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Till- OKKGO.I DAILY JQVUUAU TORTLAKO. SATUf?PAV KVIIKIKG. OCTOBER tS. U.
KB SISTER'S TALE
Tualatin Valley Communities Build
Schools for Suburban Settlement
U. S. MAY STOP ALL
POSSIBLE BY PLAII
I UHLOIUld Will
OF SQUAW HOT Iff STEEL DIVIDENDS
White Boys at AdeL, Of- Ga.eRumor Says Goverr-ment May
'Deposit at 3 Per Cent Iftertst
"Si for Secor.d Defte i'.urtfer Cecre A. Standard. Ukzcl
of $300,000 Is Soon to Be
Available and Would Equal
Present Tolls of 59000.
and Six for Acq?uittai, Is the
Teacher cn Crater rcftst. in
E tter tetter. Cites ASeced
Opprtssicn That Astounds.
band Ikjuor, Then Perhaps
Attacked and Killed Her.
Restrain Corporation From
Flat JJinotj Fcjr Soon
Yield, Then Last To.
Paying en Securities Fl
nanciers Aver a Panic.
FREE LOCKS MADE
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waa airawn wllh parUrlow of clothlof
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a am bar of pluteo that work on
ranchaa part f tba tlma. Ia Klamath.
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trrad throuarhout .tha northern part of
California and aoutnara urafon.ara
few banda of Indiana.
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aiaal abaraa au( la railroad aad other
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raara af a klA cOm la rarrtad oa ta
addittoa ta IM reenter arada work.
Tha hit arNoal anrollotaat la la. aM
the fatal earoUaaeat af tba oebeol t
III, aad la eteadttr locraaalaa. Unite
a aum Mr af aenra 14easl pupite ara la
atlaodaax. partlealany la the ' atPr
ra4aa. Ilaarartoa'a favorable lovalloa
wllh re card ta railway farititUa amahee
ihie aoawthla. tba eaat aad woot boaad
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miaataa paal aloe ta tba aomlc had
leavlaff la I ha aftaraeoa at .
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la tha niV
BURNING STUMP IN
raaaa far a ball for wewalaa
wMa tha relay weather opotle tha Out
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aad aMaacad. aad after tba aotdeor
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weather, dobalea aad oalrrtalajaeata
will bo take ap by tha elotw.
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to develop) ia the a I moat dftoa the
habit af Mlf contra I a ltd ealf aoorw
teat pavoacet IM pupila aad fit them
for aood cltteaaeBla. While fall at.
tealioa la laa to tha throe "Re."
f h.f. ia m ii.iinm mIam Ia la R. i . r
IZJ?J: r,",' '7 'hr. ""- Evan Sve, Age 2a Sleeps In
The bwltdtna- iteeif aa eomplated la a
Kaadaoma four room frame atraelure.
wall fialehed and ap-to-date la ovary
raapect - Tha roarreta floored pley
room oeeuplM tha an lira baaemoot. wtlh
tba aatwptiofi of IM room la ken by the
baatlni aad rem Da Una plaal. Tba ball
aad atalrwajra ara roomy, aad tba cloak
room ar equipped with cloeeia and
FALL KILLS YOUTH
Its Warmth Until Comes
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Son-Jn-Law Had Been Acquit
, ted on White Stave ,
"- REBELS CAPTURE PRESIDENT FAILS
wwm I ..(,- Mfaillll MI-IIM I All I I IKII 0 M
rUKWU; IU UUALIhY AS
Jailed In Sacramento.
: FOR KILLING RYAN
Hood River Jury Influenced by
; Murderous Threats imputed
i V to the ' Latter. '
' (BpacUl te The JeoraaL)
.' Rood Rlvor. Or.. Oct 2. Tha cor
anara Inquaat over John Ryan, who
waa ahot by Chief of Police Lewla laat
Saturday nlht, aad who died Thurs
day, occupied the greater part of yes
terday afternoon. The atorle of eye
witnesses wore greatly at variance. The
testimony of the police officers was
that Ryan was a bad man and had been
arrested a number of limes In Hood
River. Recorder Iang!lle ' stated that
at tha requeat of Chief of Police Lewis
tie had ordered Ryan to leave tha city
on tha occasion of his last arrest, atat
lnr' that Levli said he might be re
quired to ohoot him Instead of using
tils billy In case ho was called upon to
arrest blra again. Mr. Lewi also tes
tlflod that Ryan . had threatened his
life upon the ocrasipn of previous ar
rests. The coronor'a,. jury deliberated
only a few momenta and signed a ver
diet exonerating the chief of police In
a hooting tha deceased.
ICallad Preaa Laaaad WHI
Sacra man to. Cal- Oct. II. Oae af
tba most dreaded ranga- af tba al afla
that la alleged ta bava been terrorta-
tng wealthy Italiaa etllaaaa of Chicago
for tba past two rairi la under arraat
at Lo Angela. Tba als saerabera of
tha gene, which coaaleta of four man
and two woman, ara alleged to have fled
froia Chicago after eteallng diamonds
valued at IIOIP. '
airornor Johnson has grkoted ta At
torney K. A. Zimmerman of Chicago
extradition papers for all membera of
tba gang, whose named ara Tereaa Coa
tello. Joseph afaagaa. Mrs. C afangan.
Prank htkbel. Philip Mangaa nd Bro
Attorney Jtlmmermaa, who la acting
for the alleged black hand vtctlma, I
accompanied by three Chicago detact-
ives, who will re torn tba prisoner to
Chicago for trial.
FOLLETT ON TRIAL
FOR LIFE, IN LAKE
CITY IS NEAR FALL
ELECTOR IN OHIO
Remnants JT Manchu Army In Registration Papers Do Not
Important Post Reported on .. Reach Cincinnati in Time to j
(BaaH.I fa TM l.aratt
Aberdeen. WaahJ UcL tfcU Kvaa ve.
Id rears eld. of, Weadell. I da he. waa
kUled lata ldpt algbt or Mrly this mora.
Ing whan bla ahull aaa eruabed M
PMth a burning atump near wbkh be
and hi companion. T. V. Roblnaon, war
eleeplng. and Roblnaon were
rout to Bataop from Beettle. They
were both without fund aad decided
lo spend the night la tb opea ia In
warmth of tha burning atump. -
The atump was burned about half
way through, ao they measured tba aa
act distance that It would reach li
falling and lay down Just eutalde tb
Roblnaon think 8va must bava moved
cloeer to tha fire during tba night. Rob
lnaon wm a wakened when tba log fell
oa him and badly Injured bla leg.
A letter addressed to Mr. C Sva,
presumably bla mother, waa found la
tha dead boy's coat
Verge , of Annihilation-
Shanghai Greatly Disturbed.
: Be ; Certified Executive to
. Extend Tour.
I fCatted Praes teaead Wire.)
Shanghai. Oct. II. Tba fortifications
of Wtt Bang hav fallen under rebel
attack, according to dispatches received
her today, tha capture of tba city It'
aelf la momentarily expected, vast quan
tities of ammunition and tuppliea war
taken, and tha remnant of the Manchu
army there ara on tba verge of annihi
Chlng Klang la reported In a sUt of
frensy, the residents fearing tha rebel
will not wait the outoom of the par
leys at Peking, but will storm the city
Shanghai is disturbed and agitation
on tha part of, tha people U keenly felt
for tha fall of Chlng Klang, tha first
First Dearee Charae Against voV regarded .a, tb signal
wsiawa aeiBBaiiaas VWIIIV liUAI. k7U VIIV")
west of here, is In danger of revolt
Internally and attack from the outside.
Nanking. Tang Chow and Wu Hu ara
declared already in the throes of In
ternal convulsions, and they are on dW
roct Una of the rebels' advance.
fOalted Preae Laaaad Wta l
Cincinnati, Oct St. Members of the
board of elections her this afternoon
denied the report that President Tart I
is barred from voting at tha coming
municipal election. Tba members, say
that there are still two day In which
ha can register and. that the election
board will-meet-on Monday to eoneider
the proposition of accepting President
Taft's registration by affidavit
Chicago, Oct 11. Deity In registering
leaves tha United States with a die-
Minister's Counsel Will At
tempt to Prove He Did Not
" Purchase the Poison. "
Deputy Sheriff for
ing Mexican Laborer.
BREWERY'S SALOON GRIP
1 (SpeHa! to The Journal.)
Spokane, Wash., Oct. 28. Declaring
the "ironclad brewery leases a menace
and a moral hazard," the city commis
" etonere passed a resolution Friday night
' by which it ia proposed to eliminate the
. . tirewery domination of saloons In Spo
. kane. The new law will prohibit brew.
. - erles holding leases on buildings where
saloons are conducted securing the li
censes through other parties who oper
ate the saloons on commission or as
' i This action was taken after revela
' tions were made that a large percent-
age of local ealoons were dominated in
. this and other manners by the brewery
Interest. It is doubtful that brewers
will be puniabed doapita the fact that
Ordinances heretofore regulating salootf
, were Intended to prervent brewery con'
. trol. . :
(Bperlil to The Jooraal.t
Lakeview, Or.. Oct. 18. Tha trial of
Pete Follett a well known resident of
New Pino Creek, Or., will atart In th
morning before Judge Henry. L. Benson.
Follett ia charged with murder in the
first degree, having killed a Mexican
laborer In a row that started one Sun
day in a near beer saloon at New Pine
Creek. Follett was tending bar though
at the time he was a deputy sheriff.
Follett had got In a quarrel with Louis
Vessade, acquitted lat year of killing
Jack Barry, a well known man here,
and drew a weapon, it is alleged. Fol
lett started to disarm him when he
draw back and was shot dead In his
The erial promises to be a hard
fought battle with Lafe Conn and W.
Lair Thompson looking after the inter
ests of tb defendant
PETITION SETS FORTH
WOMAN WHO WHIPP
UDGE ON $500 BONDS
, New York, Oct. fa. A sure our for
epidemic splnat meningitis has teen
found, according to Dr. Simon Fie
per, director ef the Rockefeller Insti
tute Of MedlcaJ Research, who made the
a nnevneennwit !before the annual con
ference of Mnitary officers of the atate
her today. The cure is effected by
Ir.wing a eerura into the eerebral
rint iQAiitiirant, isatead of into the
(tJnltfd Press Leased Wire.)
Seattle,., Wash., Oct. 28. -Mrs. Chris
tina Olson, who horsewhipped ' Judge
Main in the court house corrider yes
terday, was arraigned before Judge Gay
this morning on a charge of assault in
tha third degree. She waa put under
S50O bonds, following her plea of not
guilty. ' She was not represented by
counsel. -.a' v;. :,A4':Sv ' v';'.: -v.
Mrs. Olson's grievance Is, due to Judge
Main's setting aside a jury verdict in
her favor a week ago, and entering Judg
ment against her and her husband for
rents aggregating 8o0. . Harry Olson,
her husband, paid $600 rent in advance
to one Fleming, an agent of ,the owner
of their house, Mrs. Sylvester. For this
the Olsons were given a discount of $100
for the 20 months covered. Mrs. Syl
vester repudiated Fleming's agency' and
brought suit against the Olsons for tha
(United Presi Leased Wire.)
Indianapolis, Oct. 28. The United
State government, through District At-
torney Charles W. Miller, today filed a
petition for the removal of all evidence,
except the dangerous explosives In the
McNamara cases to the Jurisdiction of
the federal authorities.
The petiUon filed in the criminal
court today sets forth that the United
States grand Jury will convene next
Tuesday to investigate th McNamara
case, and that information contained in
the books and documents of the Inter-
national Asslcsation of Bridge & Struct
ural Iron Workers are necessary to the
jury s invesugauno.
It is asserted in the petition by Dis
trict Attorney Miller that certain facts
have been presented to him which tend
strongly to show that John J. and James association President Taft directly re-
rt. juviainain, lrue Ci. iUcaianiKBI ana
' (XTnltrd Preaa Laaaed Wire. '
Boston. Mass.. Oct. 18. Absolute de-
franchlaed president today. When Pros- nlal that Rev. C V. T. RIcheson. charged
Ident Taft arrived here on hla homeward I with tba murder of Mlsa A via Llnnell.
Journey from the Pacific coast ha .was over purchased cyanide poiaon from
notified that he would not beallowed Druggist William Hahn of Newton, and
to vote at the municipal election in the producing or correspondence rrom
Cincinnati next month. The president Miss Llnnell to tha minister proving
mailed his registration papers last week tht he was not responsible for the
but they failed to reach Cincinnati in girl's unfortunate condition. ra lnclud-
time for him to qualify as an elector ed In an outline of the minister's de-
ther. Th difficulty will not Interfere fonee published her today.
with President Taft's visit- to Cincln- "We ar certain that w . can prove
natl' I that Richeson never purchased cyanide,"
In a conference with Secretary Mavar said Phiitp iwnDar, attorney tor tne ao-
today the president decided to further cused clergyman. "We will produce
extend hla trip. Instead of going to Hot letters - which Miss Llnnell wrote, to
Springs from. Morgahtown, W. Va,. Mr. Rioheson which will prove in th glrl'a
Taft will go to Washington and thence own words that RIcheson was not re-
IO XM8W xora. wnere, on jNoveraoer I. ' . .
ha' will review the -naval mobilisation,
bringing together the blggeat battleship
fleet ever gathered in American waters.
H will then go to Hot Springs, then to
Ohio, Kentucky ana Tennessee,.
inaorae nsners Btand.
In addressing the American Mining
congress here today President Taft in
dorsed the Alaskan policy of Secretary
Fisher , and said that he entirely ap
proved of Fisher speech last night.
In the course of his address tha presi
dent said: . .. f v
"If the secretary of the interior will
straighten out the tangled state of af
fairs in the Alaska matter, eliminate
the rodomontade and muckraking that
has held, Alaska . back and ' bring that
territory to a state of reasonable de
velopment, he will earn my everlasting
The president also discussed the bu
reau of mines,: and cited the work of the
department of agriculture as an evi
dence of the success of government in
stitutions of ft similar character.
In his speech before the Chicago Bar
irallad Paaaa UaM wval
la Krciee. Oct lk. Haorl P
Lerma. wh aarrlad yearg Half a Whli-
M after Ml eg aeevltlad af Ike tharge
of havlag iMartal hr for "while laa
purposea. Is la a eaaltertaea have taday
nib a bullet wound la bla ida Th
glrr aaoihar 1 la a padded rail at
I be Ceatral Emergeary haaplial. M the
raoult ef aa a l tax k aba aaa da apoa Da
Lorme ta the atrMt laal aight D
Lonae ll-year-ald ttrtda la at hi bed
CVrlag. -Tea to4 tay Uttl girl'
Mr. Catharine Johnaoa approached De
Lorme aad bar daughter tm Mtatoa
treat aad fired two shot at htm, th
second Jsklng' effect 111 dropped. T
preveat har mother froea ahoeitag blra
again, th girl made a ahleld of bar owa
body whlla b asatstad htm to als feat
Mra, Johaaoa walked about thara hya
terloalty oryiag that Do Lorme bad
tekae her glrL The woundad raaa
feared another shot and be grappled
with her, securing th revolver.
Spectators' then Interfered. D Lena
waa taken to one hospital aad th girl
mother waa eecortea to another.
SHERIFF MASS RETURNS
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aatitar te go le Medfwrd ar to ft a i berg.
at great aapeaae.
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aard le IMI the foraat official lave mm
the a lark aaa a of the dtairtct
thai whereae iMoaajads af axwd ef cat
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haadrada are aew la be fwead la the
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the blllereet la II Slaaaard darlaree
that m J. C Orlbbla, a fareat aemr
ma a. at a red with blra thrw dare. l?t
ta hla H beuee. ale agga. butur aad
milk produced pa Ma clalra. and enjoyed
ail the boeplialltf of hla humble home,
thea weal away an filed a complaint
egalMt blan, chargleg that be bad not
eetebllabed real deer.
BARNEY O'NEIL'S BAIL.
IS FIXED AT $20,000
others violated tho criminal laws of the
United States by unlawfully transport
ing explosives from Indiana, Illinois,
Missouri. Pennsylvania. California and
other states on passenger trains engaged
in interstate commerce.
.(United Preaa Leaaed Wire.)
Vancouver, B. C, Oct 28. Ball for
J. S, (Barney) O'Neil, the Idaho banker
who Is being held here awaiting extra
dltlon proceedings, has been fixed by
Judge Mclnnes at 20,00p, to be divided
in such sums as may be convenient.
8. S. Taylor, K. C. who ia appearing
for O'Neil, considered tha bail rather
large, but Judge Mclnnes held that this
was a case in which there was an in
ternational obligation on tho part of the
Canadian authorities to insure the safe
custody of the accused, - j .
O'Neil has been going around under
police supervision, but when he secures
hfs hall, which he expects to do in an
other day or two, he will b freed from
thia espionage. ,:-",.XV;. ,e'.: iv-:yi?Xj'
AGAIN VVITHOUT HIS MAN
rspeatal te The JoarMLI
Ashland. Or., Oatt 18. sheriff Mass
of Oregon City, Or4frt Ashland this
morning at l:lf O'clock without Charles
Swain, suspected of the murder of John
Thorns near Oregon City October I.
Sheriff Mae was closeted with th
prisoner for some time laat evening and
satisfied himself that tha man held her
waa not th one wanted. Babbitt aa th
prlaoner call himself, said he waa work
ing for a butcher at Oakland. Or, on
October 1. He was released today. It
was learned from him last night that
he waa released from the penitentiary at
Salem on August 17, last
Oregon, City, Or., Oct. 18. Sheriff
Ernest Mass, who left for Ashland yes
terday morning In response to a tele
gram that the officials of that place
were holding a man who answered th
description of CbarlM Swain, dreamed
Tuesday night that' he would receive a
telegram - saying Swain had been cap
tured. A . part of his dream pictured
trouble he .would have in bringing his
prisoner back to Oregon City. He con
fided his, dream to an intimate friend
Wednesday morning, but that day passed
and nothing happened. Thursday th
friend asked If th telegram had come
but a shake of the head was the only
reply. About 9 o'clock yesterday morn
ing the sheriff came rushing into the
friend's office with a .telegram In his
hand, saying, "It has come." He then
went to his homo and made preparations
to catch the train for Ashland, which
left in. 10 minute. .'': 1
Thar are tbeuaaad of acre ef agrt
cultural lead la and arouad tb Lake of
the Woods," dacisiea tiannerd' la bla
ninth charge, that have never grown a
stick of timber and wblah ar good for
agricultural purpoaeo but which are
withheld from Minora."
Ia th last two tabulated chargva
Staanard declare that by personal ob
servation he knowa the forest service
meet hunt flah pd hav a good time
generally at public expenM and leave th
onderbrvah unoarad for at psoper era-
son to accumulate aad form dangerous
fire trap for tha dry aaa son a and that
thy have done more In the last five
years to retard the development of th
country than any other causa.
LAYS CRIME TO DRINK
(Catted Preae Laaaad WVa.j .
Los Aagelea. Oct 28. "Me mighty
sorry that I kill my beet friend. Mr.
Boggs, and . hurt Mr. Sellg. It what
you call boose, that make m looney In
th bead, and now I'm o sorry. I
wish I die instead of Mr. Boggs, who
was a prince of white men."
- Sobered completely by a night In 11
Frank Mlnnematsu, Japanese gardener
who yesterday shot and killed Francis
Boggs, local manager of tha Sellg Poly
scope company, aad - serloualy injured
Colonel William N. Sellg, owner of the
company, today, in the above word, ex
pressed remorse for his crime.
Sallg's Injuries are responding nice
ly to treatment and hla rapid recovery
is expected. .
Charities and Correction, " V ;
Indianapolis, Ind.. Oct. 28. Th twen
tieth - annual meeting of the Indiana
Conference of-Charitlea and Correction,
which opens this evening for a three -
days' session, has attracted to thia city .
a large number of prominent visitors.
Professor U. O. Weatherly of Indiana
State ..university will preside over the
sessions. ? ; . J. , e :
Draws Comparison From Life Insurance Data
TACOM A PROPOSES
BOUNTY ON-LIVE RATS
TJaftd Press Laaaad Wire.)
Tacoma. . Wash, Oct It. Next Mon
day, following a recommendation by the
city health officer, it is said the city
council will offer, a bounty of I cents
on each live rat turned in to the de
partment for a period of two months.
The rats will be sent to-Seattle for free
examination there for traces of tb bu
bonic piague. T.:- . ::, ,
SALEM FIRE DOES $5000
DAMAGE, PARTLY COVERED
(United Press Leased Wtre.1
Salem, Or., Oct 28--A fire at 6:S9
o'clock this morning destroyed the
manufacturing part of the E. C. Cross
at Son meat market The loss is es
timated ajt 85000. partially insured. The
White House restaurant kitchen was
damaged to -the extent of 8500. Sam
Adolph, owner of the building, sustained
damage amounting to 82000.
WOMAN PERJURER GETS
TWO YEARS AND FAINTS
' 'United Preaa Leaeed Wire )
- Seattle, Wash., Oct 2. Gladys John
son, sentenced today to two years in
the penitentiary by Judge Oay for sec
ond degree perjury, appeared calm until
she teached the courtroom door, where
she fainted and fell in a heap. .Henry
Johnson, her husband, waa sentenced on
th same charge to cine months in the
-Musty Jaiv ... 5.,r it ..
OCEAN DOCK, BUILT BY
TACOMA, IS PROPOSED
plied to the speech of United States
Senator Menkes E. Clapp in which the
Minnesota senator Charged that his veto
of the Arizona Judiciary: recall measure
was "the ' blackest tyranny." .
Unrid Terms Wot Proper.
"My veto of the recall of the Judi
tlarv measure has been termed tha mnh4 Preaa Leaaed Wire.
'blackest tyranny! ever written Into the Tacoma, Wash.,' Oct 28. .The eity
hlstorv of a free people.'" said the ores- will shortly mak application ' to the
Ident "Although I knew I had been state for a lease, on a piece of tide
guilty of many things I never tbought land, the most centrally located of all
that I had done anything that could in Tacoma harbor, on which It intends
be characterised in such lurid terms. . to construct an ocean dock. L D. Lay
"After I vetoed the Arlxona measure of Tacoma has made application for
congress' directed and that may have the lease, but has turned his rights
been the blackest act congress directed over to the city' on agreement The
the people of Arizona thus: They. Baid: dock under consideration will be 800 feet
'Tou cannot come in as a state' unless wide and have a probable length of. 850
you take back certain things In your feet
constitution.' wail, all i said was: Tou
, Portland, Oct. 28. To the Editor
of The Journal I read s with a
great deal of Interest your . edi
torial on . farm mortgages. Aa
an Insurance man I am always glad
to see publicity of this kind given to
the work of the great Insurance com
panies, because It encourages many men
to insure their lives and thus conserve
human effort On of tha greatest
boons to humanity is the modern sys
tem of life insurance which saves to
the people all tho. progress made during ;
.With the hop that w may see more
such editorials In your paper.!' quote
from a recent number of the Life In
surance Courant a comparison of con
ditions in some eastern states ' Wilth
cannot come In.'
"When Arizona shall come in they
cannot say that we in Washington , did
not giro them a warning and a Jolt to !
insure in - inaepenaence, or tne judi
ciary.' '. ' -- "
cplnions in regard to the recall.
opinions in regar dtoth recall
CAPTAIN OF SLUGGERS
" -. f - . Population
States . Tears. of States,
f --. ,. , ' 1000 ' 2.806.S48
; Massachusetts ...Increase ; ' 661,070 -
k . 1910 8,866,418
1900 " .J02,115
Pennsylvania ....Increase 1,863,996
, 1910 i 7.665,111
' - .1900 7,268,894 '
New Tork ....... Increase 1.844,120
. , 1910 9,118.614
J . 1 , . 1900 , 4,821,650
Illinois ....... Increase 817,401 '
' , 1910 5,638.591
1900 , 1,485,063
California ........ Increase ;. 892.498,
. . . .1910 2,877,649
, . -s , 1900 248,329
Montana .....'....Increase , 132,724 ;
' 1910 876.05S ,
1900 ' , 413.636
Oregon ......... .Increase 269,229 .
" .-'.. . -... 1910 . 73,7S
Total Ins. In .
. force in
.. 64,149.664 ,
. 29.180.624 ,
ins. in rorce
Per capita, in U.S.
" 48 31
i 81.42 , ,
From the above figures you can see
that ' there Is much less insurance in
omiTCRircn rrtD i irrc rorc6 Pr cD,ia i11" uim'
ScNTtNLhU rUn LlrC 'other of the onea quoted.
JAME9 S. HUBELTON.it
'(Calted Prem Leaaad Wire.)
Chicago, Oct- 28. Maurice Enright
captain o an alleged gang of slug
gers, during recent fights between union
factions in Chieao, Was convicted today
of the, murder of ; Vincent Altman, a
rival slugger. The penalty was fixed
The Jury in the
Minnesota Progmslyea Active. '
8t PauL Minn.. 'Oct. 28. To offset
the effect of President Taft'a visit to I at Ufa ImprleoflVnent
Minnesota this week the Republican I case retired last night
progressives , of the state are arranging! Altman waa atanding in
for a nig demonstration here next Men-1 when Enright twalked in and
day night Srnatnr Cummins of lows I to death, Knrlght tuad been
IS scheduled aa the .leading speaker. 1 of acquittal. .
Hac Meeting in Sfexlcaii Capital.
City of Mexico, Oct 28. Matt 'Winn
and hla American associates have com
pleted all arrangements for the opening
of a 17 day race meeting at the local
track tomorrow. - The meet will serve
mm a sort of a curtain raiser to the reg
ular aeaaon to begin at Juarea- next
month. Many speedy horse seen on
the Kentucky tracks this season are
bcre to lake part
STARS AND STRIPES IN
;. CANADIAN ELECTION
' (raited Preaa. Leased Wire!) :
Vancouver. B. Q., Oct. 28. Following
a speech made at the Union Jack, club
last night .It looks as if the American
flag would figure In the next mayoralty
election here. . The gist of the address
was "Vote for the man who will stop
the indiscriminate flying of the stars
and stripes' in moving picture and the
atrical shows." Mayor Taylor As from
Michigan but he has heen a naturalised
Canadian, about 10 years.