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The Estacada Progress
W O O L P O O L F A IL S .
Buyers O ffe r H g h Prices and Break
Proposed Com bine.
A WEEK WITH OUR STATE
LAWMAKERS AT SALEM I
A N T I-J A P A N E S E B IL L S .
M easures B efo re C alifornia Legisla
ture A ttrac t Attention.
WOOLMEN TO TALK
READY FO R C A L H O U N .
Th inks T ria l W ill Be S h o rte r
Than R u e t’s Last.
San Francisco, Jan. 13.—Patrick
Sacramento, Cal., Jan. 15. The
Pocatello, Idaho, Jan. 18. Chief
Calhoun, pr< sident of the United Rail
three anti-Japanese bills introduced in
Forester Pinchot turne d down two inv i
the assembly by Grove L. Johnson, of
flanked by his corps of attor
tations to attend the conventii n of the
Monday, January 18.
reclamation service by establishment Sacramento, and the one by A. M. I’ lnchol Sends ( uuslic Letter Which roads,
Judge Lawlor today at the
National Woolgrowers’ association, Salem, Jan. 18. Speaker McArthur of experiment stations. Ownership of Drew, of Fresno, prohibiting aliens
opening session of his trial on a charge
RESUME OF THE
which adjourned in this city Saturday. announced committee appointments to the Oregon City canal and locks by the from holding land in the state, have
Hears cn (ira/irj Question-
of offering a bribe of $4,000 to Super
and although Statement No. 1 state, if congress will not purchase attracted such wide interest that the
Mr. Pinchot's refusals v t re based on day, got
visor Fred P. Nicholas.
the better places, ull seem to them. Appointment of a visitorial 1,000 copies of each ordered printed
WEEK’S DOINGS what he termed the selfish and narrow | | men
Assistant District Attorney Francis
are already exhausted and there is a
he was very fair in the distribu
policy of the association toward the think
demand for more.
tion. Among the measures appearing
Association Not Favorable to E xist J. Heney, standing at the prosecution’s
The Johnson bills are designed to
G eneral Review o f Im po rtant Hap government forestry service.
ing Rules o f G overnm crt Ques desk for the first time since he was
admission as a state. Legis prevent Japanese being members of
shot down during the trial of Abe Ruef,
penings Presented ¡n a B rie f and
On a final showdown on the Chicago To turn $50,000 per year from cor Oregon’s
tion o f T a r if f on W ool Will Cause
began the preliminary motions of what
corporations; to segregate all Japan
Com prehensive M anner fo r Busy wool storage | reposition it was found poration fees into the interest account
promises to be the most renowned trial
ese by defining the limits within which
Readers— National, Political, H is that the signatures to the Chicago con of the common school fund.
in the history of California.
they must live. The two first named
The senate adopted a memorial to
to rical and C om m ercial.
tract were 4,500,000 pounds short of j the mayor of Philadelphia imploring ed by the people last June.
Twenty months have elapsed since
were introduced last session by Mr.
Calhoun was first indicted on charges
Johnson, and action upon them was
the required 25,000,000 pounds neces ; them to send the Liberty bell to Port
suspended at the telegraphic request of Pocatello, Idaho, Jan. 14.—Questions of offering bribes to the men who com
The father of Mrs. Corey died in sary to insure the Chicago market. At land for the rose carnival in June.
President Roosevelt during the diplo of great concern to the aheepraisera of posed the boodling board of supervis
Senator Parrish introduced a bill Among them are:
poverty, ignored by his daughter.
a meeting of those already signed up providing
ors under former Mayor Schmitz.
between the United
The lid has been put on in the fam it was found to be impossible to secure swearing in the presence of women. ative amendments; providing uniform States negotiations
the United States and especially of the During that time three supplemented
ous mining town of Deadwood, S. D. pledges of the required amount among He has another providing fines for sa eight-hour law in factories, etc; regu the San Francisco school board in ex Western range states will arise at the indictments were returned against the
lating speed of automobiles; closed cluding Japanese youths from public three days’ convention of the National traction magnate and on one of them
The Nevada legislature has broken delegates present at the Pocatello con loon and pool hall men who permit season
for pheasants anil grouse be schools and assigning them to the in Woolgrowers' convention, which will he now faces the bar of justice.
its rule and will allow female clerks. vention, and a campaign will be inaug minors to play games of chance.
1, 1909, and October 1 stitutions set aside for “ Mongolians.”
The court’s ban has been placed on
It is understooud that Taft has not Wool buyers from Chicago ami St. introduced a bill carrying $15,000 for 1913; appropriating
begin here today.
prosecution has announc
yet selected his secretary of treasury. Louis have been active during the con the Eastern Oregon Experiment station dian war veterans of 1855-56; one Mongolians, and Assemblyman John The storage warehouse plan, which ed that no The
further continuances will be
board of regents for all state schools; son introduced an amendment specify is, in brief, to place the bulk of the asked and the defense has professed
Emma Goldman has been bailed out
in buying the 1909 clip at at Union.
of the San Francisco city jail by East vention
joint resolution has appeared in experiment station in Eastern Oregon; ing “ Japanese” in the law. It was wool crop in the hands of a co-opera itself ready for trial for several
from 18 to 21 cents. Many weolgrow- the A senate
asking congress to call a prohibiting sports on Decoration day; this measure to whose enactment the tive selling agency, to hold for what months. Calhoun, in his desire for a
ers, heretofore considered as staunch
convention to provide for appropriating $75,000 for extension of president objected, and it was killed.
speedy hearing, has instructed his at
Another blizzard is raging in the supporters of the Chicago plan, have constitutional
popular election of United States sen portage railway; abolishing Ashland The bill, relating to directors of cor is considered a fair price, meanwhile torneys to lay aside all technicalitys.
East and all railroads are tied up in contracted their clips to private buy ators.
porations prohibits aliens from being borrowing money on the stored pro Attorneys predict it will take but
ers, allured by the remarkable prices. Senate bill 35 makes all able-bodied and Monmouth normal schools.
members of such boards, and its pur duct, will be the principal subject at two weeks to secure a jury and but
The government arsenal near Phila meeting.
men between IS and 40 years members
pose is to prevent competition of pow
another two weeks to put in all the
Changes in School Law .
delphia is running day and night mak of Fred
erful Japanese concerns with Ameri issue. A committee has been busy for evidence. Should this be the case, the
of the militia.
several months securing pledges of hearin will not e ual in length the
of school for every dis
Idaho, was re-e.ected president; Six in months
to require six months’ school in cans.
the state is provided for in a bill
The third Johnson bill is new. It wool and arrangements have been Ruef trial, which consumed four
The American Red Cross fund for George S. Walker, of Cheyenne. Wvo., trict
introduced in the house today.
municiapalities power to pre made to lease a warehouse in Chicago months.
Italian earthquake sufferers has reach* again w'as eh< sen secretary, and Lewis bill Both
favorable comment. It is gives
took up the bills vetoed much
scribe the limits within which “ unde or some other center as soon as the re
Penwell, of Helena, Mont., once more by the houses
ed nearly $1,000,000.
at the 1907 session.
improper and unhealthy per
S A N T A FE F IN E D .
selected as treasurer. A. H. Knollin, The senate governor
to all, as it is one that will in sirable,
Igorrotes of the head hunting tribes of
deferred action until Thurs- tory
sons, or persons whose practices are quired 25,000,000 pounds of wool is
raided a village and succeeded in get of Mechanicsburg, O., as Eastern vice di.y. In the house the measure appro state. It will affect the district* in dangerous to the public morals and guaranteed.
C alifornia Railroad Com m ission En
ting three heads before driven off.
It is not thought that much opposi
president, and A. J. Delft*Iter, of Lara priating $750 per annum for the First
forces Rate Law.
remoter parts of the state, and health of a community,” shall live.
The Federal Supreme court upholds mie, Wyo., succeeded Dr. J. M. Wil Central Oregon Agricultural fair, the
tion will develop, but the details of San Francisco, Jan. 13. The Santa
those who live in those districts are to
Governor Peabody's act in arresting son, of Wyoming, as Western vice Crook county, and the one extending be
ONE JU R O R PASSED.
benefited by it. It requires
the plan may be criticised and its feas Fe Railroad company was found guilty
the closed season for elk to 1917 were that most
Moyer during the famous Colorado president.
there must be six months school
before the State Railroad commission
in every district, and if the district is Difficulty o f Securing Talesmen to T ry ibility
regulations in relation today of carrying oil shipments be
not able to meet the expense the school
Roosevelt has asked Governor Gil- hides was opposed, and the proposed
United Railroads Official
Bakersfield and this city at a
board may call upon the county school San Francisco, Jan. 15.—Patrick to grazing on forest reserves will un tween
lett, of California, to hold up anti-
lower rate than that fixed by state
of a central wool market Salem, Wednesday,
Japanese bills, lest national interests establishment
Jan. 13.—Memorials to con the county to meet the expenses in Calhoun, traction magnate on trial for known attitude of the association on law and fined $5,000 by unanimous
in Chicago approved.
vote of the commissioners. The com
gress adopted by the legislatures of on
giving of a bribe, adopted his
the district requiring help to the ex alleged
other states caused quite a tangle in tent
expected defense today, when Attorney this point that prompted the chief for pany was also adjudged guilty on six
The American consul estimates the
the senate. They dealt with almost
Stanley Moore, by his questioning of ester, Gifford Pinchot, to decline an in other counts charging unjust rate dis
dead at Messina at 90,000.
subject and were finally referred
August Hansen, attempted to show vitation to the meeting in a sharp note crimination, but no penalty was fixed.
Harriman says college graduates as a Dismissal o f Yuan Shi Kai Will Not every
The specific charge on which the
Rainbow to C hange Hands.
to a committee.
that the indictment was the result of a
further strained the relations commissioners
rule make good railroad men.
acted was that the rail
A resolution providing for a commit Baker City It is generally believed plot hatched by Rudolph Spreckels to which
A ffect China.
road company had carried oil shipments
An anti-gambling law is expected Pekin, Jan. 18. Prince Clung, pres tee to prepare for a celebration of Ore here that the Rainbow mine, owned by make out a case against the head of the wool men.
to be enacted by the California legisla ident of the board of foreign affairs, gon’s admission day was passed by the Portland capitalists, and located in the United Railroads. Other frag In his letter Mr. Pinchot advised the from Bakersfield to this city for the
the Mormon Basin, Baker City, is mentary evidence of Calhoun’s scheme secretary of the association that he did Associated Oil company at 25 cents a
to be sold to the Newhouse min of defense has been brought out in the not care to attend the convention until barrel, whereas the legal rate fixed by
President-elect Taft will install au ministers that the dismissal of Yuan ed to the word “ graft” in senate docu ing interests,
of Salt Lake City. Ac examination of prospective jurors, it should show by its action that it w'as the board is 37.8 cents a barrel.
tomobiles instead of horses and car
best information obtain touching on the late car strike, the prepared to view the grazing question The board also found the Southern
Pacific company guilty of rate discrim
people are taking granting of immunity, and the juror’s in a more liberal spirit.
The house proposes to investigate policy, but bitterness has arisen be senate today opened with a prayer.
general sentiment in the matter of While all the delegates will be in ination on six counts, but no penalty
fixed, as the board declared no
Roosevelt's barber drawing govern tween the British and Japanese repre Senator Abraham introduced a bill per cent of this amount is to be paid unionism.
of a tariff on wool, there may be was
proper legal foundation for the pro
sentatives here on account of Japan’s that will do away with directed ver in at once, and the remainder is to be The third day of Calhoun’s trial saw favor
had been laid by the previous
it becomes a law.
paid in installments, according to the the first juror in the case temporarily
Bonaparte has been summoned be refusal to join Great Britain in her dicts if county
is sufficiaent. Utah w’oolgrowers, cedure
board of commissioners.
or city having over 10,- mine’s production. This is the prop passed. He is Joseph Dixon, a sales duty
fore a senate committee to tell what representations to Prince Ching. The 000 Any
population is to be given power to erty that is said to have produced a man for Marcus Hart, a haberdasher. lutions asking that the present duty be
he knows of the steel merger.
British position is that Japan acts in establish
a free sanitarium for the thousand dollars a day during the He sits subject to peremptory chal increased. In other quarters the pre
S E C O N D M IN E H O R R O R .
The storm in California has abated. explains that it was agreed to concur treatment of tuberculosis by the pro greater
lenge. Dixon was passed by the de vailing tariff is regarded as ample for
part of last summer.
With the ecxeption of the Sacramento, in the opinion of the majority and that visions of a senate bill.
fense last night, and after a brief ex the needs of the industry.
At Least O ne H undred M en C aught
which is still rising, all rivers are fall a majority of the ministers favored the Those measures of the last session
amination tnis morning was accepteud
Lab o rers H ard to Find.
in C olliery by Explosion.
which received the governor’s veto Baker City—There should no longer by the prosecution. During the exam
S A IL W IT H F L E E T .
Welch, W. Va., Jan. 12.—At least
Governor Stubbs, of Kansas, refuses William M. Rockhill and Sir John after the legislature adjourned will be be any idle men in the Northwest, ac ination the clerk said he could try the
100 miners were trapped by an ex
to live in the executive mansion. Sim Jordan, respectively the ministers to taken up next Monday by both houses. cording to General Manager O'Dell, of case thoroughly and squarely.
ple life on a farm appeals more to China from the United States and A house bill provides for the codifi the Oxbow power project on Snake The juror said he knew Ate Ruef, Son o f T u rkish Ruler Will Probably plosion in the Lick Branch colliery
today, marking the second disaster in
Return W ith Battleships.
Great Britain, today expressed them Representative Dimick has a bill river. He stated recently that he was conviction, that he favored Calhoun’s
putting every man to work who came stand in the last car strike, and that Constantinople, Turkey, Jan. 14.-» the mine within two weeks.
Railroad officials place the blame for selves as pleased with the reception which
to his camp and has plenty of work for he was at one time a union man, but Great excitement prevails among Turks Relatives of the victims of the pre
the wreck at Dotsero, Col., with the accorded them by Prince Ching. They
by life imprisonment.
vious explosion, when 50 men were
many more. Besides the Oxbow pro withdrew because of the hours he had
engineer, as the train was nine min say the prince received them in the able
are known to be in the mine to
utes ahead of time.
the house this morning protesting the Snake river for the purpose of gen to work.
Three bankers and a business man of listened to Messrs. Rockhill and Jordan against the removal of tariff of timber erating electricity, the Northwestern Before the prosecution finished the ships are now at Smyrna, and four The explosion this morning occurred
of Dixon the juror made
just after the full quota of the day
Pittsburg have received penitentiary respectfully,
railroad is building rapidly down the examination
inquired whether the supplies.
Although the house adjourned until river,
complaint to Judge Lawlor that an more are coming to remain until Janu shift had gone to work and it is known
sentences for wrecking a bank. Each dismissal of who
2 o’clock Monday afternoon, the senate pany, which has the contracts, reports agent had approacted his wife yester ary 24. Admiral Schroeder, second in positively that 250 men were in the
will have to serve five years.
change in the policy of China.
more saving of time and will meet
day afternoon and questioned her in re command, is coming to Constantinople mine at the time.
Separate statehood for New Mexico Prince Ching authoratively assured w’as
11 o’clock on that day. President lack of help.
gard to her husband’s feeling in the in the battleship Louisiana. One of A relief train with surgeons and sup
his callers that this was not so. This at
and Arizona seems assured.
Bow'erman will then be ready with his
graft cases. Mrs. Dixon said the man
was rushed from Bluefield and
Bounty Law is Asked.
the sultan’s sons probably will go with plies
The Hughes direct primary bill in to the bad impression that followed the committee appointments.
claimed to be a real estate agent.
the buildings about the shaft have
New York will probably fail.
the squadron to America, and it is re been turned into hospitals.
dismissal of Yuan Shi Kai.
circulated here to be presented to the
F L A Y F O R E S T R Y P O L IC Y .
Tuesday, January 12.
garded as certain that 30 Turkish offi The state mine inspector and four
Three jurors have been provisionally
assistants inspected the mine just be
cers will go.
Salem, Jan. 12.—Governor Chamber predatory animals that are depopulat
accepted in the Calhoun case.
Bodies of Cheneys Found.
fore the previous explosion and pro
W o rk Is T o tal Failure, Gooding Tells
Thornton Hains has been acquitted Washington, Jan. 18.—The bodies of ture was read in the house chamber at five dollars on a female wolf is asked,
it one of the safest and best
S heepm en’s Convention.
of complicity in the Annis murder. • the American Consul, Arthur S. Che 1:30 o’clock this afternoon, the senate $20 on a male, and $15 on a cougar.
ventilated in the region. Another in
and Mrs. Cheney were found in and house being in joint session. The Timber cruisers in this locality have
will be the first occasion since the spection was made after the explosion,
Afire at Fort Omaha destroyed all ney ruins
sand sheepmen attended the opening this
of the American consulate at chief points of the document are:
when warships of a great but did not reveal the cause.
supplies, the wireless apparatus and the
Messina yesterday afternoon by the Strict observance of the direct pri remains of hundreds of deer that
entered the Ottoman ports. Switchback, the scene of the disas
sailors of the American battleship Illi mary pledge in the election of a United had been caught by the wild animals.
Authorities are anxious to impress the ters, is in McDowell county, in the
The United States and Great Britain nois, which arrived at Messina yes States
Uniformity of county One cruiser estimates that 20 deer are Federal forestry bureau by President visitors with the fact that they are center of the Flat Top coal fields.
have entered formal protest against terday from Suez. The bodies were taxation senator.
the state levy equit killed by wild animals to one killed by F. W. Gooding, of Shoshone. Declar thoroughly civilized now, and that
the dismissal of Yuan Shi Kai.
prepared for shipment and taken able. Use of convicts
is on the road to become one of
on roads, earn hunters.
Kansas Wants R eform s.
ing that the government in its admin Turkey
aboard the American supply ship Cul- ings to go to their families’
W. I. Buchanan, special agent of the goa,
Kan., Jan. 13.—Governor
which will carry them to Naples. to the state. Conveyance of convicts
United States, will soon have terms of Arrangements
The American vessels will carry the Walter R. Stubbs
G rand Ju ry at Pendleton.
delivered his first
the reclamation service has failed woe Turkish
are being made for the to the penitentiary by officials of that Pendleton—Though
settlement arranged with Venezuela. shipment
message to the Kansas legislature that
there are few fully, President Gooding urged that going on each battleship.
convened yesterday in its 16th bien
Harriman has issued orders for the
criminal cases on the docket for the congress be asked to name a commit
The Illinois has returned to Fair premiums; more money for im January
nial session. Mr. Stubbs earnestly
Duilding of a road which will parallel States.
term of the Circuit court, the tee of Western men to intesvtigate and
recommended the enactment of a puh
N ew Shocks Cause Panic.
the Colorado & Southern, the new Hill
proceedings will be watched with more report any needed changes in the rules
the usual amount of interest, due and regulations governing these two Rome, Jan. 14.—A slight earthquake lie utilities law; asked the legislature
H op G ro w e rs W ant B etter Rate.
and creation of an insurance depart than
that the new law makes the bureaus.
shock was experienced at an early hour to pass certain amendments to the pres
A 5-y« ar old child has been taken San Francisco, Jan. 18. Hop grow ment. Permanent settlement of the to the fact
of a grand jury on the opening From nearly every Western state this morning throughout Lombardy, ent primary election law to make it
from the ruins of Reggio, where it ers and dealers of this coast have asked normal school problem. Payment to polling
the term compulsory and it is delegates are present. The biggest Venetia and Tuscany. No damage was still more effective, and urged careful
had been entombed since the earth the Southern Pacific and Santa Fe to Indian war veterans for horses used or day of action
of the grand jury on viola single delegation arrived from Boise, done, and no one was injured, but ow consideration of some safe bank guar
quake. An officer was attracted by its give them a reduced emergency rate lost in the campaigns. No repeal of the
tions of the liquor law which is expect Idaho. It included Governor Brady ing to the general uneasiness resulting antee plan; demanded a flat two-cent
in order to enable them to meet strong the railroad commission law. Earnest ed
to furnish the excitement to those and a number of state officials, also from the recent visitations in Calabria passenger rate law, and said an anti
competition in the East. The hop
of the needs for expan interested.
about half the members of both houses and Sicily, the people for a moment pass statute should be passed.
A snowslide hit a Canadain Pacific people suggest a $1 rate, with a mini consideration
were thrown into a condition bordering
of the state legislature.
tra;n 100 miles east of Vancouver, B. mum weight of 20,000 pounds per car Appointment of a commission on the
Flathead Tribe Starving.
Good Prune Season.
The forenoon session of the conven on a panic. According to the records
C. The engine w'as knocked into the load; for less than car loads, $1.50. conservation of state resources, with a
the observatories, and especially the Helena, Mont., Jan. 13.- Fred C.
river and the engineer and fireman If this cannot be done to all Eastern small appropriation for it. Protection Albany—-The Northwestern Fruit tion was devoted entirely to the mid of
winter sheep show. More than 600 establishment maintained at Florence Morgan, superintendent of the Flat-
points they want these reductions of the fishmg industry instead of pro association, of this city, which has had sheep
by the Jesuit Fathers, the center of head Indian reservation, recommends
Admiral Rojestvensky, who was de points and places west of them and to A complete code of water laws. Re completed the packing of its prunes
the disturbance w as near Lembach.
the government take immediate action
feated by the Japanese in a naval bat New York via Galveston.
for the relief of the tribe and until the
No P rodigals A dm itted.
for the present year. Seventy car
tle, is dead.
Indians can be moved to some reserva
Burton Elected S enator.
loads of commercially packed fruit has Redding, Cal., Jan. 15. - Because an
powers for the benefit of the public. been
shipped for the most applicant for citizenship papers who Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 14.—Theodore tion or allotted land. The action taken
Nicholas Gets O ff T h ro n e .
An employers’ liability act to protect part to handled,
The Great Northern has succeeded
states. About $10,000 has lived in Modoc county six years E. Burton, of Cleveland, was elected by the Commercial club of Helena
in getting some of its trains through Paris, Jan. 18. Prince Nicholas, of employes to the fullest. Restriction in wages Eastern
been paid out this sea and earned $55 a month during that senator yesterday to succeed Joseph saved the lives of the starving women
the snow in Montana.
Montenegro, has abdicated in favor of of sale of deadly weapons. Suit by the son. The have
local business has been un time admitted to the court that he had Benson Foraker. He will serve with and children. Many of the horses are
his son, Prince Mirko, according to a state to settle the controversy with the | der the management
of S. A. Laselle. saved nothing, but wasted his sub Senator Dick. Burton was born at dead and others must be killed. Mr.
Rockefeller's physician says the oil dispatch
has asked for orders authoriz
magnate's health is perfect and that from Vienna. The report lacks con amette Falls. Creation of a non-par
stance in riotous living, Judge Raker, Jefferson, Ohio, December 20, 1851. Morgan
ing Colonel Mann, of Fort Harrison,
Big Irrig ation M e rg e r.
he will live to be 100 years old.
of Alturas, has refused to grant him He entered the practice of law in to
firmation, though it is generally cred tisan judiciary. Greater protection Pendleton
— According to an an the right to become an American. The Cleveland in 1875. He w’as elected to furnish forage for their ponies.
had not met the full for bank depositors; perhaps by the
Los Angeles jobbers have been given ited, as of Nicholas
mn.de by J. W. Messner, applicant was fully qualifi* d in every congress in 1889 and returned in 1895,
his subjects in his attitude Oklahoma law. Relief for the Su nouncement
a hearing by the Interstate Commerce desires
M ayor W ould Send Bell.
of the Western Land & Irri oth< r way, but told Judge Raker that since which time he has served contin
toward Austria. He was confronted preme court. Co-operation w’ith the president
commission on switching charges.
gation company, all the ditches on the he had spent his earnings on liquor and uously in the house of representatives. Philadelphia, Jan. 13.—Communica
with the same situation as now’ con
west side of the Umatilla river have gambling, whereupon the court reject He is chairman of the rivers and har tions from officials and clubs of the
An explosion of firedamp in a Hun fronts King Peter, of Servia, whose
T w o Y ears fo r Locks.
bors committee and a member of the chief cities of the Pacific coast states
consolidated with his company ed his petition.
garian coal mine entombed 240 men. abdication is expected at any moment. Salem At the annual meeting of the been
committee on banking and currency. requesting Mayor Reybum and the
hereafter will take water from the
All will doubtless be dead before
Salem board of trade last week a me and
members of the council to agree to
P redicts f r e e Fam ine.
main feed canal. This brings
Uncle Sam Helps Braves.
morial to the legislature was drawn up same
send the Liberty Bell to San Francisco,
T a k e Evidence in East.
25,000 acres of land under the one pro Washington, Jan. 15.—“The time is
ami Seattle during the com
The Japanese consul at Chicago de
coming in this country when trees will Pittsburg, Jan. 13.—Testimony to be Portland
has now taken charge of the for an exvension of two years for the ject.
ing summer are arriving every day at
clares that advances in transportation rnment
be as scarce as diamonds, unless im used in five United States land cases the
High Bounties fo r V arm in ts.
city hall. No replies have been
rates will lose Oriental trade to hose pitable condition during the cold to assist in making free locks at Ore Astoria—The county court announces mediate steps are taken to preserve our now pending in Oregon w’ill be taken
sent, but the mayor has declared him
This was the dark picture here tomorrow before United States self
pell excited the charitably disposed gon City, be passed. The commercial that it will pay a bounty of $20 each forests.”
in favor of sending the bell if it
in an address by Secretary of Commissioner William T. Lindsey.
of the state in no small de- body elected the following officers for for cougar, $5 each for bear and $1 painted
Statistics just issued show that dur psidents
Agriculture Wilson at the 29th annual Considerable secrecy is maintained re can safely be done.
ree, with the result that they were the year: President, C. L. McNary; each
ing the Russian year just ended 1,957 fforded
of the American Forestry as garding the cases, but it is known that
every possible relief. The vice president, Thomas B. Kay; secre highest bounties ever offered here, and meeting
persons were sentenced to death and overnment
Find Judge fo r O il C ase.
The secretary declared our five expert chemists, members of the
has sent an Inspector here tary, A. F. Hofer; direct rs, H. W. are thought to be the largest in the sociation.
782 executed in the empire.
fi re-try growth is getting career and Carnegie Technical school, have been Chi ago, Jan,. 13.—Judge Albert
nd he has received instructions to pro- Meyers, II. H. Olinger, J. M. Lawrence, state.
scarcer and we are using three times summoned aj witnesses and it is said a Anderson, of Indiana^! is, will preside
Attorney General Bonaparte has ide clothing and food for them and M. O. Buren and Lot L. Pearce.
number of prominent Fittsburgers will at the next trial of the cases against
asked for the resignation of Hawaiian lis is being done.
The Roseburg Commercial club has as much wood as we are growing.
also be called.
the Standard Oil company in which
judge who borrow«! a minor’s money.
Rival Boards in W rangle.
moved into new and more commodious
Judge K. M. Landis imposed a fine of
Japan Takes S light N otice.
No River and H a rb o r Bill.
All parts of Central and Northern Washington, Jan. 18. The house double meeting of the Umatilla Water
Russia to B o rro w Again.
$29,240,000. Judge Anderson will be
Jan. 15.—Though certain of
California are Hooded. Many railroad committee
T. M. Dimick, of Marshfield, has the Tokio,
in charge of the case Monday and will
bridges are washed out, cutting com voted against a general appropriation organization is in danger of being per been appointed treasurer of Coos coun exercised over the a ti-Japanese bills sian finance ministry has closed an ar convene court to set the case for trial.
munication with Oregon and the East. bill for river and harbor improvements. manently disrupted and disbanded by ty to fill the vacancy caused by the before the California legislature, rangement with a syndicate, including
T u rk e y Agrees to Sell Soil.
others style the matter as a tempest the principal banking houses of Paris,
The Japanese imperial princess has The committee will report a bill pro the government. Two rival boards of death of John B. Dully.
a teapot. There is no tendency to for a loan of 1,200,009,000 francs London, Jan. 13.—A central news
viding for carrying on important work direct rs are claiming to be on the The biennial report of the Boys’ and in
gone to Paris.
sinister design in the increase in ($240,000,000) at 4 1.» per cent. A dispatch from Constantinople states
begun, for surveys of urgent i legal hoard and the matter will prob- Girls' Aid society shows that 589 chil find
rt of the loan will probably go to that Grand Vizier Kiamil Pasha has
Harriman has headed off competition already
ablyb ec arried into the courts for final dren from 27 counties were taken care the American navy, newspapers gene pa
expressing the opinion that other continental countries, but it does notified Austrian* Minister Pallavincini
by buying Santa Fe stock.
gencies which may arise. This bill settlement. The trouble was caused of during 1907 and 1908. The society rally
for $14,000 to carry on the work America’s growing interests in the Pa not appear that the United States sub that Turkey accepts Austria’s indem
A Pittsburg railroad president has will probably carry not to exceed $10,-, by the attempt of ore faction trying to asks
scribed for any part of it.
cific demand a stronger navy.
nity offer of 310,800,000.
for the next two yean.
oust the other.
been convicted of attempted bribery. 000 , 000 .