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PORTLAND. . OREGON, SUNDAY , MORNING, " FEBRUARY , 6, 1910.
VOL. VI. NO. 45.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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0f Tay-i tJ
IL0RS' UNION WILL
- PUT UP. FOR DEFENSE
Jail Gohl Defies Authorities
'6 Prove CrimesLong Re
cital' of Terrible Deeds.
11 TERRORIZES .
WEDS DESPITE HER
J tlllov mill ncuu i iiiu
om in His Possible Libera
. . . .
mn, and So Recant.
PORTLAND, MAINE TELLS
PORTLAND, OREGON, "KEEP
YOUR EYE ON HANSCOME"
i Xloqulam, Wash.; Feb. I. The
(Jatest accusation : against Wll
lam Gohl Is the moit startling
f all the many charges which
eve coma to light . within the
-" ast(few day. ' A. reliable bual
' aaa man of Aberdeen, Wash.,
eclared to the authorities. 8at
jrday afternoon that William
frohl told that he took four non
union aallora down the bay on a
pretense of getting them aboard
a vessel,' and that he ordered
them out on. a sandspit at the
joint of a gun and left them to
be drowned by, the incoming,
."tide. Gohl was under the lnfiu.
;ence of liquor when he told thla,
and laughed In fiendish glee and,
ave a vivid description of the
4cadlng and actions of the men
4a they begged for mercy and
tbat he would not leave them to .
thelrfate.' Gohl fcaid the tide was
oodtng at the time, and before
he reached home the men had
passed to. "that hell whore all
acaba belong." 1 'i f
(Kiwclof Dlnostcb te The Jouriut.)
froq'ulam, Wash., Feb. 8. With Wil
im Gohl In Jail at Monteaano, with
iv charge coming up. against nun
irly, and with the attorneys of Grays
rbor refusing to defend . him, this
inf. agent of the Bailors' union still
rla defiance at the law and declares
cannot be convicted. . He say he
is written evidence to Incriminate men
!gher up in the Sailors' union, and that
they do not come through with fund
his defense he will spread out a line
charges that will startle the autnori
s lu every port on tne facmo..
l Is understood that an attorney has
fted from San Franclaco to take
of Gohl case, and that $1000
4 been rorwaraea to mm.
k: II. Abel ha neen engagea Dy airs
hi to defend her husband. Mrs. Gobi,
understood to be cousin of Jesse
im. Her nouae ia- imea wnu noiO'
-aph of the notorious James family of
4...- 1. .1 k..,1llM .
am ruuut;r iiiu imiiuha
Ti.a aallnr-wlm. identified th a mur
r! hndv of Charles Hatberg are wltiV
mninur their ldentlflcationa, ana tne
se of Aberdeen are tooKing xorwaru
"teri'lfIo legal battle.
i , Oohl Boasted of HI Crimes.
fist of the charges against uoni are
b result of statements made by him
If which at the time seemed too pre
utornim fnn belief, Now men are com-
forward hourly wltb bits oi eviaence-t
imp WiH1m.Gohl as a Bill Syke. a
jllp and a Ffcgtn all rolled Juto one.
Gohl has lived on the harbor for more
an .even years, and ma are a
. .. ...... :...t.llnn anri
ie dauy rounu oi vviiv"'"
bance.1.He first came mio
Mrs. Rose Coursen RQed . Is
Now Mrs. : Aipheus Hans
come Wedding Occurs in
;. Alameda, Cal.
fill- SAYS OF
MR S RECORD
, Alameda, CaL, Feb. B.Mra.
. Keed was married to Alpheua
Hanscome at 8 o'clock thla after-
- noon by Rev, F. & Brush, at the
A ' home of tier cousin, Mrs. Ik W. :
Cummins, 1117 Union street A
few relatives and friends were
present. The bride wore a rale
a green g5wn. Refreshments were
served after the ceremony. . t 4)
The bride la a sister of Mrs,;
James Campbell; v.J"
- V (Continued on Page Ten.)
if AND SI 0.000
BE SOON PARTED
issenger Shows Big Piece of
Money to Friends, Then f
Tells Weird Story. V
Bf the liifffnational New Serlr.)
Xew Tork, ten. o. uenson ung,
-year-old messenger boy employed by
&, Weeks, No. 43 Broaaway, is in
I under suspicion .of having . stolen
J10.000 gold, certificate from that
,rm. . -
Lang was Rlvert the bill Friday morn
ing along wim a ...certificate vi. -jbii
and told to hurry to th National City
bank with it. He could not resist ehow-
n it to a messenger boy friend namea
shland and to the proprietor of a boot
jack stand. After examining n very
rltlcally they concluded It was . gen-.
tine and Lang put the $111 in a aiae
oat pocket. Ashland accompanied mm
art of the way to the bank. Lang re-
ito the rest of the Btory as follows;
After Ashland left him, he says, , he
"as seised with- a eudden attack of
'Izzlneea. When he reached fhe bank
tie bill was goiifl " Then he. wandered
bout tha city until after midnight,
ir he recovered his normal senses.
Ie hurried home and told his parents
f the Joss and they accompanied him
O Hornblowrr & Wek3 office this af-
. ... . h. tA 1-tl. Hfnrv. Yllft
Mrs. Rose' Coursen-Reed'a 'relatives
and friends bitterly opposed her mar
riage to Aipheus Ia Hanscome of Port
lam, Or and Portland Maine, and the
wires were vibrant yesterday With de
termined effort to stop, or at least' de
fer, the nuptials. 'E. E. Coursen, brother
of Mrs. Coursen-Reed, telegraphed her
almost at the eleventh hour 'at Alameda,
Imploring her to postpone the wedding
until reflections against i Hanscome
could be JnvfBtlgatod.tv Apparently the
appeal had no effect..'. , ; ' , .
A dispatch came yesterday trom
Portland, Maine, which explains In' part
the., oppoeition; to the inarrlage. it
Aipneus aj, tiannvuuiR uo ucen m un
married in this city. H Bfccured a at
voroe from his first wife, and his sec
ond wife got a divorce from him at
recent term of court After leaving
thla city hef waa debarred from, practice
in Maine, , following an . action ' Drougnt
by the attorney general. Hanscome naa
been chairman of tha Republican county
committee, president of the Peering Re
publican club, and secretary of tne nn
coin club, one of Portland's largest
Republican cluba. ' It Is understood he
left her-: with Mrs. Genie Starbird of
Leaves portiand, Maine.
Leaving Portland, Maine.' Hanscome
arrived here last March' with a woman
whom he. represented as his sister, Mrs,
E. M. McFarland. ; They took an apart
ment at the Morton, on Washington
street He" opened a business styled the
National , Adjustment company,
Board of Trade building. In June -the
couple removed" to' the King's' Heights
apartments, at King and Wade, streets,
Thdse who knew them in tncir nome
life declare he called the alster Genie,
Mall came from Bangor, Maine, ad
dressed to Mrs. Genie Starbird. It was
taken from the window Bill, -where
Cumberland County Bar Asso
ciation Brings Matters to
Focus Before' the , Attorney
Departs, j , ' ; .
was left bv the postwmn. No one ever
knew where it went.
It waa learned yesterday that Mrs,
McFarland had trlven notice., that she
expected to give up the apartment.
y ' '? '. ' .- .,
Farrallon Wreck Victims Un
dergo Extreme Hardship Be
. fore ; Being Rescued by
(Sppclul Dispatch to The Anirnif.) ' '
Seattle, Wash., Feb, . .According to
cables " received here, - the steamship
Farrallon is a. total wreck on a reef near
Iliamna bay. and five members of her
crew are beliewd to have perished in
desperate attempt to obtain relief
for the passengers. The nassengera and
the other- members of the' crew arrived
this morning aboard the steamship Vic
toria, by which they were, rescued Feb
ruary 3. after spending nearly & month
encamped in weather frequently 40 -degrees
The Farrallon ran to her doom - on
January 6, during- a blinding snow
storm. She struck solidly, and H was
soon realized that there was no hope
for her. The tide raised and soon the
vessel was listing badly. There was no
sea. however, 'and the passengers and
crew managed to take to the boats with
out .'great difficulty. 'It also, was pos
sibly . to get supplies and nome heavy
clothing and bedding ashore, and1, the
castaways' went Into camp under fairly
comfortable circumstances. , li
On January 7, the second .'mate and
four Sailors started In a small - boat
for Kodiak, where they expected to con
nect with one of the other vessels of
the Alaska Steamship. company, which
owns the Farrrallon. Since then these
(Continued on Page Ten.)
i. ' ("peeUI Dispatch t The Jaarndt
Portland, Maine, Feb. 5. Aipheus L
Hanscome .was Indicted by the grand
Jury of the superior eourt two years
ago. (the indictment alleging unlawful
conversion of the funds of the Fal
mouth Loan A Building association of
which he. was secretary. The Indict
ment was quashed after being carried
along at several sessions of the eourt
Meantime the Cumberland 'County Bar
association began , disbarment proceed
ings -and Attorney - General - Fhllbrook
brought the 'matter, to a focua, ; Jaftt
abjut tha time, that the attorney left
tne city for roruana, ur.
Justice George E. Bird of this city is
sued from tha supreme bench, a decree.
ordering him dlsbaiTed from practice
In the state. -Hanscome did not appear
to defend himself but left the city before
the- case came up.- '..
Hahscome'a.flrat wlfa was Miss Myr-i
tie McDuffieof this city, and they were
married about 12 years ago. 'A son now
10 years of age being retained by
her when she -aecured- a.dlvcrrre four
years ago on wie grouna or lncompat-
ablllty. , 'v ,i ;'V ";';; v;-
Prior to obtaining the divorce, Hana-
comt wt) a typhoid ' fever patient Ji
the Maine General hospital and his j
nurse was Miss; Ether E. Robblna of
Augusta Very toon after his divorce
was given him he married Miss Rob
bins. She obtained a divorce last year.
. GLAVIS, PIHCTIOT
Committee Gives Ballinger the
, : Yery Best and His Accusers
All But the Very Worst of It
. iri This Ruling. ; - :.
REACTION WILL BE ALL"
IN FAVOR OF PINCH0T
Even 'Ballinger Men See That
' Repression Has Gone Too
. Far Taft's Hand Seen.
PERILS OF THE MINES -
TO KEEP CONTROL
Minnesota Senator Publishes
Evidence Suppressed by Ex
press Interests Wo Compe
tition in Express "Business.
(United Press Leased Wire
New Tork, F,eb, 6. It became known
tonight, that the investigation of the
express companies that is being con
ducted- before Interstate ' Commerce
Commissioner Frank Lyon, will develop
sensational aspects, if the alienation of
State Senator Ben E. Sundberg of MIn-
ne.iata. wno la the complainant, and his
ounscl, Jame Manahan of Minneapolis
tun De-suds tanuuieu.
Manahan made public tonle-ht th evl
dense which, the attorneys for the ex
press companies have auccess fully kept
uui ur tne recoras, ;
ims, juananan . claims twovea that
inere la a combination among the Adams,
American, r Wei la-Fa rgo and United
States Express companies to keep tariff
charges at the highest level; that the
express, Bteel and Standard Oil Interests
merge tneir , looDies . to control state
legislatures: tnat Hie tnlnnrltv M.tnnb.
... - 7 r ... 1. , . 1.
uuiuci o ui ; iiib eipjesB comcanles in.
trol the , respective boards of directors
ana conduct tne business to the detri
ment of the Tpublic.
HO Such Thing . Competition.
"I am convinced that competition be
tween, the express 'companies f .named
does not exist; that the active organ iza
uuiib ui m5e various companies are
controlled ! by ne group of men and
Interests. Why have the attorneys for
the defendant companies disobeyed the
order nf the commlitsliih in
court. the list of namea of stockholders PI R ST HP 1DIIR1MAI
Again. Attorney A. E. Broadrnan
representing the United. States Impress
company, in ' a hearing on November
11. '190, uerore th New York oiihllo
service commission of .the Second dia-l
trict. iranitly admitted that arrange-
menta existed between the express mm.
panles and Xhat competition was bothl
unprofitable and undsslrable. , I
Tfeuow JDog" Tund. '
My opponents In "the pendint invea-
ligation objectefl to- this confession be-
ing read in court, . I believe the public
has a right to know who is oondmttnr I
nubile business of the nuhlln hivhnrair.
as a common carrier. :,- , !
"Although witnesses have dented U !.
shall bring evidence to -show that the!,
revenues of the express companies lare I
partly used for influencing legislation. I
In fact, -in advance conies of a hnnkiot I
Drinted ' under the aimnlcaa nt
Minnesota CltlseiiS" leacrue it in niwnlv I
charged .tlat in Minnesota the steel IJ
trust, a number of transportation sVs-1 T.'
em? and- public service, corporations IT
nd a liquor dealers' association rnrren I T
. By. John. E. Trfithrop, . .
Washington, FebV ,6.--The prediction
made in these dispatches a, weeK ago
tonight that the national capitol ,was
on the verge of a political convulsion
haa been realized. Developments of the
past week fully Justify those assertions.
Practically eyery move made by the
opponents. of Unchot has been "water
on his wheel" V So grave la tha status
developed that aeveral noted lawyers
have been called in to defend Ballinger.
Counsel , for Glavis have been denied
posaession of. official records which are
ffflrmnnA. InAmaA vital ' tA 1ia fut-th.f
progress of the .Inquiry., ( This is true,
notwithstanding Glavls'Vpponents, Bal
linger, Dennett and Schwartz, with their
lawyers,' Ven trees of Nashville, Rasch
of Montana and Alfred Battle, Ballin
ger'! Beattla law partner, have for
months b.ad posaesaion of these records
and tinder the ruling. of the investigat
ing commlttea this morning will have
.the firlvllega of liav.iug these records In
their possession, or copies of them. If
tha originals have been filed with the
committee. . : J
' . Hot Xrett Copiea of Aeeorda, f'
The committee ruled, and refuse to'
yield an inch therein, that Glavis or
Pinchot's counsel shall not even make
copies' of these records.
It Is within tha truth to assert that
this latest action of the committee has
been received with amazement here. The
records. Involved are Important letters
and telegrams vital to the Question, as to
Bellinger's faithfulness or recreancy,
which were omitted from the .presum3
ably .complete records sent to the sen
ate byf Taft In response to Flint' reso-
lOtlon calling for all correspondence,
records and papers pertinent to Glavis
Brandels, Glavis' counsel, 'was kept
waiting a whole week after he had filed
formal application for the production
of, these-records, no Intimation having
been given him that the records were
not to ba handed him for perusal as
soon as the interior department trans
Beaotlott Will Benefit Plnchot.
Even the friends of Ballinger regard
this apparent attempt to suppress evi
dence, or to make if hard for the Pln
chot aide to get at necessary evidence.
as unfortunate, . and admit that Inevi
tably. It will, operate to the advantage
of Pinchot. ' Unprejudiced persons, who
had - heard ' that the Inquiry would be
fearless and impartial, sparing neither
Ballinger nor Pinchot, and would go tb
the bottoirrof the whole matter, express
regret that' the committee has assumed
th position that enables the opponents
of Ballinger to claim unfairness.
, Yautrasa Is Taft' Man.
- All question that Taft remain abso
lutely behind Ballinger ha ; been re
moved by tha issuance of an. author
ized statement from the White House
that John J. Ventrees of Nashville was
engaged as counsel on Taft' urging,
he having been a personal and Intimate
friend of the president for many years.
Ventrees , is , the ; most . celebrated cor
poration ; lawyer oi Tennessee and la
chairman of the Democratic state committee.
George Turner, ; who has been under
consideration as , counsel for Ballinger,
is retained by the Guggenheim amelter
trust at- Spokane at an annual salary
of J12.00Q, so if la claimed, with ref
erence to the-, trust's lead mining and
'Srnesafr v'coal.'n)ine CRVftat &Jioving'liov resne workers have to take
' 1 their' live Jit their hands? ,'TIiq ex'iloslon Bt, Ernest, Ta yester-
" ; ' Hdy la' which many llrea' were lost, wrfa -one of many- recent events
,-o( that disastrous nature. ' The coal miner seems to appear to have
. a : harder - struggle ,-for life than- -do most men and he certainly is
- ' i;mil less than any for the. risks; he takes,, ; .) '.. ; ,'. . .
CROSW DEFEAT '
OF MADRIZ ARMY
'Blf ESTRADA'S III
-' '" ". r ' , i ' ( -.' ,' '.I ' '
General. Mena Reports Two
Victorious Battles in Which
Administration Forces Were
Routed With Heavy Loss.'
END OF NICARAGUAN
WAR IS NOW IN SIGHT
Revolutionists, In Complete
Control, Planning March
; Upon Managua. -
ELEVEN BODIES .
ILL FATED MINE
Non-Gaseous1 Condition ; of
Pennsylvania 'Mine Said to
Have Prevented Death : Toll
From Being Large; , ; ;
(Continued on Page Ten.)
PICTURE COUPONS ;
TO APPEAR MONDAY
(Continued on Jage Nine.j
On page. 2 of The Journal for
Monday, and in each issue there-
after, will be printed a picture
coupon. Each day's, coupon' will ,
be numbered. Prenentatlon of
any seven consecutive' coupons
and 5 cents at The Journal office'- 4
will secure one of. the splendid .
photogravures, of which exten
sive notice haa been given. "La
Cigaie.7 "J-ast cnange." "The.- 4
Doctor" and "The Horse Fair" -
are theltour pictures ,in the se-
ries oomprlaing this great offer, '
and It is possible for every Jour- 4
nal reader to secure the entire
four in the same manner a the
first one. ;. The coupons will be
published daily for a peried of
six weeks in order that ajk may
avail themselves of this rare op--'
portunity." - Watch - for the first '
coupon tomorrow, . -'
- . ; . ', . ' . '
' (United Prws Leamd Wlr.) ' ' '
Indiana, Pa.. . Feb. 6. Rieven men
were killed and seven injured today In
an explosion, in Chicago mine No'. 2 of
the. Jefferson "& Clearfield Coal & Iron
company at Ernest,. five miles from here.
Early reports indicated that the disas
ter, the fourth Of -this kind that has oc
curred at different' points "during the
week, would , claim at least , 100 lives?
but the fact that the mine is non-gaseous
and that only a small pocket waa struck
prevented the death toll assuming large
proportions.' The 'dead were not recov
ered from the' mine until late this aft
ernoon, although the exploelon occurred
at S:20 in the morning. The dead ln
clude,: - 1
Mike Harrington, ?9, eon of the mine
foreman; Alex Plssin, Vladimir Hiitow,
Joe SzamsUo, Paul Stinsky, George
Solak, George Spontank, - Wassil Ma
tusa, Jean Bosni, Vincent Saafflra.
The explosion occurred -in the back
heading more than, half a. mile from
the entranoe. -.BetweeivlOO and 175 men
were at work at the time, but at the
sound of the explosion most of them
fled to immediate safety and escaped
through entrances leading to adjoining
Bescuer Overcome. ,
Shortly after the accident,. Mike Har
rington, mine foreman, -whose -son wag
killed, led a rescue party back into the
mine. They did nift-return for-nearly
an hour, and a second party headed by
Superintendent .will lam- Reed entered
the shaft. - The, first band of five was
found pvereom' by afterdamp. . Reed's
party waa compelled to retreat at. once,
bringing the others to tne surrace with
them. The presence of the afterdamp
made the work of rescue dangerous and
it was eight hours after the explosion
before rescuer finally reached the back
heading and found tha bodies. ,They
were piled in a. heap. 1
, Only ISf men . wer working at - the
back heading where the explosion oc
curred. John Krajeaa alone escaped
with his life V: lie- waa thrown against
the side of the mine and badly burned
when the . gas : explosion occurred, but
crawled over the bodies of his comrades
to-safety. ' ' ,
Zmmedlate Investigation. ' '
. ' Mine -Inspectors Rodger, Hampson
and Phillips arrived here late today and
will begin their investigation : at once.
Failure, of ; Miners : and ; Opera
.tors to; Reach Agreemen
: , Produces Grave Situation
Time Limit April;!. -
i (Continued, on Page Five.)
(L'nltPd Press I.esed .Wire,)
Toledo, Ohio, Feb. 6. Not In the his
toryt of bitumjnous.coal mining , in North
America, ha there been so widespread a
strike threatened as-that which will
be declared on April. 1 unless the mln
er' and operators arrive at some amic-
aoie agreement oeiore mat titne.
Owing to the failure of the Joint
scale conference of. miners, and oper
a tors here to organise and. tha'adjourn
ment of the conference without any fu
ture, date for . reassembling, . the situa
tion la conceded by both miners and op
erators to be most grave.
If no1 agreement is made by April
It means & general suspension - of all
mining- in the bituminous coal, field
of this country," declared President
Lewie, of the United Mine Worker of
America. - . . 1 , r .
- In spite of this - statement, Lewi
takes an optimistic view of: the situ
atlon. He is working on a well defined
plan for settlement, which he refuses to
disclose except to the national execu
tlve board.. - The other officers of . the
United -Mine Workers are thought to
favor Lewis'- plan, which is said to be
one to force the operators to organize
an association so that the miners may
treat with them in a joint conference
and settle upon a contract for the bi
tuminous coal fields of "the United
State and Canada. -
.;, -.Gloomy Outlook. ';
;' The- operators of Pennsylvania, Ohio
and Indiana' who attended, the Joint con
ference here taka, a- gloomy view of the
outlook. . The failure of the Illinois
operators, to attend Is said .to be the
rock upon wiicn the conference aplit.
The operators ' saia tne - miners were
trying to . force them f to organize, in
accord with Lewis' plana.' They regard
the scheme as 'coercive and refuse to or
ganize. , The, Situation la - particularly
grave at this .time.- according to the
mandates "of the-Independents' conven-.
tion, no district or competitive field is
.llowed to sign a wage scale until all
district have been ? negotiated and are
ready to be signed. Upon this -. ukase
the strike, if it comes, .will have to
be a general one With-the exception of
the. anthracite ;fiehl, the contract in
which does not . expire until 1912, d
Wyoming.. Montana.- and Washington
(Continued on Page Nine.)
(United Press, Letud wire.) -
Bluefields, Nicaragua, .... by . Wirele?
and Cable, Feb. 6. -By special courier
and wire, .General Mena. announced to
night to the followers of - Provisional
President Estrada that he baa admin
istered a crushing defeat to the forces
of General' Vascruei, in command of th
Two . battle,, according to General
Mena,. were fought .The first was at
La Garlta. near -the heights of Santd
Tomas, where the Madrix force were
routed from strong 'entrenchments with
the loss of 600 men killed, wounded and
Th second battle was fought at Santa
Clara, where General Vasquea and Gen
eral Garrldo mada. another stand againxt
the ' vlctorloua rebels. They were ut
terly' routed, the Eatrada forces captur
ing Maxim gun and a large number of
prisoners. The rear guard action endpd
hostilltle for a' time, the Government
forces retreating to Santo Domingo.
General Chamorro, commander-in-
chief of the Estrada rurces, ha entire
ly recovered from his wound and is now
In Grenada prepared to resume active
command of th army.
General Mepa ha sufficient men
Isolate the force of General Vasuuea
and another battle which will probahiv
erid in the surrender of Vasquea and
hi men, 1-momentarily expected.
. Estrada' Tore Grow.
, The Kstrada force are ' everywhere
met; with great enthusiasm and the in-
(Continued on Page Four.)
IS TAFTS ORDER
President Sends for Senator in
i Charge of Investigation of
Cost of: Living and Prose
lytes Him. ' - . ; '
(Calted Preu teased Wire.)
Washington, Feb. 6. "No kalsomine
Of tlie tariff in" the congressional In
vestigation Into the high cost of living,''
said. President Taft, and today. he took
the first step to prevent the possibility
of such an outcome. '' ' .
Senator Keane of New Jersey, chair
man of the i,CTmmlttee-' which just now
controls ' the iuvestigation In the Ben
ate, was summoned to the White' House
today and converted to the presidential
viewpoint.' j ,
Resolutiona by Senator Elitins, the
near-lnaurgent, and Senator: Lodge are
gbefore Keane's committee on contingent
expenses in tne senate, ana wnen ne lerc
the White House today Keane said one
resolution or the other, would be re
ported out on Monday.' .Then 'the in-
vestigation will be on In earnest,
The agitation over the high cost or
living has stirred up both the leaders
in' eongres and the president. Every
public official .is being swamped with
letter - from constituent - demanding ;
that something be done.
Everything war under way for an in
nocuous little investigation - to quiet
things.- The ways ami means commltte
of the house, 'full of high tariff mn.
was prepared to engineer the house and
of th investigation.
But Elkins broke over the traces it
the senate, and, .shooting a little vitu
peration .toward Senator Aldrich, Intro
ducod a resolution coupling with a high
cos I of living Investigation an inquiry
Into the relation of the tariff to tiie
Meanwhile, the Democrats and inmtr-
gent Republicans in the house are pinn
ing to-figiit any proviuion for an in
vestigation by the ways ami mean com,
' iSpeeicl Pliii'i trt Thf J-iil.
Eugene, or., r'eb. 6. -Of fluoi of tee
Eugene Humane eorUty rcjioit .'-,
L.. . . 1 . . .. , , . , i . ... .
piste JLWiry bimj ,r" vitnnnM'."
Baliey'e cattle on hi raiicii. armve t -gpne
are still nuTtitilitH tun a !,ifiii;
notwithstanding Hie fuel ttmf ) 1 at
haied hay for them -mt liw
It la fHiM Hif'V were giv-n -wit I--
nottglt, hay. Humane . i.-.i:tr i
say they etperr .-i r ' t v
cattle to di wtt'itii we t. mi i. ;
li'sg lninifii,i:,i r-Itff H irn'i lf
rrest followed. "