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C H IL D
BUREAU O PPO SED.
S e n a to r Bailey, o f T e x a s, H a s
at V ie w s o f W o m a n .
Madero Will Deal Summarily Willi
P o lic y o f D iaz it A d o p te d in D e a lin g
W ith E n e m ie s o f G ove rn m e n t
— T r o o p s W a tc h B o rd e r.
W ashington, D. C.—The proposal
for a children’s bureau in the d ep art
m ent of commerce and labor to inves
tig a te and rep o rt in all m atters affect
ing the w elfare of children, was de
bated in the senate w ithout action.
Senator G allinger opposed the bill,
contem plating an unw arranted in tru
sion into p riv ate affairs. He discussed
criticism s of the reports made by a
child labor bureau a few years ago,
and said th a t these reports revealed
nothing worse than the “ turkey tr o t”
dance in vogue in W ashington City.
Mr. Heyburn attacked the bill as a
discrim ination against the poor and
Senator Overman branded it as un
Senator Smith, of Georgia, made
his maiden speech in support of the
bill. He said it would be of v ast ben
efit to children, w ithout in terferin g
w ith sta te rights.
Senator Bailey attrib u ted the b ill’s
popularity to the influence of women,
who, he said, should confine th eir a t
tention to subjects outside the halls of
“ The more a woman knows about
the things she ought to know ,” he
said, “ the less she knows about things
we are doing h ere .”
Senator Stone characterized the bill
as inquisitorial and involving unlim
author of the bill, said th a t the bureau
was as much w arranted as many of
the ex istin g governm ent offices.
Oefeal Mexican Rurales and Lib
S e a t o f P ro v isio n a l G o v e rn m e n t E s
tab lished at J u a re z — R e v o lu
tio n ists G a in S tre n g th .
LO NDO N
NEW SBO Y
I S H E IR .
G r a n d s o n o f R ic h C a lifo rn ia n B e g in s
S u it f o r E state.
San Francisco— By an action filed in
the Superior court here, a London
newsboy became a co n testan t for a
The suit, filed by Mrs. Am elia A.
D ierks in behalf of E tienne Buillard,
a lad whom she found selling papers
in London two years ago, reveals the
story of the boy’s abandonm ent in
P aris, a fte r the death of his m other
and the discovery, according to Mrs.
D ierks th a t he is the grandson of the
late Dennis Hayes, a w ealthy pioneer
m ining man of C alifornia and th a t he
was restored to his relativ es by the
chance m eeting w ith his benefactress
The boy’s claim to a share in the
H ayes estate of approxim ately $100,-
000 is entered in the su it ju s t filed.
Mrs. D ierks found E tienne Buillard,
then 12 years old, selling papers in
London two years ago.
“ You speak like an A m erican,” she
“ My m other was an A m erican,” re
plied the boy. “ She died and I have
alm ost forgotten her, b ut she tau g h t
me to ta lk .”
The boy’s mem ories of his parents
w ere vague, b ut Mrs. D ierks learned
by investigation, she says, th a t his
m other was A nnette Hays, daughter
of Dennis Hayes, and th a t she had
been m arried to E tienne Buillard, a
ag ain st her fa th e r’s wishes, and gone
to P aris to live. F u rth e r inquiries re
vealed the w hereabouts of an aunt,
Mrs. Cecilia Laib, living in San F ran
cisco, and E tienne was taken to her
by Mrs. D ierks. The luxury of the
Laib residence palled on th e boy and
he le ft w ith in a week, going to the
home of Mrs. D ierks, w ith whom he
has since lived.
Mexico |C ity £ — W ithout blare of
El Paso, T ex.—Ciudad Ju arez will
trum pets and w ithout official proclam
be the se at of the provisional govern
ation the Federal governm ent proposes
m ent proclaimed by the supporters of
to employ the drastic methods of Diaz
according to an
in resto rin g peace. Im m ediate appli
nouncement made by the revolutionary
cation of the new policy will be the
ju n ta here.
A t th e conference of
n atio n ’s only apprisal of it.
Gomez’ chiefs held in Ju arez it was
This is the substance of a statem ent
determ ined to send a rep esen tativ e to
by a cabinet m inister. S w ift punish
W ashington to confer w ith P resident
m ent is to be the portion of all a g ita
T a ft and it is expected he will leave
tors who can be reached, w hether of
th is city w ithin a day or two.
gun or pencil.
A few new spaper
w riters will be deported, it is said,
Chihuahua, M exico.— N inety m u ti
under th a t provision of the constitu
neers, aided by a score of recru its,
tion which provides for the expulsion
a fte r a sharp fight, compelled Govenor
of undesirables. Public parades and
Gonzales to release from the p en iten
stre e t orations are to be prohibited in
tia ry Antonio Rojas, form er m ilita n t
cases w here the purpose is in any
p artisan of Emilio Vasquez, and th ree
of his followers.
m anner connected w ith the political
Gonzales surrendered to the de
mands a f te r th ree hours of fighting
This prescription is in accordance
near th e prison, in w hich the loyal
w ith the governm ent’s diagnosis of
rurales w ere commanded by General
the revolutionary disease th a t has
Pasqual Orozco in person. The m u ti
broken out in so many parts of the
neers agreed w ith Governor Gonzales
to q u it fighting if the four prisoners
Official figures place the loss in
w ere released.
death, both north and south, since
H E R R IC K IS N A M E D .
Seven ru rales are known to be dead
January 26, as follows:
Federáis, 34, rebels, from 222 to O h io M a n P r o ff e r e d A m b a s s a d o r s h ip and several wounded. Of the la tte r
is Silvaro Orozco, cousin of Pasqual
272, and noncom batants, 10.
to F r a n c e
The dead include Captains
Unofficial reports, apparently well
W ashington, D. C.— P resident T a ft Salgo and D utierrez. The rebel losses
founded, add to these figures 15 Fed
has offered the post of am bassador to are y et unknown.
eral dead and 45 rebel dead.
Rumors are cu rren t th a t more bands
One rebellion is recognized, th a t of France to Myron T. H errick, of Cleve
Emilio Z apata, covering all of the land, Ohio. Inform ation of the presi in the hills will join th e rebels, and
sta te of Morelos and portions of the d en t’s desire to name Mr. H errick as residents of the city are not a t all con
F E W E R N E W S P A P E R S E X IS T .
sta te s of Hidalgo, G uerrero and Mex successor to R obert Bacon was ob fident th a t th e successful m utineers
ico and the Federal d istric t itself. tained here from excellent authority. will keep th e ir agreem ent w ith the
In G uerrero conditions are not greatly It was learned th a t the president in sta te executive. This did not include T o t a l L is t e d in A m e r ic a n A n n u a l 13
b e tte r than in Morelos.
There the tended when he le ft W ashington on a promise to surrender.
Le ss Than Y ea r A go.
The men still retain th e ir arms, and
d istric t leader of the revolt is Jesus his trip to Ohio to ask H errick to ac
h at th ere are few er
H. Salgado, who, like Zapata, is a cept the diplom atic post a t P aris, and it is believed will join th e cam paign new spapers in the U nited S tates than
form er officer in Madero’s revolution
The mob was led by C aptain Men th ere w ere a year ago is revealed by
ary arm y. He has been persistent in go abroad, to invite him to assume
figures presented in th e A merican
declaring th a t he is fighting for the charge of headquarters th a t are soon doza, who form erly was captain of the N ew spaper Annual, ju s t published.
cause of Emilio Vasquez Gomez, but to be opened in W ashington, in fu r R urale guard, b ut lately was d is A y ear ago the num ber of daily papers
there is little doubt th a t he and Za therance of the T a ft cam paign for re charged from the service by General was 2,472; the 1912 annual lists 13
F or the purpose of d istin
p ata are w orking together.
Dispatches from Columbus indicate guishing the defenders from the men less.
In th e sta te of Tabasco, there re
New England has lost four dailies;
mains a trace of the revolt of a few th a t P resident T a ft had authorized the of th e attack in g force, the form er New York fo u r, th e Middle W est nine
weeks ago, but th a t had nothing of a statem en t th a t he had not asked H er wore w hite bands on th e ir arm s. This and th e W estern sta te s 13.
national character. I t was specifical rick to ta k e charge of his pre-conven m easure was adopted as th e resu lt of
There were gains in th e Southern
ly against the governm ent. The por tion cam paign headquarters. In view confusion early in the fight.
and Middle A tlantic sections.
tion of Oaxaca on the Tehuantepec
W eekly and semi-weekly new spa
isthm us has yet a few rebels, but they here th a t H errick has signified his in can N orthw estern railroad has been pers are also few er in num ber.
are not operating against the Federal tention to accept the P aris post or has abandoned.
1912 annual nam es 16,229 weeklies,
governm ent. Reform of local condi asked for tim e to consider it.
40 less than in 1911, and 605 semi
M O N EY FO R F A R M E R S’ BO YS.
tions is th e ir cry. The list of u p ris
weekly, as compared w ith 617 in 1911.
ings was increased la st week by one
F u r s o f A ll K in d s B r in g G o o d P r ic e s
in Michoacan. Alleged abuses on an
hacienda account for th a t. The insur P a c ific C o a s t C o m m it te e to H a v e
B R E W E R S SE E H O P LAN DS.
— S u p p ly is L im ite d .
F u r t h e r H e a r in g F e b r u a r y 15.
rectos are chiefly field hands.
P ortland—The sharp advance in the
The puzzle was furnished by the
W ashington, D. C.— Secretary Stim- price of furs noted in the la st London E a s t e r n P a rt y L o o k in g In to P r o s p e c
garrisions a t Juarez and Chihuahua.
son, a fte r hearing a com m ittee from sales em phasizes the fact th a t the de
tive W e st e r n In v e stm e n ts.
The rebels in the South pretend a the Pacific Coast, postponed the pro mand is g reately increasing year by
Chico, Cal.— Several prom inent hop-
knowledge th a t the mutinous troops posed increase in fre ig h t rates over year, w hile th e re is a corresponding
are w orking under the same general the Panam a railroad and its steam ship decrease in th e available supplies, grow ers and rep resen tativ es of E ast
plan w ith themselves, but governm ent line from New York to Colon until according to a special cable received ern brew eries are in Chico looking a t
land suitable for purchase and arran g
officials profess to believe there is no February 15.
by H. Liebes & Co., of th is city.
ing for the care of th a t already ac
connection betw een the uprisings in
The rates w ere increased because
A t the London Jan u ary sales there quired.
The p arty consists of J.
the N orth.
Colonel Goethals had reported th a t the was an advance of as much as 50 per Birkenheim , of New York, and Flood
work of canal construction was being cent in certain lines, beaver, cross V. F lint, P. M. Rooney and W illiam
g reatly delayed by th e am ount of fox, wolverines, wolf and m uskrat Woods, of Sacram ento,
IC E G O R G E B R E A K S .
heavy fre ig h t throw n on the Panam a furs being included in the sensational guidance of P. Frazer.
I t also appeared th a t the rise.
Birkenheim represents a syndicate
T h r e e P e r s o n s S w e p t to D e a th in
road and the steam ship line had a
W hile there are said to be many of E astern brew eries and is endeavor
N ia g a r a R iv e r.
deficit of $75,000 during the qu arter thousands of beavers in Oregon, the ing to put into operation a plan w here
N iagara F alls—The g rea t ice bridge th a t ended Septem ber 30 last.
law prohibits th e ir slau g h ter and sale. by the brew eries will raise th e ir own
th a t has choked the riv er channel be
Portland is grow ing fa st in im por hops. I t is also understood they are
tw een the ca ta ra ct and the upper steel
tance as a fu r m ark et and the prices neg o tiatin g for the purchase of lands
J . J . H ill O n ly E x c e p tio n .
arch bridge below the falls for the
W ashington, D. C.—“ The heads of obtainable here are fully as high as already given over to hopgrowing.
past three weeks broke from its shor the railroads of the U nited States those th a t can be secured in any other
ing a t noon Sunday and w ent toward w ith the one exception of Jam es J. m arket, of the world.
F ig h t A b a n d o n m e n t o f P o s ts .
th e river, taking w ith it to their Hill are merely clerks for Wall
The following prices are in effect
W ashington, D. C.— N otw ithstand
death a man and woman said to be s tre e t,” said ex-U nited S tates Senator here for f u r s :
Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Stanton, of To F lint, of C alifornia, before the house
Mink, $4@ 6.50; raccoon, 90c(5) ing S ecretary S tim son’s rep o rt to con
ronto, Canada, and Burrell Heacock, in te rstate commerce com mittee.
$1.50; skunk, narrow strip e, $1<&2; gress recommending the abandonm ent
17 years old, of Cleveland, 0 .
stripe, 75c@$1.60; of many arm y posts, i t is im probable
“ PradC ally every one b u t Mr. Hill skunk, broad
Four other persons w ere on the ice has a board controlled by Wall s tre e t.” m uskrat, 20@30c; w olf or coyote, th a t any of the la rg e r posts will be
a t the tim e, but managed to get Mr. F lin t appeared to advocate th a t $2.25(3)3.50; grey fox, 7$c@$1.60; abandoned th is w inter. A D em ocratic
ashore in safety.
when any steam ship line, owned by red fox, $6f<i8.50; m arten, $6(3)8; house may in sert am endm ents in the
The bridge was considered safe. railroads, made rates or traffic com beaver, $6@ 8.50; fisher,
$12(320; arm y appropriation bill to carry out
For weeks the g reat fields of ice had binations, it be barred from the P ana badger, 4 0 c(3 $ l; lynx cat, $3(3)5; Stim son’s plan of economy, b u t the
been coming down the river, piling up ma canal. A govenment-owned steam w ild c a t, 75c<3,$1.60; o tte r, $10(3)14; senate is alm ost to a man opposed to
against the b arrier until it was from ship line was the only altern ativ e, he ringtail cat, 25<3.60c; civet cat, 10(3 his program, and i t is certain there
25c; house cat, 5(320c; mountain are enough votes in th a t body to pre
60 to 80 fee t thick and under the in said.
vent the abandonm ent of any im port
lion, $5(3;10; bear, $7(312.
fluence of zero w eather the g reat mass
The above quotations are on prime, an t post.
had become anchored firmly to the
S ta rv in g P h e a sa n ts Fed.
shore. The jam was about 1,000 feet
Hood River, Or. — B ut for the en well handled skins, according to size,
D eath C h e a ts O ffic e rs.
No. 2 quality accordingly.
w ide and in some places a q u arter of
deavor of valley orchardists, the large
a m ile in breadth.
Chicago— W hile h u nting for Antonio
num ber of China pheasants in this val
M aggierio, J r ., who it was thought
L in e r A lle gh a n e y S in k s .
ley would have perished from sta rv a
had been kidnaped, the police found
O n e K illed in T o n g W ar.
tion because of the recent heavy
the boy’s brother, Michael, for whom
M arysville, Cal. — The coast-wide snows.
The snowfall covering the can lin er A lleghaney, which le ft here they have been searching for three
w ar betw een highbinder tongs has ex ground for a period of th ree weeks has S aturday for C entral A m erica and the weeks, suspecting he had knowledge
tended to this city and Ah Loo, a well driven the handsome birds into barn W est Indies, sank 75 m iles east-n o rth of “ Black H and” outrages here. But
known resident, was shot from behind yards, where they have been feeding east of Cape H enry, off the V irginia Michael was not arrested . A few min
A subscription coast, a fte r a collision w ith the B ritish utes before the police shoved open the
and killed by two assailants, who dis w ith the chickens.
appeared. He was a member of the was taken in the Odell region, headed steam er Pomaron, according to w ire creaking door of the frigid back room
Suey Sing tong, which is in the m a by Mark Cameron, and grain bought less dispatches received here shortly in which he had hidden, death had
jo rity in Marsyville.
Kim Wing, a for the birds in the more thinly settled a fte r the d isaster. The Pomaron took claim ed him. He was tubercular.
all the pagsengers and crew of the
w ealthy local Chinese m erchant, ap communities.
A lleghaney on board and, convoyed by
pealed to the police for protection sev
7 6 , 1 2 8 , 0 0 0 B u s h e ls M o v e .
Jo n e s Introduces Bills.
the revenue c u tte r Onondaga, is m ak
eral hours before the shooting.
h at 76,128,000 bushels
says th a t six “ hatchetm en” have been
W ashington, D. C. — Senator Jones
of g rain have been m arketed on the
No lives w ere lost so fa r as known.
im ported by the Hop Sing tong to an introduced the following b ills:
Canadian Pacific railw ay th is year
E stablishing a sub-treasury a t S eat
nih ilate th e Suey Sings.
ag ain st 55,518,000 bushels for the
W a r of W e a v e rs Bitter.
tle ; raising the salary of the collector
H o w E le cte d B y H o b o s .
of customs for P uget sound to $7,000;
M anchester, E n g la n d —The unrem it same period last year is shown by re
ports ju s t completed. Of the form er
C incinnati—Jam es Eads How, of appropriating $80,000 for a lighthouse tin g w arfare which is being waged by total 61,740,000 bushels are w heat
St. Louis, the “ m illionaire hobo,” a t Cape Spencer; $100,000 for a lig h t the w eavers ag ain st nonunionists has and 14,388,000 oth er g rain s; w hile of
was chosen national chairm an of the house a t Cape St. Elias, A laska, w ith caused the au th o rities to d ra ft a large th e 55,518,000 bushels,
and Casual $30,000 additional for small lights body of e x tra police into the city from bushels were w heat and 11,911,000
W orkers’ association of the United along th e A laska coast; ap p ro p riatin g various p arts of L ancashire for the bushels other grains.
S tates. A lexander Tyler, of Cincin $50,000 fo r a fish culture statio n on protection of w orkers who do not be
long to the union. The trades union
nati. was elected secretary, and Cora the Pacific Coast.
Mayor Jo in s Tw o Tunnels.
ists also refu se to recognize the Ro
D. H arvey, o f St. Louis, was named
P o sto ffic e B ill F r a m e d .
man Catholic w eavers, who have or
Storm King, N. Y.— Mayor Gaynor,
treasu rer. The convention came to an
W ashington, D. C. — A ten-year ganized a union o f th e ir own.
R iot of New York, touched an electric b u t
end w ith an address by Professor
F rank Bohn, form erly of the U niver term for th e postm aster general, the ing has occurred in several localities. ton and fired the b last th a t joined the
elim ination of the en tire Postoffice de
two tunnels, sunk on opposite sides of
sity o f Chicago, on "S o cialism .”
C a s h P r o m is e d to P e rsia .
partm ent from politics and the ap
th e Hudson riv er for th e New York-
pointm ent of all postm asters by the
G e rm a n y to A d d to Force .
London — G reat B ritain and Russia Catskill aqueduct. The work o f con
B erlin—F ifteen thousand bluejack head of the departm ent instead of by will shortly advance to P ersia another cretin g the tunnel will be sta rted a t
I t is estim ated it will tak e
ets are to be added to the German the p resid e n t was presented in a bill $2,000,000, in order to relieve th e im once.
navy by the new naval bill about to be introduced by R epresentative Norris, m ediate necessities of the Persian about a year to com plete th is p a rt of
of N ebraska.
g o v ern m en t
th e work.
introduced in the Reichstag.
CH U RCH ES.
Disturbance Recorded at Stations
G la c ie r s G r o a n and C r a c k — People
R u s h In to S tr e e ts — C o a s t
M ay Change.
Church of the Visitation, V erboort
—Rev. L. A. LeMlller, pastor. Sun
day Early Maas a t 8 a. m ; High
Mass a t 10:30 a. m.; Vesper at 3:00
p. m. Week days Mass a t 8:30 a. m.
C hristian Science Hall, 115 Fifth
st., between F irst and Second ave.
South—Services Sundays at 11 a. m.;
Sunday school at 12 m.; mid-week
m eeting W ednesdays at 7:30 p. m.
F ree M ethodist church. F ourth sL.
betw een F irs t and Second Avenue.
J. F. Leise, P asto r. Sunday School a t
10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.; P ra y er meeting W ednes
day 7:30 p. m.
Valdez, A laska—V iolent earthquake
shocks, the severest ever experienced,
w ere fe lt over various sections of
A laska, the m ovement being from
Seventh Day A dventist Church, 3rd
north east to southw est, w ith oscilla stre e t—Sabbath schol 2 p. m., preach
tion through an arc of six degrees.
ing 3 p. m. each Saturday. Midweek
From Cordova came word th a t prayer meeting W ednesday 7:30 p.
heavy shocks w ere fe lt fa r into the in m. A cordial welcome. H. W. Vall-
terior. The tem blor was was felt on mer. Elder.
the coast as fa r w est as Seward, F a ir
Catholic Services. Rev. J. R. Buck,
banks and 350 m iles inland, w ith re
ports th a t the shock was m ost severe pastor. F orest Grove—Chapel a t cor.
of 3rd stree t and 3rd avenue south.
in the Tanana valley.
A t Cordova the first shock lasted 10 1st and 4th Sundays of the month.
seconds and caused buildings to sway Mass a t 8:30; 2nd and 3rd Sundays
Everyone rushed into of the month, Mass 10:30. Cumejiim
the stre e t for safety, but no dam age —l r t Sunday of the month, Mass a t
10:30; 3rd Sunday of the month.
A w ireless m essage from St. Paul Mass a t 8:00. Seghers—2nd Sunday
Island says all are well on the Priby- of th e month.
Mass at 8:00; 4th
Sunday of the month, Mass a t 10:30.
N ine minor trem ors of b rie f d u ra
M. E. Church, Rev. H iram Gould,
tion followed the first shock.
W here pastor. Second street, between F irst
there are only tw o-story wooden build
and Second avenues. Sunday school
ings no dam age was done.
The glaciers in the Copper R iver at 10 a. m.; Epw orth League a t 6:30
d istric t groaned and cracked ominous p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8:00
Mid-week prayer m eeting
ly during the earthquake.
Reports p. m.
received from points along th e line of Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
C hristian Church, corner T hird e t
the Copper R iver & N orthw estern
Sheridan, Miles and and F irst Ave.
Rev. C. H. H ilton,
C hild’s glaciers gave off a sound re pastor.
Bible school at 10 a m .;
sem bling ¡the booming of cannon as preaching at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.;
the ice groaned and cracked.
The P rayer meeting Thursday at 8:00 p.
terrific cannonading was heard 12 m.
m iles away. A t F lagpoint th e rum
bling of Sheridan glacier was heard 30 Way and F irst ave. north. Rev. D.
m inutes a fte r the first shock subsided.
T. T hom as—Sunday school 10 a. m .;
The crevasses in the glaciers are
filled w ith snow and it is impossible to Morning service 11 a. m.; evening,
ascertain w hether th e glaciers moved 8:00 p. m.; Junior C. E. a t 3 p. m.;
I t is believed, however, Senior C. E. at 6:30 p. m.
th a t the shock has so sh attered the ice
th a t when the glaciers become warm
K nights of P ythias—Delphos Lodge
in the spring they will advance and No. 36, m eets every Thursday a t K.
discharge more rapidly than ev er be of P. Hall. Chas. Staley. C. C.; Reie
Ludwig, K eeper of Records and Seal.
Owing to th e w arm w in te r and the
G. A. R.—J. B. Mathews P ost No.
strong northw est current, ascribed to
a change in th e course of the Japan 6, nicetii the first and third W ednes
stream , b ut accounted for by scien day of each m onth at 1:30 p. m.. In
tis ts as due to continued southeast K. of P. hall. John Baldwin, Com
gales, the earthquake has caused g reat mander.
excitem ent and there is much specula
Masonic—Holbrook Lodge No. 30,
tion as to possible changes in the A. F. & A. M„ regular m eetings held
first Saturday in each month. P. W.
The trem or w as of sufficient vio Kinzer, W. M.; A. A. Ben Kori, sec
lence to shake goods off the shelves in retary.
the stores and to stop clocks in all
W. O. W.—F orest Grove Camp No.
p a rts of town.
The steam ship Alam eda has ju s t a r 98, m eets in Woodmen Hall, every
rived here. H er officers rep o rt th a t Saturday. A. J. Parker, C. C.; Jam es
she was delayed by thick w eath er and H. Davis, Clerk.
A rtisan s—Diamond Assembly No.
27, meet« every Tuesday in K. of
S eattle, Wash. — The earthquake P. Hall. C. B. Stokes, M. A; Jo h n
fe lt a t Valdez, A laska, was recorded Boldrlck, Secretary.
Rcbekahs—F orest Lodge No. 44',.
on the seism ograph a t the U niversity
of W ashington, the record showing m eets the first, third and fifth W ed
th a t the oscillations began a t 1 1 :46 a. nesdays of each month. Miss Alice
m. Pacific tim e, and continued for a Crook, N. G.; Secretary, Miss C arrie
period of an hour and a half.
five m inutes a f te r the first vibration
I. O. O. F.—W ashington Lodge No.
th ere were two severe shocks, lastin g
two m inutes each, and separated by 48, mectg every Monday in 1. O. O. F.
Hall. V. S. Abraham, N. O.; R o b ert
an interval of one m inute.
Modern Woodmen of Am erica—
Lawrence, K an.—A violent e a rth
quake, supposed to have its cen ter in Camp No. 6228, m eets the second and
the northern p a rt of South Am erica, fourth Friday of each month. A. I*.
was recorded on the seism ograph a t Sexton, Consul; Geo. O. P aterso n ,
the U niversity of Kansas.
The d is Clerk.
Rosewood Camp, No. 3835 R. N.
turbance lasted one hour.
A., m eets first and third F ridays of
W ashington, D. C.— All five in stru each month in I. O. O. F. Hall. M ra
m ents a t G eorgetown U niversity re M. S. Allen, O racle; Mrs. W in if r e d
corded a seism ic d isturbance e s ti Aldrich, Recorder.
Gale G range No. 282, P. of H „
m ated a t not less th a t 2,000 m iles dis
meet« the first S aturdays of each
ta n t from W ashington.
month in the K. of P. Hall. A. T.
New Y ork—An earthquake of some Buxton, M aster; Mrs. IL J. Klee,
sev erity was reg istered on the seismo Secretary.
C IT Y .
graph a t Brooklyn college.
ord began a t 2 :30 o ’clock and con Mayor—G. S. Allen.
tinued until 4:09, w ith a m axim um Recorder—M. R. Markham.
shock occurring a t 3:41.
T reasu rer—R. P. Wlrtz.
Chief of Police—P. W. W atkins.
A lfa lfa T ild e n 's Fare.
H ealth Officer—Dr. J. S. Bishop.
Chicago— Edw ard Tilden, president Councllmen—John W lrtz, Carl L. Hill
man, O. M. Sanford, Rev. J. M.
of the National Packing company, su r
Barber. W. F. Schultz, H. B. Jo h n
prised his fellow defendants in the
U nited S tates D istrict court Thursday
man, O. M. Sanford and John Mo-
by declaring th a t he had eaten a
b rea k fa st of alfalfa, served in the
C ity School.
form of pancakes. “ T here is a g re a t
School D irectors—M. Peterson, Mrs.
fu tu re for a lfa lfa ,” he said. “ I pre
Edw ard Seymour, H. T. Buxton.
d ic t th a t in five years alfa lfa flour C lerk—R. P. Wlrtz.
will so be improved th a t it will be in
general use. I t may become a sub JiMtlce of the Peace— W. J. R. Beach.
s titu te for w heat. When it g ets to Constable—Carl Hoffman.
th a t point w heat will sell for 50 cents
a b ushel.”
Judge— R. O. Stevenson.
Sheriff—George G. Hancock.
R o a d s W o u ld Make Gift.
C lerk—John Bailey.
D enver — The D enver Tim es says R ecorder—T. L. Perkins.
th a t the Union Pacific and Burlington T re asu re r—E. B. Kappington.
railroads have agreed as p a rt consid S urveyor—Geo. McTee.
eratio n for th e rig h t to lay jo in t Coroner—E. C. Brown.
m issioners—John McClaran, Jo hn
track s on M arket stre e t to give $50,- Com
000 to the city o f D enver, th e money School Sup’t—M. C. Case.
to be used in in stallin g a large pipe
organ in the c ity ’s auditorium build
8. P. T I M E T A B L E .
ing. The money, it is understood, is
to be available as soon as the city
Sheridan No. 4 ...................... 8:27 a. m.
council passes an ordinance g ran tin g Corvallis
No. 2 ..................... 4:53 p. m.
the railroads th e rig h t of way.
P e arl F ish e rm e n S e iz e d .
P e rim —An Italian w arship took ten
prisoners from a n ativ e pearl fishing
vessel and killed two of the men who
trie d to escape by sw im m ing ashore.
The w arship bombarded tw o coast
v illag es—on Ja n u ary 24 and Ja n u ary
27. I t is expected th a t Hodeida will
br bombarded n e x t
Corvallis No. 1 ................
Sheridan Nr. 3 ...............
.8:44 a. m.
6:00 p. m .
SU B SC R IB E FOR
THE FOREST GROVE PRESSj
T he Live P a p e r w ith All th e N ew s. O nly $1
p er y ear. T he Preaa la equipped to do. and
doe*, th e Beat Jo b P rin tin g . E v e ry th in « in
th is line don • to please. P rice s rig h t.