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ish those schools entirely, and the Fed Fran cisco Is not s u ffic ie n t to m eet the
S L O W AS O X T E A M S .
eral govern m en t would have no righ t situation and guard and protect Japan
to l i f t its v oic e In protest.
Upon the ese resident* In San Francisco, to whom
oth er hand, the state m av extend the under our trea ty w ith Japan we guar-
F re ig h t C a r * T ra v e l but an A v e rs ,,
p riv ile g e s o f its schools to aliens upon i antee f u l l and p erfe ct protection fo r
Issued Each Week
o t 2 3 M ilea a Day.
such term s as it, the state, may elect, I th eir persons and property,' then. It
and the Federal governm ent has no | seems to me. it is c le a rly the d u ty » f
rig h t to question Its action in this re- the Federal govern m en t to a ffo r d such
Chicago, Dec. 1 8 . - “ Car shortage
„R E S T
G R O V E ..............O R E G O N
P rim a r ily and essen tially
the i protection.
A ll considerations
ami traffic congestion are more seriou»
public schools are designed fo r the edu ! m ay m ove a nation, e v e ry consideration
cation o f the citizen s o f the state. The o f d u tv In the preservation o f our trea ty
troduced an amendment increasing the now than they ever have been in tb0
state is in terested in the education o f obligation s, e ve ry consideration prom pt
Tuesday, D ecem ber 18.
its own citizen s alone.
It would not ed by 50 years or m ore o f close frie n d
history of this country.
Washington, Dec. 18.— The senate salaries of the members of tiie presi
fo r a m oment m aintain this expensive ship w ith the em pire o f Japan, would
in stitu tion to educate fo reig n e rs and I unite in demanding. It seems to me. o f today devoted nearly four hours to dent’s cabinet to $12,000 each, effective number of schools in the Northwest
aliens who would carry to th eir coun- \ the United States governm ent and all
on and after March 4, 1907.
have been forced to close bemuse «,„[
. tries the fru its o f such education. T h e re Its people, the fu lle st protection and the 1 consideration of unobjected hills on its
On division, the amendment was
fore. If It should be held th at there was highest consideration fo r the subjects o f I calendar. The result was the passage
shipments could not be liad. Bu»inttij
a discrim in ation operatin g in viola tio n Japan."
I of a number of measures of minor im- adopted 204 to 60. Littauer also offer all over tiie United States is being ¡n.
I o f tiie trea ty w ith Japan in the state’s
treatm en t o f Japanese children, or even
I portanoe. Among those passed was one ed an amendment! increasing the salar
i f a new tre a ty with Japan should be
The Chinese famine is growing authorizing a government loan of $10,- ies of senators, representatives in con ju ral vitally by the existing conditions!
fram ed which would contain on b eh alf
o f Japanese subjects the ‘m ost-favored- ' worse.
1000,000 to the Jamsetown Tercenten- gress and delegates from territories to and remedy must be ha«l quickly, if
nation' clause, this could and would be
I nial Exposition company, ami another $7,500 per annum. On a rising vote chaos in commerce is to be prevented ”
r r,f‘ t b v the Qtate. which wonM then e x
clude fro m the use o f its public schools
There is a move to put a British providing for an investigation of the after considerable debate, the amend
The forgoing statement was made hy
a ll alien children o f e ve ry n ation ality prince on the Servian throne.
industrial, social, moral, educational ment was defeated by a vote of 135 to
luc lift..is o f iic c euucaiiOii to
Commerce , Commissioner
following: com m unication
has children o f its own citizens, fo r whom
ami phyiscal condition of women and
After disposing of tiie salary ques Franklin Lane, who, with Commission-
been transm itted to both houses o f Con the system is p rim arily designed and
maintained, and i f the state should do
gress by the President:
I the department of Commerce and Ui- tion tiie house passed the legislative, er James 8. Harlan, arrived in Chkago
this the Federal govern m en t could not by the general strike of seamen.
“ I inclose herew ith fo r your in fo rm a complain, since no trea ty rig h t could be
' l*,r. The urgent deficiency appropria executive and judicial appropriation over the Pennsylvania road from Wash-
tion the iin al report made to me p er violated when the children o f Japanese
sonally by Secretary M etca lf on the s it were treated p recisely as the children
ington on the way to Minneapolis'
tion bill was also passed.
uation a ffe c tin g the J»p»neH*> in Han o f all foreign nations.
where a hearing w ill be given the rail!
3 below zero with coal at $20 per ton.
Francisco. The report deals w ith three
roails and shippers of Minnesota.
m a ilers o f con troversy— m a t, m e e *-
Washintgon, Dec. 18.— During the
Intensified, esp ecially in labor circles,
Japanese warships w ill avoid San
elusion o f the Japanese children from by
“ When you come to think of the
report on the conditions in the
Washington, Dec. 1.3. — The senate
the San Francisco schools; second, the Haw the
aiian Islands as contained in B u l
b oycottin g o f Japanese restaurants, and,
to<lay listened to the second speech freight car problem, it is one of the big
com m itted partm ent o f Com m erce and Babor. The aster recur.
cally as it came from the committee on which has been made this session g«*t in this country,” said Mr. Lane
again st the Japanese.
claim Is made that white labor has been
A mining exchange has I men organ appropriations.
The early morning against the continuance of Reed Smoot “ Do you know that the average speed
“ As to the fir s t m atter, I call your alm ost e n tire ly driven from the H a
especial attention to the very small waiian islands, and that the Japanese ized in Chicago in connection with the session was devoted to tiie considera as senator from Utah.
It was deliv of freight tars is only 23 miles a day’
number o l* Japanese children who a t are gradu aly fo rcin g even the sm all
board of trade.
tion of District of Columbia business. ered by Dubois, of Idaho, who, after Just think of it! W ith the big bush
tend school, to the testim on y as to w hite traders out o f business.
ness interests of Chicago and other
tiie brightness, cleanliness and good be
"M a n y o f the forem ost educators in
Germans are confident of a tariff The exodus of members lias already reviewing in detail the workings of the
h avior o f these Japanese children in the
cities crying out for more curs, the
state, on the other hand, are stro n g
schools, and to the fa c t that, ow in g to tile
to the action o f the San agreement lmtween their country and
tiieii being scattered throughout the ly opposed
inent connection therewith, concluded ‘empties’ are leisurely making their
cisco board o f education.
Japan tiie United States.
city, the requirem ent fo r them all to Fran
itted to the U n iv e rs ity o f
with the charge that President Roose way across the country.
go to one special school is impossible C aliforn ia, an
A fuel famine is on at Phoenix, Ariz.
“ Something is wrong, or this condh
o f fu lfillm e n t and means that they can and supported hy institu
velt used the weight of his administra
T h e y are
Washington, Dec. 17.— A pictorially tion to assist the Republican Mormon tion would not exist.
not have school facilities. l*et me point also adm itted to. and
If the average
g la d ly w elcom ed There is no oil and the gas and electric
out fu rth er that there would be no ob at, S tanford U n iversity. San Francisco, plants have shut down.
illustrated message from President
speed made by a freight «ar is only 23
jection w h atever to excluding from the so tar as known, is the on ly c ity which
vote in the last election.
Roosevelt portraying conditions ns he
schools any Japanese on tin* score o f has discrim inated again st Japanese c h il
A bill was passed providing regula miles a «lay, we might as well have the
Governor Mead lias appointed a spe found them on the isthmus of Panina
It is obviously not desirable that
I talked w ith a number o f prom i
for fishing vessels to prevent old wagon trains and oxen bark. They
young men should go to school with dren.
labor men. and they all said that
during his recent visit occupied the
The on ly point Is the exclu nent
collisions at sea.
Adjournment was made as g«>od time as that, and there
they had no objection to Japanese c h il age of coal in Washington.
sion o f the children themselves.
were no rates or rebates or wrecks.
atten din g the p rim ary grades: that
taken at 4 p. m. until Monday.
T Otnber of
wanted Japanese children now In
Printed copies of tiie
Charles G. Washburn lias been elect session today.
W hat is the cause of this state of af-!
the public schools In San Francisco was they
m e governm ent nas a l
handsomely bound, were
fairs? W ell, that is for us to find out,
p riv ile g e s as children o f other ed congressman from Massachusetts to message,
ready directed that suit be brought to school
Washington, Dec. 13. — Tiie house and we hope to do so in a very short
nations, but that they were unalterably succeed tiie late RockWood Hoar.
placed on the desk of each senator and
test the con stitu tion ality o f the act in opposed
the reading of tiie document was closely today, on tiie request of Representa tim e.”
question; but my very earnest hope is in g the p rim a ry grades.
There is little doubt in London cir
that such suit w ill not be necessary,
Preceding the Panama mes tive Pollard, of Nebraska, adopted a
"T h e objection to Japanese men a t cles but that James Bryce w ill be the followed.
Mr. Lane said a number of com-!
and thut as a m atter o f com ity the c it i
sage, tiie president’s recommendation resolution directing the judiciary com mercial organizations had suggested'
zens o f San Francisco w ill refuse to de ten din g the p rim ary grades could v e ry
p rive these young Japanese children o f read ily be m et by a sim ple rule lim it next Britisli ambassador to the United respecting public lands and the naval mittee to investigate the legal ques
and ativocated a reciprocal demurrage
education and w ill perm it them to go to
tions involve«! in the much-criticized law that would compel the railroads
niose grades. A ll o f the teachers with
personnel were received and read.
A Montana man whose cereals won a
“ T h e question as to the violence
The senate agree 1 to the holiday ad payment of a sum of money to Mr. in the event of unusual delay, to make)
the highest term s o f the Jap
again st the Japanese is most adm irably spoke in
children, s ayin g that they w ere gold medal at the St. I km is fair has journment resolution and w ill be in re Pollard for the period between March good the ilamage.
put by Secretary M etcalf, and I have anese
am ong the v e ry best o f th eir pupils, found there is not a particle of gold in cess from the end of the session Thurs 4, 1905, and July 18, 1905, at which
noth in g to add to his statement. 1 am clea
n ly In th eir persons, w e ll behaved,
e n tire ly confident that, as Secretary
time Mir. Pollard was electe«l to the
day next until January 3.
M etca lf says, the overw h elm in g sen ti studious, and rem arkably bright.
59th congress, to succeed Hon. E. J.
“ T h e board o f education o f San F ra n
m ent o f the state o f C a lifo rn ia is fol
General Harrison Gray Otis, of Ik *
ia w and order and fo r the protection o f cisco declined to rescind its resolution
Burkett, who was elected to the senate.
the Japanese In their persons and prop o f October 11. claim in g that, h avin g es Angeles, is seriously ill.
A resolution was adopted tailing M ovem en t to Pay M em bers o f Con=j
Commerce and Izihor of the Interna
e rty. Both the c h ie f o f police and the tablished a separate school fo r Chinese.
The government lias purchased a site tional Harvester company to ascertain upon the secretary of the Interior for a
a c tin g m ayor o f San Francisco assured Japanese and Corean children, the pro
gress M o r e Gains Force.
Secretary M etca lf that everyth in g pos
for a Federal building at North Yak whether it effects restraint of trade; a complete description of all public
sible would be done to protect the Jap code became m andatory.”
Washington, Dec. 18.—The time is
anese in the city.
I authorized and d i
also directing the senate judiciary
not far distant when congressional sal!
rected Secretary M etca lf to state that schools in San Francisco as mentioned
The Chicago A Northwestern railroad committee to report what authority reserve«! from entry since July, 1906, aries w ill be increased, this despite the'
I f there was failu re to protect persons in the fo rego in g com m unication:
and property, then the entire pow er o f Num ber o f pupils ....................
93 will build a_new $20,000,000 depot in congress may have under the commerce together with tiie the reason for such
faint heartedness shown by members (
the Federal governm ent within the lim Num ber o f schools they atten d ed ........-J
clause of the constitution to prevent in action. The report is desired that con
its o f the constitution would he used Num ber o f pupils at—
the house in tiie vote on the amend!
prom ptly and vigo ro u sly to enforce the
6 years old ......................................... \
The house o f’ commons has voted to
observance o f our treaty, the supreme
7 years old ........................................ “
ret»mmendations for the withdrawal of ment to the legislative appropriating
la w o f the land, which trea ty guaran
8 years old ......................................... 9 grant home rule*to the Transvaal and
bill last Friday.
It is the universal
teed to Japanese residents everyw h ere In
Washington, Dec. 17.— The house coal lands.
9 years old ........................................ "
the Union fu ll and p erfect protection
10 years old ......................................... 7 Orange River colonies.
Representative Lacey, of Iowa, intro- opinion of senators and Representative
fo r th eir persons and p roperty; am! to
that tiie present salary of $5,000 "J
11 yeurs old ........................................ ■>
A general strike has been declared at mas holiday! with a determination to duced a bill making $12 the minimum entirely inadequate, and that view ar
this end e ve ryth in g in my pow er would
12 years old ........................................ *
be done, and all the forces o f the I nited
13 years old ........................................ • all the ports of Italy and as a result dispose of as much legislation as possi 1 monthly pension to be paid veterans of
pears to be generally indorsed by th[
S tate*, both c iv il and m ilita ry, which
14 years old ......................................... ’
ble, to make way for the more active ' the war of 1861.
I could la w fu lly em ploy would be em
15 years old ......................................... t® there is serious injury to commerce.
people. Just how large an ¡niretuj
I call especial attention to the
16 years old ......................................... •
w ill be made is yet to be deten
concluding sentence o f Secret ary .Met
The Japanese ambassador to the work which will devolve on it when
17 years old ........................................
c a lf's report o f N ovem b er -•>. 190;'
18 years old ......................................... J United States declares it useless to
Wednesday, Dec 12.
Some are contending for $7,500, othe-
M e tc a lfs
19 years old .........
dressed to the President under date o f
20 years old ......................................... 2 think of war between his country and suspension of the rules. The Indian
Washington, Dec. 12.— Tiie house of for $10,000. The chances seem to ft
November 26 last, and In part Is as fo l- N u m ber o f pupils a t—
tolay went on record in vor the smaller amount.
appropriation bill was taken up and 15
lo w s:
F irs t grade ........................................ 7
There is a great deal of merit behii^
“ In m y previous report I said n oth
new spelling as re
Seeond grade .......................................J®
of the 57 [luges completer! when it was
in g as to the causes leading up to the
the movement for increased salaries f
T h ird grade ........, .............................. J- would «im pel railroads to install the
action o f the school hoard In passing
laid aside for the president’s message commended by tiie president. By a
Fourth grade .......................................**
senators and representatives. In timj
the resolution o f O ctober 11, and the
F ifth grade .......................................... J* . block signal system and license all rail concerning tiie Panama canal, which vote of 142 to 25 the following was
«•ffe c t o f such action upon Japanese
Sixth grade .......................................... *" way telegraphers.
adopted as a substitute for tiie item re [Mist $5,000 went farther thanitdei
children , residents o f the c ity o f San
Seventh grade .................................... 7
today; it was a larger salary, as st
Francisco, d esirin g to attend the public
K lgh th grade ............. ........................ 17
A million bushels of wheat are being reading, being listened to by a large ported by tiie appropriations commit ar: es went, and was more of an indue
schools o f that city.
A report on this Num ber o f pupils born In—
allowed to rot on Northern Pacific plat number of members.
m a tte r w ill now be made.
Japan .................................................... ..
ment than it is at the present time.
• It seem * tlm t fo r several years the
The pictorial feature of the message dicial appropriation bill:
U n ited Stntes ...................................... 25 forms in Central Washington, while
hoard o f education o f Ban Francisco had Num ber o f—
Tiie time was when the average a
“ No money appropriated in this act
afforded an opportunity for good na-
been considering the a d v isa b ility o f es
O lrls ...................................................... ..
gressinan could save money on a $5,0
ta b lish in g separate schools fo r l lilnese,
tured comment, the innovation of cuts shall be used in «connection with print-
But that time is past. It)
Japivaesc and Corea a children, and on
An influential Japanese paper says
’ ing documents authorized by law or salary.
" A boycott was maintained In San
M ay 6. 1905, passed the fo llo w in g reso Francisco from October 3 to October 24 the solution to tiie present trouble in in a state paper being looked on with
doubtful if a dozen men in congress i
lu tio n :
by members o f the Cooks and W aiters
•'•Resolved. T h a t the board o f educa Union again st Japanese restaurants do I the United States would be to allow public lands and the naval personnel thereof, unless the same shall conform able to stive a single cent of their pr
tion Is determ ined In Its e ffo r ts to e f in g business in that city. N e a rly all o f the Japanese to build their own schools
to tiie orthorgaphy recognised and usetl ent salary; a vast number of them:
were also read.
fe c t
separate the leaders o f labor organisations In
by dictionaries of the English lan pen«! much larger amounts each yet
sch ools fo r Chinese and Japanese pupils, San Fran cisco In terview ed on this sub and if necessary to get aid from the
and in a perfectly legitimate way.
licit on ly fo r the purpose o f re liev in g the je ct disclaim ed any know ledge o f any home government.
Friday, Dec. 14.
con gestion at present p reva ilin g In our form al action b ein g taken fo r the b oy
schools, but also fo r the higher end co ttin g o f these restaurants.
There is an upward tendency in the
Washington, Dec. 14.— But for the
that our children should not he placed
"A s a m atter o f fact, a m ost e ffe c t
Washington, Dec. 12. — The senate
cowardice of 100 members of congress,
N O E N G IN E S T O H A U L CARS
1u anv position where their youthful Im ive boycott w as maintained against hop market.
today confirmed the nominations of
pression * may be affected by association nearly a ll o f the Japanese restaurants
Russian terrorists tried to kill Ad
w ith pupils o f the M ongolian race.
located in San Francisco fo r at least
amendment to the legislative appropria William H . Moody, of Massachusetts, N arty 3 0 0 0
Pickets were stationed In miral Doubpasoff.
Em pties Are Idle
"And on O ctober 11 the hoard passed three weeks.
fro n t o f these restaurants and e ve ry e f
tion bill increasing the salaries of sena to be an associate justice of the Su
»lie fo llo w in g resolution:
Kansas City Yards.
fo rt was made to prevent people from
•• Resolved. T h a t In accordance with p
H ill lias abandoned his Great North- tors and representatives from $5,000 to
atron izing them. At tim es stones were
a r tic le X. section 1662. o f the school throw
Kansas City, Dec. 18.—The Jouij
and windows broken, and In one ern-Burlington merger.
$7,500 per annum.
Practically every Charles J. Ikmaparte, of Maryland, to
la w o f C aliforn ia, principals are hereby or tw n
d*reeled to send all Chinese. Japanese restaurants w ere struck bv these stones.
man who voted against tiie increase did be attorney general; Victor H. Metcalf, today says:
ot Corean children to the O riental pub
John Barrett, United States minister so from fear that his vote would react ; of California, to be secretary of the
A systematic inspection of the tej
"1 am satisfied , from inqu iries made
lic school, situated on Hie south side hy me and from statem ents made to to Colombia, is in Portland.
and result in his defeat two years navy, and Oscar 8. Straus, of New inal railroad yards here shows
o f Clay street, between P ow ell and M a mo hv the Japanese restaurant keepers,
York, to be secretary of commerce and there are 3,000 empty freight
son streets, on and a fte r Monday. Oc-I that the th ro w in g o f stones and break
Negro convicts in Mississippi revolted hence, anil nearly every man who votol labor.
to iler IS. 1906.'
ing o f windows was not done hy the men
standing idle in the Kansas City y&jj
negatively saw a grab in the legislation
• T h e action o f the hoard In the pass-1 pick etin g the restaurants, hut hy young and several were severely hurt.
proposal. The legislation was entirely | The feature tolay was a speech by because the railroads have not suffici
age o f the resolutions o f May 6. 1905, inert and hoys who had gathered In front
and October II. 190«. was undoubtedly o f the restaurants as soon as the boycott
Senator Rayner upholding the states’ motive power to move them,
Chicago lias arranged terms for own meritorious.
la r g e ly Influenced by the a c tiv ity or was instituted.
Tiie three congressmen from W ash | rights doctrines as involved in tlie are not less than 1,000 loaded
the Japanese and Corean Exclusion
ership of the street railway systems.
league, an organisation form ed fo r the
ington voted for the increase.
Binger 1 present Japanese question on the Pa standing in the yards here and
purpose o f securing enactment by the been made upon Japanese subjects resi
Cardinal Gibbons defends King Leo Herm ann voted against it, but he would cific coast.
dates of loading some of them shoj
In the c ity o f San Francisco.
rongrcKfi o f tin* Unite«! States o f a low dent
exten d in g the p rovisions *>f the e x is t was Inform ed by the c h ie f o f police that pold's government of tiie Congo state.
not be a beneficiary. French, of Idaho,
Resolutions were agreed to calling that they liad b«ien ready to move
in g Chinese exclusion a rt so as to e x
the Japanese consul he at once instruct
upon tiie president for information re tv.o weeks. There is no short»
clude Japanese and Corean*.
The pope says French political free was not present.
ed captains o f police to make every e f
Representative Jones, of Washing garding the seizure by Mexico of the cars here, but a shortage of engines
“ T h e number o f schools In San F ra n fo r t to stop these assaults, and. I f nec dom does not compare with that exist
cisco p rior to A p ril IS was 7K. ( i f this essary. to assign men In citizen s’ clothes
A t Sedalia, Mo., there are 261 eii
ton, today intnxiuced a bill proposing fishing schooner Silas Stearns, and di
ing in America.
number 2ft prim ary or gram m ar schools to accom plish the purpose.
to increase by 20 per cent the salaries recting the secretary of war to furnish freight cars by actual count and
it ml tw o high schools were destroyed by
“ These attacks, so I am Informed,
fire , and one high school was destroyed
President Smith, of the Louisville A of all civil service employes of the gov information regarding alleged experi Springfield there are 379. At To
h y earthquake, le a v in g 45 schools. Since with but one exception were made when
was In the im m ediate Nashville railroad, says political lead ernment on July 1 next.
ments with cholera virus at Manila re there are more than 300 empty <a
A p ril 1ft. 27 tem porary structures have no policeman
the yards; at W ichita about 200 air
been erected, m aking the total number neighborhood. M ost o f them w ere made ers threaten to confiscate their property
The first salary amendment to the sulting in 10 or more deaths.
o f school buildings at the present tim e by boys and young men: m any o f them
Hutchinson about 50 cars.
were vicious In character, and only one and denounces Roosevelt and the judges legislative, executive and judicial ap
appears to have been made w ith a view who fined the railways.
propriation bill today was moved by fied the general act by the delegates of
“ T h e O riental school, the school set o f robbing the person* attacked.
apart fo r the Chinese. Japanese and Co these assaults appear to have been made
Littauer, of New York, and was as fol the powers represented at the confer
G rip on C oal Land.
The Interstate Commerce commission
rean children. Is In the burned section. subsequent to the fire and earthquake
T h e re is on ly one Japanese student a t In Ban Francisco, and m y attention was w ill start at Minneapolis in January lows:
ence which met at Algeciras, Spain, in
Denver, Colo., Dec. 18.—lnves|
ten d in g this school at the present time, not called to any assaults made p rior to
"O n and after March 4, 1907, the April last, to draft a treaty com-eming tion into the Union Pacific on»|
and work West investigating the car
and there are no Japanese children a t the 18th day o f April. 190«
compensation of the speaker of the Moroccan affairs.
ten din g any o f the other public schools.
Opposition by the frauds in W yoming w ill not be,
**I know that these a'ssaults upon the
I visited the Oriental school In com
house of representatives and vice presi Democrats compelled the adoption of a ductive of any g«>od to the public
pan y with the Japanese consul and Japanese are u n iversally condemned by
found It to compare fa vora b ly with all good citizen s o f C a lifo rn ia
resolution disclaiming responsibility for the company w ill not only be pe*
m any o f the new tem porary structures months the citizens o f San Francisco States says his government assumed the rate of $12,000 each.”
the participation of the United States to ! to retain possession of the $60>
erected In the city. The course o f in and Oakland have been terrorized by control of the railroads to prevent
By a vote of 214 to 51 the amend in tiie program arranged by the confer 000 worth of coal land which it »j
stru ction Is e xa ctly the same as at the numerous m urd»rs, assaults and rob
ment was adopted. Littauer also in- ence as to the future of Morocco.
o th er public schools, and competent beries. both at day and night. The po American ownership.
to have gained illegally, hut nooffl
teachers are assigned fo r duty in this
of the Union Facicfi company »till
There is little hope of King Oscar’s
N e a rly all o f the pupils a t upon the Japanese, however, were not
L e t O ffic e r Rise Faster.
tending th is school have to he taught
fer because of their alleged fW
Accept President's Advice.
rohhery, but rather from a fe e lin g o f recovery.
tha FUgltah language
Washington, Dec. 18.— The president
racial h ostility, stirred up possibly by-
Washington. Dec. 18.— The presi This, Denver men interested in
“ I found the sentim ent In the state newspaper accounts o f m eetin gs that
The president w ill endorse ship sub yesterday sent to congress a special
v e r y stron g against Japanese young
dent's public land message sent to con earthing of the frauds say is tne
iron atten d in g the prim ary grades Many have been held at d ifferen t tim es re la sidy in a special messatge to congress message strongly recommending chang
to the exclusion o f Japanese from after the holidays.
gress w ill probably result in the early gram which has been prepared
o f the pcoplg were outspoken In their tive
the United States.
ing the laws as to the personel of the enactment of a law authorizing the leas Harriman railroatis.
condem nation o f
this course, sayin g
"W h ile the sentim ent o f the state o f
that th**y w ould take ex a ctly the same U a'lforn la. as m anifested b y the nubile
Two lake steamers collided off Duluth navy. He urges the necessity of such ing ««f public range along the lines he
stand again st Am erican young men o f utterances o f the Japanese and Corean
M ay Change Coal Land Ord«
s im ila r
ages atten din g
the prim ary exclu sion league, hy articles In m sny anil it is feared one of the vessels is lost legislation as w ill cause officers of the suggests, and w ill almost surely result
line of the navy to reach the grades of in the re[»>al of the timber and stone
I am frank to say that this o f the lead in g newspapers In the state, together with 31 men.
oblection seems to me a most reasonable hv declarations o f the p olitical parties
captain and rear admiral at less advanc act and the radical mo«iification of the dent's attention has been caMe<
one. A ll o f the p o litica l p arties In the In their platform s, and hv the passage
ed ages and w ill give them more exper-
s ta te h ave Inserted In their p latfo rm s o f a Joint resolution hv the state le g is
fact that his order withdrawn*
planks In fa v o r o f Japanese and F o lature on March 7. 1905. Is In fa v o r o f increase in it* capital stock from $155,- ¡«•nee anil training in the important desert land and homestead commutation
acts. Already steps are under way to entry 64,000,000 acres of Pubnc
rman exclusion, and on March 7. 1905, the the exclusion o f Japanese coolies, yet 000,000 to $250,000,000.
duties of their grades. Under the pres pass a law resting permanent title to suppose«! to rontain cnal dep**1 J
state le gisla tu re passed a Joint resolu the overw h elm in g sentim ent In the stste
tion u rgin g that action he taken by Is fo r law and order and fo r the pro
A ll copper properties in the United ent system of promotion captains are public coal lanii in the government and operating to shut off legitimate ft
trea ty or oth erw ise to lim it and d im in tection o f Japanese In their person* and
States and Mexico are now controlled commissioned at th* average age of 56 a hill providing some such law is like stem! and desert land entries
ish th* fu rth e r Im m igratio n o f Japan their property.
ese laborers Into the United States
and rear admirals at the average of 60. ly to pass.
"T h e c h ie f o f police o f the c ity o f San by Standard Oil interest*.
’ land which is not believed to ce
T h e press o f San Fran cisco p retty Francisco, as also the a c tin g m avor o f
coal. It is probable the op er
ge n era lly upholds the action o f the the city, assured me that e ve ryth in g
* 's rd o f e^oostlon
O f tne attitu d e o f nosslble would he done to protect the
Penalty fo r M akin g Cam paign G ift*.
mollified, permitting entry < * '
S teven* T a k * About C a n a l.
the m ore v iole n t and radical newspapers Japanese subjects In San Francisco, and been introduced allowing newspaper
Washington, Dee. 18.— The Tillman
it is unnecessary to *t>e*k fu rth er than they u rgen tly requested that all eases publishers and railroad companies to
New York, Dec. 12. — John F. Stev under anv exempt coal land * • ,
to say that th e ir tone is the usual tone o f sssau 't and all violation s o f law af-
bill, forbidding national banks and
ens, chief engineer, and J. G. Sullivan, showing that it does not contain «j
o f h o stility to ‘M ongol hordes,* and the '* • • " " » '*•• »aesn ese be at once reported
other corporations authorized by con
burden o f th e ir claim ts that Ja^an*«# to the c h ie f o f police.
assistant chief engineer, of the Panama
are no b etter than Chinese, and that
The kaiser i* in conflict with the gress. «* well as corporations in general Canal commission, arrived tolay on
T o rp s d o -P Is n tin g Boat f« r c
"1 impressed Very s tro n gly upon the
the same reasons which dictate«! the e x a c tin g m ayor o f the rltv . as also upon
the steamer Panama from Colon. They
clusion o f the Chinese call fo r the e x the c h ie f o f police, the g r a v ity o f the
Washington. Dec. 1» —
clusion o f the Japanese as well.
situation, and told them that, as o f f i bitter church war i* promised in Ger was oensidered yesterday by the cone expect to return early in January. In of war to lay approved the r « 1
“ T h e tem per and tone o f the m ore cers charged w ith the enforcem ent o f many than that now on in France.
mittee on elections of president avd ■peaking of the comiition* on the isth- !
ation of the chief of
con serva tive new spapers m a r b etter he th e la w and the protection o f pronertv
vice president, which decided unani mu* Mr. Stevens said: “ There are a t 1 appropriation of $1<5,
Illu strated hy an epitom e o f th eir ar- and peraon. you looked to them to see
mously to report the matter favorably,
iument upon the public school ques- th at all Japanese subjects resident In
made to construct . tarpon p lj
Ion That argum ent p ra c tic a lly Is as San F ran cisco were a fford ed the fu ll without fuel and a severe blizzard is with the addition of an imprisonment work on the canal 17,0W) mcu. The
fo llo w s The public schols o f C a lifo rn ia protection guaranteed to them by our raging. There is much suffering ard
best workmen are the Italians and the vessel for use in the har -
clause as well as imposition of a fire
are a state and not a Federal In stitu trea ty w ith Japan
Spaniard*. There ha* not been a death 1 cific^naet. They deem *,!*
The state has the p ow er to a b o l
" I f , therefore^ the police pow er o f San death is expected a* a result of the oold. ' for offenders.
Washington County News
A SPECIAL MESSAGE
President Sends Communication
to Congress on Jap Question. I
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since July, and very little sickness.”
1 tion of such a vessel highly