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BRIEF REPORT OF THE DAILY
WORK OF NATION’S LAWMAKERS
cl ml I ng milking regularly and thor-
»uglily, providing comfortable and
sanitary quarters for stabling, and
K a M«*r Inwnl Mtation • f I Uli
mtn, W ••>•*>
treating the cows with greatest oon
Remarkable Cleverness Displayed
The best way to gel rid of IIIOI slderatlon at all times.
Washington. Jan. 27.—Representa
qultoes Is to see that they have no
by Wild Fowl.
Important uh these factors have
Washington, Jan. 31—The senate
place to breed, All iiKmqultoes must been in the past, they will continue today rejected the nomination of Fred tive Cole today Introduced a bill pro
live In their early life iu water, usu to be fully us Important In the future erick C. Harper as collector of customs viding that where development of
for the state of Washington. This power Is necessary for irrigation of Wounded to Death, Th«/ Hav« B-«
ally In stagnant water. If It is po» development of the dairy cow.
was done on the adverse report of the
K* '«n Oa llb« rat« I y to Drown
»Ible to drain the country, see that
The first thing to be considered In commerce committee which was based lands under the national reclamation
7 h«ms«lv«e to Escapa Hand«
there are no stagnant pools. Take selecting u dairy cow Is her ability on the statement to that committee by act, tho secretary of the Interior may
«•are also that there are no recep to produce butterfat, Twenty years .Senator Piles thst Harper was “per lease for not ex«x»e>llng ten years
Grading of Product of Various Lo tacles, litter, barrels, or can«, which ago the average cow produced on« sonally objectionable.”
any surplus power, giving preferenre
The cunning «xhlblted by certain
calilles Prosante Problem—Stor
The committee asked Piles for no to municipalities.
could contain water during tho sum hundred and twenty five pounds ot
«po .er ot wild fowl when wounded ’a
age In Transit Discusssd.
The senate today passed the Nel
mer, und the mosquito problem will
ent time it Is safe to say that the was there any discussion of the nomin son bill authorizing sale to the high rernarkah’e. Many a duck
I m < reduced to Insignificant propor-
uverage of the
ation when it was adversely reported
bidder of burned timber on tin! them live, -i<»ir «nparently to return
lions, ofli-ntltnes where It Is Irupo» Slates I h Close to one hundred and iri executive session of the senate thia est
Portland, Jan 26.- Unable to agree I »lble to drain, the mosquitoes cau bu seventy-five pounds.
The Babcock afternoon. Piles submitted the re aged or killed by the forest fires of to 'he surface again. Certain kinds
of <lun»s which are obtuse In their
upon an Immediate plan for forming I checked by pouring a thin film of tent bus been responsible to a great port, moved that Harper be ejected, last summer.
u corpurtlon which would handle lie , kerosene oil over tint water. This extent for this Increase in production,! and the senate respected his wishes.
The bill provides that burned tlm-I »’’•’♦mess to come to decoys become.
apple crop of thu Pacific Northwest, 1 spreads very uniformly, und will suf Inasmuch uh It han exposed the non
Five of President Taft’s appoint her on land filed upon or entered; wt»e struck by a bullet, little devils
producer, whereupon she has been
tho Ion apple orcliurd owners who Ifucate I the
of United States circuit judges may I k * sold In like manner and the jf a.*nost »arc-»lie cleverness.
' mosquito wrigglers In the sold to the butcher. Every dairymen
|iroce<gls paid to settlers upon pre-1 A esse in p -int <x-curred not long
have lawn In session for two «lays [Kind Burning oil of tur or buhaeh should have a pair of scales and a were confirmed by the senate today. fectfon
of title. Where settlers fail s.x« when a duck hunter on the St
al that Y. M. C. A adjourned lute j |H>wi|er serves to drive away mow- Babcock test, and keep accurate reo They included William H. Hunt, of to perfect
title, the money Is to go Lawrence showered a big coot with
yesterday afternoon to meet Iu Walla ' qultoes from u dwelling. There are ords of the milk and butterfat pro Montana, against whom a fight was Into the reclamation
fund, as will re-| fine Z*ot from his boat secluded in a
\ . ilia
, I Halves containing oil of pennyroyal duction of each and every cow of made by Montana land owners; Robert
pts from sales on unreserved pub rush *•<* The duck first attempted to
Inublllty to agree was due to the 1 that answer to keep mosquitoes away bls herd This is the only guide that W. Archbald, of Pennsylvania; Julian cel
rise, t«» <!•«- over Ing that Its wing was
large number of fruitgrowers premiut j from a person, but these latter rem- cun always Ire depended upon In the W. Mack, of Illinois, and John Em lic Senator
Jones today Introduced a!
and tlielr divergent views. There ' «idles oftentimes are hardly success- selection of profitable dairy cows.
mett Garland, of South Dakota, who bill extending the provisions of the! c ♦ -pt -d. In-» — llately dropped into ths
also existed the fuel Hint thu growers ; fill There In as much Individuality
Type I h another point to be con were named as additional judgt?« to eight-hour law to clerks in first and w^-. * again and dove. The hunter
were present Iu their Indlvldunl cu among mosquitoes as among people. sidered. All dulrynien recognize a serve on the new Commerce court.
»to* up it. bls boat with bls gun lev
second class postoffices.
pacItleH und not ita nulhorlzed rep- Th«- p<-nnyroyal sulv«- will keep some definite type as Indicative of dairy
e d for t second shot at tbe bird
resentutlvea of their various associa |M-ople free and will have no effect performance, The Judge In the show
when It •»» e to the surface, but he
tions. Hence they were not In u pts on others
In the same way, the ring bases his Judgment entirely upon
wa< ed in vein f * the reappearance oi
sillon to bind anybody but themselves salve will keep some mosquitoes type. While It Is true that practically
completed its amendment of the' his <an>>
If decisive net Ion bu« been taken.
away. but not effect others.
ull economic producers conform to who was promoted to the Supreme measure as it passed the house. I
There were few ducks flying to oc
A resolution was adopted which
wfiat Is known as the dairy type, court. Frank H. Rudkin was also con- The house bill carried $29.262.938,
seta forth tho substance of the ac
Tho transplanting of evergr«-en all cows that conform to the dairy firm«xl ss United States judge to East and to this was added $1.795,461 in cupy his attention, so he determined
to row *ut and solve if possible th»
tlon taken by th« convention. It t rees Is u process which requires ty;>e are not economic producers, ern district of Washington.
appropriations and $3.389,282 in .ay»tcry of the coot's disappearance
President Taft today nominated cash
recognizes the fact that a central
selling ugency la essential to th« a great deal of care and atten- alone I h uncertain business.
Clyde B. Walker, of Idaho, as register Items of Increases are:
The water under his de<»ys was shal
First of all the planter must
welfare of the apple industry. To tlon
The health of the animal must be of the Juneau land office, Walker
Ix>wer Columbia river, Ore., $200.- tow enough tor him to see «»arly th«
on«*, it Is suggealed that ull realize that If the nun dries out the
_ been special agent of the land 000 cash and $320,000 «xmtinuing con wood covered bottom, and he paddl'd
Cows that are diseased having
«IlHtrlcts not organized form an apple young roots, or the larger ones, or j considered.
carefully about a«*»- the spot where
kept for office at Portland.
growers' association; that district
The secretary of the treasury au
he a ad seen the wounded duck lunge
The prevalence of
associations select on« del<*guto to
contagious diseases, such as tuber-' thorized the purchase of a public f50,000 cash and $118,112 continuing belo the surface. Suddenly, in the
the Walla Walla meeiing and that to follow a trial of this kind. Hecond, | 1 culosls
contagious abortion makes building site at Vancouver, Wash., | contract.
| c.ear wahr beio » the gunwale of h’s
this delegatu body, suiall In num he must bear In mimi that tho "ever- extreme and
necessary In the se on the east side of Park street, be
Bellingham bay. Wash., 125,000 boat, ne saw the solution of th« my»
Iters, have tho duly of organizing and green" bun a comparatively Bhort lection of caution
cows. It I h to the tween 12th and 13th, for $12,500. cash and $52.250 continuing contract. tery.
«lefinlng the duties of the new orgau growing season, commencing In most Interests of dairy
that these dis The property is owned by the corpora
Olympia harbor. Wash., 143,000
Anchored a few feet from tbe bot
sections of this country ulxmt th«
Th« value of this crop tant years loth day of April and closing about eases should be stMtnped out as rap tion of the Catholic Bishop of Ni» i cash.
by a thick reed stalk, wings out
was $6,oou.oo0, but It will Increase th« 20th of June, or In many in idly as possible.
st. etched and Lead hanging limply
rapidly in coming years.
down over his back, was the body ot
stances as early as tn« 10th of May.
Washington, Jan. 30.—Victory 1« in tion of Hitchcock of Nebraska and the elusive coot. With the tension ot
H. <1 Otis of Wenaiche«. Wash, During this growing period the ever also Important She need not be a
ctialrninn of the committee of six green is very tender. If the trans
the air and California's poll of the criticised the “unexplained" delay, a teath g**s it was evident he had
teen which hud for Its purpos« tbe planting can be done before, which is producer. In fact many high grade house give« re«»rd proof.
which Speaker Cannon resented Im- clutched the weed to keep htmsel.
forming of a central Hulling agency, usually the first few weeks in April, i cows are just as economic producers
The margin is small, however, and plied criticism of himself, the house i from rising again to the surface where
rejKirted at the morning session, lie very little loss should result.
said that the committee had worked planting cannot be done then. It la rule, however, the purer the breed-! contingencies remain that would today adopted almost unanimously a he had received before the patn fron.
until midnight and had t*e«*n unable should I«» < don« Immediately after 1 Ing the more likely Is the offspring seem to make it the better part of resolution by Hitchcock of Nebraska the wounding bullet Rather than
to come to any other conclusion than the growing season, which Is during ! to resemble Its parents, and If there wisdom to withhold the shouting until ordering an Investigation by the com-| give himself up to this strange enemy
he h«d preferred to remain at the
that the Portland meeting dl<! not the month of July. Take nicely I are economic producers In a cow's after the roll call tomorrow.
mittee on rule of the 49 days’ delay j
hav« the required authority, for there shaped trees i from o;>en. ex|s>sed i»or- ! ancestry, the more likely is she to
Representative Broussard, of Louis
wen* n«> official delegates from the tlon« of the woods, removing them be an economic producer, providing iana. and M. H. DeYoung met at the In getting the reports of the Ball-1 Running his oar blade Into the war
apple growers' association. For this with a ball of earth to the roots she Is bred along the right lines.
hearing before the senate committee fnger-PInchot investigating committee ter. the hunter tried to detach bis
reason, the coiiiniltte« had reached | which can be held in place by a
In order to succeed with the dairy this morning.
printed and into the hands of mem earn«, but so tenaciously did the feet
the conclusion that It would I mi le-tter burlap wrapping By going at It In cows they must be treated as Indi-, "We are absolutely «xinfiilent that
bers of the house. The resolution cling tLat it was only by severing the
to have another meeting, at which the this way you should suceed.
vlduals, not ns herds. Many dairy we will have a majority in the
weed itself that the duck was brought
requests a report within one week.
otficlul representatives could be pres
men make this mistake, and wonder house." Baid the New Orleans man.
again to the surface. Even when tak
"We already have IL" was the Cali
The experiment stations have not
"We have made r < mh ! progress." yet been able to find any soy beans make the good cow help support the fornian's answer. "Your looks belie stated that three reports were re en into the boat the bird's death grip
remained fast upon the rush stalk.
said Mr Otis "We are all agreed which do well In this western coun-1 poor one, and consequently get no your feelings, then,” added Mr. De
ceived from the committee on investi
that the central selling agency la th«! try.
Another instance of the straits to
We are experimenting with' profit from either one. If they would Young.
gation December 7 last and sharply which a wounded duck will resort In
one thing which will keep tho In- these, using seed from Wisconsin and I deal with the cows oh individuals,
“I am not feeling very good today,"
duntry out of dlr« »traits 1 bellvc Minnesota, hoping that we may find; making each one pay her own way admitted the representative.
criticised the "unexplained delay, evading a hunger was furnished by an
that we are approaching a coinll some that would be adapted to our| together with interest on the money
The Southerners freely declare that doubt and mystery in referring said American golden eye. The bird had
tlon where It will require careful conditions
Invested In her. a great deal would the fight is close. The Westerners report to the committee on agricul been wounded among decoys tn a
nursing of our product to secure for
Canada field peas do very well In be accomplished toward bettering the accede to this. Tonight both sides ture. The resolution set forth that small water hole of a fro» n lake.
us n légitimât« profit, Apple-grow-
however, everywhere except I quality of the dairy cows of the say they may be no more than 20
era have plenty of Ideas, and they . deed.
the reference was not made until De When he dove and failed to reappear
ground Is too low and i country.
votes to the good.
the hunter walked to the other side
are no different from any other body | moist. the
he house of representatives passe«! cember 19. The committee did not ot the hole, and there, through tha
Under these conditions t he I
of men. But to get down to business peas grow too much to tops,
the tariff commlttion bill at 10:30 | receive the printed reports until ye» •-ansparent Ice. was astonished to see
It requires a small and <*otnpact body Intended for hay. they should tie I
tonight by a vote of 186 to 93. a terdav.
who represent something elre ««»Idea seeded to hulf and half with oats and
This amendment, which was drafted his game swimming with both feet and
large number of Democrats. Including
their own orchards We tniiHt have wheat, preferably oats. The ground
by the committee. anhtorized the | wings along Just under the Ice. It was
Champ Clark, voting for it.
a delegate body of men. That Is may lust be fall plowed, but If
The first test vote was taken at construction of two dredges, as was ■ fra"tlcally swimming about In search
why we adjourned to Walla Walla."* spring plowing Is necessary, the
M-, when ________
a motion to strike recommended tn the recent report ofj for an opening. The hunter followed
i b« convention was divided 'n Its ground should be plowed as early as
out the enacting clase was rejected. the army engineers. to cost not ex-1 the desperate bird for some little dis
views, though there wan no dispute possible, then the peas seeded to
by 116 to 96. The final vote was d«»- ceeding $520.000. The bill will carry tance. Then the poor creature
as to the value of a well-organized about three Inches depth and allowed
laved by Itemocratic efforts to amend $200.000 cash, an authority is given strokes began to grow weaker, t
selling agency. The difference came to He about a week until they have
the bill, but all amendments were to expend an additional $320,000. wing action ceased and finally th
nbout In the effort to establish a sprouted; then the oats seeded shal
| sufficient to complete both dredges. | body lay still against the under sur
standard of values of apples from dlf-1 low so that the oats anil peas will
Doubt as to whether President Taft : Tn addition to these amounts, the face of the ice. Wit an ax tb. hunt-
would veto a general pension bill $150.00 which was provided in the or chopped out the drowned duck.
together. If cut when the
If all were tnetubers of tho same; come on In
<tomplicat«*d the situation In the sen- original house bill for continuing op-
the dough and the |>eas
selling agency, th» question naturally oats are
ate committee on pensions when this1 orations between Portland and the
to ripen, they make
would arise how this difference would ' Just beginning
projiosed legislation was considered, sea under the old project is retained.
the best hays that Is grown.
be a<lJu h tcd. Then the grades of ap- 1 one of
pies, their nomenclature, their exact anti It can be cured and harvested
Rufus L. Griswold, the Cleveland
«»mmittee, the Sulloway bill, which and Columbia
. - of
detcrmlnaBon anti other mlnutla<> like any other hay.
educator who holds that It Is wrong
passed the house and which would $670,000.
becom«« Involved In the arrangement
add about $45.000.000 annually to the!
to let children believe in Santa Claus,
For generation» our ancestors have
of details. It was after tho <x>n>mlt-
arguing about his strange views
tee had dlscusHed these conditions
which would add about $15,000,000.
committee on public lands today fav-1 at a d‘-ax»er.
that It agreed upon calling another rants. gooHelierflOB and other »mail
meeting of delegates with power to fruits, thinking they were doing the
|Orably reported the Hawley bill fori "Why lie to children?" he asked,
In some Instances the
Washington, Jan. 28.—To carry into
"Why let them believe In a myth?
bind their associations
effect the terms of the reciprocity the relief of the settlers on the Siletz Whenever I hear mention of that
Before th«- adoption of tho report,
agreement, concluded by represents- Indian lands,
E. H. Shepard, of Hood River, editor
loathed name of Santa Claus I think
The senate today adopted the Cham of a lunatic.”
of Better Fruit, said that he was not water could drain away and carry
tives of Canada and the United States
opposed to thu organization of n sell
last Thursday, the first move was made berlain amendments to the Indian
He paused and smiled. Then he
ing agency, but he could not see a and other material which would be
today when McCall of Massachusetts, I
appropriating $50.000 for irriga- resumed:
way to perfect such an organization
a member of the ways and means com- . t —
|on i in the Klamath Indian reserva-
"Some years ago I attended a trial
at the present time, and that ho ha<l We do not consider It advisable to
mittee of the house, presented the jxd- tjon under the Modoc Point ProjecL wherein my brother was concerned,
heard of no plan which would solve
ministration bill on the subject. The and $15.000 additional for a wing for
having to do with a lunatic
tho problem. He sltll held to these tings and seedlings, with water of
bill was referred to the committeee on the Chemawa Indian school buildings the tr.al
views, but desired to have It un this kind. It should not come In
derstood that ho favored unions and
"A witness was being examined as
decided to lay on the table for this
little harm, and |>osaibly some good
association work, ho said.
the sanity of one of the inmates.
The introduction of the bill by the
Miles Cannon of Weiser, Idaho, If kept a short distance from tho
“'You hold that this lunatic is in
said that In his opinion tho problem
vane, do you?" a lawyer asked.
Payne of New York, chairman of the ; and regulations.
«>f creating a selling agency would be
The house committee on public
There Is no one breed of cattle
“’I do,' was the firn- reply,
ways and means rommittee, occasioned
solved al Walla Walla and he was
“ Why are you so sure?’
some comment. It is interpreted to lands favorably reported the Mondell
docldedly In favor of the resolutions. that will give large quantities of
milk* of good quality and also be
"‘The man,' the witness said, ‘goes
indicate that McCall will take a lead bill authorizing the Secretary of Ag
riculture to sell fire-killed or dam • »ut asserting that he is Santa
good lieef cattle.
ing part in engineering its progress on aged
timber from the forest reserves.
purpose" breeds, among which might
Madison Garden For Sale.
t the floor of the house.
Carl Spohn and M. G. Munly of Claus.'
“ 'And,' said the lawyer, ‘you hold,
New York.—Tho annual scare at and Red Polled, have been bred with
A resolution w;-.s introduced today
Silk crc|ic in an apricot shade is by Mr. Wilson of Pennsylvania, calling Portland have Induced the house com- do you. that when a man goes about
tho possibility of New York's losing this puritose In view, but at the
mittee to defer action on tbe Alaska
used for this dinner dress.
_____ _ regulations
vear. asserting that he Is Santa Claus it'»
Madison Square Garden, tho acene present time the dual purpose idea
IVixll gold lace insertion trims the ! on the secretary of state, if not incom- fisheries
waist and there is an odd little bib patible with the public interests, to This postponement was desired by clear proof of his insanity?"
of the yearly horso show and a long Is practically exploded.
and apron effect of embroidery on the furnish the house of representatives Portland owners of Alaska plants,
list of exhibits and displays, Is on wishes dairy cows, he should select
any one of the leading dairy breeds;
rrv|K- that gives a pretty touch to the with complete information as soon as Spiihn left for home today.
again, This time It Is based on tho that Is, Jersey, Guernsey, Holstein
" 'Because,' said the witness, In t>
Chairman Frye, of the commerce
possible regarding the number of citi-
Xkirt as well as the waist front.
appearance of advertisements offering and Ayrshire, whichever Is liked best,
zens of Mexico, ,______
or other _ persons, who committee, introduced a bill today to loud. Indignant voice, 'I happen to be
to sell the big amusement hall for and which seems best fitted to the
have been arrested and detained by the [ »"»te such appointment« as that of Santa Claus myself.’ ’’—Washington
$1,500,000. Tho directors of the cor- conditions, If b«ef Is wished, select
States government ...
during the Collector Malcolm out of senatorial Star.
|s>ratlon. who Include J, P. Morgan, tho beef breed desired, that Is,
Women Divers In Japan.
Mexican Influence. It provides that when the
aro rejsirted an saying that they have Shornhorn, Hen-ford, Angus, etc.
Among the many different methods government for their extradition. The President considers the positions of
carried the property twenty years,
Wild Sheep of Africa.
employed tn Japan for pearl fishing resolution calls for many details, in Collector of Customs the advice and
chiefly for the benefit of the public.
The proper churning temperntures none Is more Interesting than that cluding final disposition of «11 such consent of the senate should not be
The Barbary sheep la of lnteres
necessary for appointment or re .■hlefly as the only wild sheep tn the
for cream vary under different con employed by the women divers who
ditions. The only safe rule Is to obtain the pearl oysters. Pearl fish cases.
"Bouncer«" Are Fined.
Senator Flint gave positive assur
Charges that President Taft Is ua- whole of Africa and (•
churn at such temperature that the
Seattle.—Robert Heaton and Joseph butter will come in from thirty to Ing is conducted mainly by men div- ance today that, if San Francisco wins Ing his Influence unofficially against gulshed from the other by the long
Wallnce, "bouncers" for tho Seattle, forty-five minutes. Where the churn era in Australia and India and other in the house, no serious difficulty will the retention of William Lorimer as beard or fringe of hair in front of the
Renton & Southern street railroad. ing is done In less time, butterfat is countries, but tn the region about be encountered in the senate over the United States senator from Illinois neck.
One peculiarity of this creature la
were fined $25 In Mulct pal Court lost In the buttermilk. A longer Ago Bay, In the province of Shlma. adoption of the exposition resolution in were vigorously scouted today by
for thrownlng E. L. Dyer, aged 69, time, however, is unnecessary, and as well as In other parts of the coun the senate.
the facility with which It can be
Senator Paynter of Kentucky.
from a car beenuse ho was alow in simply a waste of time and energy. try, women are employed In diving.
tamed. When I made an unsuccessful
producing a transfer slip. The crowd The temperature rnnges frrrrtt 52 de Tho Mlkiinoto pearl farm« lie at a
Salaries High Enough.
Reclorocitv Strikes Snaq.
raid on Its haunts, over 5,900 feet up
that filled the courtroom cheered the grees In summer to 64 degrees In depth of from five to thirty fathoms,
Washington, Jan. 27.—Snags bo tn the Atlas .twelve years ago. I was
decision lustily. A measure to con winter.
gan to loom up in the pathway ot told by many of the natives that some
with an average of ten fathoms The
demn part of the road and operate It
women dive to the bottom without braska, the insurgent leader, and the Canadian reciprocity agreement of the moutnaln chieftains had tame
under city ownership la to bo voted
Dairying, W. R. C., Pullman, Waah.)
any special apparatus, and retain Burke of Pennsylvania clashed In today before it had been In the hands specimens about their castles. The
on March 7.
the house today in the debate on the of congress 24 hours and the con
The following factors are of great their breath while they remain under raising of the salaries of Federal fident predictions of Its failure were Kaid of Oundafl, who entertained me
was not at the time
Lung Record Is Broken.
ImiHirtance In developing a dairy
made by pillars of the protective on the occasion,
Norris said to Increase the pay of tariff faith, tl was said that, even in posslsseon of a living specimen,
Enid, Okla.—In four teats before herd: Selection, or breeding from face from onejQ.three minutes. When
physicians here, Frank Arkebauer only the best producers; feeding, that they arc chilled they return to the these Judges would have the effect of should the house accept the terms of but he gave me a fine trophy of one
shore, and warm themselves at fires elevating them to a higher station In the arrangement (which republican shot by him a few weeks earlier. The
showed that ho han 454 Inches lung
capacity. This breaks the world’s la, supplying the right kind of feed built In huts especially for the pur society, with a resultant tendency "to high tariff advocates did not concede weather was hot, however, and the
record of 436 Inches held by Paul In sufficient quantities for the needs pose, and then return and resume forget human rights and human lib for a moment) it could not pass the sheep had retreated to the summits.-»
Pall Mall Gazette.
Van Ilroeckan of New York.
of the cow; care and handling, in their work.
DO NOT AGREE
Plan For Selling Laid Over
Walla Walla Meet.