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OF THE DAY
, TROOPS ARE CALLED.
Vlolonco roared at ohorry, ill., whon
uooa Aro Rocovorod.
Plinri-o- Til - ht- V
... Rflthnrni! fr-nm 111 h"".! .t"7 "VYl "--"oops have
Sfitrjy HUIIIO uuiumuu Hum flu uu cauou to provont any untoward
' two nf fhQ Wnrlil demonstration nf tl.o St. Paul coal mlno
faiia u ! nnu, when bodies of the 300 men fltmi,,i
by Saturday.' cntastropho aro brought
to tlio surface Shoriff Sknirltm.t nt
KEPJREDrUK lllt hm KtAUtR ,
iu opnnguoiu into yesterday, asking
wvu.Hur loncon to sond sovornl com
panics of stato militia. 80 far no vlo,
lonco has boon displayed and Stntn',
Allornoy Eckhnrt hopes by the nres.
onco of a small guard to provont any
nruuvJBUU IHOVn on tlm 11.
minors, whoso footings have' boon
rndo's "P y l0"a 0t tlloIr C01"-
'leu Nporlnnt but Not Loss Infer-
t ..!- Mnnnnn turn irom font
(111115 i"-rr- w-
Outsldo tlio Stato.
inon ny bo is not czar of the
1 Kiphniotiil, Va., boy's vision is
' ,l,...ll,.M. lnlf. nl iilifM. lm nnn
ck our men who hold up a Union
Wlion tho bodl PH Will 1A l..,t.i 1.
tho HUrfaco is doubtful Vnvtn 41.-
officials bollevo any of tho 300 en
tombed men aro alive. Tho subtor
ranottii llros vostordnv
tonso than whon tho mnn
trapped and no efforts could bo mado
iu uuiur wio nuns.
jentrnffil to life imprlsonmont.
t -i.,.. 1.,... .iiil,iniui....i ..11
Wlm to the $:i,fS00,0Q0 houso in Now ,r Chief Koran, of Chicago, arrived
tSa for n consideration of $100,000. wlt1' supply of hoso and chomlcal
.... 1 1 mi 1 , flro oxtingtilshors. Tho seal over tho
A Ul'ayct e, lnd., milllonairo has I110uth of tho shaft was perforated aid
uiilntilit rnflinr Minn it - -. . - iwuuiunu unu
Iru! or tho iniinler of 0110 of his om
fon-tfor Aldrieh snya tho coming
(af "ill liavo a. ing insK aiioart of
in disposing of vital questions to
; Japan's principal minora productions
art, in order of importnnco named, cop-
f, luljmiir, Hiivr, iron, coai, petro
Itiim, and o'd.
11 was intondod to for wntn,
ciiemieals down through pipes. A thor
momotor in tho sand on top of tho seal
showed a tomnoraturo of nn .in
Indlcatinir that1 hont hi tlm (ntrt. J
mo iniuo was itnnso. nil nf irnrnn
shook his head.
"It's no uso," ho said, "to lift tho
ml, as it would moan that tho wholo
mino would blazo up and thoro would
00 no possioimy of recovering oven
tho bodl08. Tho COftl ilnnnI
San Franelnco's wnrring Ohincso nro V'0 t'""or supports wou
flt.iKir.meni mea nin nopo or fiu- ,mvn .-,-,, 1
At ftrocitv anu inus mmrovo tiicir Li ... " u luniuma
NEWS FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
Prcsldont Taft WiU Ask for Epoch-
Washincrton, Nov. 10-Tho chief
ALL HAVE A CHANCE
IS LIKE GIBRALTAR,
ijjtiog c ftif iency
All-orf T I'atrlck, convicted of tlio
. t i.i.. , 1 -vr vi.
ia IfOO, lia m'i'iirod a writ of habeas
(trpos, rt-t uriiuldo jNovomuor zv.
Pom I'ius dt'cinres Hint Frunco dis
oiainiitcs wantonly against Catholic
Iwtaty bodies have been locntod in
tit nine at merry, jii, unu lias been
Loeb hn bpgun houscclonuing at tho
Xt lork customs houso by discharge
Ui ux employes.
Ue lntt(l Htnles legation at San-
fyp tvJl ho closed unless Cliilo rcc-
the .lKop claim.
MAY DEFY PEOPLE.
Britblh Houso of Lords ThrnatAn
London, ov. 17. In tho houso of
lords today Lord Lansdowno. lcndnr nt
tho opposition, gave tho formal and ox
poctod notice of his intention to movo
for tho rejection of tho budgot bill
Whon it comes ur next Mondav.
ills motion, ho said, would bo ex
pressed thus: "I movo that this houso
is not justified in giving its consent to
miis uni until it lias boon submitted to
tho judgment of tho country."
Tho terms of Lord Lansdowno 's mo
tlon wero communicated to Promior
IK W ?. "'ifP ?110?1,, 01 Asqulth and discussed by tho cabinet
liw.ipoo m connection with tho fuiluro emmnil. tTnlnninfo fltiKnfnnin Mm son
council. Unionists anticipate that 300
peers will support Lord Lansdownc,
wmio supporters 01 tho covornment in
tlio iiouso or lords number only 40.
un tlio rejection of tho budget it is
expected that tho premier will movo
in tho houso of commons a resolution
strongly condomninK tho poors' nction,
amrming tho soio rignt of tlio com
mons to deal with matters of taxation
and declaring lho poors' attempt to
Torco a dissolution unconstitutional
AVhnt further courso Premier Asquith
will tnko is not known, but it is quite
unlikely that tho cabinet will resign,
unloss tho government is defeated at
tfibatik nt Tipton, I ml.
Italy lias prepared an incomo tax
tilt the government revenues may bo
ifp: up ani at tno snniu tlmo tho bur
in on the poor relieved.
B. W. Oihler, editor-in-chief of tho
(tnry imigjtzino, is dead. Ho was
m JM and was 0110 of tho most
tmsnitnt writers in tho United Stntcs.
Il I. ...M Sa . a aaa
u 11 am uoiini uoni win marrv
ipla if he can socuro pnpal annul
tant of his marriage with Anna Clould.
Friends of ex -Secretary Carlisle have
uue nope 01 tits recovery.
John Q, Carlisle is mnph Imnrnvml.
al hit physician says his condition Is
tit tlP.Irl fit MiO l,ln a I..
uMr,;;. .J :V.r V-.VA' . Boll Telephono Takes Ovor Westoni
. . -uu cuu-k maun 1 .... , , ,
pint him. Western Union Telograph Company.
Ssipicion noints Boston, Nov. 17. A long strido
ijhn ns implicated In tho sugar toward tho comploto control by ono
tail frauds. corporation of all wiro communication
n ,, , .... In tho United Stntcs was mado today
"woriiia millionaire, la aoriously 111 Tolophono & Telegraph company of tho
-w , Mntitrni nr -thA Wim iirn ninn 1G1Q
fVs Htnln flirt nlionmt inn nmTilnfft.
tho incorporation of a now $1,000,000,
000 comnanv is announced. It is Baid
BILLION DOLLAR MEEQER.
We two Portland boys who hold up
IvF, ,at 8nn 'Toso' Cal., and secured
Wltf, bavo pleaded guilty.
.1 J w ""''"'" cim- tlio now corporation 1
wtte for tho Moxicnn prosldoncy, has 592,(7,100 of bonds r
Pe to Europo for a longthy tour. American Telephono &
vcacrai j eyos, montionod ns a can- tho now corporation will includo tho
iv.M.tu.j.ius in iiicamirua aro 8aiuir'wv --- - ----
lave the govornmont army in a bad U" outstanding $105,000,000 of bonds
niMl BlUCAO Ui- HIV UUOIUJU win
Ckirlu v .J The acquisition , of thq Western Union
hfnw i, vuwu iuuuuut stock UV tllO JJ0H company mm uuun in
A 11?V.V"U10 S18.1? progress' for six months, and only a
M- i . juu-o uu uuu unu igiti ciOnt nnlOlinc IO lliuuro tunnui, ou.ii
nnd stock of tho
Tolonhono & Tclecrnnh com
Revolutionists in Nlcarntrua nro snid pany. known ns tho Bell company, and
Ntion and threaten it with nnnlhila
WMiihed 73 homos.
&t0 lmvo tho president 's army
8rtiaJ ,ftw ,,nB boon proclaimed in
m of tho mayor.
.tog Manuel, of Portucal. is visit-
'DBlat'. It la bollovod ho Js
"ivcrton. Pntn . 1- 10 i.i... .
laow T it i'Uiw jo iiiuiiua ui
J, . "ron(l tralllo has boon inter-
T-l Condition Tl. n
M ...... UUI1U VI, V.UI11P1U,
l c,rctary of tbo treasury, has as
ftafJ a serious aspect.
humi'tr'?cr ' fc,,o coppor companios
O1SK1 1 1 od Stat08" wlth $1,000,000,000
fiai is bolnc orcanizod.
T,homa8 F- Qraham of San
hi. ''f18. boon choson lioad of tho
fast bnsoball loaguo.
""lireniO COlirf. linn ann4nnfn1 n
M f!e5 m!'""1 nnd flvo othors to
1006 g to Prvont a lynobing
trllrawft!inn 6uBnr plantors roport
l W m.r, hns boon Jmportod thoro
itt. "MI troublo on tho islands
,j rotball playor has boon
uuo Bonously hurt,
ire 1H11 Is ,(lul..t outwardly, but troops
"break or foar o anotll0,:
Lilian J. (Innn n II,.
J'8an p 8 4? morry M" Ada Ballou
.iKHev.n8ag0.1"u, oon rocolyod from
U) u'1 aylng no accldont whotovor
i DaPP0nod to bis party.
in Un fil nnr cent, was taken over,
nniflnrs of tho tolenhono company bo
tinim Hint tho mercor will savo tno
Tlnll comnanv 75.000.000 in now con
stmotion, whilo it nlso will onnblo the
utilization of wires both tor toiograpu
Ing and telephoning.
Throo Doad, Fivo Injurod.
Pittsburg, Nov. 10. Throo unidonti
flod mon nro doad, flvo othors aro sori-
ously injured and 12 mon and womon
nro sufforlng from bruisos nna anocits,
tho rosult of a flro in a lodging-houso
on tho rivor front early today. Whon
tho flro broko out 30 porsons wero
nsloop in tho building. Firemen
nrousod them and carried tho womon
and childron to safety. Bodlos of tho
unldontlflod foroignors woro not found
until this aftornoon, whon porsons
clonrlng away tho dobris found thorn
undor a Btnlrway.
Now Map of World.
London, Nov. 17. An international
couforonco of topogrnplrors mot in Lon
don today for tho purposo of doslgn
ing n world map intondod to bo ac
cepted ns ofllclal by all of the coun
trios roprosontod. Tho conforonco is
tho diroot outgrowth of tho rocont in
ternational geographical congross at
Gonova. Tho United States is ropro
sontod at tho conforonco by Stephen J.
Ifubol and Bailoy WUHa, topographors
of tho United States geological survoy.
Insano WW Pick Fruit
01.. .i,i Mnv. 17. A rlan for
fresh-air iroatraont of tho city's insano
at tbo municipal larm ouiuy
nouncod today! Tho city will p aco per
bods sufforlng from curablo domontla
In fruit orchards and vegetable gar
, .1 wnrmnRvlllo farm. Simi
lar troatment has proved offootivo with
Manila Dofonses Ablo to Dofond City
Washington, Nov. 20. After tho
work of sovoral years and concorning
which littlo ni)ws has boon hornlded, the
United States today Is in a position to
dofond tho city of Manila against tho
"cots of the world.
War Is believed to bo a long wny olT,
if ovor it does come, but if the unex
poctod happens and some foreign na
tlon attompts to duplii-are Admiral
Dowoy's feat, it will And that tho wuv
to tho repetition of that trluinith is
1.1 1. . .
Jf tho Spaniards of somo vcars aero
had boon uiven tho senso to fortifv
properly, tho rocky Island of Coregidor,
ui mo ontranco to -Manila bay, Dowoy
might bo rappinir for tho entrance vet.
Army ofllcors nnd naval officers, too
sny that Coregidor is as strong ns Gib
raltar. Tho island is a huge rock, with
precipitous sides, rising to a great
height over tho wator.
Between Coreiridor and tho nolnt of
miuninna at tno moutii of Manila bay
aro several small islands, on which de
fense works will bo built. With these.
as nn army ofllcor has put it, "there
will bo a cinch put on tho cortninty"
uinr, no hostile ship -over will go
through to confront Manila with its
OEEGON WHEAT HELD HIGH.
Farm Valuo D2 Cents Against 83 for
Wnshinctton, Nov. 18. According to
tho doartmont of agriculture crop ro-
porc, i&sueu touay, tno larm valuo 01
whoat on November . 1 was 92 conts in
Oregon, 80 conts in Washington and 83
cents in Idaho, ns against 83- cents in
Oregon, 82 in Washington and 74 in
Idaho Novembor 1, 1008.
Tho prico hns advanced 5 conts in
Oregon sinco October 1, 2 cents in
Washington und 8 cents in Idaho. Ore
gon and Idnho wheat, both this season
and last, weighed CO pounds per bushel,
two pounds abovo tho 10-ycar average;
Washington wheat weighed 59 pounds,
tho average for that state.
Forest Work Needs $400,000.
Washington, Ncv. 18. Four hundred
thousand dollnrs, in tho judgment of
Secretary Wilson of tho department of
agriculture, will bo necessary to admin
ister properly tho 25,000,000 acres of
public lands added to tho national for
ests by ,1'rcsident Hoosovelt during tho
inst six weeKs ot Jus administration.
Tho bulk of theso lands aro in Alaska,
The appropriation for tho current year
tor tho administration of tho national
forests is $4,02-1,000.
Relief Is Badly Needed.
Washington, Nov. 20. Tho American
National Hod Cross in this citv todav
received the following telegram from
National Director Ernest P. Bicknell. at
i-nerry, in.: "l'crmanent representa
tive relief committee organized, with
myself as chairman. Tho governor is
sued appeal today directing that contri
butions bo sent to Orson Smith. We
have a long, hard task ahead. Tho sit
nation here is most serious."
SETlxiEES WIN DECISION.
SETS 1fJJ?Z Japan's Working ef Minchirlin
Nines Not a Monopoly.
Heal Workers on Irrigation Projects to
Washington, Nov. 10. aotticrs on
rrnvnrninnnt (rrttratlnn nroW.fs who as
sistod in constructing theso projects, WZWZ rl
congross aro not secrets sinco tho re
cent tour of tho president. Ho has in
dicated pretty clearly in his speeches
what thoy will bo, and has mapped out
a program more ambitious ana moro ox
tonsivo than oven Mr. Hoosovelt him
self over attempted. Mr. Taft proposes
KNOX SAYS DOOR IS LEFT OPEFT
and who wero paid in water users'
certificates, sinco declared invalid by
the attorney genera), aro to bo paid in
cash for such services as they rcn
dorcd. This will bo dono under the
decision of tho controller of vho treas
ury, who concurs in tho view of tho
attorney general that tho issuance of
certificates was illegal, but who fur
ther holds that, inasmuch ns actual
work was performed in tho interest of
tho government, it must be paid for.
Ho directs that this indebtedness bo
discharged by money from tho reclam
ation fund. As tho controller's decis
ion is interpreted, it docs not authorize
tho redemption of outstanding certifi
cates but morcly directs tho payment
01 tnoso settlors who performed con
This, in effect, means that tho cer
tificates held by settlors who did tho
t. !, I. 1. .1
worn win 00 accopica dv tno govern
ment as an indication of tho amount
duo each settler, but does not justify
tbo interior department in redeeming
certificates hold by speculators who
performed na services.
Thoro aro about $300,000 worth of
Both Nations Assure United States
Territory Is Open to Anyone
Who Finds Minerals.
gross at ono time to ask in a slnglo
message for tuo onactmont ox laws mat
will, if thoy aro passed, mark tho com
ing session of congross as truly epoch-making.
Most of tho bills ho proposes to bavo
introduced affect corporations in ono
w.iv nr nnnf.liAr. nml .1ia mnti fmnnr-
tant of them promise to arouso fully Washington, Nov. 10. Ttcconfc treat-
as much opposition as anything that ios entered into by China and Japan
dovoiopod in tho fight over tho rate M to tho operation of coal mines along
bill thrco years ago
"Tr. Tntt will nrnnniifl in rnntrrojia lm
portant legislation upon at least ten Antung-Mukden railway do not creato
tho South Manchurian railway and tho
monopolies, and henco aro not viola
tions of tho "open door" or the
"equal opportunities" principles, to
ate, so that from tho present point of tho observance of which all leading
view tho prospect is for a long and powers are picugeu.
subjects. Each is a, matter which will
provoke discussion and arouso opposi
tion in congress, especially in tho sen
acrimonious session. The chief sub
jeets on which tho president will rec
ommend legislation aro:
This is tho conclusion reached by tho
stato department after a long and
careful investigation of tho question
1. Suoorvision of tho Issue of stocks involved
and bonds by interstate corporations. T? department today issued tho fol-
icoadjustment or tho duties and '""'"S amieinem.:
powers of tho Interstate Commerce "in view or tno wiaespreaa puDiicity
Commission. of tho statement that tho recent Chi-
3. Expansion of tho duties of the ncso-Japaneso agreement relating to
bureau of corporations. .Manchuria created for Chinese and
4. Creation of a new bureau in tho Japanese subjects a monopoly to carry
department of justice to deal with on mining operations along tho South
Extravagance Is Nation's Sin.
Washington, Nov. 19. James J. Hill.
trie ranroau ouiider, had a talk with
President Taft yesterday. Boforo leav-
ng tno ivhito houso Hill allogod that
tno country must economize in both
irivato and government exnenscs.
History shows that tho high cost of
. t. , -
ivuii' i3 mo Beginning or every na
tional decline," ho declared. Hill
talked to Senator J3ourno, chairman of
mo sonato suocommitteo on public ex-
poiiuitures. uourno said no was pre
paring a roport showing that tho arov-
ernmont was spending needlessly from
iiu,uuu,uuu to Jjsiuu,uuu,uuu annually.
violations of law by interstate carriers,
i). .establishment of a so-called
G. Amendment of -tbo Sherman anti
7. Creation of a postal savings bank.
is. Hhip subsidies.
9. Amendment of tho procedure re
garding tho granting of injunctions,
uonservation of natural re
KNIFE FOB EUEF.
Manchurian railway and tho Antung
Mukden railway, which would exclude
Americans from an extensive field 'of
industrial enterprise, inquiry has beea
made of tho two signatory powers and
official assurance has been received
from each to the effect that no such,
exclusive claim to mining rights was
intended by the agreement, and that
if minerals are found bv Americans
and others within the designated ter-
iituiicD, ii u uujucwun wjii do mauo 10
their working mines under concessions
granted by China the whole scope and
purposo of the agreement being that
any oporation by Chinose and Japanese
gubjects of tho mines within tho ter
ritory mentioned should bo joint as be
Qompors' Petition Denied.
Washington, Nov. 18. Tho circuit
court of appeals yostordny doniod tho
PQtttion ot i'rcsident Qompors, vico
President Mitchell and Secretary Mor
rison of tho American Federation of
Labor to stay tho issuance of the man
date until .inly 22, thereby giving tho
lubor loaders moro timo to perfect thoir
appeal to the supremo court. Unless tho
supremo court intorvones tho mandate
will bo issuod next Saturday.
Denies Aiding Trust.
Washington, Nov. 18. In a state
ment to tho United Press. James B.
Reynolds, formorly assistant secretary
of the treasury and now a member of
tho now tariff board, has entered a
broad gonoral donial to tho charges
mndo against him to tho effect that ho
obstructed tbo prosecution of tho sugar
Well Known Wyitor Doad.
Washington, Nov. 10. Raymond Al
bert Pattorson, a widoly known nows-
Eapor writer, diod horo today. Ho had
oon connected with tho Ohicngo Trib
uno for 31 years, 15 years as its Wash
ington correspondent. Ho was a school
mato of President Taft Ho was 53
yoars of ago at tho timo of his death.
Taft Considers Message.
Washington, Nov. 17. Presidont
Taft will in a few days considor tho
amondmont to tho intorstato commorco
nnd anti-trust laws which ho will rec
ommend to congross in his message. W.
C. Brown, president of tho isow York
Contral, was among tho president's
callors today. '
Presidont Burios Scrlbo.
Washington. Nov. 17. President
Taft this afternoon attonded tho fu
nornl of Raymond A. Pattorson, lato
correspondent of tho Chicago Tribune
this city. Mr. rattorsou and tho
irosidont wore classmates nt Yalo. and
Mr, Taft aotod ns an honorary pall-
Nagel Orders Do Lara Frcod.
Washington, Nov. 17. Soorotary Na-
gol nnuouncod today that the ovidonco
against Do Lara, the Mexican hold at
Los Angolos on tho ohargo of being an
alion anarohlst, was insufficient to hold
him, and ho wlrod to Los Angolos or
doring his roloaso.
Conforonco Is Postponed.
Washington. Nov. 20. B. D. Town-
sond's couforonco with Attorney Oon-
oral wiCKorsunm tins boon postponed
i wcok, ponuing wniou notmng will bo
tlrrlug in tho land grant forfoituro
Former Boss of San Francisco
Loso Sight and Hearing.
San Francisco, Nov. 16. Abo Ruef.
former boss of San Francisco, who was
absoluto dictator of the city for five
years, is threatened with total blind
ness and deafness. An operation on
his eyes win bo performed next Wed
nesday and on tho success of this will
depend tho offort to save his hearing,
T & 1 At. . f
r j.tr ' nuez aaa ueeu in ino coumv nan ior
gonoWlof the islands stat nthat H little raor0 than a Pcdine P ""achincry of the government moes
SffSiiSotxX ?ral fhiS 5 h?gher C?rt- ftTfe. "ertainty surround-
nis bcuicucuu. 10 xuur ytsuia Jul-1 -s ou mihcu aujjm ajuuu cusea JS
Typhoon Destroys Towns.
Washington, Nov. 10. Tho destruc
tive character of tho recent tvnhoon
that passed through Tacloban in the
Philippines, is indicated by a cable-
LOEB CREDITS EOOSEVELT.
Collector Says Ex-President Influenced
New York, Nov. 16. While tho legal
ern Lyto, thonco passed through Capiz
and out over tho China sea. The army
post at uagami was destroyed. Con
sidorablo damage was done to property
in xaciouan. in Uapiz tho provincial
govornmont building and railroad
offices and houses built of light mate
rial were blown down. Growing crops
Pinchot to Know Status.
Washington, Nov. 19. It is rumored
tonight that Gifford Pinchot. govern
ment forester, has written to President
Taft, oxpressing a desire to have his
status in the administration more clear
ly defined so as to set at rest the s6-
called controversy between Secretary
of the Interior Ballinger and himself
. .. ... 1 i iL. . -
in i-(jinu io mo consorvanon policies.
Tho report has it that in his letter to
tho president Mr. Pinchot requestod
-nr. inrt to ucciaro himself omphati-
L'lmy eiiucr ior nncuot or ior uai-
Captaincy for Peary.
Washington, Nov. 17. Commander
Robert E. Peary, civil ongineer who
holds that titlo rank by courtesy, will
soon bo promoted to a captaincy in tho
civil engineers corps by reason of tho
i ' . i . i
ruuremuni, ot mo man next nbove.
Peary's rank as captain also -will bo
by. courtesy, lie will got $8,000 a year.
It is said that ho is to apply for re
tirement. In that case ho would get
$4,000 a year and bo free to do private
prisonment by Superior Judge Lawlor
after having been convicted of brib
ing ono of the "boodling" board of
supervisors in the overhead trolley
Ruef in talking about his case, at
tributes his affliction to lack of air.
"I have been advised that an opera
tion is imperative and have deter
mined to submit to it. I have also
been informed my afflictions result
from lack of air. There is a growth
in my nose that is said to also affect
my sight and Jieanng. Since I have
been out here it has been impossible
r a. t. . .
lur mu iu yet any air except Dy warn
ing, and that only for a short dis
WAR CLOUD CLEARS.
interpreted to foreshadow an inquiry
which may rank with the insurance
upheaval of 1905.
Boston and Philadelphia wero
brought within the scope of the inves
tigation today with the report that the
government would attempt to obtain.
oacK amies on sugar m those citie3,
while investigation went on in New-
York with repeated rumors of reach
ing "men higher up."
Henry L. Stimson, special attorney
for the government in the cases, de
clined to discuss this phase of tho
William Loeb, Jr.. collector of tho
port, also was inclined to be reticent,
but he repeated that it was through,
tho influence of Theodore Roosevelt
that the indictment and prosecution of
sugar frauds was undertaken. Accord
ing to Mr. Loeb. ho had talked over
the matter with Mr. Roosevelt before
ho took charge of tho customs houso
HOPE IS ABANDONED.
Jail, Then Shrievalty.
Washington, Nov. 19. Rather than
ask for clemency from tho government
mat nas nxou upon him tho stigma of
failure to perform his duty as shoriff,
.losepn jv, anipp will probably chooso
io go uacic to tno poopio of Hamilton
county, Tonn., after his term in jail
ror contempt of tho supreme court of
11 . tt 1 "!-. . . . I
mo unueu estates has been served. Ho
plans to test the Tonnossooans' confi
dence in him by asking them to re.
oicct mm to oitice.
Canada Will Not Be Called Upon
Ottawa, Ont., Nov. 16. The reported
momentous arrangement between the
cabinets of the British and German
empires has blighted the prospects of Rescuers Forced to Give Up Work in
n. . ri T r . m. . - I
mu uimuiun navy, xno proposal tor
about $25,000,000 to start the building
or war crart win not now be mado to
tho Dominion government.
News from inside sources is that offi
cial information has been received and
that an understanding has boon reached
betweon England and Germany that
may rosult in a period being sot to
thoir rivalry in naval construction. As
tho chief purposo of tho. projected Ca
nadian navy was to aid the mother
country in the event of hostilities.
which were beliovcd to bo threatened
by Gormany, tho rumored arrangement
betwoon the governments in London
and Borlin clears up tho situation and
ronuors unnecessary the heavy expen-
riiriirn inr wni- inoa a hw I 'nnn.in
Presont indications aro, therefore, that u c?,cals producing carbonic acid
tho government will content itself with Pf,wi11 bo forced through pipes to tho
trio acquisition of a few vessels of " ... ,m Ui l" mino tomorrow. These
Cherry, HI., Nov. 16. Tho 300 or
more miners entombed in the St. Paul
mine by last Saturday's catastrophe
are dead. Some of the bodies lio
buried beneath thousands of tons of
earth which caved in upon them. Theso
will never be recovered.
Rescue work is teniporarilv nkin.
doned. Renowcd fires in the mine mnUn
further descents impossible. Fans em
ployed in an effort to carry fresh air
to the imprisoned men enlivened tho
flames. Soon the heat and smoke be
came so dense it was necessary again
to seal up tie mouth of the hnUtinf
shaft, and tonight the entombed man
are locked in a death dungeon. Steam
No Sunday Mail for Coos
Washington. Nov. 18. The milmn.l
botweon Marshflold and Mvrtlo Point
uomnnas ipiuu ior
moderato ejzo and cost, torpedo craft
Land Fraud Indictments.
Portland. Nov. 15. Indictments
charging them with forming a conspir-
uiiy io uuiruuu mo united atates gov
ernment out of about 7,000 acres of
will havo a tendency to choko out tha
Three hundred coffins
dored half of them to arrive Timsi
and half on Wednesday,
Reform Begins in India.
Simla, British India, Nov. 16. Tha
plan for the reform of the British art-
demands $100 for running n flnnini ornmont oui
train on Sundavs tn nnrrv mill in rv.no land in tho vicinity of Irricon. Uma
BnV towns tlint fhnv mnv lin,A n an.-nn tilla county, Oregon, woro returned hv I ministration
v - --, tw uvjtuii ,, , - v , . i , " ' " -""'"j tvu n ua uub
sucviuu iao postoiuco uopartmont iWV4Vt j1 oamruujr uixor "uuu u juora jvxoney, secretary of
refuses to make a contract on tlmt non against J, Thorburn Rosa. Frank state for India, in tlm fcnnn Af iAia
1 . I T TT11 1 .1 TV -n a. .( ..It . . ' . w v wv
oasis, wnicn seems to preclude the pos "UJuro ionn iu. Auouison, all uast uecembor, designed to give India
sibllity of tho Coos Bay towns getting rana. These men have been offi an embryo constitution admittintr tho
what thoy desire.
Coal Case Ordered Reopened.
Washington. Nov. 10. President
Tnft hns reopened tho Ballingor-Pinchot
controversy, according to authoritative
information received today. It is un-
uuisiuou mat tno presidont nas asked
Attorney Gonoral Wickorsham for a
writton opinion as to "whether Secre
tary of tho Intorior Ballingor's activi
ties in tho Cunningham coal lnnd cnsn.q
woro within tho law.
cors of tho Oregon Land & Water com- natives to nn imnnrtnni oi,., ..
- uwsvmmv UUUIW AAA bUU
rvi ow"y wipumuua ai mo jugismuon or tno country, wont into
now ueruncc xuie uuaranteo & Trust effect today. Thus began a new and
uuu ua umuora ul tun iormnr i siriKinrr nnnnh in thn h otnn T). i u
- - - I O W UIDlVt I -U I I Lljll
company thoy are chargod with having rulo in India. Under tho program all
iunijjuua unu special interests may;
lojirraouiuiivos io tno viceroys
uu iruviuciai councils.
committod tho crime named.
Woman Doctor Weds Olrl.
San Francisco. Nov. 1C Dr. Alico
Bush of Oakland, a well known physi
cian and dnughtor of Tax Collector
King May Step Down.
London, Nov. 10. Tho abdication of
Bush of San Francisco, was granted a KinS Leopold of Belgium is momon
Employers Hold to Liability.
vyasntngton, Nov. 17. Tho fedoral
divorco yesterday on the unusual plea tari,y expected, according to a corro
of fraud in tho marriapo contmnt. Tn spondont - of Rovnold's NAwnnnnm- -
1 . . , O- I - " ' - "
pmin worus, ur. iiush found that she Brussels. His dispatches declare that
supreme court today dooidod that tho was R K " Mnri Tfln din ? uas ?.n .w,arncu 80ua
employers' liability act of innn i! will follow if ho refuses
stltutional in tho territories and tho 11; camo u?r? l? woo8 tho throne. It is under-C?!-
ItarconsSutS fnro?9pW 2? J?'
nlity In tho states was not passod upon.
Heney Ordered to Oregon,
Washington, Nov. 17. Formal an
nouncoment was mado at tho depart
muuv u juauco loaay or wio reappoint
uium ul xrancis j, nonoy as
Carlisle Seriously Hi.
Now York. Nov. 10. John n. C.nr.
lislo, who was seorotarv of tha trns.
. a . - 1
ury unuer a-rosmont Ulevoland, was re
negotiating with Prince Albert, heir
to tho throne, to persuade him to suc
ceed his father. ,
Moors Send Submission.
attorney goneral to represent tho gov- he lies serious v 1 1 Vi i , trlbsmon ha Mat thoir subrala.
ornmont in tho Oregoaland cases. final tto?ui ' Intoa- ? onqto Q Marina, commander of
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