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VOL. III. NO. 03.
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PORTLAND,! OREGON, (THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12. 18C3. FOURTEEN PAGES.
Six Thousand Workers In
the Bsiu , Riot Kill-
RESERVISTS PREFER .
v ' JAIL TO SOLDIERING
Rather Go' to Prison Where It Is
- Warm Than Sent . to - Man-
churla Two Hundred Re-7
-, emits Killed in Smolensk.'
-""" ' " ? (JouroaT BpeciaT Berries.)': " ".' '
St. Petersburg. Jan.' 11. Mora than
0.000 workmen are In open revolt In tha
Baku petroleum diatrlot Forty Coaaacka
.'have .been killed in the last three days
In conflict -' with t tha men and 170
wounded. Tha government authorities
-claim thl workmen hava beB Incited
by anarchists.- -J: v'?'-' ' f-fcv-.
'' "'-Tha reign of ' terror "stall continues.
r-Tha revolting workman pillage and mur
der by day and- night and the govean
7mnt ta utterly unable to suppress "the
-uprising. '.. - . ;'....' '
Dlapatchaa from Warsaw otata that
much excitement., haa bean created : by
' tha posting of tha following -reyolu-
tionary proclamations--:. :. .
'-"Oneo " again : the Russian Tcec asks
.that ahall trail, hungry and eold,
; naked and bare-footed, through tha Man-
churlan deserts. Tha fact of hla having
enslaved us giv.ea him eur right to de
mand that we ahall aaorlflca our Uvea
. for him. ' Tha war la no causa of ours.
Japan la not our. foe, but. our friend.
Rise, therefore. Ilka one man. and defend
your serves, - Down with tha - autocracy
of the c?xer. ' .
x Further news of tha reservist axeaaaea
; at Smolensk tato that tha Uuuy tialli
- left Dvlnak for Waraaw via Bmolenek.
Whan tha train arrived at Waraaw 1,600
aoldlerf began to demolish the atorea in
tha principal atreata. - Tha cltlaenai warp
" 'panie atrlcken. - Tha gmrrlaon waa called
nut and tha aoldlere atoned by tha ra-
...aarvlata. . -- r" : r-v-fs
, , -The goveriior then ordered the troop
- to fire, and 100 reervlata wera killed.
- Tha hoapltala aro f Iliad with wounded.
The' colonel commanding tha reaerriata
' , returned i to Dvlnak - and ahot himaelf
v from sham' and another , officer alao
. ' killed himaelf on tha way to Smolanak.
large number of reeervlata are Jart
prieon. ; Thar declare they da not, want
.to be needleealy slaughtered, v
a "Put ua In prleon." they aay. .'"If we
t go to war we will be. killed.; Batter be
ant to Bioaria tnan aacnncea tot no
r thing, and prleon la Warmer" than Man
churia.' 1 - ,, - t-
M' ARTHUR TO SEE WAR.
7apaa arotUlaa Orlaoom that Faraalaatoa
Za Aaoordad to Amarloaa. ,
Jearaal Bpedal BerTke.) '
' Toklo, Jan. II. Minister Orlaeora haa
. bean notified by tha Japaneae war office
that Japan will be 'pleaaed to permit
General McArthur and one aide-de-camp
t aoeompany tha Japaneae army In Man--churtg.
Satisfaction ia ' expressed In
2 Amarlca'a action In the aendlna; of an
of floer of auch a high ranfc , . .
(SpeeUl Dispatch te The--JearaaL) :
Washington. Jan. 1 1. Russia haa been
notified that owing" to the abort aeaalon
. of congress, further aegotlatlona on
r tha subject of the Russian and American
arbitration treaty will be postponed. t
' TOBTOO BOATS AT BOWL
(ionrnsl- Bprelsl Barries.)
'Sues, Jan. 1 1. Three more Russia a
.torpedo boaU have arrived here today,
making aeven now at thla port. .
xnixAmxjrBS at sxbav.
.J r-l (Joorasl Bpftriat Bsrrtce.) TJ
Llbau. Jan. II. F(jr aubmarlnaai have
arrived hare- from tha United Bute to
be aent to Vladlvoatok by rail. -.? , -
LA FOLLETTE ADVOCATES '
' Clsaraal Bpertal Bervlee.)
Madison. Wla, Jan. 11. Governor Uk
Folletta delivered hla third biennial mea
aaga .to tha legislature thla morning.
He advooatea absolute, control of rall
- road 'rate by a rata commission. He
-attacka oorpo ration lobbyists, branding
them aa public 'enemies and advocates)
control and advalorera assessment and
tha taxation of jstreet. InterurbaaP and
, electrto roade, gas. alectrlo lighting and
life tnauranca companlea. .
suTasiiisns ro tmm atosv' .. "fc
7- ' (ioarsal BpeHal Brvk.) '-;""''.
-rr-SaltTAk; Utah. Jan. 11. At a Joint
ucut.f,tha.liepubllcang jpt thaJeglg-..
lature held laat night George Sutherland
. . waa nominated unanimously for United
fttatee senator to succeed Thomas
. Keams. The eeleotlon waa accomplished
' through Mormon Influence.'
. . f . , i- ,
i , WTJUfa OOSTOVOV
The People Market - association baa
been Incorporated by R. Relerson. H.
Adama. Arthur D. Smith and J. H.
Alexander, the capital atock to be $10.
00. Tha object ta to conduct general
market place In Portland. . t
LEGISLATURE SNUBS i t ;
; iiyi RETIRING GOVERNOR
- . ...-.'
d ;. (Joeraal Special flerrlce.) ,
a ' Cheyenne. Wyo., Jan. 11. The a
a Wyoming leglaUtur , ln Joint
a aeaalon have - adminlatarad aa
atlnglnr anub to Acting Gov- e
d ernor - Chatterton on hla ' retire-
a .mant 4- by abruptly adjourning a
a : when Chatterton aroae to da- a
UytJla fertwell meaaaaa. : ,7 a
4 - Fennlmore ChaUerton waa a
a elected aecratary of atata when : a)
a-De Foreat Rlcharda . waa made a
governor. Upon tha death of a
Governor Rlcharda h(-bouu;'4
acting -governor. Ha made an
. i active campaign for tha nomlna-.
. tlon and hla " light aerloualy
orranded mambera of tha Repub-
lican imachlne. who auceeaded to
defeating-him and - nomrnatinr'
. B. D. Brooka.' Tha rebuke ad-
. mlnlatared to Chatterton by tha '
, leglalature waa dictated by poll-
tiouna wnom ha bad antagon-
mo. . t - r, . . , .
Millionaire . Senator - From Mon
tana and Wife Arrive From - -V;
v.. . . v -y
BRIDE'S FIRST RETURN
. SINCE SECRET WEDDING
Couple Will Reside in Washing
' ton Mansion While Congress
"."t Is in SessPon.- "
Juraal Bpsclal Service.)
New Tork, Jan, 11. Senator ,WUHam
A. Clark of Montana brought back from
Europe on tha at earner Kron 1 Prlna Wll-
helm hla young; wife.' but left hla baby
behind la raria with a doaen nuraea.
Mr. Clark waa jso-UI on ..the- trip -that
tha ship aurgeona ware In constant at
tendance. . " - -'..
Because . tha senator married Mlaa
Anna.Xa . ChapeUe, a French-Canadian
young woman. - thre yeara. before - the
public announcement . of tha ; ceremony,
and becauae there waa a girl baby-two
yeara old when th Wedding- news was
made public, there waa oonalderable cu
riosity to see Mr a. , Clark when aha
landed, from tha at earner. In tha hope
of discouraging cfurlosltv aeakara. Mra
Clark remained on th ateamer for over
an hour after tha vessel berthed, r She
underestimated the lasting qualities of
thoaa who while waiting, discussed tha
quaatlon aa to how society would re
ceive her. . " - . -r,... ,
The senator and hla wife wlll;evto
Washington, where a maeslon will be
opened. After tha eaaaion f congress,
the couple will again go abroad. .
Tha romance of Senator Clark . and
Mlaa Anna La ChapeUe first became
known laat year, when Senator Clark
aansTTof 'ropaenrngomC Wenda
to be prepared for a great surprise be-1
fore ha returned. Ma than gave out the
news of his having been married three
year before. ..i..:. - f:.
Th senator first met Anna Xa Cha
peUe l years ago, ' when ah waa
scarcely IT yeara of age, . , Her father
went to Butte from Montreal to Improve
his health and fortune and died there,
leaving hla 1 family pennllesa. On hi
death bed h confided his children to tha
car of th millionaire mining magnate.
Anna a muatcal talents wera eonaidet
able and aha was aent first to the con
servatory in Boston and then abroad.'
She grew Into . a radiantly beautiful
woman of th French -Canadian - type,
petit ami graceful, with Inatrou dark
eyee and a wealth of chestnut hair.
Whila-atudytag In Parte ah waf
rtad ta-her-benefactor. ' '
Tha email daughter born ,to them first
saw the light of dsf In Senator Clark's
villa ea the bay of Algiers, where the
honeymoon was spent; - It l said that
the baby coat 410.000 before she waa e
week old: So great was the aecrscy and
so magnificent the preparations for thla
event that Algiers people are firmly
convinced that sir a Clark Is a morgan
atlo -wife of a great king. v A second
child was bom to Senator and afra.
Clarkslat year. but. U lived barely an
iaao-.-,., --e .
- ill ' ' ' 4
LAND 1 .
u,. yr. ...
: 1 . 1 W
" 4 v"
Senator, W. A. Clark of HonUna an His Wife WhWu Mias Adit L---
chappcHe. Their Secret Marriag ThrcTYArB -A(o-Was Announced
' But Short Tirn Since, f ' ' I,...... "., -
: - (Jonnut Special Bervlee.) '
Forest Grove,, Or, Jan., 11. A daring
attempt waa made at 4:40 o'clock thla
morning to rob the E. W. Halnoe bank
at this place. "The vault door was blown
from its fastenings and the outer door
of "the safe proper was' blown off . with
nitroglycerin, but the money, amounting
to many thousands of dollars, was not
reached. . . - . .v T"
The robbers gained entrance presuma
bly at the rear. : Several sacks of. Sugar,
potatoes and beans were taken from
the watrous 4k Co. store and used to
deaden , the nolaa of the explosion. A
drill bit, which' the burglars used, waa
found. The contents of the aafe-were
fully insured. , ..
' After dracktng . the afe kt .Forest
drove the men are supposed to have
gone directly, to Gaston, four ml lea
south of Forest Grove, and there com
mitted a similar crime. The Hibba gro
P A V CTflTP Tfl RF.PI FPT
1 M 1 - ' u OtftLtU I
BOTH LODGE AND CRANE
..-Mnaraal SpeeUl Berries.) -. i
' Boston. Jan. 11 The Republicans of
the leglalature in caucus this morning
nominated Henry Cabot Lodge for the
long term sens tors hip and Murray Crane
for the nneaplred term of the late Sena
tor Hoar, ' .
Wlnthrop Murray Crane is a native of
Daltoa, Mase. where he was born 12
yeass ago. He la a paper, maafactuver
and a director of the International Trust
company. He waa elected' lieutenant
governor Of Massachusetts In 1816 and
served aa governor in 1808-1. He waa
TO DEPORT CHINESE :
FROM NORTHERN OHIO
' - (Jearaal Special Berries.) ' , 1
Cleveland. Jan. it. United States At
torney Sullivan haa issued instruction!
to Chinese Inspectors In the - northers
Ohio district to laveetigate all Chinamen
unlawfully living la, the district with
the view of deportaUoav
cery store at Gaston was broken into
and rifled. Knlvea and other artlclea
were taken.' It waa reported -to .the local
police thla morning that the crarkamer
secured 1100 worth of plunder, at . the
grocery, store,, .;, ..I-
f UTAH BANK BLOWN UP. "
Sartag Attempt by Three, Syaaaaltera
Who Are Boated Away y Saploaloa.
v'' -- fJoaraal Special Btifln.) -
::Salt lAke, Jan. It. A daring attempt
waa made thla morning to - rob . the
Plngree National bank at Morgan. Utah,
by three dynamiters who failed because
the noise of the ezproston aroused th
town and frightened the men away. The
robbers fled without attacking the 'In
ner vault,, tn which bet ween. $15,000 and
120,000 was kept,. A posse. Is In .search
of . the 'robbers. . ' .
TRAINS COLLIDE AT. '-'
. . .FULL SPEED IN FOG
Hearasl Bpoelsl iKfita)
La Vegas, N- M Jan. 1L Santa Fa
train No. 4.-California limited, while
running at a high rate of speed, 'collided
head on with a freight at o'clock
thl 7' morning ' n't ".dens, fogTh
crews had no time to Jump. One' fire
man Is ' missing. - Three persons were
badly Injured. A negro barber was
killed. Msny passengers were bruised,
thou gh none are reported serious! y
nun. - - r- i
IN LESS THAN A YEAR
Jnarasl BperUt BerrleeT)
1 New York. Jarw IS. Tha numerous
friends nt Cornelius Vanderbllt are con
gratulating him on hia recent successes
In tbs stock market.- where It la said he
baa added within the last eight months
nearly 11.760,000 to his fortune.'' Van
dervllt'e auccea',ls principally In Inter
borough Rapid Transit atock, which haa
advanced practically 10 points in one
yes'. :.s K ! .? .';--,
J-4 i'.il- f.-jitji-JKI J
Both of Oregon Congress
men Are Agfiinst Tar 1
-viff Chanties. ;
PLAN TO RE-ESTABLISH
T ARMY POST CANTEENS
Ship Subsidy Bill Is Reported
- Favorably - Upon by Commit--t
. ej-lPostofflce Inspect- :
-i -.ors Are Switched. '-
i . (Wsshlagtea Buresa t The Josrosl.l
j Washington, D. C. Jan. 11. Both of
th .Oregon congressmen today lined up
In opposition to a revision of tha tariff.
With the other Republican congressmen
frotn tha northwest they signed a state
ment denouncing tha advocacy of tariff
revision as - both . ."untimely and lll
advlsed." - if :; - '-ttstTfn-'--'::y
I Tha rf',,Btand-pat"' J policy .' was first
enunciated by. the lata' Senator Hanns,
and was adopted by tha party politicians
during tha past campaign. It therefore
cause no aurprlae to find eongresaroaiT
standing - in- Una with-tha heavily pro
tected industries against a revision-of
tha tariff for the relle of the people.
Th " preeldenfa attltud for-tartff Tre
form la- not In Una with his party's and
1 a radical exhibit of hla growing Inde
pendence of party dictation. .
All of th leaders of Ih house except
RepresentatlvS, Fayne, chairman of "the
waya and means oommlttee, who la laid
up with rheumatism, and Repreaantatlva
Tawnayr ar against tvlBlon.Th work
of erystallising sentiment against ravls
ion Is being done -toy Repreaentatlvea
Dalxell of Pennsylvania and Oroavenor
of Ohio. '
I Tha "friends of revision aeem
taking no'actlve "jfojerest Q advancing
tneir taeaa in, tna House, put claim to
have many members- in - tha- various
delegations on' their side. .
- Ship abaddy BoTTT
The ahip subsidy bill proposed by th
merchant marina commission was lo
day - reported favorably from tha sen
ate eommltte orrcommerce, .An amend
ment was adopted providing for an in
crease in the mall aubventton to ships,
from the Pacific coast to Hawaii. Japan,
China and tha Philippines from 1100.000
to 1400.000, if tha way the service la es
tablished, and from 1600.000 to f 100,000
for' fortnightly service. . 7 " "
Despite - the ; energetlo protest -of
Fourth Assistant Postmaster General
wit-i yi..imff.i., nMiiriil Wyna t
day Issued an order transferring tha en
tire corpa of 100 poatomce Inspectors
from Bristow's supervision to his. own
The order becomes effective Monday.
Chairman .Wads worth of the house
committee on agriculture has IntroducedH'rSWy 2tS 1
a bill authoring the secretary of rHSB1,,1 T!?f". '-f. 'L h-
culture to quarantine any state or ter
ritory where livestock la affected by
contagloua disease and also for the
regulation of the movement of livestock.
The senate committee on military af
fairs today took up the Proctor bill pro
viding for the restoration of tha army
canteen. It la understood the cetnmtttee
will report the bill favorably and push
HOMESICKNESS CAUSES -SCHOOL
' iJesrasI aal Bervlee.) .
- Ashevllle. Tt. CU Jan. 12. Oscar F.
Whltaker, Paragon, Ind aged IT. a
student at tha Bingham .school and a
aon of an Jndlana millionaire, committed
aulclde by- hanging himself on a tree
in the deep woodland receaav. .The rea
son assigned 'by Whltaker's schoolmates
and Col, R. - Bingham, the head of the
school, la that the boy was homesick.
He wae severely hssed several daye ago,
and this is believed to have been the
cause. - .', '' ' -Young
Whltaker carefully prepared
for the suicide... In hla pockets-were
found hie class -card on -which ha had
written "Notify my father. J. S. Whlt
aker of Paragon. Ind.. In case of acci
dent" "Whltaker bad been in school
three. weeka : v .
- -Snow began falling at It o'clock thla
morning. Half an hour later the ground
waa covered with a mantle of white and
fei email boy shouted with ale as he
brought out the red-run nered aled given
him as a Christmas present It waa
put to all sorts of severe tests during
the- afternoon a the heavy fall of anew
continued, but Btoodtheeraieadf
young America manifested his delight
with merry peala of laughter. All the
principal streets In - the residence dis
tricts have been blockaded with happy
youngsters, v .J . - v " -.-
It is the first know ef the eeeeont at
Portland. With the temperature at 10
degrees above. ere this morning and
the ground ifrosen to the depth ef sev
eral Inches the conditions are Juat right
for several days ef -excellent sleighing.
With the exception of Monday, when the
mercury stood at the Sams point, this ts
the ooldeet day ef the season. .WhU
i ' ' ' . ' 1 '' iii. ,
W I A W Va I 'w Va b I . I V V , Ve I V
Reconvenes Next .Monday
Vawter Likely to Preside Over Vays andEZinSj
the Host Important Committee Soms Otto
ProbabilitiesStrife m the:Senate r r;;;-
(By George K. Trowheidge.)
"'Balera, Or.. Jan. 1 J. With 41 Stand
ing - oommttteT-tor-appoto--nd many
rival aspirants .-'for. chalrmanahipS,
Speaker Mtlla has an exceedingly dif
ficult task on-hia hands. The eppolnt
menta will not be determined, until af
ter his return to Portland and will not
be announced until the legislature, re.
convenea next Monday. ". . ' 4
' Mahyinembera -have bee.n' requested
by the apeaker to indlcat their pref
erence as to oommltteea, but all aay as
yet that they have received no poaltlye
aasurance of appointment. -
. ll is , known, - however, -that-. Vawter
wilt be chairman the. way and means
committee, which la the most Important
chairmanship in ' the house, and carries
with it the leadership of the majority on
the floor. Vawter says hs has. no. prom
ise of the1 place, but therC ta no doubt
entertained but that it la Jo go to hiin.
He came to Mills' aid at a critical time
In the Bpeakerahlp, struggle, and the ap
pointment ta regarder aa merited. . -;''v-'
-."''VfrBoaB Boeklnga, Jir,v. y:i.
' Huntley baa "asked for t he waya and
meaaa chatrmanah ip, but la not likely te
get It It la generally believed that
either Linthlcura or Muir will hava" the
chairmanship of the" Judiciary 'commits
tee. - The place la of much importance
held at the last aeaalon -hy-JEddy
of Tillamook- . Both Multnomah . men
will doubtless be members of this com-
mltte.-'' .. . s ' - -'1. -'-
Capron of Multnomah,- It is believed.
Is booked fof the cbalnhanshlp on mili
tary, n-'Tti Ht ft" f - i"ti'rv'
family, hla ancestors ever since the rev
olutionary war having aeen sotiye serv
ice, i-. ... .'..;'. ... i'T ::,,.. ...
Mayger of' Columbia la expected to be
chairman 5 of : the f Isheriee -- committee,
though Jagger bf Clackamas aaked,. for
the plaoe. - Mayger haa already Intro-'
duced several bills for the fishing inter
:. More ProbablUttea. - Jv.-i
Cole of Umatilla wUl probably , be
chairman of irrigation and Btelner of
Lake will doubtless have a place on the
yininl", . ' ' - I. - ,i '-
, The chairmanship - of - rail waya ia
sought by both Cooper and 8onnemann.'
the latter ia believed to have the batter
chance. . r" .': ,
dealces It. .. It is a very desirable com'
mlttee, especially this session, when a
number of road .bills-are to be con
sidered, some of which are of much im
portance. ' '.., . ..
- Some of the committee on clerkships
have already been agreed . upon. J. . U.
Campbell of Oregon City will- again be
chief clerk of the waya and means com
mittee. C. S. Jackson of Roseburg.la
to be chief clerk of either the Judiciary
or ' claims. Joseph of Columbia will
probably be chief clerk of the commit
tee on enrolled btllaC i.. , , , .'.
STRIFE IN SENATE.
Ooslloting Frnmlais of Pisses oa Oosa-
-.. aalttses Said to Save
'T.Ciy rraak IV-Yerklns.) -
Salem. Or., Jan. 12. Domestic strife
among the .Republican senators over the
committee appointments , haa . aroused
much personal feellng.-whlcb may have
a marked.- effect on legislation, unless
bsrmonious arrangements ace made be
tween now and Monday. ..
Brownell waa promised the Chairman
ship of the railroad, committee a month
ago by Kuykendall, If he waa elected.
Meantime Brownell and Crolaan entered
Into a compact, reliably reported. : by
which-the former was to withdraw in
favor of the latter. Crotsaa la aaid to
Wl N T E R ' SCO L
the , weather man la averse to making
any predictions be states Jhat tha in
dications are that It will alao anow to
night How much longer It is likely to
continue, be explains, depends altogether
upon circumstance. "
At the rate the flake have been, fall
ing thla afternoon, and it no change oc
curs In the atmospherical -ondltiona,
wtll.be fully a foot of anow Jn
the streets of Portland by early tomor
row afternoon. Te even think about It
makes the eld-tlaaer shiver,- aa he le
wholly nanaed te anch weather. The
newcomer from the northern states of
tha middle west welcome th change, It
remind him of boas and th acenea Of
Livery men are getting their aleighs
In good repair,, expecting to reap a rich
harvest In the neat few daya if the
weather eltuatlon remains anchan1 f ir
that length of ' ". Tv f -I
era also eongr . ;
things axe Cv
have den Brownell a- favor, whtok
the consideration for the deal .i
Both man are aow-aftsr. the chairman-.
ahip of. the railroads committee. - Crot
asn's friends aocusa. Brownell of break
Ing . faith. Kuykendall - la - nonplussed.
The chancea are .believed to favor Crol
san, but tha matter la still unsettled.
Kuykendall says that no announcement,
of oommlttee will be made vatil Man .
. A more serious proposition Is -the troe
ble between 'Kuykendall - and ' Coai ef
Multnomah, the man who le accusing ,
the president of violating a pledge.- t - -
The -day - before an agreement was
reached between . Kuykendall and th -Carter
men, Co ; was sent to en
deavor to . induce Farrar . to awltch to ,
Kuykendall. Co waa told , that be,
could promise . anything 'reasonable.
Through a friend of Farrar'B, Co, ia
duced the Marlon senator, to agree to
switch.- This ia said to have caused
the Carteo. force to capitulata --'Farrar-s
- friend had stipulate with
Coe-as "a return for , thla favor that,
Coahow, 'a Democrat, should ta placed -on
the Judiciary cemmlUe. , Coe ao in- l:
formed Kuykendall, -whereupon -th
president said that the eeeaaatttee waa .
already formed, with Kana as chairman,
the ethers being Malarkey, Cjpka, Carter
andTPlefc (Democrat).". -T- . "
- rKemember your agreement' with me -before
switch," said Coe.
- Tea. answered" Kuykendall " but Z "
cannot 'have two Democrats op the moat
Important committee In. the aenate'
. Coe insisted that either the committee
he enlarged or on member be eup
planted by Coahow. Republican leaders ..
were called in conference, a short time
previous to the afternoon aeaalon yea- -terday.r
Coe said his honor waa at stake
and that he had depended on Kuykendall
or. he would not have- goh to Farrar'B :
friend. r-, - . -v " ,r-(
' He dellvere hi ultimatum and ssld
that if the leaders did not went the deal
made public they had better take action
before Monday. -- : .
Up to a lata hour, this afternoon
Plerc had not been removed from - the
committee, but he experts to be soon.
It Is possible th committee may be ea-
larged . .. . .- -
- It Is known that Tattle will b chair
shan of the committee-on fishing Indue- ,
tries; Malarkey on revision of laws!
Farrar on ways and means; Lsyeook on
Irrigation, and Co, en medicine, phar
macy and dentletry. .. ..
Farrar will be rewarded -With the
chalrmanahlp of the waya and mean
committee for agitating th change to
Kuykendall for president- In the Carter -rank.
Rand's and Mslarkey'e commit
tees have- agreed to work together. ; - -
Booth has ateadlly refused to accept
the chairmanship of any commltteac He
sad that ha had worked hard in the past
and does not feel physically able o '
undertake the labors ef a chairman. -
It ia deemed possible that Brownell.
If Crolaan secures the chairmanship of
the railroad committee. . may euppiaat .
Coke on the Judiciary commute.
) After the adjournment of thla morn
ing's aeaalon. Rand took the flat stand ':
that Pierce must not be forced off the
Judiciary committee to make place for
Coahow. A resolution will be introduced
thla afternoon increasing the eommltte
to aeven in order to prevent It
GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE READ
C ' :. Piepare Vast Oode.'.'
Salem, Jan: -IS. Governor George BV
ge-te- the leglat-
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them called up a patron this afternoon
and asked him If he needed some coal,
and added that ha also had Ire for sale.
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eame tfe reply over the 'phone, "but
Juat now I have all the tee I want,
thank youT . .,
SSTOTT AT AtJTOTTB.
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