Feed, $22.50 per ton; biew
hjg. $23; roll-d, $23.5024.50.
Hye $1 .45 1 .50 per cwt.
Corn Whole, $24.50; cracked,
$22.50 per ton.
Hay Valley timothy, No. 1, $1415
por ton; KtiHtern Oregon timothy, $17
018; clover, $0; cheat, $0; grain hay,
$010; alfalfa, $14.
Hutter Fancy creamery, 32J35c
Hutter Fat First grado cream, 33Jc
per pound; second grade cream, 2c loss
Hggs Oregon ranch, 1717sc per
Poultry Averago old hens, 1415c
por pound; mixed chickens, 1314c;
spring, fryers and broilers, 20(S)22)6c;
old roosters, f)10c; dressed clilckons,
1510c; turkeys, live, 1315c; tur
keys, drcr-sod, choice, 18?420c; geese,
I live. 8c: ducks. 1 lira 18c
B- 394, Northiifi ifn.r.ii,.tt.,.. nr.. I Armies Common. 75c1.25 nor
' 403 ('n,i.,il,,! I t .. J V..irnliiliIi.TiirnliiM i.t7il.' 9J tr
CI latlOr ,.n,M...I,...l - i unnlr. 1 1 CM ..,-,, I, . linn, a
h. ' I .1 .iiiii.i .nil Miir pill K : ill iiTvi.Fiii 1 mil. mil
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' JnekHon and Piko Mak- 8c por pound; Bwoot potatoes, 3c per
rw-iiiciieo in etuto mt,(,HHnry pound; caullllowor, $'J.r)U per dozen;
""Oil UJ 8olilInrj l. i i jnlirv. SM.'.ft twr pniln? mirniil4 Oi nnr
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15, Solfltntut I, .
-iiutf Mil mi n ,,f
toiinim ' 'ininandnntat
her this timo into the hay, where sho
was beached in a badly leaking condi
tion. There are so vend large holes in
Tho Oakland went on tho rockB
about 1,000 feet from tho wrecked Co
rona. Sovoral attempts liavo lccn
mado to reach the Corona by tho Hum
boldt bay lifesaving station, but all
wore futile. Ono trip tho lifeboat
barely escaped destruction on tho
rocks on the north jetty.
WHAT NATION DOES.
DAKOTA ON ROCKS.
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Big Hill Liner Strikes in Bay of Tokio
and May be Lost.
Yokohornn, March 5. Tho Great
Northern steamship Dakota went
ashoro in tho buy of Tokio lust night.
All passengers are aafo and tho agents
of tho vessol aro hopeful of saving her.
The Dakota struck on a rock off Shi
rahaina, a villago between Mojimn and
Sunofnkt, shortly after 6 o'clock. It
is thought that tho Snnosnki light was
mistaken for tho Joguphima light,
vessol sustained much damago
snrumr a heavv loak.
Agonts of tho steamship, who were n"d not to Bhocklo them.
Puts Stop to Many Evils States Can
Now York, March 7. Senator Bev
oridge, addressing tho Indiana associa
tion at a banquet hero tonight, mado a
vigorous defense of a centra) govern
ment as against tho doclrino of states
"The states," ho said, "could not
make internal improvements, so the
nation mado them; the states could
not prevent tho scattering of obscene
literature, so tho nation did it; the
states could not puppress lotteries, bo
tho United States did it; tho states
could not end tho poisoning of Uio
peoplo by adulterated food, bo Uio
nation is ending It; tho states could
not compel tho sanitation of packing
houses, tho inspection of meats, so the
nation is compelling it; tho etates
could not proservo tho country's for
ests, so tho nation is preserving them.
"Tho constitution is our 'ordinance
of national life. nnd nnfc tm nriw.l nt .
Inni. ,4I..1 Tl i i i
v.,.. niiiiuiiui ncum. ii wiuj ineanc ro
free tho hands of tho Amorican neonlo
Farmers Are Now Free to Make Al
cohol Under New Law,'
Washington, March 4. The dena
tured alcohol bill, which went to the
president for signature, will have the
effect of breaking the Standard Oil com
pany's monopoly of this new fuel pro
duct. Under tho provisions of this
bill individual farmers will be permit
ted to manufacture denatured alcohol
for their own needs or for sale and in
large or small quantities. As tho orig
inal bill was drawn, denatured alcohol
could only bo produced by large distil
leries, and the Standard had complete
ly monopolized the entire product.
It was to preserve this monopoly
that Senator Aldrich endeavored to
amend the pending bill, but, to his
surprise, a large majority of tho sena
tors turned against him, and his amend
ment was lost. Senator Fulton, who
had received many appeals from Oregon
farmers on behalf of the new bill, vig
orously attacked tho Aldrich amend
ment, as did other senators from the
Northwest, except Ankeny and Iley
burn, who stood with Aldrich nnd
against tho farmers, Heyburn making
a speech in favor of tho amendment,
which would have prohibited individ
uals from manufacturing denatured alcohol.
STEAL MAIL WAGON.
sent to Omlmnru to arrango for tho. '"terpreted it in tho courts; Lincoln so
salvago, aro roturning this afternoon 'interpreted it in tho council chamber;
with passengers and mails and dotails Grant so interpreted it in tho battle
of tho accident I field. And today Itoosovolt is follow-
Tlio steamer Dakota is making water ,nB tbolr footsteps and thus obeying
freely and it Is feared that tho lloating . ,,,u "in oi mo American peoplo.
will be difficult.
Mayor Schmitz Is Home.
San Francisco. Match 7. Mnvnr
Seattle Striving for It.
Washington, March 5. Soattlo
making a hard fight to secure
Daring Theft is Committed on
Street in Chicago.
Chicago, March 4. A United States
moil wagon, containing three pouches,
two of v.hich were filled with miscel
laneous mail matter and a Uiird with
reigstreed mail, was stolen from in
front of tho Stock Exchange building,
LaSailo and Washington streets, to
night while tho driver was making a
collection in the building. At tho
time of tho theft tho street was crowd
ed with persons, none of whom saw tho
Whiio the collector was insido the
thief drove off with the wagon, which
was enclosed by a screen, the door fo
which was locked.
Two hours after tho robbery the wa
gon was found three miles distant from
1.1. j i . .
mu uawn town uismci. rne screen
had been broken and the pouches taken.
Tho postoflico authorities say thoy do
not know just how much jewelry the
registered pouches contained, but bo
liovo that tho thieves secured fully
Milliors In New Palace.
San Francisco, March 4. Plans for
tho now Paloco hotel call for a magnifi
cient eight-story building along elassio
lines. With tho Jot. It will represent
Badl als have
Jeromo has decided to recall Mrs.
Thaw to the ttind.
Hearst has won another decision in
tho New York mayoralty contest.
The sugar trust has been Bued in a
New York court by a crushed rival.
Itoosevelt is preparing to clcso tho
gates against Japanese immigration.
North Dakota solons passed a law
providing a 2 cent passenger faro.
Tho woman suffragist Mil has been
talked to death in tho British parlia
ment. An electricians' strike in Paris put
the city in darkness and demoralized
Tho Spanish minister to tho Untied
States says the battle of Manila bay
was a victory of iion over wood.
Leonidas Preston, a Texas million
aire, committed suicide by taking poi
son. Physicians found enough of tho
deadly hydiocyanic poison in his sto
mach to kill six men.
The Kansas legislature has voted
$10,000 for the Seattle fair.
There is a promise of harmony be
tween the czar and the douma.
President Bonilla, of Honduras,
claims a victory over Nicaragoan.
A rich copper strike has been made
in Nevada not a great distance from
Harriman offers to co-operate with
the government in settling the railroad
Thaw's lawyers announce that the
defence is through. Jerome will send
the case to the jury.
The news of the acceptance of Swet-
tenham's resignation was received with
rejoicing at Kingston.
The attorney general has decided that
the new immigration law excludes
state aided immigrants.
Four of Portland's largest sawmills
are closed on account of labor difficul
ties. Nearly fifteen hundred men are
Railroads in Nerbaska will comply
with tho 2-cer t passenger fare law, but
will not grant a special rate of any
The Russian douma has opened with,
radicals in control.
hats for this season.
pound; rhubarb, 11c per pound; aspar-.ornuiont pure food laboratory
I nor nu
R ion "HUH.
Wrl!'.?'H umm conunlt
CA " .L,.000 for new
H.B. 24K 7 wllurroundH.
nil. . I imi)III-lfn,.I.t i
, i"es in interest.
i". Jlvn A. .11 ,
r v "onion
ngiiH, lfcCHou per pound.
Onions Oregon, 00c$l per hundred.
PotutooH Oregon Hiirbanks, fancy,
$1,35; No, 1 choice, $11.25; com
Veal Drossod, 50o por pound.
Heef Dressed bulls, 2U3Mo por
pound; cowb, 4 tf5)tfci country steers,
I Mutton Drossod, fancy, 8c por
pound; ordinary, (l7e.
j Pork Dressed, 0!)o per pound.
Hops 8illo per pound, accord
ing to quality.
Wool Ku-torn Orooirii average iMt,
Mttlo is' Schmitz arrived in the city at 2:15 title 'an mUla y'of $7 000. Aff?S
igtn ?rTrn h ,Btc?lfC8t jSlmrons, 'the Newlands and Lady He -Boon
to train at Los Angeles. With him wore keth in financing tho project are the
bo established in tho Northwest by tho tho members of tho board of education
Agricultural depart mont. Senator Piles who accompanied him to Washington.
una been appeaiou to oy xno enamner eoiimltz declined to talk to any of tho
or commerco turn is exerting nis ouorts nowspapor rojiorters, saying ho would
in uenau oi nis nomocuy
slating that tho
in Portland. It is probablo tho con- "would stand by his guns," and that
tost win not uo oioseu ior somo uttio no would not bo driven out.
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ntni r -x ruviiiiiii. mi 1 irMiKn nniiiiuiii, in uiiriiiintrn I'linm. iiuiriu. iviiiuii id oi iui-iiiim
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. u'cuuon loturns In 2023c, according to flncnesd; mohair, ley, wgon again una morn
cholco, 27.'H)o per pound.
Salton Sea Damages Track-.
Los Angoles, March 7. Advices ot
tho Southorn Paclflo's general offices
Crockets, Raphael Weill and John C.
Kirkpatrick. The equipmontt of tho
hotel will surpass anything known to
li.,. llfi ml. - l. i . i . .,, .
kiic ii cm. iiiu JIUlOl will Iilivn nn
May Ship Firearms.
Now Orleans, March 4. Nlcarnmm
and Honduras may tomorrow ship fire-
Jerome defied the judge in the Tfiaw
trial and was sternly rebuked.
Grover Cleveland objects to state re
strictions on insurance investments.
Tho Nortnern Pacific will lose rich
timber land through the new forest re
England says her navy is equal to
Uiot of any two other nations of the
Secretary Taft and a number of con
gressmen are going to Panama, Cuba
and Porto Rico.
The upper house of the California
legislature lias voted down the pro
posed woman suffrage.
Tho transport Thomas has just sailed
from San Francisco with a full cargo of
supplies for the troops in tho Philip
pines. By the oxplsioon of 1,000 pounds of
dynamite in a storehouse near Mount
Carmel, Pa , 40 persons were injured.
The property loss will be $150,000.
Governor Swettenham's resignation
has been accepted.
John F. Stevons has been appointed
temporary chairman of Uio IsUimian
The congress which hag just adjourn
ed pissed appropriation bills aggregat
ing a total of $019,048,680
The Standard Oil company is on trial
in Chicago for accepting rebates from
Uio Chicago & Alton railway.
A Missouri Pacific train was hold up
at Pittsburg, Kan., and the passongera
robbed. One man who resisted was
The stoamor Dakota U still on Uio
arms from tho United States without rocks in Tokio bay. Much of tho mall
iear oi ueiention. Bhlnmonta of fl.
arms for both governments havo hnn
n In Httrnnu
in A. '
l. - uu'irnil U I . . 1 v , .
wuity lrK.iiM V"K ,10IU
WJ0L, tll'K tho route of tho
nvn . -j w-wti tula
Iionlril"0 Crook nan. and
rt il lUOKIMlr ,. i
, Old ll.ii. n "i iuiiiu
vtt.li ".iiiiiii ih ........ i -
""in iIiIa 1'iiua inu around
tonl " "'IllllOllr llllrn mi.-...
n ""Utll fin... 1 i 1I1UIU
Uottor Kido can bo had.
May Invoke Referendum on U of O.
Gull,., Tlinl-. n ,rmtrni,initf. iu nil fnnf
ii,.. in i....ni,i,. ii,m rnfi.rmniiitri nn i wholo country was devastated,
tho appropriation of $260,000 for tho , thousand persons aro homeless. It is
State university's improvement is ovl- f1 b lho who, villago will bo
. u A 4 . l r i l a. . . . .
, v , v, u. v.iu uuiiuH bwv no a up nore pondinc instruction (mm
nto tho vu 1- state that yostordov's storm nrmlimo,! wi.iL.."l t. ... h A" 18irucn8 from
Ing to move, high wavers on tho inland sea, auu.iiip a K J J!L
t si, co H.H- portion of tho railroad company's tracks m,l,t nn
of the aval, to bn Hiibmnr.,1 n.,,1 f..lif., Z7""'"" ""'""w-y ui.uur uxisung
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after having remained quit
urday night. The roaring
niiches was hoard for a consldomblo damago. Trains wero delayed yosttr
dlBlano. Trocs wero uprooted and tho day, but woro niovlnir acaln todav ami
iivo Uja uamogo Had been ronalrod. . Tim
State university's improvement
donced by tho adoption of a resolution
by tho Linn County Businofls Counoll
of tho Patrons of Husbandry, recolvod
by tho govornor, which rofiecls tho
nttltudo of tho State grango in that di
rection. Tho resolution has as Its in
spiration that tho manner of oxpondi
tu ro la not sufficiently outlined,
siorni had entlroly subsided und Uie soa
la quiet again,
Light-hour Day for Employes.
Sacramonto, Ma rati 7 Tho
this afternoon rassod and
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munitions of war mentioned,"
Biiipmonw will bo released.
Avalanche Threate s City.
Naples, March 4. A mountain in
Potnoza, noar tho villago of Monte
murro, la slipping into tho vnlloy In a
series of landslides and threatening to
overwhelm tho villain. Thn .nnin
110. Olllv a lnw oniif
dav for Now York, is ashoro on Good-loUier emnloves on s rent aV.n .r " 1 "?,nl"" ",n ' Pieventing the do-
wliisftnita. 'railways; " I","" vHinRo ana this resist.
..vm -rt.iinjf buoh win no overcome.
On Sands In Dover Strait.
London. March 5. Tho Rod Star lino
etp-imor ysdorlnnd. Captain Ehoff, govonior a bill providing an olght-hour ! uro fleeing in panic
whmh Hftllfld from Antworn on Batur. diiv for nnnrlimfnm mwl mM 1 I h ; "u lu'
has been removed, but tho baggago luis
lllll and Harriman havo como to an
agreement regarding Puget sound ter
minate, but nothing lias beon yielded
Tho Supremo court of the United
States upholds tho law forbidding dese
cration of tho flag by using it for adver
Honry Meldrum, formor surveyor
goneral, and Semite! Fulton havo been
called as witnesses In tho Hei matin
trial. Their testimony didnotholp
tho defenso out of Uio tight box into
whiho it is getting.
Muniipal ownership has suffered si
blow In the Loudon elecctions.