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I' •Kt.nT FI NDS TO UK I)E-
r o a r r u i» in w e s t e r n h a n k s
m a n y s id e s o k i m p o r t a n t
Message Will Probably Reflect
Washington, Nov. 17.— Subjecting
his guests, who were representatives
of many of the leading labor organi
zations of this country, to a rapid
Are of questions, President Roosevelt
at a dinner given by him at the
White House tonight endeavored to
learn what labor wanted from Con
gress and in what way he could be
of assistance to the toilers of the
While the President did not com
mit himself to any of the proposi
tions submitted by the vartous lead
ers present it was learned that he
sought a full expression of sentiment
from all of them.
The general impression prevailed
among the labor leaders after the
dinner that the President's message
to congress would show some of the
flavor of the conference.
What seemed most significant ol
all, both to the President and to
other government officials present
was the suggestion that congrest
should pass a bill of rights into
which all labor legislation should be
incorporated and should create a
would be to Investigate and make
public the details of controversies
between capital and labor.
Although many of the speakers
expressed their opposition to the
boycott and sympathetic strike propa
ganda, they urged that congress
should better define the injunction
power of the courts, and asked for a
modification of both this act and the
Sherman anti-trust law.
TAFT WIRE RETAIN NO MEM
BER OF PRESENT CABINET
Washington, Nov. 19.— A good
many aspiring politicians are cheer
ful over the information which has
Just reached them from what seems
to be authentic sources that Presi
dent-elect Taft will construct an en
tirely new Cabinet
tion has been gaining circulation
since the visit of Mr. Taft to the
Whit# House last Sunday.
President Roosevelt, it Is said, has
advised his successor to make a
clean sweep, of the present Cabinet,
■ot because it is not an efficient body
of men, but because he feels that if
several of the present Cabinet mem
ber» should be retained the public
might gaLn the Impression he had
fastened the men on the new admin
HENEY IS RECOVERING
Within a Few Week* Prosecutor Will
lie Able to Rc*ume Duties.
Washington, Nov. 16.— The name*
which are to handle the receipts ol !
the United States Forest Service, at- I
ter December 1, when its organiza
tion for the administration of the
National forests will be removed!
from Washington to six field dis-1
tricts in the West, have just been j
The designation of Western banks
to handle the moneys received from
timber sales, permits for stock graz
ing and for special U3es of various
resources in the National forests is
an innovation which will mean that
all the receipts of the Forest Ser
vice In the future will be deposited
to the credit of the Treasurer of the
United States and made available
for circulation in the part of the
country from which it is derived,
within the limits of the amounts al
lowed by law for Government de
posits, instead of being forwarded to
the Treasurer at Washington
The banks which have been named
and which have all consented to
serve the Government are located in
the district headquarters of the For
est Service at Portland, Denver, Og
den, Albuquerque, Missoula and San
Francisco. The First National Bank,
Portland, Oregon, headquarters of
the Sixth District, including Wash-
ington, Oregon, a small part ot
Northern California and Alaska.
REPUBLICANS LOSE 4
Democrats G r’n Six Scats in Next
Washington, Nov. 16.— The tern-!
porary rolleall of the House of Rep-j
reaentatives of the 61st Congress has j
been completed and published.
represents a complete list of thej
members of the new House as shown [
by unofficial returns and gives the|
politics of all of them. According
to this publication the next House j
will consist of 219 Republicans and i
172 Democrats, a total of 391, as
against a total of 389 in the ^louse I
during the last session, of w hom !
223 were Republicans and 166 Dem-j
The result Is a net loss of fourj
from the Republican side and a n et1
gain of six on the Democratic sid e,:
the discrepancy being due to the j
present vacancies. All told the Dem- \
ocrats gained 17 districts and the
DARY DISPUTE SETTLED
Washington, Nov. 1 6 .— The su
preme court entered a decree for
Oregon in the suit with Washington
involving a determination of the
boundary line between the two
The decree maintains the
middle north channel of the Colum
bia river as a legal boundary and
gives Oregon jurisdiction over Sand
This decision means that Oregon Is
owner of practically all the sand is
lands near the mouth of the Colum
bia and will hereafter receive thou
sands of dollars annually which fish
ermen have been paying to the State
of Washington as rental or license
Senator Piles represented Wash
in g to n and Senator Charles W. Ful
ton represented Oregon.
You say it is n ot so.
But why not? They have tongues.
A t any rate you have worn shoes that gave you pain with every step.
The expression on your face was such that everyone noticed it.
That kind of Shoe Talk is visible if n ot audible.
Then you have had SHOES, THE RIGHT KIND, that made you feel
PERFECTLY AT EASE. Your step was elastic, made you feel like
LIFE WAS WORTH LIVING.
A combination of Grace and Comfort
Such are the
“Star Brand”, Utz
(lb Dunn's TheJ.
Miller Co’s Shoes
T hese three
well-known brands, we feel safe in saying, are the cream of Shoe Manufacture in the United States or
in the whole world for that matter.
But how are you going to prove it? You say: We answer
W ill L e t Y o u H elp t o P r o v e It
By fitting you with a pair of the kind that you require at Moderat Price
Then they will talk for themselves
Try a pair and be convinced
See Display in Large Window
The Progressive Store
HOFFMAN ®> ALLEN COMPANY
ducted by Rev. Garrigus.
FOR S a l e — T en fresh milch
Han Francisco, Nov. 18.— The con
also a large number of bronze turkeys.
dition of Francis J. fleney, who was
I tis all smooth MtltnB when you place a Liner All G. W. Marsh, 2 i miles north of Col-
ahot and seriously wounded in the
Miss Adelaide McDonald went to
In this column. A few words here will reach 5.0C0
EA S T GASTON
crowded courtroom by Morris Haas,
readers and the results are certain. 5c line 1st neliuS On Route 1.
PaC. StS nhflne
Portland Saturday to visit relatives and
Insertion, 2M> cent* each subsequent insertion. Q c
la progressing nicely. It la expected
Minimum charge 10 cts.
o j ,
L. L. Paget is having his potatoes friends.
that Mr. Heney will be able to din-1
cusa the affairs of hi* office with hi
Mrs. L. Barnhard came out from
F o r S a l e — Good top buggy in good
volunteer assistants in the Ruef pros
FOR ^ ENT — Small ranch. Write
Ray Russell visited with his grand- Portland last week to see some of her
condition. Call at the News Office.
erutlon within a few days and that
D. Pierce Gales Creek, Ore., phone
a few weeks will see him back at his Motmlf Chit of Sympathy With the parents Saturday.
No 32 Inci. Gales Creek.
desk In the courtroom.
The shooting occurred during a
Notice of Final Settlement
R o o m s t o R e n t — W ith or without
brief recess In the third trial of
W ithycom be set out trees.
I the sick list for a couple of weeks but
Washlngton, Nov. 15.— 111 health j
Notice is hereby given that I, the
board. Apply at Aunt Ann Smith’ s
Abraham Ruef on the charge of
W. K. Newell has hauled several■¡s better at present.
undersigned administratrix of the estate
bribery, which is now In Its 11th I* the ostensible reason of Secretary |
residence. College Way.
of cider apples to Cornelius.
week. With uniformed policemen in
of R. M. Bisbee, deceased, have filed
Will Haney has bought the Barnard
the hall, half a dozen of ihe prose
Mrs. S. Shotwell visited friends in place and is now making some im- j F o r SALE — New Cream Separator; in the County Court of the state of
cution's »pedal detectives within a think they know say the resignation Forest Grove Friday and Saturday.
| capacity 45(J lbs, per hour.
John Oregon, for Washington county, my
provements on his place.
few feet, one of them detailed espe i has been pending for a week; that it
final account as such administratrix and
Dames, Gaston, Ore., R 1.
Mr. Fortberg received a ton of po
d ally as his bodyguard to see that was not to be offered without some
Jack Lock has built an addition to
that said Court has set Monday, De-
no attempt was made upon his life, heartburning and that hia ill health tatoes shipped from his ranch in
his house. It makes quite an im
Wonder c e r n b e r 7th, 1 9 0 8 , at 10 o ’ clock, ». m
and several court bailiffs and at was only a perfunctory reason
white seed oats. Edward Naylor. 39-tf ° f said dav as the time and the county
taches scattered about, the aguresa- sistant Secretary Newberry was ap
provement in the looks of his place.
Jas. Hill has nearly com pltted his
Ive special prosecutor was »hoi In pointed Secretary.
court room, at Hillsboro, Oregon,
It Is reported that friction between new residence and expects to o c c u p y !
alght of 500 persons.
the place for hearing objections to said
ments on his place. H e built a wood
The suicide of Haas, who killed President Roosevelt and Secretary
and the final settlement of
variety. Apply to A.
himself with a pistol roncealed about Metcalf developed from the time o f ! ** by Thanksgiving,
house last week. This week he has a
Peter Kern has been suffering from
hts person, is the subject of much the recent Newport naval conference
Forest Grove or farm
carpenter working up stairs.
Tetesa Bisbee, administratrix of the
discussion and the police authorities on the battleship doaign. Ever since , fame back caused by riding a disc
! near Centerville.
Estate of R. M. Bisbee. deceased.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Roberts gave a
are investigating how Hass was able
W. N. Barrett, Attorney for Estate.
to conceal the weapon with which he winter Metcalf has sided with the P^ow over rough rooty ground.
party Saturday evening to a number o f 1 FOR SALE— Good pony;
Thomas W ithycombe has received
took his life, after being searched Bureaucrats.
their friends, it being in honor of their »bought 800 lb. Price $15.00. F. J.
two or three time».
several boxes and bales of fruit trees,
MulTrHglM« Win Decided Victory.
daughter Stella's birthday. Supper Miller, one mile southeast of Forest
Notice is hereby given that the underlined ha*
are advance, one was that he had the
Chicago, Nov. 1 6.— The greatest and will set them out as fast as the was served in elegant style. All re Grove station. Bell phone 271. 1 4 - tf appointed by the County Court of the State of Oregon,
pistol hidden In hi» shoe from the
County of Washington, executrix of the es»t*
time he attempted to kill Mr Heney, victory In the history of 40 years' weather will permit.
Charles H. Olmsted, deceased, and all persons bavinl
turned to their homes feeling gay and
and It was overlooked by the police; agitation for equal suffrage in Illi
Grandpa Hill was out again to Sun-
A * Ir ,or Ke
claims against the said estate are hereby notified to pt*’
the other theory, the one that the nois was won today. The charter
a "*PP7' *n“
wishing Miss Stella many _ work.
Good wages paid.
Mrs. W. sent the same to me duly verified at my residence N*
( .r a n i l n a
District Attorney's office holds, is committee by a vote of 6 to 4 adopt day school Sunday. Grandpa and more birthdays.
|N. Ferrin, Forest Grove.
18 ft 120 A Street, in the City of Forest Grove. Oregon. w*1*
that the pistol was passed to Maas by ed a resolution declaring for a bill grandma art enjoying reasonable health
in six morrha from the date hereof.
some interested person while he waa
Dated thi* 10th day of November. 190f.
in spite of their advanced age.
RO SE J . OLMSTED. F.seoit»«
LIST your farms and other properties
questions o f policy which have to do
(F lm Publication, N o«™ *« 1J, 190SI
Spring Hill school house is very
with the municipality.
Denies t'hsnge o f Venue,
The bill will be drafted by the
w ef k
Grove National Bank Building. 27-tf
— M oney to loan on farm securtT
flan Franolaro, Nov. 18
Evangelis*ic meetings are
being ---------------------------------- — --------------------- W . H . Hollis.
•f Abraham Ruef, Interrupted by the committee, submitted to the charter and blackboard have arrived and school
■hooting of Assistant District Attor convention and If approved will go
ill begin Thursday morning with Miss held at Gales Creek.
! FOR RENT— Three farms in Patton
The News 11 .50 per year in advance.
ney Francis J. Heney In the court to the legislature.
Georgia Moore of Gaston as teacher.
Daniel Pierce has been repairing the 1 v »!ley. Address H. W. Scott. Forest
room. waa resumed at 9 o'clock this
appeared before the committee rep
The people about the Hill school foundation of his house at his n«w Grove.
morning where It * u halted last Fri
day afternoon by the bullet of thi as- resented 101 women's organisations house are preparing to erect a shed home in Gales City,
Judge William P. Lawlor of Chicago with a membership of
F o r R e n t — T he building opposite
It was headed by to drive
teams in while attending
Grandma Wilson, who has been on
Up-to-date in every respect
denied the application of counsel for
News office, recently occupied as a
Miss Jane Addams. ot Hull House.
services at the school house. An- 6»les Creek for some time, returned to barber shop. Edward L. Naylor. 5-tf
Ruef for ■ change of venue to some
other city or town In the state; de
other move in
the right direction ber home in Portland Saturday.
Prompt delivery morning and even*6
nted also In quick succession the G o v e r n m e n t S u e . S u g a r C o m b in e .
have already put down a
Mr. and Mrs. Wagner of Gales
F o r S a l e — Good 7 room hogse All milk and cream guaranteed
New York. Nov. 16.- T h e United They
motions for s continuance of thirty
diya until public feeling subsided. State* Government ha* brought six well on ;ne school grounds. We Creek, who have been spending a few close to car line 11100. T H. Little lutely pure and of the best q w w
hales, Forest Grove, National Bank
for the dismissal of the Jnry and the suit* agnlnst the American Sugar like to help keep
moving days >■> Portland, returned home Satur-
P R IC E S A R E R IG S *
empanelmeni o f a new one, and final- Reffntng Company to recover for
ty ruled against the defense on the felt urea and customs receipts of when they are so much benefit »0 the day.
— Milk 5c per quart; cream 10c Pff
request made to Interrogate Ihe trial about 13.600,000 on sugar delivered community.
Mr. and Mrs. Scholfiekl and family
Let THE N e w s do your iob work. Special prices on large ofders. De
twelve as to whether any o f them by the Havenmeyer and Elder refln-
of Patton Valley, spent Sunday with We _________
* * “ bou le* ,he 00,7 * * * *
waa prejudiced against the defense aa ertea in R-tikljr during the last six
Mr. and Mis. M L. Vuitent of GaJea good stock and most reasonable prices
fot b u ,in i** in ,he d%iry
■ result of the tragedy In the court- years. Tb* Government alleges fraud
1 la weighiag «hipateuta.
Meetings are now in progress, can- Creek.
We pnm evarytW
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