The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, March 29, 1907, Image 2

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Millionaire Wall Street Magnates
Implicated With Ruef.
Heney and Burnt Assert That 1 hey
Have Only Begun Ruef Ex
pected to Confess.
Ban Francisco, March 21. Sixty-fivo
Indictments were filed by the grand
jury today against Abo Ruef nml 10
against T. V. Hatsey, of tho Pacific
States Telephone company. They nil
ctiargo bribery. Assistant District At
torney Heney and Federal Agent Hums
assert that it is only a beginning.
The total amount represented in the
indictments is 1218,750. When to this
ia added the amount which went to
Ituef and Sclimltx. the total will roach
$1,000,000 in five deals exposed today.
There a'ro moro deals of which tho
public lias small conception. They in
clude not only local magnates, but men
who havo mansions in New York, who
have, trafficked for special prlvato gains
iu San Francisco for their corporations.
It is understood that a power In Wall
street who recently testified before the
Interstate Commerce commission will
bo.given an opportunity to defend him
self. Tonight Ruef and Sclimltx aro abject
and forlorn. Tho entire board of su
pervisors has confessed. Schrnltx is
ready to do the same. Ruef Is awak
ening rapidly. Ily tho end of next
week the indictments which will
front him will bo mountain high,
that time It is expected that Rncf
offer to confess.
Sacramento River Never Known to
Be So High Before.
Sacramento, Cwl., March 22. Fiom
all down-river points como alarming
news tlmt the Sacramento river is high
er than ever known, and that tho sit
uatlon all along the levees Is appalling.
There Is nhttuly suffering and ivery
able-bodied man is assisting in the light
against Uio water that is pouring Into
tho blenches and inundating thousands
of acres of. the finest lurniing land In
tho state.
Specie I diixitchcs to the Union fiom
Freeport, Couitland, Wnlnut Grove
and Franklin statu that tho river hi
reached tho highest stage ever recorded,
and it Is predicted t list the ten ible
scenes witnessed during tho tremen
dous Hoods of 1004 will be surpassed.
Standing on the levee neat Courtlund
one may see for GO miles to tho south,
cast across an unbroken sea of water
which extends cleat to Stockton.
Thousands of catt'c tuo being shelter
ed on top of the levees, as (hero is tic
Eastern Oregon Farmers Relolclnrr
Over Recent Rain,
The Dalles Tho rain and snow which
fell here last week aggregated one Inch
moisture. Showers still continue nml
Sons ot American Revolution Want Es
says From Pupils of Oregon.
Tne Oregon society of tho Soim of
American Revolution offers prizes to
tho pupils of tho public schools of tho
the snow on high elevations, w,0,."tMif Owgon, for tMsays on subjects
By will
Admits of Deals With Hermann to
Steal Land.
Washington. March 21. Oregon con
victs occupied the limelight in the trial
of Dinger Hermann today, whllo men
under Indictment played minor roles.
8. A. D. Putc-r, the government's
heavyweight witness, was put on tho
stand this afternoon and began the
narration of his relations with Her
mann in connection with land opera
tions that have subsequently turned
out to bo ittttlJulcht.
1'utof was tirtcetll'd by Dun W.Tarp
ley, Who told in considerable detail tho
manner in which he, Horace G. Mo
Kinley and F. P. Mays attempted to
"get rich quick" through tho absorp
tion of land In the Blue mountain for
est reserve.
The stories told by Futer and Tatp
ley did not throw any new light on
eithei tho Blue mountain or the 11-7
land fraud cases, which were threshed
out In Fortland. But tho stories of
both men were retold today to show
their relations with Hermann and to
aid tho government in its efforts to
show Hermann's motive for destroying
tho fateful letterpress copybooks.
outer piace tor tiiem, nml It tho water
does not fall soon an indescribable con
dition of dhaster is considered inevit
This morning tho blockade on tho
Southern Pacific lines was made com
plete, when tho line to tho Kast was
made helpless by a washout of 200 feet
ot tiack at Applegutc, but during the
afternoon the situation changed for the
better when, with tho repoit that the
Applcgato washout luul been repaired,
came another ttatlng that it was ex
pected tho track would soon l open
through to Stockton.
A tiestlo was placed in the can at
tho Applegato washout this afternoon
and moro trains were dispatched Hast.
One ot these, a Portland train, will be
sent to I'tah and via tho Oregon Short
Lino. The Placcrvillo lino is in full
commission again, but no trains are
opeiated on the Mnrvsvillo brunch fur
ther than Wheatland.
On the Portland lino no trains are
running beyond Redding, tho tracks be
ing out at Uwwick. Campbell and Ken-
nett. and it is not cxncctcd tiiat travel
can be resumed bevond Redding for at
least ten days.
vnrlcd from four to six inches in depth,
is gradually dlapcnriiig.
This will further retard plowing and
seeding, which, on Ins to tho mlrv
condition ot the soil had but fairly
begun throughout the country. When
this last storm fell, farmers from tho
Tygh ridgo wheat bolt retried that the
conditions for spilng grain have not
been as favorable In many jours as
now, because of the heavy ficoslng
which loosened the ground to a depth
ot 18 inches, and the thorough soaking
inun the ileop snow and heavy rain.
Owing to tho long drouth and the
lateness ot fall rains, there is loos ncie-
ago in winter wheat than ustml, hut
under the preent favorable conditions
for spring seeding, there will U
about the usual annual acreage in
grain. Tho fruitgrowers regard the
late snow storm as most beneficial,
since It checks tho budding until dan
ger ot Hilling fioits Is past. No lost
ot shttp is feared, since lambing on the
sheep tanges of tho county has not yet
All Business In Stockton Suspended
by High Water.
Stocklon, Cal., March 21. Water is
running through tho streets ot this city
like a millrace. In some places it is
six feet deep, while in others it varies
from ono to threo feet, tho latter being
the mean average. All business is bus
pended, as most of the business houses
are flooded and the people in many
parts of tho city aro afraid to leave
their homes.
No portion of tho town escaped.
Main, tho principal business street ot
the city, is Uie high point, and even
here the water averages nearly a foot in
depth. All the cellars and many of the
first floors of tho business houses were
submerged and tho loss in the city
alone will tun Into hundreds of thous
ands of dollars.
Canadian Pacific to Enter Portland
on O. R. & N. Tracks.
Portland, March 22. Canadian l"a-
clfic trains will be running Into Port
land May 1.
Contracts wcro signed up hero yes
terday by trainc officials of tho Cana
dian road with R. B. Miller, general
freight agent for tho Oregon Railroad
& Navigation company, allowing the
use of the tracks from Spokane to Port
land. Tho Canadian Pacific now reach
es Spokane by the Spokane Interna
tional railway from the C. P. U.'h
main lino at tho Canadian boundary.
Freight service from Portland to all
points In Canada, at well as to the At
lantic seaboard, will 1) started Mav 1
by tho new trafllc arrangement. I"as-
scnger trains will be put on nt a later
uate. Through passenger service Is
promised from Portland to St. Paul.
Tho use of the O. It. & N. tracks by
Canadian Pacific equipment was ar
ranged for recently at a conference be
tween President G. M. Rosworth, of
the Canadian line and Trallic Director
J. C. Stubbs, ot tho Harrlman system.
This meeting was held in Chicago a
short time ago.
Electric Line at Milton.
Milton Tho Walla Walla Valley
Traction company now ho Its tracks
laid down to tho head ot Main street
in this city, ami It will bo only n few
lays when there will bo hourly service
between this city and Walla Wills,
Wash. This will bo a great benefit to
Milton nnd vicinity, and will material,
ly aid the already rapid giowth of Mil
ton. This city is now In a very pros
porous condition: all tho principal
streets aro Doing Drought to proper
grade, and many clianges for tho butter
liavo recently taken place. There will
soon bo a $10,000 hotel erected.
connected with mir war for Indepeiid
elice. Prlres of (30 and ("0 will Iwi
given for the first and second lst essay
resiHVtlvely, written on any ot tho fo.
lowing subjects: "Joseph llnint and
the Indians of the devolution," "Pub.
lie Schools as a Moans of Americanising
the Children ot Aliens," "Separation
of Church and State in America. "
The essays are limited to three llious-
and words inch, it int lo written In the
student's own handwriting on one side
only of the pawr, and accompanied by
a reriiucuto ot tne writer's teacher,
stating mat the writer Is n pupil in n
designated class, and that the teacher
believe the essay to be the pupil's own
unaided work. Tho essay must U
signed by the writer, giving also his or
her xwtol!lco address. They should U
forwarded to Mr. A. M. Smith, Fenton
building, Poitlatid, Oregon, ami slfimld
reach their destination not later than
the 26th of May, 1007.
In awarding these prises the commit
tee will lo govern! by considerations
of: Originality, accuracy of statement.
manner ot treatment, orthography, syn
tax and punctuation. These prize are
oiicroi io encourngw love or our country
and the study of IU history.
Additional Information may li ob
tained by writing to General Tlwiinas
M. Anderson, caro ot Tho Iluekugham,
Portland, Oregon.
Rate on Logs Will Stand.
Salem Tho state mllnsid commis
sion made public tho result of tho hear
ing at Ihillos, In I ho case of tho pcopto
of Falls City against tho Salom, Falls
City A Western Railroad company.
proUstlng against tho raising of rates
by tho road on logs nnd lumber. After
an impartial hearing and investigation
ot the matter, and there being no fur
ther remonstrance against the ruto be
ing Increased after It was thoroughly
understood and had met the approval
of tho commissioners, It was decided to
allow the rail raid company to make tho
Roadbed Torn Up by Slide.
Ashland, Or., March 21, Tho con
tinued rains of the past four days have
badly demoralized the main Portland-
San Francisco line of tho Southern Pa-
clflo for u distance of CO miles through
the upper Sacramento canyon region In
Ncrlhern California. The country
most soveieiy anecieu lies between His
eon on the north and Redding on the
south. In this section the Sacramento
rlvor has played havoc with tho rail
road roadbed at various points, whllo
at other places slides of serious propor
tions havo added to the difficulties.
State Will Pay Their Faro.
Concord, N. II., Murch 21 A bill
forbidding etato officers to use or solicit
roe passes on tho railroads passed both
houses of the legislature today under
suspension of tho rules, following a re
port from the judiciary committee,
By tire bill the governor Is authorized
to contract or railroad tranrpcrtatlon
for member of the legislature and
house cf congress as seeded.
Historic Fort Swept Away.
San Francisco, March 22. It Is re
ported hero that all reclsmaion districts
in Sutter county have been flooded.
."Vrar Jietiuian the water ia In tho sec-
ond stories of tho houses. Many fam
ilies are said to bo in want. KffciU
will be made to send them relief.
Probably all the stock in these districts
has been drowned. The people of Yuba
county district, abovo Marysvillo, aro
reported safe.
Near Tudor a break lias occurred
closo to an Indian mound which was
situated near the old iron fort brought
from the Kast In sections by General
John A. Sutter Jn tho days before gold
was discovered. Tho fords rcnottod
to havo been swept away.
Abandon River Surveys.
Salem Hscause the state legislature
did not co-oiK-rate with the state legis
lature In appropriating more money for
the work of the stato geological survey
In connection with tho reclamation of
arid lands throughout the state, Dis
trict Hydrographcr J. C. Stevens, of
the United State's geological survey, an
nounces that part of tho wcrk will havo
to bo abandoned and a number of the
stations cut out for lack of funds to
carry on tho work.
Office Short of Clerks
Koscbiirg Tho local land ollleo wiv
that there are from 000 to noo final
proofs nw siting uctlon. Delay has lioen
duo to lack of clerical assistance, rather
man to uio president's former older,
though net Ion on some proofs was do.
layed to some extent by that order.
Many of these cases have been (tending
since 1001, hut most of them huvu ac
cumulated slnro the reopening of this
office, January 8, 1000, after a suscn
sion of one year.
New Bank Examiner Chosen,
Salem James Steele, of Portland.
i..- i .-. . '. . .
ihui wtwi apixinici state ishik tram
mer. Ifu Is n brother of State Trca.
urer Steelo and was ono of the founders
of the First National hank at Portland
In 1808, and tutor was oonuectol with
tho .Merchant's National tank ot that
Mayor Schmtlz and Boss Ruef May
Qu Free If They Tell All.
San Francisco, March SO. Following
the wholesale confession ot incmU'r of
tho hoard ot Hiiorvlsor Mom the
gmnd Jury jesteiday, there was a
scramble today of bribetakers nnd
hrllegivers to grt fiom under. The
rush to Honey's olllce begun with dawn
mid continued far Into the night.
The greater iMit of the volunteer
army was turned away, but a few who
wire able to throw new light on some
of the bribery scandals went allowed to
(siitr forth their tales of degradation.
It may lie stated at the outset In ms
Itlve terms that District Attorney Ijing.
don and Assistant District Attorney
lienor will grant Immunity to those
siiMirvlsors who hnio confessed. It
may also lie stated that every iiicmlicr
of the original hoard, with Hslbly two
except 'osi, have eonhsscd.
With equal Mltivciici- It may Im
staled tliuiktho iiitlumto tibjett of the
prosecution Is not the conviction of
Mayer SchmlU and Aim Ituef. If
Schmltz mid Ituef will reveal the full
details jf their ricfadnu tninsncllott
and make conviction of the millionaire
lrileglvers doubly sure, they will eith
er l imrdoiied after conviction or will
be allowed to go free.
Should they reluse to confess th evl-
delicti nt hand will lie used swain!
them, nml it In siitllclent to send them
Isith to jail for the rest of their lives.
Convictions can la obtained nitnlnrt
Ituef which will result in n total I wo
olly of MO vears. Kurh time Itiiet
blrlied a suiiervisor he laid the founda
tion fur a fresh Indictment, and he
hilbcd IA of them time nml time agHln.
Olfcrcd Tiirms to Honey Nflilcli
Aro Promptly Rejected.
Honey as Dictator of the City
Impoach and Remove
the Mayor.
Oregon Middy Graduate.
Washington Km est Durr, of Haker
City, will graduate from Annaisdls
Naval academy this year, Isdng the
only midshipman from tho Northwest
to graduate this season, oieeiit Albert
T. (.'hutch, of llolso. Church stands IS
in n class of 100,
Nlcaraguans Threaten to Loot
lured Cities of Honduras.
Puerto Cortes, llondimrs, March HI,
via New Orleans, March 20. A turn of
sinistei significance wan given to the
Centml American war today by the
finding on the nrins (if raptured Nl
nimguan soldiers proclamations prim.
Ising them loot ot tho first cities which
they ran capture In Isith Honduras, ami
Americans In Puerto Cortes arc anx
ious, bivausn American residents are
the princiisil prnrmrtv holders of mot
of the lloiiduraii cltliH. Any doubt a
to the completeness nt sik'Ii a loot Is
dismdled nut only by the wnrdimr of
tho prnolttinatlons, but by the eix'rl
ence linit In 1HIM liy some of the per
son nut living at Puerto Cortes, who
wore nresont at thu looting of Cliolu
Umi, Honduras.
Mora Steel Men Strike at Hammond.
Hammond, Iud., Murch 22. Tho
strike situation ut Kast Chicago was
Intensified today when 3,600 men em
ployed by tho Inland Steel company,
walked out. Tho reason for the walk
out was tho demand of tho latwrers for
an increase of 25c per day, Six hun
dred men struck yesterday at tho Inter
state Steel company and 1,200 at tho
Kopnfjllc Jron A bteel company, and
tho walkout today brings tho total
number of strikers un to moro than 6.-
000 men. Some rioting occurred today
and one of the strikers was beaten.
Giving Away Sage Money,
New York, March 22. Announce
ment was inodo today tlmt Mrs. Russoll
Sago has donated 160,000 to tho
American Seamen's Frlond society, to
be used by that body in tho erection of
a proposed sal Ion home and Institute,
Mrs. Sago has also given (76,000 to tho
Syrian Protestant college, oflJelrut,
La Grande Settlers Rejoice.
Ia Grande Two thousand entrymon
in this district, who havo been waiting
for a month to two years for patents
from the government, will lw effected
by tho president's recent Instructions
to tho general lund oftlco to oxnedlla
tuo issuancu of patents. Tho local land
olllce is six months behind in tho work
here, a great majority ot papers being
held up In Washington.
Large Sums In Short Time.
Marshfleld Prominent business men
of North Ilend tulswrlbod 170,000 in
two hour at a special meeting for tho
pnrposo of establishing a building und
loan association in that city, Tho cap
ital stock of tho association will bo
(100,000. It has lccn established for
the purpose ot aiding iu the upbuild
ing of North Ilend and Coos Bay i
Die Orchards In Jackson. "t
Mod ford According to the report ot
Horticultural Commissioner Carson.-ot
the Third district, .350,000 frult.trerd
havo boon added to tho orcl ard wealth
ot Jackson county during the past year.
Tho acreage reported exceed 7,000, nnd
ot this amount, tho larger portion has
been devoted to Comlco pears und Spit-
Tax Money Received.
Oregon City Sheriff Ueatle has col
lectcd up to date about $100,000 lr
taxes, The time for tho granting 'of
rooaies lor prompt payment Is over,
and ull tho big tuxpayors of tho county
liavo paid in.
20030 j
Local Insurance at Eugene.
Uugeno Tho Merchants' Protective
association has decided definitely to
form a local mutual tiro insurance or
ganization, and a special meeting will
lie called within a few days for that
Wheat Club, 72c;
valley, 70c j red, 71c
Oats No. 1 white,
Hurley Feed, (22.50 per ton; brew
Ing, (23; rolled, (23.60021.60.
Rye (1. -1601.60 perewt.
Corn H'holu,(2-l. 60; cracked, (22.60
per ton.
Hay Valley timothy, No. 1, (16
in per ton; Eastern Oregon timothy,
(17018; lover, (0; cheat, (U; grain
hay, (0010; ulfulfa, (U.
Ilutter Fancy creumery. 32k.'16c
per pound.
Ilutter Fat First grodo cream .13 Xo
per pound second grade cream, 2c less
cr jwund.
Poultry Avuroga old lions, 16c per
pound; mixed chickens, He; spring,
fryers and broilers, 20Q22Jc; old
twitters, 10012c; dressed chickens, 10
17c; turkeys, live, 13Q16c; tur
keys, dir-HMod, choice, Bf20c; goose,
live, c; uncus, KK2)IMC.
Kggi Oregon ranch. lOke tier
Apples Common, 7fic3(1.25
box; chnlcu (1 6002.00.
.Vegetables Turnips (101.25 or
sack; carrots, (101.25 per suck; beets,
1.2601 .60 per sock; horseradish, 7
ha per pound; cauliflower, (2.50 per
Crato; celory, (3.600-1 per crato; let
liieo, head, 3546o per dozon; onions,
lO012$c per dozen; sprouts, Oo per
round; radishes, 30a per dozen; as
paragus, lOo per pound; rliuUrb, (2
2.26 per box.
Onions Oregon, 76Ci00o nor hun
PoJitoft? Oregon HurUinks, fancy,
(1.3601,60; No. 1 choice, (1.1001.25;
common, 76c(l.
Veal-s-Dreosed, 5l)o per pound.
Beef-rDresseil bulls. 3(rS3Un ner
..-.l ... ." '- '
pnunii; cows, ocjuoj country steers,
o(n o.
Mntton Dressetl, fancy, 100100
per pound; ordinary, 800c.
Pork Dressed, 00o ,wr pound.
Hops I)(312o per pcund, according
to onnllty.
wool Knslvrn Oregon avcrugo best
Chlld'Orowned In Crerk Fruit Crop
Msy.Uo Ruined.
San Joo. Cnl.. Msrrh 30. Man.
damukit has Imhhi done by Hood In the
creeks iu the Inst 21 Ihsiis than In the
pant 16 )irs. The wnhing out of
bridges, notably thu Southern I'aelrle
on the Almsilrn branch, will stop all
trallic from San Joro to I (latos by
way ot CamplMill fur weeks. The dam
age in thu vicinity ot the latter town
will reach many thousand dollars.
Fruit farmers generally are of the
opinion umi uiero win no light cron
this year, if soma do nut prove utt-r
failures. Thu rains are holluved to
have washed out murh of tho )lhn,
whlih will prevent thu blooms matur
ing Into fruit.
At Hun .Martin, Harold Hole, tho 6-
year old sou of n well known rancher,
fell Into the swollen Iigus creek and
m drowned. At Santa Clara several
families wrro driven from their homes
by the overflow of tho (luudaluupti
San Francisco, March UK. This was
by far tint most cinwtlonal day In tho
local graft situation. Mayor SchmlU
sent an emlsary to Asslstniit District
Attorney Heney and Itotccllve lliirns
and ssked for terms. When no pro-
(hmiiIs were forllHiinilng the agents of
the msyor made a delltiite pnixIUoii,
'Ihey' offereil a etuifessltHi from tho
mayor for complete Imiuunlty and his
oiuil luuuiirc In olllce until the expira
tion of, his tstiu on January I of next
jisr. The nffer m reJHel with more
speel thsti It was made mimI the lisgtttl
ntloiM rsiiw to a ipilek end. Tin- may
or's vmssMirles are ripn'twl to n-liirn,
It Is net thought that they sorliHwIy be
lleveil that the prtweculioti wtsuM ohi
setit to tin eimtlmMUCfiiif Selimlls In
mllce. Hut It was simply U rrvnte a
lilnt mi which they swuld yield In
future tirgtiUatltHHi.
SeeMhl only In Imixittatspe to the
overtures from the mayui wr the rev
rlstloti that 13 linllelmellts Iwd Iscen
voted ngalrmt Alitnlwwn K. IWlwIler, a
c pit s 1 1st from Ohio, who vbdlcd the
I'aclfle cwast last Apill In the Interest
of the Home Telephone eiHiiniuy.
1'lnns (or the futute govermnetit of
the city were evolved tulay by Mr.
Heney Dllrht Attorney lvugduu bihI
itiiuoipii npreesris. vv un gmir, rescu
ing Into slimsl every branch of the ell)
nffslrs, the functions of government
have broken down completely. Instead
of an orgaiilicd fium of admlnUtmtlon,
FritiieU J. Heney Is practieally dlitstor
-if the city ami county of Han Francisco.
The jH-oploaro toiitw t to let him ami
his inut-K-intoi work out the pinldem,
The plan Is to keep the bundling siiprr- f
vlsHirs In olllce for a time. They wtll
obey Mr. Kenny's orders). Of tills thru,
Is iHiduubt. Hliimld they refiwc, IihIscU
meiit, trial aisl couvkllon ami liu
prlsoumwit wiHild folhi-s.
While lhesiiirvliri remain Irmitlcn
sumiitary lHiearhitMit priwrwllitiss will
lie briMight against tlw mayor, and lm
will be reliHived by a Judge of the Kit'
iwrmr rtwrtaftera hnsruig, wliirh will
not occupy mors titan a few liotirs.
.Slunlti will be glvtsi a rlmiice to resign
to avoid illsmlMrtl,
After the ejeelhm nt Krhmllx from
the tilllro I he Ixnnl of supeivUoM w.ll
Ihi onleieil to elect as his ruciHysyr
some man to lie cIkwcii by Mf, Henrjy',
pmtwbly District Atlomey - Iandnn. v
After the new mayor asiimeaoillecVMfV
Heney will oritur the III lidfng U
rvlrois to ri-slgn ami they will tWliuJ
' ' :
Unwilling to Presecute Fencers.
Cheyenne, Wyo., March 20. Tho
announcement was made hslay that II.
M. Aiihsrrman, ot hvanslon. recently
ap(olntel United States dllrlct attor
ney fur Wyoming by President Rooso
volt, had declined to ntmllfy fur tho
ollleo cuuseil surprise lu local political
circles. It Is repotted hero that the
intention of tho adtiiliilstrutlou to In
sist ujvin criminal rather than civil
prosecutions in tho cases of Illegal fenc
ing of tho public niiigo hud a bearing
upon uio incision oi .tir. Aiitheriimn,
A new sulcctlon will bo umdo.
More Floods In Ohio Valley
Pittsburg, Murch 20. Tho Moiionga
hblu, Allegheny and Ohio rlveisaro rls.
Ing rapidly on account of heavy rains
throughout Weslcrn Pennsylvania.
Many small streams lu this vicinity are
already overflowing tholr batiks. Foru
castor Penny forecasts a 2t.foot rise by
tomorrcw noon.
Suit for Kingston Insurance.
Kingston, March 20, Tho tint suit
against tho Insurance companies to re
cover for losos sustained In tho earth.
quako was filed yesterday. Tho York
shire company Is the defendant, Other
companies will soon bo sued.
Successful Train Holdup,
Yokaterlnoslav, Russia, March SO.
Ton armed mon held up u train on tho
8enator Stona Says Wo Must If" Wo
Fight dspsn.
Kansas City, March 2.1. "tjtiljitl
Slalw Senator Wllllsui A. -rBonefflri .
the course ol a seceh hero last rilght'oi,
tho monthly dinner of the KjijfeTtfiii
Fnrkelub, said. ' ... . .
"If wo ate to haro scrloiislrpiibio
with any nation, it will Isu with Japan,
Jun wants the Philippines, hnni
not sure whether It would not Go'uost"
for all concerned II she should Stti-"
them, hut ono thing Is certalt'i.iidf
Hint is, sho will never get thBtmSaJtiiT V
our consent. Hut wo may havo trouble.
In keeping thorn, t f
"JniHin would selzo tho iirclilnolrtW.
and lua wtck, Wo could only send
over ii big enough Hint In wlixi jTm.m-
inni tho sea. That would Imi n Iiiiumi
nml oisHtly limk." ,4
Trovn Olf Express Oar, ' j
Palestine, Tex., March 23 Ah IraltT '
No. I of thu Inlerniitl'innl (Jient .SdrTh
urn, north ImiiiiiiI, was having Klkhart,
12 mlli-H below hero, Inst rilgliLJJx-a..
prtss Messenger Wlnsloy WoinaokTot
the Poolllo Kxpross company, 'miSjtin,
tucked and thrown out of tho carjjlifa '
wiiM not missed from tho truln3uriUltl
Palestine was reached and n HUIrfilSTrfW"
11 telejihono mrssiigo was rivolyctlifrOE
hi. 11 nt r.'lkl.... .(..ii 1.-. l.-.iir.X
: - -"i.i., luibiiiK lion mil
been nsniullo.1 by robhers, Tho;
iniiiocnrwas open when tho InK1
lunciieil Palestine.
Great Fire In Navy-Yard,
IViisalcola, Fla March 23,-
IUSI lilulll iluitrn...! 1... 11.11.... K? IS
i " 1 ,.".:";:"' ." " '"i.
... 1 t-iiMiiniiB navy yarn, eiitaiiing a
j.o,v' .""" "YlruKu v rmeo men uum up u iraiu on tuo oss of (176,000 In addltlnn l II. In
130180 per pound, according to shrink- outskirts ol this town secured loss tho luichhTory ami ; , Innm t fl
ago? valey.2()023o1aordlngto fine- 7,60l. !,, wlUi which thoy nude tho ginfi fjZ.1, f SS
weir escape. da Luzon were deaWovnd.
ojiu, Yiyi ivnx, occonnng
nos-ii0halr,ifijjolco, 28(J20o.