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ARE YOU DEAD FREIGHT OR. AR.E YOU A LIVE LOCOMOTIVE?
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Portland Policeman Killed in a
Three Cornered Family
THE MURDERER ESCAPES
Difliciilty Between nrothers-lii-Lgpf
Ends In a Tiwydy AUcmuM
On Two Lives, jf
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4 PORTLAND Dee,$iO. Mel-
ville G. Brafey, wjfb last night
Bhot and killed UJmceiiiaii John
JI Giddinjk, JujV not be -n an-
freliPi.dotf, yjpugli tho police
have a 'fcajlF0 his whereabouts
di d x,J$Tlo arrest him todav.
C it - said by tho police that tho ,
i I up.,; wi.s the result of G d-
' in orf -'re ice in a quarrel O
C- between Brt d!o and J. P. Si
jinnn.. Pffidlftr'a livntlinr-ln-lnv
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growing out 01 an auegeu ueut- v
ing of Mrs. Bnjdley by her litis-
band, in a fit of drunken jeal-
ousy. Bradley first attempted
to kill Slvonor and then turned
his attention to Giddings, who
had accompanied Slvenor to s
Bradley's Jiome. In all about
eight shots wore fired, Giddings
returning Bradley's" fire.
Attempts to. Impeach Orchard's Tc
mony l)j Assistant At
(By Associated Press.)
BOISE, Dec. 19. Harry Orchard
was recalled and in tho absence of
Attorney Darrow, who is still ill,
Edgar Wilson put t tho impeaching
questions. Orchard' was asked re
garding his alleged conversation with
Max Melich, Eugene Enley, Dr. Mat
nee, Lottie Day end other3. Orchard
denied that he had threatened in the
presence of any of these to kill
Steunenbcrg because he had been
driven from tho Conor do Aleii's and
had lost hi3 interest in tho Hercules
mine. On redirect examination by
Ilawley tho stato introduced in evi
dence a deed of Orchard to Dan
Codna, of one sixteenth interest In
the Horculea mine. Showing that the
transfer was made March 7, 1808.
A year prior to tho trouble in the1
Conor do Alenes.
Young Emmons Toils in Woolen Mills
For i?0 u Week.
LAWRENCE, Mass., Dec. 19.
With grimy face and hands, Nathan
iel F. Emmons, scion of one of tho
wealthiest and most aristocratic
families in New England, is work
ing in the woolen mills here for $9
a week. Ho Is living In two modest
ly furnished rooms with his young
and handsome bride of but three
She was Miss Elizabeth Prescott
Lawrence, daughter of James Law
rence, a wealthy resident of Groton.
Tho pair first met in Beck Hall on
class day last June, when Mr. Em
mons graduated from Harvard.
They were to have an elaborate
wedding in Trinity church, Boston,
Tiovt ninnMv lmt desirinK to avoid
the fuss, slipped away to Groton ana
wore secretly married by the town
Young Emmons starts out every
morning at C o'clock In his overalls
and jumper to learn the woolen mill
business. Ho Intends entering the
wholesale woolen business in Boston.
It is reported that Mr. Emmons and
his father, N. H. Emmons, of Boston,
aro not on tho host of terms.
BELL FOUNTAIN Turkey rais
ing has been a very profitable under
taking for the paat few years around
Bellfountaln, Union county. This
year ono woman has sold 205.10
worth of the fowls, and has 30 yet to
sell, besides replacing the old ones.
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Two Represents ves in the Na
tional House Enrage in
S AMD DE ARM0I1D
s-.nlov Jfcl the Minority Proves Al
to j, Vann"j-lu-d in Fistic Kn-
euiftu-i M.uiy Witness tlie
iBy Associated Press!
il GTO.W Dec. 19S
llilia.in, leader of the
?l ii-CbcnUitive David
ot Mi sfl'in. dig igec
ir t''o. pa-i.Iag of tl;o lk
otitic house this aftyiioJ
a$ ulti r adjournment. i
!tP !. tli.. f,..uf l.lrttir mwl Tli
alia ted vigorously with a
lsi Williams came out o'
le 1 in.jud and bleeding,
,ti i ot Do Armond showed
io in., i .! the encounter which was
w.tn sacBliy nore than a hundred
nembertjftf tho house and a large
number m people in the galleries, in
cluding .core of women.
Willi-Ms and De Armond were
ated Jrd engaged in a very earnest
alk Ingbw tones when suddenly the
strug:; commenced. They went to
It liniJRier and tongs until separated
jv alat.sistant sergeant at arms and
raeiJpers of the house and attendants.
IN POWERS TRIAL
!deiue Introduced to Prove Tiiat
Voutsey Was Ileal Jlurclercp of
(By sociated Press)
GEORGE fVN, Dec. lOjfTrhe
Powers trial ok a decide sen
sational turn'ien the jJipenso in
en effort to brfe W$the dlrect
testimony of WiilTaW Youtsoy in-
'rod.:ced two follow convicts of
Youtsoy who swore the latter had
told them that Powers was innocent
of tho murder as a babe and that he
Youtsoy, had killed Goebel and that
Powers and Howadr had nothing to
do with it.
JOHN 1). Sl. SAYS
Rockefeller's Son Formally Launches
Boom ol Xew York's Governor.
NEW YORK, Dec. 19. The presi
dential boom of Governor Charles E.
Hushes was again launched in New
York City; this time at tho annual
dinner of the Bible class presided
over by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. In
his address at tho dinner, Mr. Rocke
feller called attention to tho fact that
Oovernor Hughes was onco a member
of the class and referred to him as a
possible occupant of tho White
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applause from the members of tho
House. This brought iortn great
class. The principal speaker at mo
dinner was Frank A. Vanderllp, vice-
president of tho National City Bank,
who spoke on tho recent financial
flurry. Tho dinner was more emu-
,.ntn thnn tho one held last year,
each member of tho class paying'
m -,n fun his ninni. whereas last year
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the price was ?1.00.
IONE may have a flourmill.
CRCOIC A crook county stallion
valued at $3,500 died last week of
AETNA Three aro 2G9 children
of school age In the Athena district,
as against 234 a year ago.
A BAKER CITY boy 15 years old
was arrested for tho larceny of two
stoves arid two shotguns. He broke
ho stoves and sold them for old
junk and hid the guns in a boxcar.
NEHALEM men report that the
itreams over thero are full of dog
imon. One man said he pitchfork
ed 200 of those fish in one day. An
other offerod to bet that ho had
nitchforked 10.000 In his life. The
farmers over on the Nehalem use
these fiah to fertilize their gardens,
-vlth first-class results.
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MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS
tIE COOS BAY TIMES, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1907.
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to 3arr mines of the PIttsbu
t&s west of here. Fulli on
a hook the vicinity of the
.Vinci... n l.rifiirv urilnTlllin fm
.WAiCOii.- in in-cj v v........ - " -
tme was wrecked, preventing
ahere i3 much chance lor in
,n a fe, l.i in u att r t.iu
with rolatUcs and frien
men v. ere
at tl'r icw
the safest .v n-d
0 THEIR DEAD KING
cf Kpleiidor Mmits tho
,il Ceremonies of King
in' in Stoekliolm Today.
(Bj Associated Prots )
STOCKHOLM, Dec 19.-
jf King Oscar was interro
.oday in Riddarholm C
burial place of SwediaaKings and
heirs. The ccemonhypfre1"6 simple
Along the snow-covRl route of the
funeral processioidpousands gath
ered, bareheadedJpi the biting cold
to pay their lasjBbmage to the
TmniPiiintolv aHPfo wins? the he:
walked GndjKh the new
Sweden, Ujiskiug of Deiim
the nriraKs of the S
house, JjjRwed by the
all oRs of the w
ap-onlicinis jfico Option on 1500
(By Jfcsoclatcd Press.)
SAN PJKNCISCO. Calit., Dec. IS.
To Gkonheims for their Amerl-
ein SjjTlters S"curitles Co. have talc-
W ..... .... iron c i.wi
n a option on, i.;iuu uuica "i muu
JT. . ,. iir..ti,
onjfuarquinz atraita nuur faumv.
Rltn for a new smelter. This
fteann, it is said, abandonment of tho
site boug'-.t tvo years ago at Point
Bruno where they planned to erect
a $7,000,000 smelter,-
LOGS IX THE OCEAX.
Great Timbers Are Keportetl to Do
-Floating Off Gray's Harbor.
SEATTLE, Dec. 19. Hundreds of
mammoth logs aro uoating on unij a
Harbor in the path of Seattle and
. ', mi i,
San Francisco steamers. These logs
are fast becoming a menace to navi
gation. The captatu of the Buck
man, which has arrived from San
Franpisco, reports that ho ran Into a
big bunch of tho logs on Monday and
for hours, had a difficult time keeping
his steamer from being struck by tho
The captain also reported sighting,
at a poilit ten miles north of Gray's
Harbor a largo fishing boat painted
nai "wi I u . n -" o
gre0n, f-ith sides stovo in and partly
filled ith water. It is believed that.
the beat is one which has been miss
ing fpr over a week from Gray's liar-
j boryhnd that the five fishermen which
were in it have tounti watery gravis
ppSQQ TO ROSE
CITY IN 46 HOURS
Steamer Persia Makes n Record Trip
IletHoen Two Points.
pnnn.AN'n. Dec. 18. Equipped
'n lin.i.lu .iV 1
U. Dec 19 -afdPt
f"o epio)'! wo i wmmfffi '
tVi.- initp w.l oi.e of tho sal
De pftv Fi"l liCMtSzF. BGLrJi
pv, the tie
King of D(
with four masts, and rigged like ajSan Francisco. President Roosovolt
barkontine, tho British steamship has asked for more information of
Persia Captain Dixon, arrived from conditions here forthwith and tolo-
San Francisco after one of the quick-
est passages over mado from that
port. She completed he.- run from
her dock in tho Bay City to tho Co
lumbia river llghtshln In 38 hours.
Maintaining her splendid record, she
made tho trip up tho river to Port
land In seven hours and 45 minutes,
notwithstanding her great draft and
the strona current she had to stem.
In her palmiest days, tho Ill-fated
Columbia, the eraok steamer of the
coast, never made as good a showing
from dock to doek.
-Red wagons at Milner's.
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otfr- hundred miners were entombed
o Company at Jacob's Creek, eigh-
fftlred are Americans. A terrific ex-
it 11:30 and shortly after smoke
,he mouth of the mine. Tho mouth.
attempt at rescue. It is
en en the intldo.
oi Vf T'.o-.th of t'io
o to- 'ica nipn T-aPTc-'ne
tho mouth of th
anfrXchiUlren of taKentombou
made In subdulriJPio ftre. It
mine is on" of Ui imprisoned.
oi'.o t'a.3 i I'crjgpti no details of
t. - s (im .iarPro it was statea
oj ', a co..i;)aJrti'id It was believed
C? .? CVDPCCCJ Pi
tlwU) ll ilk-UJ
Ticiel il !a !in ti'mp(s
Lsirv Sliiimient of Gt
1 1y AssoclnyFPres )
PliiLADnDPHjar D c 19. Wil
liam A U3. ittJJKs been arrested and
hcid foj tyiri charged with an at
tempt toaPreak into a car on the
Buu'aloJKkpress containing sixty
thoukyjru dollars in gold bullion, be-
insjilhipped by the government to
ato. Hewitt was discovered in.
act of cutting tho gas pipe under
the car with the evident intention of
entering the car when the lights went
nut. Ho uns mirsued and cantured.
Hewitt said he had been employed as
inspector of express cars and was
familiar with the practices of the ex-
press company. Tho police believe
he has accomplices.
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(By Associated Press.)
BANDON, Dec. 8. The steamer
Elizabeth arrived in from San Fran-
cisco Sunday morning followed by
tho steamer Bandon about 10
n'nlnMr Tlln latter VOSSCl Steamed
in without a tug on a low tiae aim
presented a beautiful spectacle as
she loft the troubled waters of the
Pacinc aim guueu uy lu ""b
llllO tllO Cilllll UHU SU.UUIB 1. lll.-0 V.I
I our harbor.
I COMMITTEES ANNOUNCED
Cannon Distributes Plums
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. Shortly
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alter mo nonao cuuvii i.i.va.
. Pniinnn nniinillirpd the Various COlll-
Cannon announced tho various com
mittees which aro to servo during the
Tho now members of tho Ways
and Means aro Calderhead, Fordney,
James, Bonygno, Longworth, repub
licans, and Griggs, Randall, and Pou,
AFTER GLASS FACTORY.
Bandon Commercial Club Is Testing
BANDON, Dec. 19. The Commer
cial Club is investigating some sam
ples of sand for glass manufacturing
purposes; if it proves satisfactory,
an attempt will bo made to bring a
glass factory to this town.
President Roosevelt Keeping in Close
Touch With tho Affair.
GOLDFIELD, Dec. 19. Gen. Fun-
I ston left Goldflold this morning for
grams from various organizations and
the commission faont to make inves
tigation of tho situation aro being
Chicken dinner at Molroso
5:?0 Saturday ove.
Fancy parlor lamps at Milner's
UNION People of Union have
subscribed $25,000 toward a narrow
gnage railroad up Catherine creek
for 15 miles, Into the timber, the in
tention being to extend It ultimately
toEagle valley in Baker county.
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Anxious to Show
Feeling for Pacific
CORDIAL WELCOME WAIT
Statesmen and Press
nrcsaions of n KikerAt.t!iKlo
TOIUfl(RTec. 19. In a statement
.sociated Press Foreign Min-
unt Hayashi reiterates nis
statement that Japan views in
friendliest manner tho coming of
tho American fleet and battleships to
the Pacific, and states further that
Japan would welcome tho Heot heart
ily should it be decided to extend the
trip to Japaneso waters. Admiral
Count Togo spoke similarly regard
ing the fleet.
XO ULTERIOR .MOTIVES.
Prominent Ofllciitls Declare Their
Belief in President's Sincerity.
(By Associated Press.)
TOKIO, Dec. 19. A number of
other high officials and prominent
people spoke in tho most friendly
terms regarding tho dispatch of the
licet to the Pacific and made it clear I
that Japan does not harbor any beliof '
that an ulterior motive prompted
President Roosevelt in his determina
tion to send the battleships to tho
W'OULl) AVELCOMK FLEET.
Japaneso Paper Says They Have
Friendly Feeling for Uncle
(By Associated Press.)
TOKIO, Dec. 19. Tho Tijl In an
editorial leader today says that it
does not think tho dispatch of Ameri
can fleet to tho Pacific is intended as
a threat to Japan. The paper asserts
the American fleet would receive
cordial reception should it visit Jnp
an. It expresses as its only fear thnt
the despatch of tho fleet may tend to
encourage tho anti-Japanese feeling
on tho Pacific coast and lead to a
repetition of tho regretablo Incidents
'hat occurred in San Francisco. Tho
Tiji's opinion is almost universally
A Washington Village Has
Eighteen Cases of the
POSTMISTRESS A VICTIM
Contagion May Spread to Every
Family in Town as Result of
Exposure to Mithuly.
IBy Associated Press.)
PORTLAND, Dec. 19. A Col
villo, Wash., special to tho Evening
Telegram says that eighteen cases
of small pox aro reported at Manl,
olghtoen miles southwest of hore,
distributed among fifteon dlfferout
families, Including tho postmistress
who has heon handling mail. A sister
of tho postmistress la allogod to
have been ofio of tho first victims
of tho disoaso. County Coroner
Cook has telegraphed tho postal
authorities at Washington.
Aro You Going?
To Eokhoft Hall Saturday, Do
comber 21. Cash prize masquorado.
Bay Cash Store.
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Seize Travelers and Line Them
Up Naked loB$" -
Five of Party Escape XaUeil and
Mulct: Their Way Across Desert
To Ranch Rati Seernl
(By Associated Press.)
NOGALES, Ariz., Dec. 19. -
Leonel Carrlllo, a member of a
nroui4nont Mexican family of
Tuscon, one of a party of IS am- O
s bushed by Yaquis, on the Dol- "
ores river last Wednesday, when
twelvo were killed, has arrived
here. Carrlllo was stood up
naked with tho others by the
Yaquie, but wlien the volley was
fired ho was only wounded and
succeeded in escaping with five
others without clothing across
tho desert to a ranch. Ho
i cached thoro covered with
blood and nearly exhausted.
The Yaquis dressed as Mexican
soldiers and had twelve Mexican $-
prisoners. When Carrlllo and
five others drove up they were
slezes, strapped and lined up
with tho Mexicans to bo shot.
A All lint hIv ilrnnnoil (load at tho
flrgt vouey- tuo Indian up-rls-
inc la alarmlnc.
Roud Declares Its Regular
tloiimcnt of Profits.
(By Associated Press.)
PHILADELPHIA, Deji. IS. The
Reading company have declared their
regular semi dividend of two per
cent today, on common stock.
PROTECTING THE SALMON.
Hatcheries in Oregon Will Hold Fry
Until Able to Evado Enei.-.Ies.
OREGON CITY, Or., Dec. 19. Im
portant chnngea are scheduled in the
methods employed in feeding bofore
liberation from tho hatcheries, ac
cording to Henry O'Malley, superin
tendent of tho United States Bureau
of Fisheries, in charge of tbn work
of propagation In Oregon and Wash
ington. "Tho bureau of fisheries," said Mr.
O'Malley, "Is going to s change its
methods, as far as hatchery room
will permit, In tho liberation or young
salmon from each one of its seven
cub-stations In Oregon and Washing
ton. Wo aro going to feed from 5,-
000,000 to 10,000,000 young salmon
until they have attained a size of four
or flvo Inches in length, wlion they
will bo liberated in tho tributaries
of tho Columbia river, and the name
mothod will also bo followed on tho
Roguo river, In Southern Oregon. It
has been tho practice in formor years
to turn out tho salmon fry as soon aa
tho yolk-yac became absorbed, when
tho fry were not moro than ono Inch.
In longth. Under tho now method
tho young salmon will not be llborat
od until about June."
Onorations of tho fisheries bureau
In ttyo northwest aro making satis
factory progress. Tiioro u.uuu.uuv
Chinook salmon eggs at tho sub-sta
tion on tho Illinois river, tributary
to tho Roguo rivor. From Flnleyed-
dv station, on tho Roguo river, tho
bureau will mako a shlpmont of 1,-
000,000 fry to It. D. Hume, tno
rttiinif) rivor cnunorynuin. The fish
will bo brought to Portland nnd ship-
pod by stoamor to their destination
at Wodderburn. Mr. ilunie will raiso
thosetjsalmon until they reach n
length of at least four inches, when
ho will liberate tlioni in th Rogue
rivor. Four hundred thousand Eastern
brook trout will soon bo shipped to
Clackamas station from Colorado,
and they will bo hatched and dis
tributed In waters of Oregon, Wash
ington nnd Idaho.
Boavor Hill washed coal $0.00
per toil. Mastors & McLain.
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