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BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. JUNE 28. 1902
and protection of the canal and
By section I the President is
Mootly Contpliuienls f’resilient,
given the alternative authority of
on It is Stand fur Irrigation.
Renate Adopts R jmmiikt Substi proceeding will« the construction «Te Conflict Between Carey Act
<>f an isthmian canal by what i»
unti New Irrigation Bill.
tute. Text of tl»e Bill.
Washington. June 21.—Repre
known as the Nicaragua route, in
sentative Moody called on the Pres
the event that he > h unable to s»?-
ident this morning to thank birr,
cure ratiHfactorv title to the prop
on behalf of the |>eople of Oregon
A dispatch dated June 20, from
The Spooner substitute for the erty of the New Panama Car-al
for his assistance in putting the ir
Hardware of Every Description.
Nicaragua Canal bill passed the Company and the control of the Washington says:
rigation bill through. He toid the
“Some fear has been expressed
acuate lust Thursday by u vole of ntcesHary territory from Colombia,
President that had it not been for
that the new irrigation bill would
untiring efforts the measure
12 to 34. It provide« that tbe Prea-
bear in furiously upon irrigation
never have passed the House,
idvnt, through the law officers of
projects already begun under the
nor been given consideration in
the Government, rhail dete mir.e
Carey act. paiticularly those re
whether a clear title con be obtain Rica and Nicaragua, the provisions cently commenced in Oregon But that body; that the measure wa»
ed to the Panama Company’s prop as to tonnage and drart of vessels.' it is the consensus of opinion of of incalculable benefit to the West,
erty rights and concessions. If ha as to harbors and as to works of those familiar with public land and the people of that section ap
shall be satisfied that such title cun riefense being the same a* in the legislation that there will be no preciated to what extent they were
be obtained, he shall purcha«»i tbe section relating to the Panama conflict whatever between the new indebted to him for his aid.
Mr. Moody also called the Presi
property, rights and concessions, route. Au appropriation is ruade Jaw and the Carev act. Enterprises
3 I ♦ for $ 10,000,1 00 If, in bin opinion, of such sums as may be agreed up that l ave heretofore been under dent's attention to tne editorial of
a clear title cannot be obtained, be on by treaty as compensation to taken under the Carey act will be The Oregonian of the 14th. strongly
shall proceecl to construct an Isth N caragtia and Costa Rico for con allowed to go on to completion, indorsing his message on Cuban rec-
I iprocity, and added that the people
mian cunul bv tbe Nicaiagua route. cessions and rights granted to the;
and in the future the two laws will
of his state generally believed with
The bill further provide» that a United State«
Section 5 appropriates $10.000, I work harmoniously. Under the Mr. Roosevelt on this important is
( I imorporated )
commission of seven «ball be ap-
new Lili when a tract of land ¡ b to |
pointed by the President to super 000 toward the project contemplat be reclaimed the Secretary of tae sue. The President deeply appre
ciated the support of the paper,
visa the work and to make arrange ed, and provides that appropria
Interior is authorized to withdraw
saying its comment on the sitúa-
ment« for all the details of it It
settlement all unoccupied
tion was exactly correct. He was
al»o provides that bonds in the
A General Sinking Business Transacted.
which, in his opinion, will
also pleased to know that the peo-
sum of $130,000,000, bearing 2 per
Dirscturs: W V. King, I S Geer, Geo. Fry, W. E. Trisch.
be benefited by the government
cent, shall be issued to raise money 000 should the Nicaragua route bej work-. These lands, after with I pie of Oregon approved of his course.
Senator Mitchell recently ad
with which to construct the canal selected
as •••••••• •••o®a»o »«••••
By section 6 provision is made; drawal, will not be subject to rec dressed a letter to tbe American
lamation by the states under the
Philosophical Society of Philadel-
mian cm.al bill passed by the sen that in any agreement with Colom- I ' I
act, but all other public arid
; tibia, which has in its possession
ate provides substantially as fol- bia or with Nicaragua or Costa Rica, |
the President is authoriz« d to guar lands will be.
the original journal of J<cwi» and
“It is probable that when the
j h M c M illen .
¡Clark, kept by them on their jour-
Section 1 authorize* tha Presi antee tbtm the use r>f the canal |
general Government, under tbe ir ! ney to the Pacific Coast. He said
dent to acquire for the United and harbors upon such terms as|'
rigation laws, shall undertake tbe
that, in view of tbe coming expos«-
States, at a cost not exceeding $40.1 maybe arranged for all vessels!
reclamation of a certain tract no i tiou at Portland, the people of the
000,000, all of the rights, privileges, | owned bv th M>e countries or bv ,
BIBNH CHAPTER a <). 49. <» E K
state would select land in that same
Mueta •eeond unit iuuith Momtav of
Pacilie Northwest are rmvious to
franchises, concessions, grants of their citizens.
locality under tbe Carey act. The
e.rb month in Uasomr lull, Voegtly l^F“M»in St —opposite Bank
procure this paper for republica
land, right of way unfinished works
I.»vena, W M
policy under the new law is to re- tion in pamphlet form, and asked
and other property owned by the
Mrs. JCunice Thois|>«<>n, Sue.
I claim lands whose improvement
if he might not have access to it
Ne.v Panama Canal Company ?f f ’hers, to be nomi atul bv the Presi-'
hu-s not heretofore been undertaken
M ARMUEN A OI.AI’.Y
j long enough to have it printed as a
Fiance, on the Isthmus of Pana dent and confirmed by the Senate
and which are now unoccupied.
W L. M.’«4»n.
John w Gaary.
¡Senate Document. The society re
ma. and al! it.« maps, plans, draw, They are to have charge of con
“Tbe Carey act.it will be recalled
Physicians <C S ar y eons.
plied that they had recently enter
iiigti and records on the Isthmus of struction of the canal, are to be I
allows states to acquire not to ex
ed into a contract with New York
Bui ns. Oregon. Panama and in Paris, including subject to the jurisdiction and con-!
ceed 1,000.000 acres of arid lands publishers by which they are to re
¡ill tbe capital stock, not lees, how trol ofthe Executive. At least three
fjKT Office at reaidrnr«. 'Phone 20.
Hl' KNS LODGE, SO. 93, A o V. W.
upon their reclamation bv the produce this journal in full in ela
ever, than 68.863 shares of the of the seven ure to be versed in the |
M**«ta »• Brown hull ev-rv Eiul.iv eve
and when so reclaimed, the
Vi-iting hnilhor« (rut.-r'iallv in-
borate style, and under their con
Panama RailioadCompany, own'd science ofeng.neerii g; at least one!
not the Government, de i tract they cannot lend the papers
v«la«t. Tins« Sagers, W M
¡(iüH A BÍGU r
is to be an officer of the Army, and .
rives the benefit from its sale.”
J W. Bigi«.
for that purpose.
canal company, provid’d a satis another in officer of the Navy (
Senator Ilansborough, who intro- ■
inent of engineers from the Aruiv; duced the irrigation bill intheSen That the cattle business of Amer
can be obtained.
ate, is firmly convinced that there ica is now founded upon a rock
I Section 2 authorizes the Presi and civil life, and other necessary:
will be noconflict whatever between ; must be plain to every mind. With
I fE^ilfliav m Hank ItuiMing.
dent to acquire from the Republic persons. The commission is to re-1
new legislation and the old I ! receipts of cattle that would lie-
of Colombia exclusive and perpet port to the President and give to
act. He thinks rather than very excessive under any conditions
Tltl K CHULE. N<> 1A5. WOMEN <»F
ual control of a strip of land not Congress such information as may;
Weotcraft. Mei*»« 2nd sn*l 4*1» Tin*«- Y^ uiiamhà fi izukk à LD
development under the prior to 1897 we see the price of
Sat .1 Unían’« lull Mrs TiUi • Iordan,
less than six miles wide from the be required
Carey act, which has heretofore' beef higher than it has been in 25
•Mrs. Ione Whiting
Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean.; Under Section 8 authority is
been availed of but little, the new; - vears. With the cattle of six of
and the right to use and dispose of i given for th«- issue of $ 130,000,000,
I mw , Notarial and Peal Estate 1 the wate>s thereon and to excavate. | gold bonds a' 2 per cent to meet i law will induce even more develop our leading corn states forced upon
Ciiurclt A nnouiu-eiiivn ts.
ment under that act than ever be- I ; the market by a lack of feed or
¡construct and perpetually to main-,1 the expenditures authorized by,
Sunday School at Harney the
He believes if there is any water or both : with a large u.ajor-
Burns. Oregon. ' tain, operate and protect thereon a the net They are to be issued from fore
first Sunday of tach month at 10 ZW“OiL< e in old .Masonic building
in cost, that lands re- * itv of the cattlemen of those .it
¡canal of such depth unJ capacity time to time ns the proceeds mav
On th» second,
o'clock, A M
the Carey act can states out of the market as buyers,
1 — ■
¡as will afford convenient passag«’ be required are to be in denomina
third and fourth Sundays of euch I
for ev“n less we have seen the price of beef-stead-
'of ships of the greatest tonnage and tions of $20 or some multiple of
month at 3 o'clock P. M
water rights • ily increase, and the expanding
¡draft now in use, from the sea to that sum, redeemable after 10 years,
inj services every second Sutidny F
¡* aide of the packers force them to
the ocean; this control to include and payable in 20 years, the inter
at 8 P M
Practical Lmd Surveyor.
! till their coolers with leancarcass»»
I th»* right perpetually to maintain; est to be payable quarterly’ in gold
At the Preabv terian church
that ordinarily would have found
Harns, Oregon, and operate the Panama Railroad, coin.
They arc to be exempt from
Burns. Rev. A J. Irwin pat> tor.
^eir way to the feed yards.—Ex.
of the ownership thereof, or con- taxation, are to be disposed of at
Divine services the third and fourth
j trolling interest therein, which ehall! not less than par, ami are tobeopen
Sundays of each month at 11 a. m.
tive Mondell, who managed it dur-j A new postal card will appear
have been acquirer! *>y the United to popular subscription. None of
and 7;.'U> p. m Sabbath school at
ing its consideration, together with during the mouth which is describ
Staler; also juris»liction over the these bonds are to be sold to pay'
10 a. in. every S.ibb.ith morning. I .Votary Public 'inti Ctnreyancsr,
H. Maxwell, of the National ed as a great improvement on pre
atripand the poits.it the ends there the sums appropriated in sections 11
Commission, all agree vious issues, as it leaves a broad
Preaching services at the Baptist'
¡of; to muke the necessary police and 2 of the act or the $10,000,000
MnrtKaga«, Deed», Etc , «orreetly made.
will be no conflict be blank space akng the top ofthe
church every Island 2ml Sundays.: I Office al Utore.
and sanitary rules and regulations, appropriated by section 5.
laws, and the one face of it wide enough to carry th®
morning arid evening. Sunday j
est iblisb judicial tribunals to en
retard settlementor ! postmarking and thus preserve it®
school evt>ry Sundav at 10 *. m.l
force the same. The President also many persons that the recent con
the other. They legibility. The stamp on it wilt
prayer (»eeting every Thursday ! H. VOLP, A. M . M. D ! mav acquire such additional terri
one scheme lie a portrait of the Lie President
tory and rights from Colombia as
Services at Christian Seicnee!
Physician and Surgeon.
' in his judgment will facilitate the
This is an error. Mr. Chamberlain to those offered bv the other.
Hall, corner east of the Bank, «‘very ■
I general purpose of the act.
A bill granting pensions to the
has about 250 plurality. In 1878
1 By section 3, $40.000,tXXX is ap
Sunday at 11a. in. and 8 p m. 1*1 Office at residence.
War Veterans of Oregon has
“Kings are only men.” savs an
* was elected over Reekir.an
Oregon j propriated to pay for th« property Tliavcr
S rviee Wednesday evenings at 8. Burns,
the senate and house, and
bv a plurality of 69 The vote for exchange. How true. Divest King
Everybody is invited to attend i
of the new Panama Canal Company ' Thayer was 26.201; for Beekman, Edward of his royal attire, clothe now goes to the president for hit*
and a sufficient amount to pay
WAN l‘KO— THl’STWOKTHV MEN ANU
16,132. Tn 1866 the cunteat be him in a wool shirt and blue over approval.
womeiHt- travel and a«lvrrti«v fur old •■tab- Colombia for the territory acquired
II.Nhrd hotijo wi »olid flnanclnl siandlnn Salary
tween Woods and Kelly was near alls, place a chew of Muleshoe to-
The Supreme Lodge, A. 0. U. W,
97NOa ye r and expense», all payable in cakh. from that country for building the
b cco in his jaw and stand him up at Portland Wednesday decided t«*
N > rativavRlng required. Give references an«!
enclose self-addressed »tampan enveloped. cnnal.
The President is then,
A<ldre..M Maaaxer, .<•>» Caxton Bldg Chicago.
tween Chamberloi t and Furnish. alongside- of an Oregon rancher, hold the next session in St. Paul.
through the Isthmian Canal Com
The vote for Woods wa« 10,283; i and the most observing student of j
wantkd - severa L persons or char - mission, authorized by the act to
for Kelley. 0956. Plurality for men would not l>e aide to determine Governor Geer has decided to
nclerind rood reputation In each »t*te(on«> in
this county required)to represent ai.d advertlxe proceed with the construction of
which was the king and which old call ii apeciai session of the .legisla
old •i4*teliah«»1 wealthy hiislne»« h«»n«e •>( »olid
ture to pass a ilal salary law.
Tnsox M arks
«-..f, . e.eh
Uje wQrk aln(kdy do ,e.
Governor Geer has granted a full
Wedne-ulav direct from head offlee.«, II nr»«'a
C opyrights A c .
and carritf«» furui>hcd. when nccr*«ear” Ref
Portland Journal: Governor Whit
Do unto others as you think
Anfuo* • wk W ik *
r »»«1 d^twirtpilon mnt
•retire«. Enclose nelf addressed stamped «n- canal is to be supplied with all pardon to Frank Ingram, the con
nnlRtly MOVt*n <»ur
J‘r«* wbetbrr rb
•elop« M«na<rr, 31« Caxton Building. ChtcRro.
(iiTantbna 1« ppivlinbly patent m 1>I* < gib muni r*.
would do unto vou—and do it*
ri*>n«Krleflrcn«fl(|eiifl*L llandtiGOton Fatcuts
Miten« r for »ecurintr pauwita.
Patents tak*»«i tnr»>tnih Munn A Co. rcielrt
«wfUd, without ahnnro, Ln thn
construction of safe and commodi and Merrill from murdering the Governor Moody are the only living
The Fort Hall Indian reservation,
ous harbors at the termini of tbe guards and escaping. Ingram was ex governors of the stute. To them
Pocatello, wac opened to »cP
calatkm nt «nr nelcnni)'- |-nrii«l. d »««,«. W •
Thia etgaatnrv la on every hoi of the genuine
»•w. tour wvitb«. H. Bold byall ti»w»rtoiler«.
Laxative Bromo*Quinine Tablet. as mnv lx? neecsiary for the safety
BOTH LAWS GOOD
Geer & Cummins
THE CITIZENS BANK
F 9t„ WaabJftgtvti,!». ’ -
'•>• r.moily that «ware* n mill lu oat «lay