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P H O S P H A T E BE DS F O U N D .
Government Has Rich Deposits
DOINGS OF OREGON STATE LEGISLATURE
OIL T R U S T
OPEN TO AN ENEMY
P AID BAC K .
Make« Seathing Argument
Pennsylvania Recovers (1,595,740 on
Crooked State Houee Deal
New York.— fainting the Standard
Washington.— Phosphate beds, be-
Oil uigdulzatiuu us bred by oppress
| lieved to be of great commercial
(1,300,000 and the surrender of war
W A R S H I P T O BE A S K E D FOR.
| be increased as the governor may ing competitions and hanging now as
: value, have been discovered in west
i deem necessary.
a threatening cioud over the country.
which payment had been stopped,
ern Montana, according to a bulletin
The uniform and discipline of na h'ruuk II. Kellogg. Hpeciul aaaiatunt
Uniform Fishing Law Also Receives
were made in the Haupbllu County
val force of the state is required to to
| from the United Slates Geological
Court by the men convicted or olber-
Attention of Senate.
conform to the United States navy, with the Supreme Court to dlaaolve
wiso implicated by Pennsylvania la
Salem, Ore., Jan. 16.— Under the with such difference of insignia as the Standard Oil Company of New
The deposits are on public lands
tho Capitol frauds.
terms of a resolution adopted in the the federal authorities may direct. Jersey, ua u violator of the Sherman
lu consideration, the commonwealth
| near Butte, Mont., which have been senate this afternoon and sent to The term of enlistment is two years, antl-truat law.
Can Fire Greater Broadside Than withdrawn from entry, pending con- the house, Governor West is called and the men may be required to do
First Consideration— Japan agreed to drop further criminal ac
He opened the Government's side Navy
tion against the defendants indicted,
An y Ship Afloat— Also Rapid-Fire
Don’t Want Coast, But Would
! gresslonal legislation as to their con- upon to make a request of the gov cruise duty for two weeks in each of the controversy and brobably will
and, with tlie exception of tho case
year. During such time the men are complete It Monday or Tuesday. Mr.
Guns and Torpedo Tubes.
I trol and disposition. Hock phosphate eminent to send the cruiser Boston to be paid $1 per day and the officers Kellogg spoae for nearly four hours.
of Joseph M. Huston, of Philadelphia,
to Oregon to be used as a training
who is under an indeterminate sen
I hitherto was not believed to be pres ship for the naval reserve.
the same as regular naval officers
Mr. Kellogg wont over tho early
tence of from six months to two
ent in Montana and it was only in
Joseph introduced the resolution. receive. It is made a misdemeanor years of the Standard's business lead
Philadelphia, Jan. 16. — Splashed the classification of certain lands by H«f said that the ship was in readi for any employer to discharge one of ing up to the central point of the
The Pacific Northwest is more years and who has an appeal in the
with the traditional bottle of ch am -1 th® Keological survey to determine ness, as advice by telegraph indi ids employes because the latter serv present controversy— tne organization vulnerable than any other part of the Supreme Court, the Capitol fraud
whether they were of a mineral char- cated, but complications had arisen ed in the militia.
of the Standard Oil Company of New United States is the opinion of Briga cases are declared ended and the
pagne, the battleship Arkansas, the j ac^er that the streak was located,
The naval board is to serve without Jersey in 1899.
owing to the fact that the governor
The new Capitol, a magnificent
largest warship ever constructed in j As it was not considered desirable had not made request upon the fed pay. It will audit accounts aDd direct
He characterized this reorganiza I , dier-General Marlon P. Maus, of the
structure, with its rich furnishings,
this country, was launched Saturday to call public attention to the fact eral authorities for the use of the expenditures.
The captain, who is tion as merely the substitution of one j Department of the Columbia.
afternoon from the yards of the New |before the Government had had an vessel. Sinnott, Barrett of Washing the chief officer, is to be chairman of Illegal form of holding together the expressed his opinion at the Cham cost approximately $13,000,000.
opportunity to withdraw from entry ton and L)imick all asked questions the board, which will hold quarterly oil companies for an other illegal j^er Qf Commerce banquet at the this tho state alleged it lmd been de
York Shipbuilding company at Cam- these lauds, no detailed prospecting
frauded of about (5,000,000. Up to
as to whether the legislature would meeting at headquarters in Port form. Tho first was the “ trust” of
den, N. .1. Miss Mary Macon, datigli has been done. The geological sur be obligated to pass an appropriation land. Members of the board will be 189: 2, with Its several trustees, nu.l ( ’on>'>*er<=i“ 1 Club Wednesday night date the state has expended (107,961
fer of Representative Macon, of Hel- ey believes that the area is large bill if the resolution were adopted.
ranked as lieutenant commanders and the second the "Standard of New General Mans went on to say that if In prosecuting the cases. Restitution
und it is thought that the bed may
ena. Ark., was the sponsor.
> upied by an enemy, the Pacific of (1,595,740 is said to have been
To secure uniform laws In conjunc hold office your years.
made by certain defendants.
There was one unusual feature. | be five or six feet thick,
The officers named are a captain,
“ Take away tho fear of prosecution Coast would be a great baso-
tion with the state of Washington
the absence of an official delegation
H. S. Gale, who has written a pam- relative to fishing on the Columbia commander, four lientenant com by the Government and the Standard
“ You are far from the East,” con
representiug the state government I phlet soon to be issued by the geo- river is the object of a resolution in manders and lieutenants of various Oil Company would put every inde-
P A T T E N S U E D FOR BIG SUM.
“ You have
The failure of Gov-1 logical survey, says of the deposit troduced in the senate by Lester this grades.
pendent out of business in five year," tinued General Maus.
ernor Donaghey or other official rep- that they "are almost, if not quiet, afternoon.
His resolution asks for
to attend was due to a identical witlt those occurring in the the appointment of a committee of
A S Y L U M H E A D DROPPED.
Mr. Kellogg dwelt upon the “ enor blocked and you can be shut off. 1 Cotton Speculator May Have to Pay
$6,000,000 for Gambling.
between the governor; great phosphate fields a couple of two from the house and three from
mous profits” of the companies as tlie ref ore warn you to look to that
and the navy department over the I
hundred miles to the south, where
senate to confer with a similar Nothing for Eastern Oregon Super evidence of monopoly. The records Don't forget it. Precaution Is a good
Chicago, Jan. 10,— James A. Patten,
date of the launching, the governor | beds have a workable thickness of committee from the Washington leg
did not show where all the profits
intendent to Do at Present.
“ This country has great natural retired
went, he said.
wanting to have the affair postponed I four and a half to six feet.”
islature in reference to these laws.
whose successful operations in the
Salem, Or., Jan. 13.— All recommen
It is the hope of the survey officials The committee is empowered to hire
so the state could make adequate
in a summary, John G- Milburn for wealth and wo want to keep it cotton market led recently to Fed
You don’t want to allow the cupidity
arrangements to send an official that the large areas outside of that a stenographer and is allowed no dations as to legislation for the new the Standard Oil, said
eral grand jury indictments, was sued
actually examined by Mr. Gale, may compensation but is given traveling branch insane hospital at Pendleton
Dammed for anything, but praised I ° f a foreign nation to get the better
for (0,000,000 in the- Superior Court
To keop your wealth you today.
There was, however, quite a large be underlain with phosphate. The expenses and railroad lare.
This will be made to the legislature direct for nothing, is the way the Standard |of > ()U
Oil has been treated by the Govern- j should take those precautions which
delegation of Arkansans present. It possible tonnage, therefore, may be resolution is in committee.
The plaintiff. Dr. Paul Burmaster,
ly by the State Board instead of Dr.
Included Representative and Mrs. I large, as a square mile underlain
ment. In this record, covering 40 ar® sensible.
Employment as a stenographer or
president ot the Chicago Ami gamb
Ilacon and other members of the with a three-foot bed of phosphate, clerk in the house at this session does J. D. Plamoudon, who was removed years of business, everything the
“ You who are here tonight are cap-
ling League, does not assort to have
Arkansas congressional delegation. j will contain about 5,760,000 tons.
not give promise of being a snap. The from the position of superintendent Standard has ever done is related. j fains of industry and you can, in a
The navy department was officially I
tenii>er of a majority of the repre
represented by Beekman Winthrop,
H O N D U R A N R E B E L S GAIN.
sentatives unmistakably demands that afternoon. It is expected these rec ous times that it should not have try. You should encourage that pro
assistant secretary, and a long line |
these employes give the state full ommendations will be made next done. That was human. It has done tection which every nation should
of rear-admirals and other officers.
nothing that goes to the issue here.” give to its subjects, and that is a
Government Forces Loss Seven More value. Resolutions were introduced
The State Board, including
competent force; and in this respect
Following the launching the offi
today providing that all clerical bills week.
in Stubborn Fight.
cials of the company entertained the
shall be paid only on a basis of act Governor West and State Treasurer B L O W N T O B I T S BY C H E M I C A L . 1 speak more of the navy than of
Honduras. — Tiuxillo
was ual -employment and that unexcused
j the army. A navy today is more
guests at a luncheon in one of the
Kay, accompanied by Superintendent
captured by the Revolutionists Tues absences shall be sufficient grounds
Four Persons Injured by Explosion important on the Pacific Coast than
big buildings of the plant.
The dimensions of the latest and day, after a hard skirmish with the for an immediate discharge.
on Oakland Ferry.
*“ ,arn,»r' Ev« 7 . sensible man knows
Hazletine of Salem and Chief Engi
small squad of government soldiers.
. . '
that, because if you command the
largest addition to the navy are:
Length over all, 562 feet; beam
neer Murphy of the asylum, left to chemical compound dropped by or 3pa you preve„t any Invasion; If you
L E T V E T O E D M E A S U R E S GO.
command the sea, you invite it
over armor, 93 feet 2 5-8 inches; cluding Mayor de Plaza. Twelve were
night for Pendleton, where, tomorrow, crushed in the pocket of John O. Nor
“You should help everything which
draft, 28 feet G inches; displacement, wounded.
bun a well-known mining engineer, tPnds t0 tho protection of your coast
Three hundred government soldiers Fight Against Further Discussion of
thorough investigation of the work is believed to have caused an ex You want people here and are trying
The contract for the ship calls for left Ceiba this afternoon for Neuva
plosion on the ferryboat Berkeley, to get them, in after years, when
Armenia, 28 miles east, where they
a speed of 20Vi knots an hour.
proposed to be done-
plying between this city and Oakland, the Pacific Coast is densely populat
State Capitol, Salem, Or., Jan. 13.
When completed, the Arkansas will expect to meet the revolutionary
have the greatest broadside gun army which is said to have left —Senator Bowerinan will probably by the Board in any way to draw which brought instant death to Nor- ed, this question will disappear. Then
power of any ship afloat. The main Truxillo Tuesday evening on a march be one of the leaders in an active op plans, but accompanies it that he may bon, seriously injured two other men you will have the sinew's, you will
and created a panic among the 2000 jlave the people who can protect your
position which will develop next
armament will consist of twelve toward Ceiba.
the consideration give ideas as to recommendations that passengers crowding the vessel s 1 - homes and firesides. The very steps
A report reached here yesterday Tuesday against
12-inch guns, mounted In six heavy
, . A. ,
| you are taking to attract people to
armor protected turrets.
For de that the revolutionists had taken Tela of any of the 38 vetoed bills whicli tion.
T he ex illusion occurred in the lava-|thl8 country who will come here and
fense against torpedo boat attacks, and were marching toward Ceiba, but have been returned from the Gover
The Board, as expected, refuses to tory, in which were four others be
¡ settle and develop this country, is
there will he a battery of twenty-one
change the stand taken several weeks
Norton's body w as: the VPry 8tp|) whIc.h hpIpa the com
5-Inch rapid-fire guns.
There also sending practically his entire force He declares that these bills are all ago, that a superintendent for the new aides Norbon.
Roy L. Sampson m„ nwPHi,h of our country. I like to
will be two submerged torpedo tubes to Neuva Armenia would indicate dead, that a special session inter institution is not needed until the in blown into bits.
and ten small guns. The total weight that he does not expect an attack vened between the last regular ses stitution is practically completed. Im and Edwin Hoffchneider were badly! see it.
M K N K W A I.U C K .
sion and the present session, and
“ Your laws of government of the
of broadside fire will be about 11,000 from the west.
mediately following the appointment
N e w Y o r k . — A li tter re eel ve d fr o m M<*ne
At the sight of the Bonlla forces ihat the bills should have been voted of Plamondon by Bowerman, State C. Miller and Louis Saure were cut | people by the whole people have at
W a ll a c e by his friend, Cht-Hter Heecroft,
the attention of the whole com pl ain ed that the r * a r y r eli ef ship which
The Arkansas will be turbine- it is believed that one-half or more of
Treasurer Kay said the appointment lavatory, but escaped serious injury. | tracted
Pnited States. You have freed your took M<ne hack to the Nor th, left him
The constitution in Section 15 of
driven, and will have 28,000-horse the government troops will join the
was premature and that the new
selves from boss rule and dictation.’ ma ny miles fr om Eta h In a strantf par t o f
power. The vessel will be fitted for former. The sympathy of the citizens Article V provides that the bills be Board considered such an appointment All the injured reside in Oakland.
Norbon was identified at the Oak
H B. Miller, ex-Consul of the Unit flre en lan d with no provisions, no furs and
a flagship and her complement will of Ceiba is plainly with Bonilla and acted upon at the “ next session.” unnecessary.
land morgue by a letter in his pocket ed States in Manchuria, who followed no doss. Mene was lande d at N o r t h Star
consist of 85 officers and 1030 men. he would have little trouble taking There is no mention of regular ses
Hay and had a k reat deal o f trouble to
and a notebook which contained a j General Manus, said that the com ret to Etah. w he re he was known. Mene
sion, and it is the contention of Bow-
The keel of the Arkansas was laid this port.
that P e a r y Is hat ed In his country
erman that plainly the legislature
last January and at present the ves
H o does not be lieve that
are thought to have been carried in the management of the government, for
should have voted upon them at that
sel Is about 60 per cent complete.
P ear y found the Pole or th at Cook found
BO MB F A L L S FROM AIR.
compound on Norbon s person. I fs strong enough to exclude any busi it.
M en e
was br ou g ht
to this country
lime. In the meantime the bills have $100,000 For Astoiia Celebration— E w
There were no witnesses of the ac ness interests other than Japanese about 14 year s ag o hy Pear y, w ith his
ing Advocates Beaten.
Army Man Drops Explosive on Avia gone to the printer to be prepared
fa th e r and t w o ot h e r Eskimos.
A ll died
BIG S T R I K E IS O FF.
for next Tuesday, when they come
business interests. Rockefeller tried but Mene. Ho atten de d the public school*
Salem, Or., Jan. 11.— After short never be known.
up as a special order of business
to gain a foothold and failed, said the in N e w York, but got homesick.
Norbon resided in Berkeley.
He speaker; Ilarriman tried it with his
Aviation Field, San Francisco.— For That is, the house bills have gone, sessions this morning, in which lit
Largest Chicago Clothing Firm Takes
the first time In the history of avia but the senate bills are locked up in tle was accomplished beyond the in was said to have been well known merchant marine, and failed, agil
Back Garment Workers.
been a participant or a loser In any
tion in this country, according to the desk of the chief clerk. He is troduction of bills, both houses of for his operations in South Africa fames J. Hill tried it with the Great
Chicago, Jan. 16.— The backbone of army officers here, a loaded bomb away and his assistants are seriously the legislature adjourned until Mon and Mexico. He had been engaged Northern Steamship Company, and of the operations with Mr Patten,
but brines suit under an Illinois
the great strike of the garment work was dropped from an aeroplane on considering breaking into the desk, as
failed. Mr. Miller said the imperial
ers, which resulted in the shedding Camp Self ridge field today and ex it will be necessary to hurry the 23 day. Then the real work of the ses Shasta county, California.
household controlled the majority of statute whereby any person having
stock In every large bank in Japan knowledge of a gambling transaction
of blood and great suffering among | ployed. The experiment was made by senate bills to the printer in a short sion will begin with the announce
D E A F M U T E G IV E S A L A R M .
the 45.000 idle in Chicago, was broken I Lieutenant Crissy, of the Coast Ar- time if they are to be in readiness ment of committees. The first print
owned practically all the great steam may sue and recover to the amount
ship linos of Japan and controlled of three times the total lost by any
Saturday night when the largest o f . tillery, flying with Philip Parmalee by Tuesday.
ed bills made their appearance this
of the victims.
the firms involved, which employs in a Wright biplane.
House bills vetoed by Governor
At Signal 225 Silent Children March every large industry of the nation.
Burmaster was Inspired to bring
10.000 workers, reinstated all their
At a height of 475 feet Lieutenant Chamberlain were principally relating morning
From Burning School-
Bills appropriating an aggregate of
striking employes without discrimina Crissy released the shrapnel shot, to increases of salary for various
ancp of Japan with Russia in a very the suit, he said, through recently
New Y °rk- Perfect drill saved 225 j sbort time after the war, Russia tak becoming acquainted with a retired
aiming at a clear spot of ground near county and district officers, Chamber $149,000 made their appearance in
broker who related to him the man
The action of this firm is likely to the lower end of the field. A puff of lain exercising his prerogative in the two branches today. The largest
ldsen i r o " l ‘ ? e In* the north of Manchuriu and Japan
be followed by all the other estab smoke as the missile struck, showed connection with an of these. Other is $100,000, proposed to aid the cen flames Friday night when fire broke thp snuth Japan, ,le said, banks with ner In which men win and lose money
lishments whose employes are on the success of the experiment. The vetoes of house bills were in relation tennial celebration of the settlement ont in the upper stories of the Insti1 Great n ritaln an(1 France, is the on the Board of Trade, chiefly
p r o v e d Instruction banker 0f Russia. This virtually has through dealing in futures.
shot was capable of wounding within to appointment of a board of trustees of Astoria. Others call for $25,000 l r 'l
The agreement was reached by a a rad lire of 70 yards, and great care of the McLoughlin Home at Oregon for investigation of fruit and plant of Deaf Mutes, while the 30 in , brought about a four-cornered alii
Deep Destitution in China.
joint conference board of the strikers | was exercised in selecting the place City, a horticultural bill and other pests. $20.000 for a bridge over Snake structors were at supper in the base ance, said the speaker. He said that
Shanghai.— Very Intense suffering,
and the firm and was adopted by the for dropping it
River and $4000 for a burial pint la
There was no panic and there were land to prodlIce food for her peopIe amounting to starvation, among 1,000,-
strikers at their various meeting
Lieutenant Walker, of the Eighth
There were 23 senate bills vetoed. Portland for soldiers of the Spanish-
no injuries, but the heat and smoke and ot ,ron m|ne8 to prodUce the 000 farmers In the northern part of
places. All grievances are to be ad Infantry, also was carried aloft today These included bills relating to ex
pressed the rearguard hard and the mater,al for the bu|Idlng of machin the province of Anhult, following the
judicated by an arbitration commit for the purpose of taking photographs amination before securing a marriage
At the end of the week’s work the
tee, the committee to meet immedi and making observations.
Walter license; defining vagrancy; registra Senate has a total of 36 bills and the police and bystanders vied with one ery. ho had no fear that Japan would drowning of 1000 persons, is reported
in helping the last comers to attempt to fight America.
In an appeal by the provincials to
ately. The arbitration committee is Brookins took him up in a Wright tion of voters; exemption of bonds House has only 26. House members
also to prescribe a way to settle a l l ! biplane, and at a height of about from taxation; making it a misde are expected to pour in a flood next the streets. All orders were given
But he said he had grave doubts the government for aid. The Huai and
rivers, which for two weeks
whether the United States would be
1000 feet Lieutenant Walker made six meanor to circulate false statements week
Mabel Stene, a deaf mute, gave the able to continue to maintain the in have been out of hanks, are said to
There is little doubt that the par snapshots with his camera of Camp concerning the condition of a bank;
alarm. Two passersby, who had seen tegrity of China and the open-door have caused Ihc devastation of 7000
tial settlement effected will he the Selfridge.
publishing delinquent tax lists; de
The Senate today passed a joint
basis for all settlements and that
The field was rain-soaked, but the fining the boundaries of Coos and resolution calling on Congress to the roof ablaze, rushed into the hall policy against these four powers com square miles. Villages were washed
way and carried her to the street. bined.
completely away, and In some In
within ten days the strike will have bird-men had ho difficulty in ascend Curry counties; relating to fishing
submit a constitutional amendment
stances the entire population per
Air conditions were excellent near fishways; providing for prepar for election of United States Senators One look was enough for her. She
ished. Crops were destroyed and the
The strike has been in progress and many interesting flights were ation of a syllable of Supreme Court
government has been asked to pro
since October 7. The loss to Chicago made.
Storm Wrecks Hangars.
eases; I)r. Owens-Adair sterilization skirmish was had over the employ
perintendent Taylor instantly told
vide for the destitute.
has been enormous.
bill; providing for organization of ment of one messenger or two, and
the teachers to marshal the children.
new counties and a number of bills in the economy advocates were decis
Big Swindlers Are landed.
reference to sallaries for county ively beaten.
of flying and wrought considerable Locomotive Slides Through Draw.
Bad Fire Sweeps Winnipeg.
Hot Springs, Ark.— After carrying officers.
Railroads Are Paralyzed.
havoc on the aviation field. Great
The expected fight over a com
B. C.— Sliding along
Winnipeg, Man.— Winnipeg was vis
mittee on committees, int aded to
Lisbon. — Railroad
communication rents were torn in the flapping can rails made slippery by tho heavy
deprive Speaker Rusk of the fruits throughout the republic remains para- vases covering the hangars and the snow, a Great Northern engine draw
ited by the worst fire of years and
which bankers and business men on
for a time it had apparently gotten the Pacific Coast were fleeced of sums Bill Introduced In House Provides of victory, did not come in the House. lyzed as a result of the strike which ra^n heat in on the aeroplanes, soak ing a long freight train, plunged
The insurgents still declare that they went into effect Wednesday. Yester-
the frail craft and threatening through the open draw soon after 9
beyond control of the firemen. It ranging from $250 to $2500. Roy R.
For Board of Five Members.
intend to make the fight.
day the strikers refused to permit danger.
The Curtiss mechanician? o'clock Tuesday morning.
started in the Kelly building. The Thorpe, alias George S. Stimpson,
them over to the sheds of Baker stuck with the engine and
Salem, Or., Jan. 11.—Establishment
Snake River Span Aid Asked.
flames spread to several small build
Mail from abroad is reach the Tanforan racetrack nearby and made the 30 foot drop, getting free
at Hot Springs, Ark.
ings across the street and they went
basis corresponding to the United
Salem, Or., Jan. 13.— With an em- ing here by steamer. The strikers workers In the Wright and Radley and swimming to safety. The acci
Among the heaviest losers in the
down like kindling wood. The loss is
States navy in the way of the na ergency clause on the end of it. a bill have rejected an offer of a 25 per camps were kept busy constructing dent was witnessed by hundreds of
operations of the Thorpe gang are
estimated at $250,000.
was introduced in the senate by Me cent increase in their wages. Rep- more substantial shelter for' their peoplo and a miniature panic ensued
the Merchants’ National Bank of tional guard corresponds to tho
chanan says he cannot tell where or
United States army is provided for Cullock. of Baker, asking for an ap^ resentatives of the strikers and the airships.
as the big machine hung for a sec
Portland, a Seattle bank, three banks
how the fire started, for the whole
propriation of $20.000, to be used directors of the railroad repeatedly
ond over the end of tho bridge, then
at Walla Walla, one at Tacoma, two in a bill Introduced in the House
building was on fire when the de in Nevada and two at San Francisco. yesterday by Abrams, of Marion, and jointly with a similar appropriation conferred to arrange a settlement of
broke from Its coupling and plunged
to be introduced in the Senate by from the state of Tdaho in the con j
Boston.—The filing of the bank Into False creek.
strnction of a bridge across Snake j without result
Joseph! of Multnomah.
ruptcy schedule of the Collvers Tours
Absconder Comes Back.
It creates a naval board of five River from some point near Robi
Not Guilty; Back From Pen.
Company, in the United States Dis
Ferryboat Explosion Was Accident.
Murder Ends Adventures.
New York—Charles H. Hyde, New members, to be appointed from the nette. Or., on the Nortuwestern Rail
trict Court, showed that between 25
1.08 Angeles, Cal.— Convicted In
Oakland. Cal.— Dr. Harry East mil York City’s Chamberlain missing for ports of Oregon, but not more than read, or some point near Brownlee,
Cheyenne, Wyo.—Efforts to prove and 30 persons who had paid for
1902 of a murder It has since been
the mystery of the murder of Robert tickets for a tour around the world
ler, the noted explosive expert, who 38 days, arrived from Florida and two from the same port. The stand- on the same railroad.
I* to consist of such nnm
Tho disposition of the fund* will ho nroylos. nj Salem> 0 re„
are Loin« are "hum; up" at various points In shown he did not commit, and sen
examined the body of Norbom and alighted from his train, jaunty, calm fnd force is
The liabilities of tenced to life imprisonment at San
the ferryboat Berkeley at the request and smiling. Of tfie closing of two her as tho hoard may dotormlne, but loft in tho hands of the t ounty .Indices vigorously pushed by the police, tho Europe and Asia
shprl(t and the coroner.
Tho sheriff tho enmpnnv aggrogau nearly (IJ - Quentin, Soriano Gonzales Is hack in
of the Southern Pacific authorities, j banks containing $800,000 in city may not be loss than 2"0 or more of Baker in Oregon. and Washing
less than $25 M
says that a high explosive caused the funds, of which he was a custodian,
I checked At the Union Depot here by Among those who paid tho company Los Angeles a free man. He has Just
tragedy. By high explosive, he ex- he would say nothing
The Merritt or invasion, when tho number may | selected by the judges.
Tn it were revolvers, cart for a passage around the world ura been pardoned through the efforts
plained, he meant a high grade of commitee tried for more than a month
Smoking Is Still Allowed.
Solon Won’t Say Prayer.
| ridges and a lot of yellow-back nov residents of Texas, California, New of the Union Rescue mission here.
dynamite, fulminate of mercury or to subpena Hyde as a witness, others
Bordaunt submitted to the govern
Salem — Smoking in the Senate els of lurid character.
The sheriff York, Ohio and Canada.
His theory is that j having testified that he was at a
State Capitol. Salem. Or.. Jan. 12.—
ment proof of the Innocence of Gon
Norbom had the explosive in his over- meeting where a $500.000 corruption
Chamber during sessions is still al believes Broyles was in search of
zales. who was convicted on circum
coat pocket and exploded It by strik j fund was raised in an attempt to do
lowed, the committee on resolutions adventures like those portrayed in
stantial evidence of the murder of a
Salem Man Is Killed.
ing It against the side of the w aitin g. feat the anti betting hills at Albany, the third day of the senate went with holding up Miller’s resolution pro- the novels and that he was lured
out the guidance of prayer. President hibiting it A meeting is promised in out upon the prairie by thugs, who
Cheyenne.— The frozen body
of railroad man.
Selling called attention to the fact a short time. but. the senators are murdered him
Robert Broyles, of Salem, Ore., W h i
that there seemed to he no clergyman
Blast Kills 5, Maims 4.
fMind on the prairie 10 miles from
dodging this important question
Seventeen Parish In Atlantic.
present and in that event the pro
Portuguese Strike Ends.
Tn one hand was claspai a
Some of them are in favor of a
Cat’s Curiosity Is Costly.
Niobrara, Neb.— Five persons were eeedings of the body would go on by
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fully-loaded revolver. He had l*»»n
Highland Light, Mass.—The worst
Lisbon.— The strike of railroad em killed and four injured In an explos
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meeting, but others are bolding off
dispensing with the service of a chap
Santa Fe. N. M.— An inquisitive shot with «a weapon of the same
ployes of Portugal which began on
disaster the Life Guards of the coast
in an attempt to sound the general
January 11 Is ended. This probably ion which occurred hero at 7:30 lain. Miller suggested that some sen- sentiment of the Senate on the ques eat caused a $10,000 fire at Chilill, a caliber, as empty shells near the of Cape Cod had seen In many j^ears
will result in a peaceful settlement | o’clock on Sunday night.
tion. which is considered of much 1m settlement in the Manzano Moun-
occurred Tuesday on the sand bars
of the commercial disturbance occa Ore which resulted from the explosion bee hit upon Sinnolt ns the logical oortnnee. coming as it does this early j tains. 50 miles south of Santa Fe.
oft the Peaked Hills. They stood on
sioned by the walkout of thousands burned to the ground a three-story
Z"1'' In the face,
;,ByS S,ar WhUo the family of B. Sala* wa8 signed hy him being found on the the beach with their lifeboats and
o f men In sympathy with the rail frame hotel owned by Michael Ken rless.
absent at a dance the family cat corpse. The coroner's jury returned other apparatus, unable to render as
roaders. The railroad men have been dall. The explosion was caused by
overturned a lamp that had been left a verdict of murder,
sistance, while three coal-carrying
granted an Increase of 11 cents a a leak In a gas plant in the cellar of
Five Salmon Day’s Catch
State May Scrub Pupils.
burning and set fire to the house.
barges were hurled to destruction
day, 20 days’ leave of absence an the hotel. It Is thought that all the
Salem— The first bill relating to Salas’ store, adjoining, with its stock
and all on hoard— 17 men—lost their
nually on full pay. and a working day j Injured will recover
the salmon fishing Industry made its of merchandise, was also destroyed.
In the surf.
of nine hours
—Keep school children clean by a
says the wreckage ' of Cecil Grnce'a
in the house. It was in The insurance was small.
Biplane Outraces Auto.
that tnev apnearanee
aeroplane has been washed up on
Spaniard, Go to Havana.
I Shreveport, La.—J. A. D McCurdy. carry no disease hy dirt into the trod need hy Representative Chatter,
Voices of Great Msn Canned.
Earthquake Kills 204.
the beach at Martakerke. 7* -Igiun.
Seattle—The Waterhouse-Welr liner in his biplane, outdistanced an auto- schools with them and that they he The principal feature of the bill is
St. Petersburg.— A dispatch from The cap and glasses belonc'-g to
Paris.—Orest men of France snd
Orterlc. Just launched from an Kng mobile In a five mile rare, covering free from vermin, are Ideas fatheivd that provision which prohibits fish- Vyerny. capital of the territory of Cecil Grace were picked m in the vtsttlng sotables are to have their
contract j p to .».------------i-
the course in n..„
and seven hy Senator Chase, of Coos, who will Ing for salmon with other than hook SemlrvWchenek, Asiatic Russia, savs North Sea off Karlakerke about a
” "*■ shfpvard.
carry 1500 Spanish ^migrants for seconds
McCurdy went to a height either Introduce a hill to this effect and line tn the Willamette River and that a violent earthquake occurred veek ago. Grace has net been seen voices "phonogrsphed" and the rec
the Bilbao to the Hawaiian islands, of 1700 feet and after remaining in himself or will arrange to have It In It. tributaries south of the suspension January 11 tn Kebery In the Ftshpek nr heard from since December 22 ords will be preserved at the Sar-
From Honolulu the Orterlc will pro- the air 25 minutes described what Is . corporated tn a hill to he Introduced bridge at Oregon City. It also limits district of the territory and that the when he was lost while attempting bonne for future generations.
records will be made with nnnsual
ceed to Seattle, arriving here on known as the spiral tower descend hv the legislative committee of the to five the number of salmon to be luidles of 204 Kirghiz have been to cross the English Channel from
A voice collection of great
I State Teachers' Association.
taken In a day by any one person, ¡taken from the ruins of buildings.
I Calais to Dover.
singers Is now being prepared.
Great Dreadnaught Arkansas Rap
idly Neariny Completion.
Coast Might Easily Be Invaded By
Any Naval Power.