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The Estacada Progress
JE R O M E WILL P R O SE C U T E .
A WEEK WITH OUR STATE
LAWMAKERS AT SALEM
IN S IS T S JA P S ARE LEAVING.
JE R O M E WILL INV ESTIG ATE.
Says Panam a Canal Scandal It C asa
S ecretary S tra u s Gives S tatistics on
Federal Attorney Will Help Get Evi
to r S tate.
Im m igration and E m igration.
dence Against New York W orld.
New York, Jan . 2 7 .- -The possibility
Ja n . 29. Secretary
New York, Feb. 2.—U nited S ta te s
of the federal au th o rities having to
S traus forwarded a le tte r to Senator
D istrict A ttorney Henry L. Stimson
stand aside to perm it the s ta te and
made public ton ig h t a letter, in reply
county of New York to proceed a g ain st
Monday, F ebruary I.
I came up as a special order. Four of
to one w ritten by D istrict A ttorney J e
the publishers of the New York World
Salem, Feb. 1. The a n ti-statem en t the bills provide for d istric t agricul
for alleged libel in connection w ith the
rome o:i the subject of beginning an bill, introduced jointly by Kepri seiita- tural societies in E astern Oregon and commerce and lubor covering the im
Panam a purchase w as made apparent
action for crim inal libel in the sta te tives Bean and Brooke, created some- carry appropriations of from $1500 to m igration of Japanese to the United
today in a letter w ritte n by D istrict
$2500 per annum each. The fifth m eas S ta te s and the em igration of Japanese
»a. I th in g . of a s tir in the house
UUUi l b i l Ci a
UI U l c
. I t
courts il against
A ttorney Jerom e to U nited S ta te s D is
ure perm its the garnishm ent of the sal
New York World because of published n* wh*'n 11 wf reported back by the
aries and w ages of s ta te and county
D rifts Block All Railroad L in es—Ice tric t A ttorney H enry L. Stimson.
charges regarding the Panam a canal 1 com m ittee on elections w ith a favora- officials.
Provided Douglas Robinson, brother-
I ble report. Brooke moved the adop-
G eneral Review o f Im portant Hap* purchases.
B reaks T elegraph W ires and C uts
"Y ou will observe th a t the e n tire
The most sw eeping a n ti-tru st bill
in-law of the president, is w illing to
penings P re se n ted in a B rief and
O ff All C om m unication — Rotary appear as a com plaining w itness, Mr.
Mr. Stimson tells Mr. Jerom e to g o ! tion of the re P°r t ' which was opposed th a t has been introduced in the legis num ber (Japanese) adm itted was 12,-
j by Orton and several of the statem ent
C om prehensive M anner fo r Busy ahead.
Plows Are P o w erle ss—Cold In Jerom e is ready, the le tte r states, to
413 for the calendar year 1907, while
R eaders—National, Political, His
Mr. Jerom e had asked if action in republican m em bers and the motion lature appeared in the senate today.
It was introduced by Senator Bingham the entire num ber adm itted was but
bring action a t once in the sta te courta.
tense and Still Increasing.
torical and Com m ercial.
the sta te courts on behalf of Dougl
and is senate bill 161. I t not only pro 4477 for the calendar y ear 1908. You
It would be useless for him to do so, he
Robinson, the president’s brother-in- 15 being absent. The bill was made a hibits every form and shade of tru st will also bear in mind th a t the execu
explains, if his inquiry is not given
law, would be an unwise interference special order for Wednesday a t 2 p. m. and combination agreem ent, but re tive order of the president w as issued
precedence over th a t begun by the Fed
The house com m ittee on railroads
Denver, Ja n . 30.—From 11 o ’clock
The Philippine general assem bly has w ith the actions begun under Federal tomorrow will recommend favorably a quires corporations to m ake an annual on March 14, 1907, b u t it took a con
eral grand jury.
opened a t Manila.
" I have given the m a tte r published
Mr. Stim son answ ers th is question bill requiring th a t all cars on interur-
The Am erican battlesh ip fleet is now negatively, but does not sta te th a t the ban stre e t railw ay lines be equipped not made any agreem ents in re stra in t and put them into effect and for the the e n tire country w est of the Missouri in the New York World of O ctober 3,
a t anchor otf G ibraltar.
riv er was cut off from telegraphic com 1908, careful consideration,” the le tte r
Federal inquiries or prosecutions will w ith toilets.
R epresentative McCue’s bill, autho prices or rates. I t prescribes as pen through our am bassador to Japan, to m unication w ith the outside world as says, “ and I am of the opinion th a t it
Prom inent Am erican horsem en will cease if Mr. Jerom e begins an action.
is plainly a libel upon Charles P. T a ft
m ake en tries on E nglish circuits.
I t is apparent th a t while the Federal rizing the different counties to levy a ments, but forfeiture of corporate ex the Japanese governm ent.
the re su lt of a rain, snow and sleet and Douglas Robinson, assum ing, of
“ I desire furtherm ore to d irec t your storm , accompanied by a wind of a l course, th at it is untrue as to the syn
The In ternational Opium conference au th o rities concede to Mr. Jerom e the approved a t a special election, for the istence and liability to repay all mon
rig h t to appear as the protector of
eys received in violation of the a n ti a ttention to the fa c t th a t the en tire most cyclonic violence th a t sw ept over dicate m entioned therein and th e ir a l
held its first session a t Shanghai.
Douglas Robinson’s good name, they
im m igration fo r the year beginning Colorado, K ansas and N ebraska last leged connection therew ith. U nder
tru st law.
A 3-year-old boy in Philadelphia died reserve to them selves the privilege of resources, m et w ith opposition in the
w ith N ovem ber 1, 1907, and ending night, and then continued its work of the law of this sta te its publication is
of frig h t on seeing a dog th a t had bit a ctin g in defense of the reputation of house th is afternoon, and was passed
w ith October 31, 1908, w as 6017, destruction eastw ard.
a crim e and, as it was published in the
Thursday, January 28.
ten him seven w eeks ago.
“ a gentlem an who occupied the posi by a vote of 34 to 19.
In Colorado, w here the storm has county of New. York, it is my duty un
while the d epartures for the sam e pe
riod w ere 5832, leaving an increase of been ra g in g for several days in the der certain circum stances to prosecute
P resident R josevelt has been offered tion of head of the W ar d e p artm en t” laws tomorrow will recommend favora
motion for an am endm ent to the con
$300,000 to head a W ild W est show in in any Federal jurisdiction where the bly R e p n se n ta tiv e Buchanan’s bill
im m igration of Japanese for th a t year m ountains and along the w est slope, those responsible for the publication.
railroads are blocked by d rifts which
a 30 w eeks’ engagem ent.
“ The publication has a much w ider
The reference to the “ gentlem an providing for a constitutional conven amend a city ch arter w ith the consent
“ I t is fu rth e r to be observed that, have rendered even the big rotBry general im portance than is found in
A slig h t earthquake shock is re p o rt who occupied the position of head of tion. The bill provides th a t the ques of a m ajority of the voters of a city is
plows powerless, and big snowslides
ed from M ontreal. Heavy shocks have the W ar d ep artm en t” probably refers tion of holding such a convention shall looked upon by the anti-saloon people beginning w ith the month of June, are reported from all directions. High m ost libels. I t in substance charges
1908, to October, 1908, the em igration
th a t by corrupt and dishonorable, if
been fe lt a lo rg the southern coast of to Elihu Root, who was the secretary be subm itted to the people a t the No as an effort to circum vent the local
of Japanese from the U nited S ta te s winds are piling up the d rifts in the not crim inal m eans, the trea su ry of
of w ar under whom the negotiations vember election in 1910.
exceeded the im m igration to the U nit
the U nited S ta te s was depleted to the
If such a convention shall be order-
Should the am endm ent be adopted
of the railroads.
The Japanese consul a t San F ran cis were completed.
e x te n t of $36,500,000 through the con
d, a special election is to be held in any city th a t has become ‘ ‘d ry ” be- ed S ta te s by 1542, show ing distinctly
In the T elluride and San Juan dis
co b elittles the recent attack of stu
nivance, to give it no harsher descrip
June, 1911, when 60 delegates, one cause it is in a “ dry” county, could by th a t the trend of the m igration of Ja p
tric ts of Southw estern Colorado many
dents on a Japanese student, and says
NOT PREPARED YET.
tion, of some of the chief officers of
from each of the representative dis vote of its people he made ‘ 'w e t” by anese is from the U nited S tates. I t is
m ines have been forced to close because the sta te and th a t th is g re a t sum was
it is a m atter for the police court.
tric ts in the sta te , shall be elected to an act of the legislature. T his would fu rth er shown by the m arked decrease
A London hotel employe has brought G overnor-G eneral Sm ith Gives Fur- revise the constitution. The constitu practically se t aside the local option, of im m igration during the m onths re slide th a t wrecked a section of the Tel ‘divided among governm ent favorites
ferred to of 1908 as compared w ith the
in the world of politics and finance.’ ”
tional convention will m eet a t Salem so far as c ities are concerned.
su it a g ain st his em ployers for $45,000
th e r Advice to Filipinos.
luride Pow er com pany’s lines put a
sam e m onths of 1907.
Mr. Jerom e expresses his conviction
in October, 1911, and the constitution,
in tips which he claim s belonged to
M anila, Feb. 2.—The Philippine as as revised and amended, shall be sub
“ The press reports which I have
th a t so serious a charge should not pass
him but w ere collected and a ppropriat
unchallenged and th a t adequate ju stifi
ed by the house. A sim ilar su it was sem bly opened today w ith sim ple cere m itted to the voters a t another special five days the s ta te board shall equalize seen contain statem en ts made by some
The Denver & Rio Grande and Moffat
monies, P resident Osmena presiding. election in A pril, 1912, for th eir ap
of your people in C alifornia th a t these
cation should be shown or those m ak
won by an employe recently.
The first business to come before the proval.
figures are inexact. I desire em phat
ing it be properly punished.
sta te tax a t a uniform rate.
W hile a brother of Mayor Busse, of body was the annual m essage to the
ically to sta te th a t they are absolutely d rifts. B itte rly cold w eather is re
W ith only 13 ayes in its favor, Rep
The bill carries an appropriation of correct, and the proof thereof, which ported from some points, T elluride re
Chicago, was in stru ctin g a serv an t in assem bly of Governor-General Jam es
JA PAN HAS A SCANDAL.
resentative C alkins’ bill providing th a t $5000 to m eet the contingent expenses
porting 16 below.
th e use of a revolver, the weapon was F. Sm ith, which read, in p a rt, as fol
a new school d istric t m ust have a of the board, which may find it neces is on file in the departm ent, clearly
discharged, the bullet passing through lows :
dem onstrates the accuracy of the fig
school population of 15 before it could
tw o windows and k illing Mrs. Lucius
the Union Pacific, S anta Fe, Rock Is Young C ount M arried Secretly to
“ My la st word to the Filipinos is be established and receive sta te aid, sary in the process of its task to sum ures.
Hungarian W oman.
mon several of the county assessors to
Tuckerm an, daughter of General A. C. th a t until the g re a t m ajority and not a
“ It has fu rth e r been intim ated, as I land and Burlington roads are all late,
was defeated in the house this a fte r their assistance.
London, Jan . 27.—The Tokio corre
G irard, U. S. A., retired .
sm all m inority of the citizens are pre noon.
see from reports, th a t there is a large and passengers rep o rt th a t the wind
C ertain Portland banks have renew
surrep titio u s influx of Jap an ese over blew a t the ra te of 70 m iles an hour spondent of the Standard re la te s a
South A frican colonies are about to pared to m ake intelligent use of the
ed th eir old fight to re stric t to them
fran ch ise; until dem ocratic usages and
the Mexican and Canadian borders. I across the K ansas and N ebraska p ra ir scandal, indirectly involving the im pe
S aturday, January 30.
form a federation.
selves the use of the word “ T ru s t,” in am justified in saying th a t th is is not ies over which they came.
rial house of Japan, which is causing a
custom s have perm eated throughout
the title s of firms and corporations. A
An earthquake in Morocco caused the population, and become a p a rt of
The storm sta rte d throughout E ast g re a t s tir in the Japanese capital.
true, for obvious reasons. T hat there
bill introduced by Senator Bailey, and
Count Todo, 21 years old, w as sent
g re a t dam age and killed about 100 per the daily life of the people; until the
are some few scattered surreptitious ern K ansas and E astern N ebraska last
ate bill 117, by Sm ith, of U m atilla,
power of unconscionable a g ita to rs and which prohibits the incum bents of th at now gone to the house, forbids any of e n tries is q uite probable, but the sum nig h t w ith a thick fog. L a te r this to England two years ago to com plete
the num erous a b strac t and m ortgage
hiB education, and while there m arried
The E astern blizzard now extends demagogues is bro k en ; until education office from tn g ag in g in private prac and agency companies the use of is so small th a t it cannot be consequen turned to rain and then, as the cold
wave and stro n g north wind sw ept a woman of H ungarian birth, Mrs.
over the e n tire A tlan tic and Gulf has created a ju s t public sym pathy tice. It is understood th a t Senator “ T ru st” in th e ir business. Instead tial.
and N ebraska Elenu Addison, 29 years old, widow of
th a t specious argum ents and false doc Sm ith, who is a doctor, introduced the
“ Finally I wish to call your a tte n across the
trin e s cannot destroy; until a citizen bill a t the req u est of law yers, who did they m ust use “ T ru ste e .1
tion to the fact, which the statem ents p rairies, the w ires rapidly became an Englishm an. The c ount's fam ily,
A big fight is w aging over an a t
An unknown steam er foundered off has not only the power to judge but
above are forced to indicate, th a t the coated w ith Ice and one by one snapped upon learning this, perem ptorily order
the V irginia coast and all on board are also the courage to act for himself, not like to introduce the bill them tachm ent bill which hankers are boost arrangem ents which have been called under the burden. A pparently the ed him to retu rn to Jap an . He did so,
ing in order to save them selves from
believed to be lost.
the best future of the islands lies w ith pleasure o f d istric t attorneys.
the ‘gentlem en’s agreem ent’ we have storm increased in intensity as it sped leaving his w ife in England.
attachm ent in case of money stringen
When he arrived home he found his
A political quarrel in Cuba between the land which has given the Filipinos
The purpose of Senator Albee’s bill cy. The opposite contention is th a t w ith Japan, in my judgm ent, are w ork across M issouri and Iowa, and this fam ily, which shares the traditional
ing more effectively than would result m orning n e ith e r the W estern Union
P resident Gomez and V ice-President freedom of speech; liberty of the re la tin g to hours of labor on public
press; freedom of w orship; the rig h t work is to m ake the eight-hour provis the bill would so seriously im pair a t from any re stric tiv e laws, because of nor Postal T elegraph companies had a a risto cratic repugnance to m ixed m ar
Zayas was won by the latter.
of the accused t o . m eet w itnesses ion apply to employes of contractors tachm ent o f personal property as prac the effective em bargo Jap an has placed w ire w orking into Chicago from Den riages, had in his absence sta rte d ne
A Chicago woman procured a divorce
a g ain st him face to fa c e ; the exercise or sub-contractors on public work. The tically to m ake it impossible.
on the departure of her subjects from ver. N either company has any infor gotiations for his m arriage to Princess
because she preferred to give her
The senate judiciary com m ittee re
m ation regarding the e x te n t of the Take, m em ber of a collateral branch of
of the franchise: free schools; auto present la»7 the *act of 1907, applies
J a p a n .”
whole tim e to driving and horseracing.
the im perial fam ily. The count’s di
storm e ast of the M issouri river.
nomy in m unicipal and provisional only to persons employed by the sta te ceived a severe scoring from Senator
The Gunnison branch of the Colorado vorce from his E nglish w ife was im
The Oregon presidential m essenger a ffa irs; the rig h t to p a rticip a te in or county, and not to contractors or Abraham , of Douglas county, this
& Southern railroad is practically tied m ediately resolved upon.
has reached W ashington several days m aking laws through the assembly, sub-contractors doing work for the m orning when the com m ittee reported
This was com paratively easy in J a
up by the blizzard raging in the region
late, and his fine has been rem itted.
and m any other rights, liberties and sta te or county. N e ith e r the present adversely on A braham ’s bill m aking it
m anslaughter to kill a human being by S h o rt Hay C ro p s and Floods Make of Alpine pass. T his is also true of pan. The count secured a divorce
A p it full of bones of e x tin c t anim als privileges not enjoyed by peoples law nor the Albee bill (S. B. 131) ap m istake for a deer.
C alifornia S uffer.
the L eadville branch. A passenger w ithout consulting his w ife. As soon
has been found in C alifornia and will which have had independence and na plies to sta te institutions other than
A fte r a prolonged argum ent y e ster
for hundreds of the penitentiary, for it has been found
Stockton, Cal., Jan . 28.—The scar train on th is line is reported to be as free he form ally applied for the
be thoroughly explored by scientists.
Princess T ak e's hand and the em peror
y e a rs .”
city of beef, hogs and sheep has caused stuck in the nsow a t P la tt canyon.
im practicable to put an eight-hour law
sanctioned the alliance. C ongratula
John B a rre tt, d irector of the bureau
Governor Sm ith deplored the grow in force in the asylum , or the mute, creasing the num ber of suprem e judges m eat prices here to increase fa st of
tions were pouring in upon the Todos,
of Am erican republics, says the P ana ing g u lf between the A m ericans and
late, and the re ta ile rs have raised th eir
blind or reform schools.
W ELCOM ED AT PANAMA.
effect upon approval by the governor,
when an editor of a Tokio new spaper,
ma canal will be an imm ense success the Filipinos in the Philippines, and
Senator B ailey’s bill reg u latin g the and the two additional judges to be ap prices until the head of the house is
hearing the facts, printed them .
financially, as well as in o th er ways.
strongly urged th a t they draw closer hours of em ploym ent of fem ales ex
compelled to pay fancy figures for all
G eneral consternation followed. The
kinds of m eat.
Thirty-one new ra ses of cholera were to g eth er and act in unity for the best tends the provisions of the act of 1903
H e ad q u a rters at C ulebra
nobles of the disciplinary council in
O f late years, a t certain seasons, the
reported in St. P e tersb u rg in 24 hours. in te re sts of both. H is m essage sharp (amended in 1907) so th a t it applies to
ly criticises the municipal governm ent
g re a te r portion of C alifornia depends
Panam a, Ja n . 30.-—P resident-elect vestigated and found the e d ito r’s sta te
W ednesday, Ja n u a ry 27.
A ugust Belm ont has been operated of M anila and the municipal police fem ales employed by telegraph, tele
on Nevada and Arizona, and even Ore T a ft today made his trip across the m ent true. The em peror im m ediately
revoked his consent to the betrothal of
upon for appendicitis. He will recover, force, the personnel of which, he said,
tee on counties gave the N esm ith coun gon, to supply the bulk of m eat. Ow Isthm us of Panam a and everyw here the count and princess, the count’s
B enoit Constante
Coquelin, the was not equal to th a t of the house ser
To give the governor and secretary ty bill a hearing th is evening, and over
patent of nobility w as w ithdraw n, and
g re a te s t French actor of the age, is vants of the city.
of sta te jo in t a uthority w ith the sta te 100 residents of the proposed new Nevada and A rizona la s t season, the tions o f good will. W ith his party,
The provincial governm ent, Governor trea su re r in the exam ination and ap county w ere presen t to show th e ir in stock in these two sta te s are not in Mr. T a ft landed th is m oniing a t Colon the sta r of his fam ily literally put in
Sm ith pronounced to be entirely sa tis proval of securities accepted by the te re st in the m easure.
condition for slaughter. The prevail and proceeded by special tram to Cule eclipse.
The deadlock in the Illinois legisla factory.
Various penalties have been d ealt
Opposition to R epresentative B ean’s ing w et w eather, w ith w ashouts and bra, w here tonight he is quartered at
treasu rer from banks in which sta te
tu re continues, though Hopkins is los
The annual rep o rt on the revenues of funds are deposited, is the purpose of bill creating the office of sta te insur few carloads of stock, has created al the residence of Lieutenant-Colonel out to others concerned in the affair,
the islands shows a decline of about a Senator P a rrish ’s senate bill 144. A t anee comm issioner and repealing the m ost a m eat fam ine and prices are Goethals, chairm an of the Panam a Ca including the officials who had been
“ sq u ared .” All these w ere compelled
Mayor Rose, of M ilwaukee, W is., is million pesos (about $500,000) for 1908 the present the trea su re r is sole judge $50,000 deposit law is led in the house soaring.
I t is sta te d th a t th is inci
determ ined to stick to his polity of under the figures of 1907.
of the sufficiency of security, but is by R epresentative Ja e g e r. T his m eas
dent is w ithout precedent in Japan.
exem pted from liability lo r any loss ure is known as the Clemens bill, and
T re a t All Allens Alike.
B utte, M ont., Jan . 29.— Mrs. Lizzie m ost cordial. Tomorrow Mr. T a ft will
sustained by reason of the failure of is intended to remove all obstructions
S enate C annot Pum p P re sid e n t.
I t is said th a t P resident Roosevelt
any bank in which funds are deposited so fa r as security is concerned th a t W agner, who la st night, while intoxi v isit the site of the Gatun dam. All
advises C alifornia to tak e no action on
W ashington, Ja n . 27.—T hat the sen
m ight prevent reliable insurance com
according to law.
the J a p m a tte r fo r two years.
ate has no rig h t to call upon P resident
falling a distance of 100 feet, a t the health.
le tte r received today from President
Senator M. A. M iller’s senate bill panies from engaging in business.
Roosevelt for inform ation w hich he
The Spanish steam er T rinidad ram Roosevelt w ith regard to anti-Japanese 128 proposes to amend the road law of
O riginally the bill proposed the re
med and sunk an unknown Belgian legislation now pending in the C alifor 1903, by p e rm ittin g the voters of a peal of the required deposit of $50,000, the statem en t of her physicians today. governor of the canal zone; Colonel may have obtained from the U nited
S ta te s Steel corporation when he coun
steam er and e ig h t lives w ere lost.
road d istric t to vote a special tax levy but it has been amended to reduce the The wom an’s escape from death is re C. W. Gorgas, chief san itary officer, tenanced th a t concern’s absorption of
a t a special m eeting called by petition. deposit to $25,000. A t the same tim e
E x-Senator W. A. C lark is reported
the Tennessee Coal & Iron company
it will be required th a t before any for into about two fe et of w ater, and it ately boarded the N orth C arolina from is the opinion of the special com m ittee
to be a t the head o f a company who ing a le tte r from the secretary of sta te
Friday, Jan u ary 2 9 .
will m anufacture the new explosive,
on judiciary appointed to investigate
w ere a broken ident-elect.
said th a t he saw no objection to the
T ita n ite.
Salem, Ja n . 29.—T his prom ises to sta te and do business it m ust file w ith she had sustained
the m atter.
The first person to shake the hands
passage of a law which treated all be the m ost e x tra v ag a n t legislature th d insurance com m issioner a certifi breastbone and an injured heel. A pe
Mr. B onaparte directed the com m it
The 200 clerks in the office of the aliens alike in acquiring and tra n s fe r
te e ’s a tten tio n to the a ct to establish
trea su re r of Cook county, Illinois, rin g real property, b u t “ To avoid con Oregon ever had a t Salem , not only on
the d ep artm ent of commerce and la
w hich is m ostly Chicago, have struck flict w ith the constitution of the U n it account of appropriations, but also on
A t C ulebra the president-elect was
account of new offices to be created its financial soundness.
bor. U nder th a t a ct the com m issioner
fo r more pay for overtim e.
received cerem oniously by P resident
Ja p a n Not W orried.
ed S tates, such sta tu te should contain and higher salaries enacted. There
Passage of em ergency tax bill was
of corporations is empowered to g a th e r
Lake M ichigan is so polluted w ith an expressed provision excepting from are bills for creation of no less than deferred in the house th is m orning by
Tokio, Ja n . 29.— In an editorial O baldia’s cabinet.
from corporations engaged in in te r
The president-elect will sail from
the sew age from the C alum et river its operation any rig h ts secured by 200 new jobs, m ost of them a t fa t pay the objection of Campbell, who in sist which the Hochi w ill p rin t tomorrow
sta te commerce such d a ta as w ill en
th a t the new $3,000,000 Southw est tre a ty betw een the U nited S ta te s and —political berths, for few o f which ed th a t the bill should be printed be the Japanese people are w am pd against Colon for New O rleans next Friday.
able the president to m ake recommen-
foreign n a tio n s.”
Land tunnel may prove useless.
I t was connecting the m ovem ent for naval ex
the sta te and its subdivision shave any fore being rushed through.
datons to congress for regulation.
P resident Roosevelt then gives the need.
W ashington S e e s No Relief.
This provision of law concludes as fol
O regon’s electoral m essenger has not
te x t of a memorandum from Secretary
W ar betw een Governor Cham berlain the bill through both houses today Am erica w ith the an ti-Japanese a g ita
W ashington, Ja n . 30.—The w estern lows:
y e t reached W ashington, nor has the
of S ta te Root, which, he says, has his and salary logrollers in the legislature under suspension of the rules, but in tion in C alifornia. I t will say th a t the Storm which has been m oving e a s t
"A nd the inform ation so obtained,
m essenger from Montana. They will
was declared today from the governor’s the house the tw o-thirds m ajority could Am erican governm ent is only showing ward is centered tonight in the middle or as much thereof as the president
not be fined, as the re tu rn s have been cordial approval.
office in a special w arning m essage.
lake region, although the influence of may direct, shall be made pu b lic.”
se n t by mail.
Calm F oretold for Cuba.
The house replied by passing Multno tomorrow w ithout fu rth e r delay. The w aii and the Philippines, and th a t only the cold wave is already fe lt as far
W heat sells in Portland m arkets a t
Palm Beach, F la., Feb. 2.—Charles m ah’s bill o fr an e x tra circ u it judge
S ta te M essenger Is L ate.
e ast as the Appalachians, according to
$ 1 . 0 0 .
such proper naval expansion w ith any the w eather bureau.
E. Magoun, ex-governor of Cuba, left and overriding his last session vetoes will go into effect a t once.
Storm w arnings
W ashington, Ja n . 27.—O regon’s
are displayed on the A tlan tic and Gulf electoral m essenger, R. R. B utler, who
A ttorney Jerom e w ants to prosecute here tonight for W ashington. He will on four a g ricultural fa ir senate bills
O regon on a Novel Map.
m ake a supplem ental report relativ e to appropriating money for E astern Ore-
coast, except South F lorida; on the was given the sta te vote on presiden
the canal scandal case.
the provisional governm ent, covering gon d istric ts.
C alifornia coast from Point Reyes to tial electors, failed to arriv e in this
| Salem —Oregon has been asked to
Chinese laundries are accused of w hat he has done since the last annual
San Diego, Cal., Ja n . 29.—J . S. E ureka, and on the S tra its of Ju a n de city yesterday, and was today sub
Five of the six senate bills of the furnish a square of native wood which
spreading leprosy in Chicago.
rep o rt was made, December 1 last. 1907 session, vetoed by the governor is to be polished, c u t in shape of this Mollen. a w a rran t m achinist on board Fuca. Cold w eather will prevail in je c t to $100« fine for his failure.
The Oklahoma grand ju ry has found He will also give a detailed report of and which w ere passed over his veto in sta te and used in a map th a t is to be the cruiser Albany, a t anchor in the the Middle and N orth A tlantic sta te s O regon’s electoral
th ree tru e bills in th eir land fraud in the inauguration of President Gomez. the senate a t th is session, w ere passed one of the decorations of a new g re at harbor here, com m itted suicide last S aturday n ig h t and Sunday.
counted, w hether B utler arriv es or not,
Mr. Magoon said today th a t President by the house th is m orning, when they lakes steam er, the “ U nited S ta te s .” nig h t by shooting. The captain of the
for a copy was forw arded by m ail and
Gomez had shown excellent judgm ent
• 4 0 .0 0 0 Fire al K elso.
, The request for a block of wood and a Albany has revoked all shore leave,
has been in the hands of the viee-presi-
The Prussian d iet has turned down in selecting his cabinet and he thought
photograph eame to Governor Cham denied adm ittance to civilians aboard
Albany T eam Picked.
Kelso, W ash., Ja n . 30.—Kelso is ex dent for more than a w eek. B ut th is
several m easures favoring election re th a t the new governm ent would have
Albany -Grover C. B irtchet. Carroll berlain. The plan is to have each ship and refuses to give out any infor periencing one of the larg e st fires in fact does not release B utler from the
reasonably fa ir sailing.
II Cushman and W alter Hodge have sta te furnish a (dock of wood which m ation concern ng the affair. Coroner its history. The three-?tory and two- penalty which the law imposes for fa il
been chosen to compose the debating
be carved into the shape of th a t Morgan has not gone aboard the ship story F id ler and Gray buildings are a ure to deliver the vote on tim e.
Signals from five imprisoned m iners
Chinese Laundry a Peril.
team of Albany college to contest for ¡"fate and he fitted into the map. The and reasons for such secrecy are un total loss, also the Kelso Journal
near P ittsb u rg have ceased, and they
Chicago. Feb. 2.—Crim inal action the cham pionship of the Collegiate I)e- request will be turned over the Oregon known.
Kieran Again A rrested .
plant, Robb & M aster, grocers, Becker
are given up for dead.
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OQAO l o t I AM
an tl u f factu
be taken a g ain st < Chinese
laundry- I bating
M illinery company, M cD erm ott real
Oregon 1 for
New York, Jan . 27.— P a tric k J .
Governor G ille tt has sen t a special
Chile and P eru Q uarrel.
men who sprinkle clothes by blowing Birtchet has been a m em ber of the col-
e state company, H untington & Jackson K ieran, vice-president of the F idelity
message to the C alifornia legislature
Want M alheur P ro je c t Begun.
w a ter through th e ir mouths. Com ( lege debating team the past two years,
V alparaiso, Chile, Ja n . 29.—The real e state company, besides about a Funding company, w as arrested a t his
ag ain st a n ti-Ja p bills.
plaints have been brought to the a tte n and will lead the 1909 team . Hodge
O ntario The universal in terest fe lt rupture of diplom atic relations be dozen offices. A t 14:5 a. m. the fire is home here late today on the ground
Captain Sealby, of the lost A tlantic tion of H ealth Com missioner Evans was a m ee ber of be team last year, in this section concerning the building tween Chile and Peru, signalized by still burning, but is well under control. th a t he was a fu g itiv e from ju stic e
liner Republic, was given a g re at ova th a t disease has resulted from this 1 and this is Cushman
first y ear on the of the Malheur governm ent irrigation the w ithdraw al of Senor J. M. Echin- The loss is estim ated a t $40,000.
and th a t he was w anted in P ittsb u rg ,
tion upon his arriv al in New York.
com plaints come intercollegiate team . All are prom i- project will find expression Friday and que, the Chilean m inister a t Lim a, has
w here charges of grand larceny had
upon the heels of reports from P a te r nent students and are active in a th le t- , Saturday of this week in imm ense mass aroused more or less excitem ent here,
T rain S tuck in S now drift.
been lodged a g ain st him. K ieran had
A Japanese prince w as secretly m ar son, N. J ., th a t a citizen of th a t place ics and o th er college activ ities.
m eetings to be held a t N yssa and Vale. and the old anim osities betw een the
L a Crosse, W is., Ja n . 30.—Passen been locked up only a few hours when
ried to a H ungarian woman and now he had contracted leprosy from a collar
this county. A sim ilar m eeting was tw o countries, d a tin g back to the w ar g e r train No. 23 on the Southern Min word cam e from P ittsb u rg th a t K ieran
and his whole fam ily are in disgrace. ironed by a Chinese laundryman.
O regon Man H onored.
held in O ntario last S aturday, and was of 1879 and the consequent acquisition nesota division of the SL Paul road, had given bonds there and requesting
Floods in a C alifornia riv e r carried
C orvallis—S. L. K line has been se- ! attended by nearly 400 landow ners. A t of the Peruvian provinces of T acna and running betw een La Crosse and Wes- th a t he be released.
three railroad re sta u ra n ts out to sea,
W heat SI at Walla Walla.
lected to represent the sta te of Oregon 1 this m eeting, many atte n d in g w ere al A rica by Chile, have, to a certain sington Springs, S. D., has been stuck
and the en tire city o f S anta M aria is
W alla W alla, W ash., Feb. 2.—For as an aide a t the inaugural ball, on the ready owners of good w a ter rig h ts un m easure, been revived.
SOOO.OOO to Ruin Rivals.
in a snow drift w est of Jackson, M inn.,
the first tim e in more than 20 years evening of March 4 next, w hich will der e x istin g priv ate contracts.
since 103:0 last night. The train has
Chicago. Ja n . 27.—The first actual
A woman in B urlington, W ash., w heat today sold in W alla W alla for $1 be a g re at national reception to the
Remove W reck o f Maine.
many passengers, but, being a day accounting of $600,000 paid by A.
drove out three burglars a t the point a bushel. The sale was made to the president and vice-president-elect and
M ore Paving for- Salem .
W ashington, Ja n . 29.—P resident train , carries no sleeper or diner. A Booth & Co., the fish concern recently
o f an em pty revolver. Than she locked Jones-Scott company, who said this th eir wives. One rep resen tativ e from
Salem The city council has prac Roosevelt today sent to congress a re lief tra in was sta rte d out last night, 1 placed in the hands of a receiver, to
the door and fainted.
evening the w heat was No. 1 m illing p rivate life has been selceted to repre- tically decided to pave several blocks m essage approving the recommenda hut failed to g e t through. Passenger the law firm of T hornton A Chancellor,
Jeffries, re tired heavyw eight cham bluestem . and the price was paid be- sent each sta te a t this function, whose of C ourt stre e t w ith b itu ilth ic pave tion of Governor Magoon th a t an ap train No. 3 on the L a Crosse division was given today before M aster in
pion pugilist, has signed a contract to cause it was worth the amount in the duties will consist in helping to intro- m ent. T his m eans th a t next sum m er propriation be made to remove the o f the sam e road was wreeked early C nsncery Booth. More than h a lf o f
appear on the vaudeville stag e through m arket. The lot consisted of 1,000 duce the rep resen tativ e people from both of the broad avenues sk irtin g the wreck of the b a ttlesh ip Maine from today a t P ortage, W is., b u t nobody the am ount, it was stated, was used in
out the large c ities o f the E ast.
th is sta te .
H avana harbor.
sta te capitol grounds w ill be paved.
w as injured.
destroying com petition.
RESUME OF THE