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NEWS Of THE WEEK
OUTLAW TORNOW IS KILLED
ALIEN LAND BILL AMENDED
Deputy Empties Rifle in Fight,
Then Goes for Help.
California House Passes Proposed
Measure in New Form.
Aberdeen, W ash. — John Tornow,
m urderer of six persons, and one o f the
m ost hunted
crim inals known in
N orthw estern annals, w as found dead
before his lonely shack in th e Olym pic
foothills, having m et his N em esis in
Giles Quimby, a deputy sheriff o f Che-
A rm istice betw een T urks and Bul halis county, who killed th e outlaw a f
g a ria n s was agreed upon.
te r a duel follow ing the m erciless
T he M issouri riv er is out of its m urder o f C harles L athrop and Louis
b a n k s a t points in N ebraska, and Blair, trap p ers, who w ere h u nting
m an y tra in s are blockaded.
i Tornow in hope o f $3000 rew ard which
A French m ilitary balloon collapsed had been hanging for the p a st year.
suddenly w hile 650 fe e t in the air, and
The th ree bodies w ere found in the
a ll five o f the occupants w ere killed by
clearing around T ornow ’s cabin in the
th e fall.
forest by the posse which responded to
A m eeting o f the executive com
m itte e o f the Progressive p arty de the alarm given by Quimby.
The finding of T om ow ’s body sub
c la re s th a t p arty will never fuse w ith
sta n tia te d the sta te m en t of D eputy
a n y other.
; Sheriff Quimby th a t he had seen the
G overnor Major, o f Missouri, vetoed
h erm it outlaw fall as Quim by fired the
a bill relieving accident insurance
last shot in the m agazine of his rifle.
N com panies from paym ent fo r deaths
Quimby, not seeing any sign o f life
a fte r Tornow fell back into the under
Officials o f an A m erican m ining brush, feared the outlaw was re so rt
com pany a t Cananea, Mex., are beitig ing to a ruse to entice him from cover
held for $500,000 ransom, e ith e r by and hurried back to cam p to summon
M exican rebels or strik ers.
: help, leaving th e bodies o f his com
T he Chinese governm ent has set rades lying w here they fell, L athrop
a sid e a day on which all C hristian and B lair having died before they had
churches in the land are requested to a chance to fire a shot.
Tornow ’s body w as found not more
p ra y for the success o f the new gov
th an e ig h t fe e t from those o f his la te st
e rn m e n t.
victim s by Sheriff Schell M athew s and
W omen m em bers o f the Portland a posse, according to telephonic com
c ity council refused to vote again st m unication received by way o f the
sm o k in g in th e ju ry room, and late r Sim pson L ogging com pany’s cam p No.
c a rrie d m easures of th e ir own w ithout 5.
Tom ow had been shot by Quimby
A cadet has been dism issed from once through the shoulder and once
W e st P oint for hazing, and S ecretary through the head. The la tte r shot had
o f W ar Daniels declares not only dis killed him in stan tly , it is believed.
m issal but im prisonm ent a w aits fu B lair was shot through the neck and
L athrop was shot tw ice in the head
tu r e offenders.
A d iv er from Tacoma, w hile p u ttin g
dow n fish trap s in C hignik lagoon,
A lask a, discovered the sunken hull of SECRETARY WARNS HAZERS
th e schooner Sadie F . Caller, o f San
F rancisco, which disappeared 18 years Imprisonment to Be Added to Dis
missal Penalty in Future.
A searching p arty found the dead
W ashington, D. C .— W ith th e an
body o f John Tornow, the outlaw who nouncem ent of his approval of the sen
h a s terrorized the W ynootchee country tence o f the c o u rt which dism issed
o f W ashington for two years, lying Jam es C. Cook from the N aval A cad
w here he fell when shot by a deputy em y for hazing, S ecretary D aniels
sen t a le tte r to every m idshipm an a t
G ustave Ham el, a B ritish aviator, Annapolis w a rn in g each th a t h e re a fte r
accom panied by F ran k Dupre, an no leniency w ill be shown hazers, who,
A m erican, made a monoplane flight in addition to bein g dism issed will
from Dover to Cologne, Germ any, in receive the additional penalty o f im
fo u r hours and five m inutes. The dis prisonm ent as provided by law.
“ The sentence of confinement would
tan c e is som ething over 250 m iles.
be justified in C ook’s c ase,” said Sec
Bodies hang from nearly every tele re ta ry D aniels, “ b u t as I have not had
g ra p h pole along 50 m iles of the Mex an opportunity to issue a w arn in g be
ican C entral railw ay below Chihuahua fore, I have let the sentence stand a t
C ity, rep o rt refugees a rriv in g a t El dism issal. Y our hazer is essen tially a
Both the federals and in bully and m ust necessarily have a
su rg e n ts sta te troops are said to have stre ak o f in n ate cruelty. The U nited
p a rticip a te d in the execution of p ris S ta te s N avy has no place for youths of
th is k in d .”
The victim o f M idshipm an Cook’s
T h e la s t of the strik es th a t have
hazing was M idshipm an Newbold
paralyzed the g arm ent w orkers’ in
Lodge, o f M ichigan, who w as m ade to
d u stry in Boston for ten weeks was
stand on his head and do o th er stunts
se ttle d when the 2500 m em bers o f the
m e n ’s g arm ent w orkers’ union voted
to accept the term s of an agreem ent
W HITE HOUSE MUCH PUZZLED
offered them . The strik e rs won prac
tic a lly all th e ir demands.
t o r a l Resume of Important Events
Throughout the World.
COLLEGE COW IS PRODUCTIVE WATER STOCKS GRAVEL PIT
Nine Hundred Pounds Milk and 47 Willamette Furnishes Railway Co.
of Butter Yielded in Month.
Oregon A gricultural College, Cor-
v a ltis—S tudents o f dairy husbandry at
Oregon A gricultural college who have
been k eeping records of m ilk and b u t
te r fa t production of a num ber o f the
younger cows in the college herd have
ju st closed a m onth’s te s t on A m y’s
E uybria D aughter (260,822), a 3-year-
old Je rse y , and the re p o rt show ing
th a t she produced 46.77 pounds of
b u tte r f a t indicates th a t she may
easily e stab lish a record m aking her
eligible fo r the Je rse y re g is te r of
The requirem ent of b u tte r f a t from
a Je rse y o f th is age is 292.8 pounds
during the year, an average o f 24.4
pounds per m onth.
A m y’s E uybria
D aughter has given 22.37
above th e standard.
H e r to ta l pro
duction during th e m onth w as 975
pounds of m ilk w ith an av erage per
centage of fa t am ounting to 4.797.
This is equivalent to 55.02 pounds of
85 per cent b u tter.
T his te s t was supervised by E. R.
Stockw ell, o f the d e p artm e n t of dairy
husbandry, who says th a t the record is
not rem arkable, but above the av erage
o f m any dairy cows which re tu rn a
good profit for th e ir keep.
C orvallis — C ontrary to th e e x p eri
ence of flood d istric ts o f the e ast, Cor
vallis announces the recent high w a ter
stag es o f the W illam ette riv e r have
been a blessing and a benefit to a t
least one industry. The ra g in g W il
lam ette re-stocked the fam ous gravel
pit, owned by the P ortland, E ugene &
E astern railw ay company.
Instead o f abandoning the ground as
having been w orked out, the engineers
of the big in te ru rb an ele ctric system
now under construction in th e W illam
e tte valley have found th a t new gravel
has been washed down stre am , filling
th e old excavation in the bottom of
the riv er and m aking enough gravel
available to com plete the w ork o f re
ballastin g the e n tire W est Side system
of the Southern Pacific com pany and
m aking the trac k s ready for fast-m ov
ing electric trains.
The new ele ctric com pany is now-
sending 40 cars of gravel a day to the
old steam lines on the W est Side, and
has com pleted b a lla stin g o f the line
from C orvallis to Monroe, w hich is
pronounced by e x p erts to be the best
piece of railroad trac k in th e sta te .
RECORD CROP IS PREDICTED
MUST TAKE WHAT’S OFFERED
Acreage Reduced in Sherman and
Wasco, but Yield Promising.
State Cannot Control Distribution
of Reclamation Fund.
Sacram ento, Cal. — An anti-alien
land ow nership bill, designed prim arily
to p revent Ja p a n ese from acquiring
title to real property w ith in the sta te ,
but so worded as to pro h ib it any alien
from ow ning land m ore than one y ear
except on a declaration o f his in te n
tion to become a citizen was passed by
the low er house o f the leg isla tu re by a
vote o f 60 to 15.
The m easure was Amount of Fortune Not Revealed—
$20,000,000 Disposed of and
d ra fte d by a subcom m ittee o f the ju
d iciary com m ittee as a su b stitu te for
Son Gets Residue.
o th er bills, all o f which specifically
provided th a t “ aliens ineligible to c it
izenship” should not hold lands.
New York— “ I com m it my soul into
The com m ittee, however, proceeded
on the theory th a t such a sta tu te the hands of my S avior in full confi
m ight be held in violation of the dence th a t, h aving redeem ed it and
tre a ty rig h ts o f Jap an ese subjects and washed it in H is m ost precious blood,
broadened the m easure to include all
he will presen t it fa u ltless before the
aliens who had not declared th e ir in
throne o f my H eavenly F a th e r; and I
tention to become citizens.
In ord er not to e m b arrass foreign e n tre a t children to m ain tain and de
corporations o f large in te re s t in the fend, a t all hazard, and a t any cost of
sta te , the com m ittee did m ake the cor personal sacrifice, the blessed doctrine
poration clause of the bill, section 8, I of the com plete atonem ent for sin
apply only to “ aliens not eligible to through the blood o f Je su s C hrist,
once offered, and through th a t a lo n e .”
This is the e x tra o rd in a ry and s tr ik
u tte ra n c e which begins the last
ARIZONA HAS ALIEN STATUTE ing
will and testa m en t o f John P ierpont
M organ, who died a t Rome on March
Federal Officials Discover Law That 31 last, whose body, heaped over w ith
Never Has Been Enforced.
flowers from the crowned heads of Eu
P hoenix, A riz .—T h at A rizona has a rope, was, a fo rtn ig h t late r, brought
law —fo rg o tte n since its enactm ent a back to his own land, and last Monday
y e ar ago— p ro h ib itin g persons not e li was borne to its la st re stin g place a t
gible to A m erican citizenship from ac H artford.
E ver since the funeral the publica
q u irin g title to real p roperty in th is
sta te , was brought to th e a tte n tio n of tion o f th e g re a t financier’s last will
has been aw aited w ith keen e x p ecta
Federal officials here Thursday.
The governm ent a u th o ritie s said tion, and it is safe to say th a t o f all
they would call the m easure, enforce the in te re stin g testam en ts of em inent
m ent of w hich never has been a tte m p t citzens of A m ercia, th a t o f Mr. Mor
ed, to the a tte n tio n o f th e S ta te de gan, to be offered for probate here is
p a rtm en t.
U nder th e provisions o f by fa r th e m ost in te restin g .
As to the am ount o f the estate,
the law all aliens holding land a t the
tim e o f ita enactm ent m ust surrender which is one the first questions the
public n atu rally is asking, th ere is
title w ith in five years.
E ven when title is acquired by the nothing in th e will to give any accu
enforcem ent o f liens o r judgm ent, t i ra te idea, and the executors declare
tle m ust be surrendered in the sam e th a t no announcem ent will be m ade on
period of tim e.
The law , how ever, th is su b ject until the appraisal has
does not apply to m ining claim s or to been m ade fo r d e te rm in in g the sta te
lands considered necessary for the in h eritance tax.
The am ount of tru sts and bequests
operation of m ines o r reduction works.
named by specific sum s is under $20,-
000,000, but the e n tire residue of the
Seattle Opposes Land Bill.
e sta te is le ft to J . P. M organ, J r .,
S e a ttle —The S e a ttle cham ber of who is designated by his fa th e r to be
com m erce has sen t the follow ing te le come the ch ie f h eir, not only to his
gram to the cham ber o f com m erce of fortune, but to his m any charitab le
San Francisco and San D iego in ans and a rtis tic a ctiv ities.
w er to requests fo r th e opinion o f the
local organization on th e alien land JAPANESE IRE IS SOFTENED
bill pending in the C alifornia legisla
tu re :
“ The cham ber alw ays insisted th a t Okuma Sarcastic in Reference to
Exchange of Lessons.
legislation re la tin g to aliens should
apply to all n a tio n a litie s alike. We
Tokio— The announcem ent th a t P re s
believe enactm ent by any coast sta te ident W ilson and S e c retary of S ta te
of law s d irec tly or indirectly discrim B ryan a re m aking efforts to brin g
in a tin g a g a in st any n a tio n a lity w ill about a com prom ise in th e proposed
g re a tly em b arrass com m ercial re la C alifornia legislation w ith respect to
tions w ith th e people of countries a f the alien land ow nership bill, and th a t
fected, w ith the re sen tm en t cen terin g Governor Johnson is opposing the bill,
a g a in st tra d e through sta te s passing has softened Jap an ese ire, and public
such law s, b u t in effect im p a irin g the opinion now has become m ore o p ti
volume o f business for the e n tire coun m istic.
The reported unw illingness
try and su b je ctin g to severe stra in all o f th e A m erican m issionaries to a ssist
in te rn atio n al re la tio n s.”
in re sistin g the bill is the su b je ct of
harsh criticism in the Ja p a n se new s
papers, b u t a fte r a conference which
Strikers’ Plan Is Foiled.
Y onkers, N . Y. — Louis Spreckels, C ount Okum a, the foreign m inister,
su p e rin te n d en t o f the Federal Sugar had w ith the m issionaries, the la tte r
Refinery here, one o f th e larg e st in dispatched telegram s to C alifornia,
the world, closed his desk T hursday the ex act n a tu re o f which w ere not
m orning and announced th a t he was known.
C ount Okum a ironically rem inded
going fishing and d idn’t know w hen
he would re tu rn . H e le ft no address the m issionaries th a t Ja p a n owed its
behind him . This was his answ er to first lesson in foreign h u m anitarian
a strik e ord er issued to th e unskilled principles to the U nited S ta te s. "N ow
laborers in the plant.
The w histle the duty has devolved upon J a p a n ,”
calling th e m en to w ork w as silen t he added, " t o teach the C alifornians
T hursday m orning and the employes the sam e p rin cip les.”
The Ja p a n ese consul a t Vancouver,
who congregated a t the ga te s w ere
turned aw ay. A bout 1200 men are idle. B. C., C. Y ada, who has arriv ed here,
has caused some ex citem en t by the
Benson Dies Leaving Only $431. sta te m e n t th a t a n ti-Ja p a n e se legisla
tion is pending in th e Canadian pro
San Francisco — T he e sta te o f John vince o f B ritish Colum bia, Saskatche
A. Benson, who was said to be w orth wan and M anitoba.
m ore th an a m illion w hen he was in
volved in th e Oregon land frauds,
Warlike Moros Disperse.
am ounts to only $431, according to
W ashington, D. C. — T rouble w ith
the final account of his affairs filed in
the P ro b a te court here
Thursday. the Moros in th e Philippines, which
T his is th e am ount th a t the public has th rea te n e d fo r several weeks, has
a d m in istra to r will tu rn over to his been av erted . R eports to th e d e p art
widow, Mrs. G race Benson. Benson m ent say the arm y o f belligerent
was serving a F ederal sentence of tribesm en, num bering 3000, which
one y e a r when he w as released by practically laid siege to Jolo and dared
reason o f the illness which ended w ith the A m erican g a rriso n to venture
fo rth and do b a ttle , has dispersed.
his d e ath tw o years ago.
The Moros th rea te n e d to revolt be
cause a g ita to rs from the province of
Lumber Drifts to Beach.
N ew port, O r.— L arge q u a n titie s of Luzon had spread re p o rts th a t the
lum ber and w hite cedar railroad ties A m ericans planned to m ake them
have been com ing ashore along the abandon th e Mohammedan religion.
Will of J. Pierpont Morgan Shows
The D alles — A lthough *the crop of
W ashington, D. C.— Congress hav cereals in W asco and Sherm an coun
ing once repealed section 9 o f the tie s this y ear will not su rp ass the crop
original N ational reclam ation
act, of 1912, ow ing to the fa c t th a t the
th ere is no chance th a t th a t section acreage is less because o f sum m er
or any e quivalent provision will ever fallow ing, reports received by the
be resto red to th e law, and th e only Business M en’s association in d icate a
way in which Oregon ev er will receive yield per acre th a t will break all rec
equitable recognition under th a t law ords for th is section. E. H. French,
will be through th e good grace and president o f the b an k in g firm of
fair-m indedness o f the S ecretary of French & Co., has re tu rn e d from an
the in te rio r and th e P resident.
autom obile trip to the southern p a rt
H e p redicts th a t
U nder section 9, th e secretary of of th is county.
the in te rio r was required to expend in should the favorable conditions con
every s ta te the m ajor p a rt o f the tinue all records will be broken. F a rm
moneys contributed by such s ta te to ers who come to the c ity suppport the
th e reclam ation fund, and to m ake an prediction.
a d ju stm en t on th is basis once in ten
The fru itg ro w ers are also looking
forw ard to a h a rv est o f re cord-break
Section 9 was repealed w hen the ing crops of cherries, peaches, pears,
Borah $20,000,000 loan
bill was i apples, prunes, grapes and o th e r fru its.
passed, and under circum stances fully Several hundreds o f acres o f cherries
explained a t the tim e, and no m a tte r j will come into b earin g th is year.
how m uch the Oregpn delegation or
fu tu re delegations m ay striv e, they CHEESE FACTORY WORKING
will never g e t th a t section back into
the law, for Oregon is p ractically the
First Day’s Run at Seaside Plant
only s ta te th a t would benefit under
Takes 2000 Pounds of Milk.
th a t provision, and every o th e r W est
ern s ta te com ing w ithin the law bene- j Seaside — The C latsop County Co
fits through the repeal o f section 9.
com pany, w hich
sta rte d w ork Monday, handled 2000
TAX COMMITTEE IS SELECTED pounds o f m ilk, from w hich e ig h t
pounds o f P asteu rized cream
Four Senators and Six Representa saved for c ity d istrib u tio n and from
which was m ade w hat is known as six
tives Named by Officials.
trip le ts and two Y oung
A m erica
Salem —C. N. M cA rthur, speaker of I cheeses.
the house and Dar, J . M alarkey, pres- j In addition to m aking the cheese
How- to Appease Japanese Opinion ident o f th e senate in th e recent legis and b o ttlin g th e cream , th e first d a y ’s
Opinions in Mexico C ity, both offi
latu re, have announced im p o rta n t com o u tp u t o f th is new concern was 200
Is Question That Worries.
cial ami unofficial, are th a t the H uerta
m itte e appointm ents m ade under and qu arts and 100 p in ts o f P asteurized
W ashington, D. C.— Com parison of by v irtu e o f resolutions w hich were m ilk.
go v ern m en t will soon come to an end.
By h e atin g the fluid to a c ertain
Republican lenders plan a m eeting the proposed alien land holding legis passed a t th a t session.
P robably th e m ost im p o rta n t o f j te m p e ra tu re and keeping i t a t th a t
in Chicago soon to arrange for the re lation in C alifornia w ith sim ila r s ta t
h a b ilita tio n of th e p arty throughout utes in force for years in the D istric t these appointm ents w ere m ade in re point for 30 m inutes, any tuberculous
o f Columbia and several sta te s reveal ference to the leg isla tiv e tax com m it m a tte r in th e m ilk is killed and none
th e country.
ed to the W hite House officials in tee, w hich will serve in m uch the of the nourishm ent destroyed.
creased difficulty in handling th e pro sam e capacity as the leg islativ e tax
One of the tru ck s o perated by the
te s t entered by Ja p a n .
com m ittee of tw o y e ars ago. T hat cheese factory goes up th e N ecanicum
I t was pointed o u t a t the W hite com m ittee took an a ctiv e p a rt in de valley for nine m iles, w hile the o th er
W h ea t—Track prices: Club, 86(n House th a t no foreign nation ev er had fe a tin g single ta x and also prom oted wagon goes north several m iles beyond
87c; bluestem , 98c; red R ussian, 85c; entered p ro test a g a in st these e x istin g th e am endm ent to repeal the county G earhart.
laws. Incidentally word reached here ta x am endm ent, or single tax am end
v a lle y , 87c.
Mt. Hood is Glacier Laden.
O a ts —No. 1 w hite, $27(828 per ton; th a t while the bills in the senate and m en t o f 1910.
house a t Sacram ento differed, e v en t
T his com m ittee for th e n e x t two
valley, stained, $24(n26.
Oregon C ity — T here has been so
C om —Whole, $27; cracked, $28 ton ually a bill would be agreed on along years w ill consist of S enators C alkins. much snow in the Cascades and along
M illstuffs—Bran, $2Ifri22 per ton; the lines o f alien land law s in New McColloch, M osier and N euner and the slopes o f Mount Hood du rin g the
York sta te and th e D istric t o f Colum R e p resen tativ es Laughlin,
B arton, p ast w in ter th a t i t has becom e packed
sh o rts. $23(u 24; m iddlings, $30.
Blanchard, Brunk, M urnane and S ta n into a glacial m ass, is th e re p o rt of
B arley— Feed, $23(u23.50 per ton; bia.
The Federal governm ent is not san field.
brew ing, nom inal; rolled, $25.50@
Fred Lund, a prospector and trap p e r.
guine of appeasing popular opinion in
Mr. Lund cam e down to order some
Strawberry Acreage Increases.
H ay — E astern Oregon tim othy, Japan, though it does hope to sa tisfy
supplies for his cam p on the south
choice, $15(817; mixed, $100(13.50; the Tokio governm ent of its helpless
Hood R iv er—The acreage o f s tra w fork of the U pper Clackam as, and de
o a t and vetch, $12; alfalfa, $12(813; ness to effect changes th a t would re b e rrie s o f th is com m unity w ill be clares th a t never before has he seen
move entirely th e Jap an ese objections. slig h tly increased this year, and be such conditions.
clover, $9; straw , $7(88.
V egetables — A rtichokes, 90c(8$l
cause o f the new fields com ing into
" T h e snow on the m ountain is
p e r dozen; asparagus, 6c pound; cab
Editor Will Be Governor.
bearin g , presen t e stim a te s place the packed into a solid sh eet o f snow-ice
b ag e, l j c ; celery, $2.50 per c rate;
W ashington, D. C.— M ajor J . F. A. y e a r’s crop slightly g re a te r than th a t th a t least four fe e t thick. The su rfa c e ,
heatl lettuce, $2.50 c ra te ; hothouse Strong, o f Ju n eau , has been selected o f last season, when 75 carloads w ere m eltings have congealed and form ed
le ttu c e , 75c(ii$l per box;
m ark eted from the valley. A num ber an alm ost unbreakable c ru st on top of
g re en , 200125c per dozen: rhubarb, 5c for appointm ent as governor of.A lask a of th e older fields
n e a r th e city the d rifts , and from m y cam p I tr a v
p e r pound; spinach, 75c per box;
have been plowed under, b u t grow ers eled e n tirely above the tra ils, being
sp ro u ts, 10c; garlic, 5(<T6c per pound; ] M ajor S trong is th e e ditor and pub in th e m ore rem ote p a rts o f th e valley unable to break through th e d r i f ts .”
tu rn ip s , 90c(8$l per sack; parsnips, lisher of the A laska D aily E n terp rise have increased th e ir acreage to such
Mr. Lund had intended to fre ig h t in ocean beach from the e n tra n ce to the
Militants Storm Tower.
a t Juneau. H e has been a resid en t of an e x te n t to m ore th an m ake up for a large am ount o f m a te ria l early th is harb o r a t Y aquina H ead. People liv
9 0 c (» $ l; carrots, 90c(8$l.
Plym outh, E ngland — A m ilita n t
Onions— Oregon, 85(<j90c per sack;
th is decrease.
L arg e plantings have sp rin g b u t ow ing to conditions in the ing in th e v icin ity are having a h a r
lished new spapers in F a irb an k s and ' been m ade in th e U pper valley and in m ountains has abandoned all such v est o f beach-com bing.
T here is no suffrage “ bomb tro o p ” a tte m p te d to
S panish, $2.50 per crate.
F or m any years he w as a th e Oak Grove d istric t.
indication o f w hat vessel th e lum ber blow up the fam ous Sm eaton T ow er on
P otatoes — Burbanks, 45(850c per Nome.
T he total plans until sum m er.
is from .
An em pty f r u it box was Plym outh Hoe. The tow er is the o rig
hundred, new, 8JO' 10c per pound; new spaper m an in C alifornia and acreage will be in excess o f 300.
W ashington. F o r appointm ent as gov
g th e nam e S. S. G over inal E ddystone lighthouse, b u ilt by
sw e e t potatoes, 4c pound.
Big Filing System Needed.
is d riftin g in from a John Sm eaton in 1756-59, dism antled
G reen F ru it— Apples, SOcfu $1.50 per ernor he was indorsed by p ractically
For Boats on Snake River.
Salem — W hat will probably be the southerly direction.
when i t had become an tiq u ated and re-
b o x ; according to qu ality ; straw ber the e n tire T e rrito ria l leg isla tu re .
P e n d leto n —W ith th e view o f having m ost elaborate filing system in the
erected on the Hoe as a h isto ric relic.
rie s . Florin, $3(83.60 per c r a te ; Lou
boats re in sta te d on th e Snake riv er, s ta te is being arranged by S. A. Koz-
The bomb employed by th e m ilita n ts
Non-Relay Service to London.
Regatta Purses Arranged.
isiana, $3.50 per crate
I t consisted of a
Vancouver, B. C.— By the installing failed to explode.
A storia, Or. — The executive com resolutions w ere adopted by th e fourth er, a ssista n t se c re tary o f sta te , to be
P o u ltry — Hens, 16c; broilers, 30(8
S6c; turkeys, live, 20c; dresed choice, m ittee having charge o f the a rra n g e annual convention of th e Colum bia and used in connection w ith re g is tra tio n \ o f new ly-invented teleg rap h in stru tin canister, filled w ith explosive and
2 5 ; ducks, 180i20c; geese, 12<TiT2Jc m ents for the A storia Annual R e g atta Snake riv ers W aterw ays association, under the Gill law . U nder th a t law, m ents, o p e rato rs in th e C anadian P a w ith a fuse atta ch e d a t the top.
E g g s— F resh Oregon ranch. 19R820 to be held Ju ly 3, 4 and 5, m et and o r callin g upon th e P ortland cham ber o f which goes into effect J u n e 3, the sec cific railw ay teleg rap h office here are
Navy Plans Long Cruise.
ganized by th e election o f J . A. Gil- com m erce to p u t forth every possible re ta ry o f sta te m ust keep an accurate now able to send m essages d irec t to
p e r dozen.
W ashington, D. C .— S e c re ta ry Dan
lis t o f all the re g istra tio n s in th e j London, E ng., w ith o u t th e use o f re
B u tte r — Oregon cream ery b utter baugh, ch airm an; C harles W eiside, effort to b rin g th is action about.
S co tt Z. Henderson w as appointed sta te . Mr. K ozer says th a t for the lays. F orm erly m essages w ere han iels announces th a t n e x t w in te r prac
chairm an, and H. F . P rael,
cubes, 33c per pound; prin ts, 34J(it35c. vice
trea su re r and tem porary secretary . d ele g ate to m eet the P ortland cham ber re g istra tio n filing system alone much dled from here to M ontreal, then re tically the e n tire A tla n tic fleet would
P o rk — Fancy, 12(812tc per pound.
The races will consist o f th re e heats to secure its aid, and every town in larg e r space will be required th an the layed to Hazel H ill, N. S., sen t by be se n t on a th ree m onths' cruise to the
V eal—-Fancy, 13J(u 14c per pound.
T his will be the new
H ops — 1912 crop, KKu.l6|c per each. Purses a re as follow s: 16-foot the country trib u ta ry will send a t e n tire filing space now given to the cable to W aterville, E ng., and th en c j M editerranean.
se c re ta ry ’s first ste p in pursuance .of
pound; 1913 contracts. 14c per pound. class. $400; 20-foot class, $500; 26- le a st one deleg ate to P o rtlan d to sup secretary o f s ta te ’s office.
his policy to m ake th e navy in tim es
po rt Mr. H enderson.
Wool — E astern Oregon, nom inal; foot class, $600; free-for-all, $1000.
Anvil is High on Beach.
Primary Law Is Ignored.*
of peace a g re a t educational force for
valley , 16(820c per pound.
Japanese Form Company.
C a ttle — Choice ste ers, $8(88.15; me
Forence—T w o-thirds o f th e cargo of
W ashington, D. 0 . — P ostm aster the enlisted men.
O regon C ity — Local rhubarb, grown th e strA ided schooner Anvil was re G eneral Burleson has inform ed R epre
dium, $7.500(7.76; choice cows, $6.75
Hood R iver, Or. — W ith an a u th o r
Bifndits Are Guillotined.
<8)7.15; good, $6.500(6.76; medium. ized capital stock o f $50,000, a num n ear th is c ity and Canby, is being moved w hen the tid e Monday moved se n ta tiv e Dillon, o f South D akota,
P a ris — The auto b an d its, M onier,
$6(ii6 .5 0 ; choice calves. $8(<i9; good ber o f the Ja p a n ese business m en of shipped to Portland and S e a ttle a t the the c ra ft high and dry on the beach. th a t he does not recognize any o b lig a
h e av y calves, $6.50(87.50; bulls, $5.50 this city have organized an associa ra te o f from 60 to 75 boxes daily. T o p , L ines are being run and efforts m ade tions to observe th e results o f the Callem in and Soudy, w ere guillotined
tion for investm ent o f th e savings of prices are being paid fo r the luscious to g et the boat back into deep w ater. p re fe re n tia l prim aries in the selection a t 4 :35 o'clock Sunday m orning. The
H ogs — L ig h t, $90(9.35; heavy, $8 Japanese laborers o f the valley. M. stem s, and A. R. C um m ings & Sons, The schooner now lies about 400 yards of postm asters under the South D akota execution o f all th ree took less th an 4
Yssui, president o f th e organization, who have five acres planted to th e from the end o f the north je tty , close p rim ary law. H e said he would con m inutes. Soudy w as th e first to suffer
S heep — Y e arlin g w eth ers, $0.25(8 estim ates the num ber o f Ja p a n ese em sauce fru it, are av erag in g about $200 to the sea w all. The crew w alked to sider, however, all such selections in , the p e n alty ; then cam e C allem in and
shore dry shod.
I m aking appointm ents.
last Monier. All died q u ietly.
a day on th e ir cut.
7 .2 5 ; ew es, $4.75(86.25; lam bs, $7(i(8. I ployed on ranches here a t 400.