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48 ARE KILLED IN TWO
BURIED PASSENGER TRAINS
T HAPPENINGS FROM AROUND
S IX S P R A Y IN G S N E E D E D .
AID O R E G O N
M IN IN G
IN D U S T R Y
Avalanche S trikes G reat
Trains and Hurls Them from
T ra c k Into Gulch.
Washington, March 7.— The forestry j statutes and that the creation o f a
Everett, Wash., March 2.— Twenty- reservation question was discussed and court o f commerce, which the measure
Corvallis Man Gives Program fo r U p- Branch o f American Mining Congress three are known to be dead and 25 are the forest service was criticized by involves, would mean an expenditure
missing and a score are injured as a Senator Heyburn, o f Idaho, today, dur- “ wholly unnecessary,” Senators Cum
to -D ate O rchardists.
result o f the avalanche which swept ing consideration o f the agricultural! mins and Clapp today submitted the
Portland— Professor John C. Brid-
The Oregon branch o f the American down the mountainside above W elling
appropriation bill before the senate.
minority report o f the senate interstate
well, head of the department o f en Mining congress has been organized,
The measure carries an appropria-! commerce committee.
tomology at the Oregon Agricultural with headquarters in Portland. With a ton at the west portal of the Cascade
The report holds that the creation o f
college, speaking before the Apple view to making their organization in tunnel early this morning and brushed tion o f $5,703,700 for the forest ser
two Great Northern trains, one the vice, or about $4,000,000 in excess of a court the sole work o f which would
Culture club on the subject o f “ The clude all parts o f the state, the board
Insect Pests of Young Orchards,” o f directors will consist o f nine mem westbound Spokane express and the the receipts from the service. Mr. 1 be to try railroad cases, would be
other an overland mail train, off the Heyburn contended that the appropria- fundamentally wrong, and reminds the
dwelt on the different pests which in bers, not more than five o f whom may
narrow ledge o f the high line, hurling tion was increasing from year to year, senate o f the “ tremendous influences
fect the orchards o f the Willamette be residents o f Portland.
There are them to the oottom o f the canyon, 20
whereas assurance had been given that which will inevitably surround the se-
valley and outlined means for their ex three places in the board still to be
the service would be self-sustaining.
lection o f such a tribunal.” In the
filled by election of representative men
Coupled to the Spokane express was
He said the last administration had last three and a half years, the minor-
The peculiarities and habits of the identified with the mining industry
Superintendent J. H. O’Neill’ s private been conducted regardless o f the rights ity report asserts, there have been just
following pests were described:
San in Eastern and Southern Oregon.
car. This was carried over the preci o f the settlers in the West, and had 36 cases in which such a court would
Jose scale, wooly aphis, apple and There are at present fifty-five names
pice with the rest o f the train.
gone upon the theory that, where there have jurisdiction.
wheat aphis, brown apple aphis, apple- on the roll. All interested in promot
Three locomotives, four powerful was no law there should be no license.
In pointing out some things the sen
tree borers, grasshoppers and climbing ing the development o f the mineral re
electric motors, used to haul trains He expressed confidence, however, that ators think make the bill ineffective,
cut worms. In telling o f the proper sources o f the state should join this or
through the Cascade tunnel, the depot the country was now entering upon a they declare that it should include alt
sprays to be used in the battle against ganization and send their names at
at Wellington and a water tank were different system.
corporation common carriers, and that
fruit tree pests, he said:
once to the secretary. Members of the also carried away by the sli e and bur
there is nothing to prevent a holding
“ The summer strength lime spray Oregon branch must be members of ied under tons o f debris.
der consideration there was extended corporation from issuing all the stocks
should be diluted 24 times and the win the national body and the proper appli
Twenty-three bodies have been re discussion o f a provision appropriating , and bonds it may please.
ter strength 12 times. Lead arsenate cation blanks will be forwarded on re
covered, 25 persons are missing, and $78,000 for the investigation for the
A Democratic proposal to amend the
should be used in the proportion of two quest.
15 or 20 were injured in the avalanche drainage o f swamp lands.
tariff law threw the house into con
pounds to every 50 gallons o f material.
One o f the purposes o f the state or that thundered down upon the passen
A bill exempting
Senator Gallinger found in the para- j fusion yesterday.
“ A regular routine o f six sprays is ganization is the establishment o f a gers as they slept.
graph the possibility of entering on from the payment o f tonnage all ves
almost necessary to prevent the rav bureau o f information concerning the
Seventy people were aboard the Spo
sels stopping at ports on the Great
ages o f pests in the Willamette valley. mines, quarries and mineral deposits o f kane express when the slide struck it. the reclamation o f swamp lands and
said that if that were to be done, i t : Lakes having passed the senate was.
The first spray for the scab should be all kinds in the state o f Oregon, and
Forty o f these were passengers who
taken up for consideration.
applied when the petals begin to show the names o f the companies or individ were sleeping in the Pullmans. The would involve an expenditure o f mil-1
o f Nebraska,
color; the second spray for codlin moth uals owning or operating them with others were workmen who had been lions of dollars. Later, when Heyburn
sought recognition from the chair
and scab after the petals have fallen; the amount o f capitalization, number o f engaged in a battle against the snow suggested that the expenditure o f the
with an amendment providing for a re
the third spray o f lime sulphur for shares, treasury stock and full descrip blockade and who were using the day money should be confined to lands over
duction o f 25 per cent in the customs
scab alone two weeks after the sec tion o f the properties, with the amount coaches for bunk cars.
I f the government is going into duties on Canadian goods.
ond spray; the fourth spray o f lead o f development work done, the past
The last report received tonight this sort of thing, I wish it would take
The senate today discussed the ad
arsenate about July 1 for the codlin and present production, representative from Scenic says that the rescuers are
the rocks off the land up in New ministration postal savings bank bill,
moth; the fifth spray should be used samples o f ores, building stone, lime still struggling with ice and snow en-
which was still under consideration at
in winter strength, after the fruit is stone, gypsum, coal, or other mineral J deavoring to release the imprisoned
He said such a policy would “ swamp 5 :30 o’ clock, when a recess was taken
products of commercial value.
With ! passengers and recover the remaining the government,” and he warned sen until 11:30 tomorrow, to continue the
“ The apple tree borers found in this object in view the following reso dead.
ators that if they expected to curtail legislative day in accordance with an
healthy trees are round-headed. Flat lution was passed at the last meeting,
Reports that shouts and cries for expenditures to the extent o f $300,- agreement to vote before adjournment.
headed borers are found only in un March 2, held in the rooms o f the Com help have been heard coming from the
000,000 as Senator Aldrich had said
healthy trees. The best way to pre mercial club.
mass o f wreckage gives rise to the might be done, they could not go far
Washington, March 2.— A bill pro
vent the work o f the borer is to wrap
“ Resolved, That the chair appoint a hope that many o f those imprisoned in the direction o f this provision.
viding for the purchase o f $10,000,000
newspapers around the trunks o f the committee o f three members who shall are still alive.
worth o f real estate in Washington for
make a list o f all mineral properties
Several undertakers left for Scenic
Washington, March 5.— Representa the future use o f the government, was
“ In order to keep the San Jose scale being promoted in the state o f Oregon, tonight. It will be necessary to em tive McCredie today introduced a bill passed by the senate today. The house
from spreading, all young stock sold with all possible information concern balm the bodies, as the snow blockades fixing the size o f apple boxes to be voted down a proposition to provide
should bear a certificate o f inspection, ing them.
This information to be a between Wellington and Everett have used in Oregon, Washnigton and Ida residences in the foreign capitals fo r
and all stock not inspected should be record for public information.”
shut off all traffic except by foot. If ho at 18x11 1-2x10 1-2 inches, inside diplomats.
rejected and not planted.”
All owners o f mineral property are the bodies are brought out soon they measurement, and pear boxes at 18x11
Secretary Meyer and Senator Per
asked to co-operate with the organiza will have to be transported on sledges, 1-2x8. This is proposed as a substitute kins, chairman o f the naval affairs
Will Develop Coal Deposits in C oos tion by furnishing the desired informa
committee, held a conference today, at
for the Lafean bilil.
North Bend— G. Gilbertson has sold tion and by giving it their active sup
which the latter agreed to support the
M O R E S T O C K W IL L G R A Z E .
his ranch o f 83 acres on Kentuck inlet port as members. It is believed that
the senate, at the close o f the third administration plans for two battle
to W. B. Wright, a coal mine operator, full and accurate knowledge o f our
session o f the legislative day March 3, ships, three destroyers, two colliers, i
formerly o f Canada, for
$30,000. mineral resources will bring an era o f Governm ent Increases Num ber Al today passed the admi nistration pos repair ship and four or five submarines.
There are 20 acres o f the ranch, ac development that will benefit all and
The administration postal savings
lowed In National Forests.
tal savings bank bill.
cording to Mr. Gilbertson’s estimate, make Oregon, as it should be, one o f
bank bill may be referred back to the
Washington, Mar. 2.-—The amount
which cover veins o f coal.
It is the the foremost o f the mining states.
or of the bill and 22 against it.
The postoffice committee tomorrow, when
intention o f Mr. Wright to develop the
Address t ie secretary, Frederick o f stock which will be authorized to negative votes were cast by Demo the time comes for a vote on that
mine, the former owner only having Powell, 605 McKay Building.
measure in the senate.
in accordance with the decision of the crats, even McEnerny, who had voted
prospected the place.
Heyburn, o f Idaho, so intimated in
states that he has found an 11 foot N ew port to Have W ater by June I.
in the senate today on his
Newport— The new water pipe line crease in the total number as com his own party.
vein with nine feet o f good coal.
Chamberlain, o f Ore substitute for the pending bill. Wheth
pared with last year of approximately
is of fair quality, not as good as the
200.000 cattle and horses, and 500,000 gon, was the only Democrat who stood er he would offer the substitute, he
Beaver Hill coal, but better than the four miles o f pipe has been laid. W.
and goats. The total allowance with the Republicans in favor o f the said, would depend upon developments
Libby coal, according to investigations H. Lugger, o f Albany, inspected the
coming grazing season is 1,- bill.
made. It is estimated that there are line on behalf o f the city and found
“ I have heard many expressions o f
957.000 cattle and horses, and 8,323,-
about 240,000 tons o f coal which can everything so far to be in first class
orizes the various money order depart dissatisfaction with the legislation as
000 sheep and goats.
be mined, on the place.
" A number o f
The most important increase are in ments in the postoffice to accept sums it stands,” he said.
Adjoining the Gilbertson ranch is water into the mains and furnish same
o f one dollar or more from depositors senators have indicated a desire that
the big Glasgow tract, ownd by Sen to the consumers by June.
Except in Nevada, and to deposit these sums in the local the bill be recommitted, that it may
have further consideration before we
ator Bourne, the Ladd interests of
PO RTLAND M ARKETS.
where 1,000,000 acres have been added banks, where the money is to remain,
Portland and others.
This is a very
unless withdrawn by the President in commit ourselves irrevocably to the
Wheat — Track prices — Bluestem,
policy o f postal savings system.”
large coal area and Mr. Gilbertson says
creation of the Nevada forest, the in case o f war or other exigencies.
that the coal on his land is the edge o f $firstname.lastname@example.org; club, $1.04@ 1.06; red
A fter a brief discussion the senate
In case o f this withdrawal the funds
today passed the bill authorizing the
the big field on the Galsgow tract, Russian, $1.04; valley, $1.50; 40-fold,
range condition due to regulated graz
$ 1 . 10 .
which has not been opened.
curities , but with the proviso that issuance o f $30,000,000 worth o f cer
Barley— Feeding, brewing, $28 ton. ing.
Kentuck inlet is opposite North
such securities will not draw less than tificates o f indebtedness for the com
Corn— Whole, $35; cracked, $36 ton.
Bend. It will be necessary to trans
2 \4 per cent interest. The control of pletion o f irrigation projects already
Oats— No. 1 white, $email@example.com ton.
port the coal in scows from the mine
the funds is vested in a board o f trus under way.
Hay— Track prices— Tim othy: W il range resources of the national for tees composed o f the postmaster gen
The bill is intended to supply enough
to the city where it can be placed in
ests, that the forests may contribute
bunkers. Should a market warrant, lamette valley, $20 («21 per ton; East so far as consistent with protection of eral, the secretary o f the treasury and money to finish these works and it is
the mine could produce, when develop ern Oregon, $22f«23; alfalfa, $17@18; the forest growth, to the market sup the attorney general.
The aggregate contemplated that the certificates shall
California alfalfa, $16@17; clover, $15
ed, as high as 150 tons o f coal a day.
balance allowed to any depositor is be retired by money derived from the
@ 1 6 ; grain hay, $17@18.
$500 and no person is permitted to de sale o f lands redeemed.
Fresh Fruits— Apples, $1.25@3 box;
H igher Education Gains Ground.
posit more than $100 in any one month.
Washington, March 1.— Represent
University o f Oregon, Eugene— The pears, $firstname.lastname@example.org per box; cranber
Washington, March 4.— A fter labor ative McCredie today introduced a bill
New York, March 2.—Judge Hand,
annual report o f President Campbell ries, $8@9 per barrel.
Potatoes — Carload buying prices: in the United States court, suspended ing almost six hours today in an at appropriating $150,000 for public
shows that the total registration in all
60@75c per hundred; sweet until March 12 the preliminary injunc mosphere surcharged with electricity building and site at Centralia, Wash.
departments o f the university is now
A bill, which, if passed, would de
tion which he granted last Wednesday generated by conflicting opinions, the
1,170 students, o f whom 620 are en potatoes, 8c pound.
Onions — Oregon, $email@example.com per to the Wright company against Louis senate again failed to reach a vote on clare the members o f the “ beef trust’ *
rolled in the colleges o f liberal arts
Paulhan, the aviator. This action was the postal savings bank bill and took recently indicted in New Jersey fu gi
Every county in hundred.
tives from justice and compel their ex
taken so as to allow counsel for the a recess until tomorrow.
Oregon, with three
tradition to New Jersey to stand trial,
French aercplanist time to prepare and
represented Multnomah leading with
present appeal papers.
Under the March 3 is continued until tomorrow. was introduced today by Representa-
171 students. The Freshmen class in $1.25: parsnips, $1.
Senator Carter said seven or eight
Henry> of Texas, o f the house
Butter— City creamery, extras, 27@ suspension order, Paulhan is required
arts and engineering numbers 225,
representing practically every four- 29c per pound; fancy outside creamery, to file a bond for $12,000 conditioned senators desired to speak and he did judiciary committee,
* These individuals composing the
Butter fat upon paying the Wright company not want to guess how many other
year high school and academy in the 35<fi39c; store, 20(« 23c.
beef truat who have Jbe,en
state. Among the freshmen are also prices average 1 1-2 c per pound under profits Paulhan may realize from any speeches might follow.
Beginning at 11:30 o ’clock today the , 8 New Jer8ey Krand, Jury- ",",d Mr-
graduates o f 39 high schools and acad regular butter prices.
Eggs— Fresh Oregon ranch, 25(3 26c.
flow o f oratory
emies located outside o f the state o f
Cheese— Full cream, twins, 20c per
terruption until after 5 c ’olock when, hind the proposition that they have
Oklahoma Rap* Negro V o ters.
Oregon, an indication o f the large im
in despair o f reaching a vote Mr. | transacted no business in the state o f
migration into Oregon during the past
Guthrie, Okla., March 2.— The Okla
Pork— Fancy, 12("« 13c per pound.
Carter moved a recess until 11:45 A. j New Jersey and therefore could not
_ _ _ _ _
homa house o f representatives today
have committed a crime there, because
Veal— Fancy, 12(1112 l-2c. pound.
passed the Taylor election law, which
Another Million A c re * fo r O regon.
Poultry— Hens, 17(S18c per pound;
The senate commerce committee, in they were not personally present Thia
prescribes qualifications for voting on
method o f
reviewing the river and harbor bill to- is an . old dodge,
. . an . elusive
Washington— Senator Bourne
has springs, 17@18c; ducks, 18c; geese,
introduced a bill to give Oregon an
A clause excluding from the election
had been made to the house bill that a j A f^fr “
other million acres o f land to be dis- ; 25(fi27c; squabs, $3 per dozen.
franchise those whose fathers or grand hearing will be necessary before the President Taft today, leaders o f con»
Cattle— Best steers,
posed o f under the Carey irrigation
fathers were slaves will reduce the ne
announced that they would op-
act. Idaho has got such a bill through. > fair to good, $4.50<ft5; strictly good gro vote. The senate has passed the bill can be reported to the senate, and,
in casting about for items to be smeri-1 P « » ■ » amendments to the several
It is believed this bill will pass at
ficed, attention was centered on the administration bills when it became
this session. The passage o f a bill for 4.50; light calves, $5.50(ii6; heavy
provision for constructing a canal and apparent that the amendment« were
a government business commission to calves, $4(S5; bulls, $3.75@ 4.25; stags,
Cuban Bonds Command Prem ium .
locks to connect Lake Washington offered in a spirit hostile to the main
devise means o f economy in expendi- j $3((i 4.50.
London, March 2.—The Cuban 4 1-2 with Puget Sound, the government’s purposes o f the proposed legislation.
Hogs— Top, $firstname.lastname@example.org; fair to
tures is a victory for Bourne in the
Senators Aldrich and Crane and Speak
per cent gold bond* commanded a pre share o f which will cost $25,000,000.
senate. It was his original project. good, $9(« 9.50.
The Administration bill providing er Cannon were present.
Sheep— Best wethers, $6(!i6.50; fair mium o f 1 per cent today. The $5,-
He hopes to get it through the house.
The senate today passed the Bourne
to good, $email@example.com; good ewes, $6; 500,000 issue waa so largely oversub that the United States shall issue $30,-
scribed that the subscription books 000,000 in 3 per cent bonds for the bill, appropriating $1,500,000 for a site
Wallowa Ships 69 C art o f Hay.
Hops— 1909’ crop, prime and choice, were closed half an hour after they reclamation o f arid lands, may meet a and P°«tofflce building in Portland, the
Wallowa — January was a record
summary fate in the house.
proposed building to be used for the
breaker in'faay shipments from W al 20@21c per pound; 1908s, 17c; 1907s, were opened.
It is contended by members o f the j postofnee solely^
lowa, there being no leaa than 59 car 11c.
house that this is a revenue producing
Wool — Eastern Oregon, 16di20c
loads shipped out, aggregating more
Postponement o f Land Openings. *
Pacific Fleet O ff fo r Practice.
measure, and that such legislation can
than 650 tons. Besides this one car o f pound; valley, 22@24c per pound; mo
Washington, March 8. — President
cattle and two o f lumber were sent out, hair, choice, 25c.
Taft today announced a change in the
gunnery practice in the Santa Barbara committee o f the house.
Cascara bark, 4@5c per pound.
making a total o f 612 cars o f products
date o f the opening o f the Coeur
Hides— Dry hides, 17@18e pound; channel, the six armored cruisers of
shipped during the poorest month in
Washington, March 3.— Declaring d'Alene reservation lands in Idaho and
the year. This makes a good increase
the administration railroad bill would o f the Flathead reservation lands in
over the corresponding month for last 20c; salted hides, 9@10e; salted calf Real Admiral Harber steamed from
impair the efficiency o f the existing Montana, from April 1 to May 2.
this harbor today.
| skins, 14e; green, le less.