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Affi of nit ra
nominations confirmed .
| torla charter.
CABINET THE SAME
Senate bill No 207. to
Allea to Be Assistant Secretary of
President McKinley Renames All His
Treasury, With fisvsral Othars.
Senate bill No 56,
County Courts to declare 'innavigable
WASHINGTON, Marc h 6 The sen
WASHINGTON. March 7.—The pres
From All Parti of the New World “ In eg«< utlve session made the fol Large Number of the Act» of the streams highways for floating logs
ident has sent the follolng nomina
Senate bill No. 174, to authorize ex The Inauguration of President tions to the senate
Rumored Changes in Manila’k
and the Old.
llradsti'-c-t H Itaeldeii. of Maine to
pendlture of money for hatcheries
be consul of t|lu United Hiatus at Ba
Senate bill No 189. relative to bi
lumbla, to be secretary of state.
Lyman J Gage, of Illinois, to be tec-
Of INTERUT TO OUR MANY READPRS
Milton E Alles, of Ohio, to be as WITH ANU WITHOUT HIS SIGNATURE
Houee bill No 128, for distribution OCRING A HEAVY DOWN POCR OP RAIN rc tary of the treasury.
LOCAL OFFICERS WERE OVERZEALOUS
of laws and journals.
I ■laiant eec retary of the treasury.
Houae bill No. 276, to amend act
William A Rubles,
of Wisconsin, to
>m|>-*h«Mlv« Rtvkw ol th« Impartant ttap.
retary of war.
Hills That W«r« Pasted by Both Houin But
C smi of Alleged Treason Hereafter Will Be
creating Southern Oregon Agricul- Crowd ol 40.000 Ptrtona Witnoud th« C«r«-
ptningi of th« Past Waak h a
John W Griggs, of New Jersey, to
Which Old Not R«c«lv< Hit Approval
i tural societies.
Referred to the Governor Before
moni<> - Oath Adminuttred by th«
( und«na«d F orwi.
Until Altar Adjournment
Bowles to l.v < |||a-f construí tor and
Senate bill No. 1 138, making owners
ArreiU Are Made.
Charles Emory Smith, of Pennsyl
* 9 «
of vessels liable for
damage to pro
chief of the bureau of construction
Over gealoug pull«» offi< era In M a and repair, in the department of tbe
Governor Geer haa filed th« follow perty or land.
Manila. March 7.—It is persistently
WASHINGTON, March 4—William
John D. I-ong, of Massachusetts, to
Sila may •>” removed
Ing acts of the Oregon legislature
Henate bill No. 194, to ameud M< Kinley a second time is president
rumored here that Colonel Wilder,
be secretary of the navy.
A Ftul Stevens. Or. well digger was
George I) Gear, to be second judge vyhll« some of them were allowed to Soldiers' Home act.
of the United States. He was ushered
Ethan A. Hitchcock, of Missouri, to chief of the Manila police; Captain
Seriate bill No 62, to fix time of into that office in a city ablaze with
rescued after being entombed ■ 11 of the circuit court of the Aral dr become laws Without bls signing
Gaines, in charge of the Manila secret
secretary of the Interior.
them, most of them contain bls sig meeting of regenta of Htate Unlver- more and finer decorations than ever
I cult of th« territory of Hawaii.
James Wilson, of Iowa, to be secre service, and Lieutenant Killesple will
Marshal II Wooqworth, to be at nature
be ordered to rejoin their regiments.
have graced the holiday loving na tary of agriculture.
The first annual convention of the
Senate bill No. 29-, to authorize tional capital, whose streets re
orders to this effect have yet been
rattle (towers' association opened Iti lorney of the United Htate» for the «Henale bill No 76. to require street
It Is understood that Attorney Gen
rallwaya to provide vestibules or Portland to dispose of block 132.
; northern distric t of California
sounded to the tread of more march eral Griggs will remain in office until Issued. General Davis, provost mar
on atreví cars,
House bill No. 62. to consolidate of ing soldiers and sailors than ever the president baa been
John II Feeler, of Colorado, to be weather guarda
able to select shal of Manila, denied having recom
The appropriation for the Improve
House bill No. 126. to punish kid flees of Clerk of County Court Clerk have participated in a like function,
■ onsul at Amoy. China.
mended these changes. The officers
of Circuit Court and Recorder of and bad as witnesses to the ceremon
assert that the stories are
Edward II Anderson, to be sur napping
House bill No 183, to provide tor Multnomah County.
! veyor genera) of Utah.
ies a vast multitude, who cheered fre wtll send the nomination of Robert circulated by persons Interestd in
John D Rockefeller has given
House bill No. 21, to punish des quently whenever be or his vlce-pres- McCormick, formerly of Illinois, but trading with the insurgents. It Is
Post masters were confirmed aa fol- recording ■ hatte! mortgages.
(11.000 to Vanear college tur a now l<JW B
House bill No 237, to fix the bound tructlon of records on publfi' lands.
Identlal colleague was visible.
now a resident of the District of Co charged in certain quarters that the
Houae bill No 286, to < bang« com
Porto Rico Robert A Miller, at urles of Columbia county.
There has been better weather on lumbia. to be minister to Austria, vice police are over zealous In making ar
House bill No. 88. to require blds pensation of certain County Clerks Inauguration days, and there has been Minister Harris, resigned.
rests of alleged Insurgents under Gen
General A S Daggett. r«« ently ap- 1*0114 I».
House bill No 149, to punlsb dese much worse than that which attended
Oirgoit Robert II Robinson, Ar for furnishing public supplies.
polnle<l brigadier g«u«ral of tbe army,
The president Issued a new commis eral MacArthur’s proclamations. No
House bill No. 122, to punish tree- cration of United States flag
I llngton; C t. Cued. Dallas.
today's ceremonies. The day in the sion to Mr. George B. Cortelyou, as notification baa been given concerning
baa been retired
puss by cattle In certain counties.
House bill No 76. to amend act for early forenoon gave promise of being secretary to the president.
the trial of Carman. Carranza and
Cunimlasloner Itrx khlll. at Pekin, la
Houae bill No. 177. to define loca election of road 'supervisors.
ethers who were arrested by the po
In Montana George L. Wales. Mon
trying to buld down the foreign In
Houae bill No. 33, appropriating was in a capricious mood, and by noon
lice on charges of dealing with the In
tana, Daniel Arms. Philippsburg ; tion of natural oyster beds in Netarts
FOR MAYOR OF CHICAGO.
81000 for Soda Springs.
I John T Ingram. J M Hartley. Wil bay.
surgents, and the police have been
a slow drizzle had begun, which lasted
Nothing Is known at Madrid of the Ham II I William». P. T. Morris. Ed
Senate bill No. 162. fixing com pen with some intermissions and an oc
Houae bill No 229. to fix weight of
Carter Harrison Renominated by the ordered to refer all cases in which
report of alleged fighting on the Hpan win A Jones, low». Edwin S Hath standard bushel of oats at 82 pounds sat Ion of prison Inspector.
they shall subsequently obtain evi
casional lively downpour until late in
lab Portuguese border
Senate bill No. 79, correcting the afternoon. The worst of the wet
Hous« bill No. 346, to prescribe du
dence to the provost marshal for re
D Curtí». Montana;
boundary of Wheeler County.
weather, unfortunately, came just at Harrison was placed in nomination for port to the military governor for in
The lumber warehouse of I* Cuntí Mlles 1 Vananagh. Montana; Watson ties of Attornev General.
Senate bill No. 210, prohibiting sale 'he time that President McKinley was
vestlgatlon before making arrests.
• Wright, in Greenville. Or., was Boyle. I District of Columbia. Geo
mayor of Chicago for the third time
of liquors within a mile of mines.
The commission has decided to
W Garrett, Arkansas.
being Inducted into office on the east by the democratic city convention to
burti'-'l ix>ss 885.000
Senate bill No. 126, regulating front of the capitol. In the presence
the appropriation of 31.000.000
day. There was no opposition to his
»' The German government has or
drawing of State warrants.
for tbe improvement of Manila har
renomination either at the primaries
dared 300 barrel» of California brandy
Senate bill No. 216, fixing salaries 40,000. But the air was mild and
bor, and has passed a bill accepting
yesterday or In today's convention,
for usa by ita army and navy
pleasant, and the day ended with dry and no ballot was taken, the nomina the transfer of the Manila public
Bamuel Mowr, who murdered hie
Senate bill No. 72. to declare the weather.
tion being made by acclamation amid
W«rd»n for Orsgen.
Wife and three children nt Pekin (>.
Jurisdiction of Justices' Courts.
A wagon train and a detachment of
Roosevelt Sworn In.
gals 21 years In the penitentiary
SALEM Man h 6 The state bi
Senate bill No. 86, to create office
the signal corps, together with six
The brilliant and impressive scene
ver >f State Bacteriologist.
. Private Eugene 1. Tyon. company of fish < ommlsalonrra. constating
favors the ultimate municipal owner Macabebe scouts, were attacked by
Senate bill No. 221, to provide for in the senate, when the vice-president
A, Ninth Infantry, died at Tung Chow. th* governor, secretary of atate
of "all public utilities." includ- the insurgents about midway between
treasurer, today held Ila firat n>
board to draft a Portland charter bill, elect was Inducted into office, was re
China. February 28. of pneumonia
railways and lighting plants the town of Silang and Das Marinas,
Ing and apixilnted 11 (1. Van lb.
Senate bill No. 232, to regulate served for a few hundred. The pub
King Edward haa laaued a letter <>f Astoria master warden, and t^-wie
and included a resolution of sympathy in Cavite. Three Americans were
lic had no part In it.
botidlng branch linen to railroads.
county Judge la Baker county.
killed and two of the Macabebe scouts
paient empowering the Duke of Com Bean, of Roaeburg. deputy.
When the ceremony in the senate, for the Boers. The extension of street were wounded, while one man is miss
Senate bill No. 196, fixing salary
, wall and York to confer knighthood
Th« appointments were made by law relating to the appropriation of Superintendent of Wheeler County. a little tedious, despite its brilliancy, railway franchises is eipected to be ing. Four horses and one mule were
the most important question of the
while he la In Aunt ralla
the unanimous action of the members of waler from lakes and running
Senate bill No. 23, amending school was over the floor and galleries
killed. Captain Mair, with detach
" Nine men charged with robberies Th« name of Representative Talbert streams
emptied into the corridors through campaign, Contests were expected ments of Infantry and cavalry from
gad murderous assault and who were of Cla< kamaa county, was mentioned,
Senate bill No 142. requiring state which the people jostled and squeezed
Hous« bill No 97. to prohibit pub
Silang, arrived at the scene of the
swilling th« action of the grand Jury, but th«*board decided that he la not lie contrac ts In counties of 50 ooo in warrants paid to be deposited In of- Into the rotunda, and out on to the developed.
surprise too late to intercept the
brokt out of the Cumberland. Md . jail. eligible under that sc<tIon of the con habitants, except after public bidding flee of Secretary of 8tate.
platform erected from the east por-
DAWSON FEARS FLOOD.
Senate bill No. 234. filing ssiarlet ileo of the capitol building.
Houae bill No. 1. to amend the law
A dispatch from Irun. a Spanish stltutlon prohibiting members of the
of County Treasurers.
PASSED A BOGUS CHECK.
town near th« French frontier, says a legislature from holding an office relating I to mining claims.
The President Inaugurated,
Sudden Thaw of Snow Might Result
Senate bill No. 116, authorizing
House bill No. 39, to tlx place of as
quantity of dynamite. In the custom created by a legislature of which
State Land Board to buy land at fore-
bouse exploded, killing seven persons they are members. F C. Reed and sessment I of personal property.
Man Who Served a Term in Oregon
fleial party came through the main
SEATTLE. March 6—Though it is
l^wla Bean were also candidates for
Senate bill No. 13. to fix place of as closure sale.
sad Injuring many
the offiie of mnster warden.
Senate bill No. 44. filing terms
sesament of personal property.
Idaho. March 7.—
The delay In the payment of the
fell upon the assemblage as the pres on the spring breakup. Which is some
There were two candidates from
House bill No 200, to increase com of Circuit Court In seventh district
Harry C. Collins, alias H. D. and H. O.
first installment cm the c ruiser ordered Astoria for deputy warden
l> II pensatlon of deputy county clerk In
Senate bill No. 114. defining elig
■ by the Turkish government from the
to the center of the pavilion. The February it seems that winter is Davidson, and many other aliases, who
Welch and Fred Wickman The tuia rd Malheur county and to provide assist Iblllty of directors of corporations.
passed a 825 bogus check on Mrs.
Cramps la caused by th« present pov- decided that alm e the master warden
Senate bill No 220. concerning sal president removed bis hat. and then nearly over, although actually not O. Lavin here Sunday, was arrested
ance for c lerk In Gilliam county,
-•rty of th« treasury
In the Intense more than half There is considerable
had been chosen from Aiftffiln. the
Houae bill No 44, to sld Oregon arles of Baker, Malheur and Clatsop stillness faintly could
last night by the city marshal of Ritz
be heard the worry expressed over the probable
The mtunorlal to Queen Victoria is deputy must he selected from some Historical Society.
ville on information from the officials
flood in the spring which could
to be a monument, th« most prominent other se. tlon. and Bean wan elected
Senate bill No. 227. for construction
Senate bill No. 112. to provide
of Kootenai county. Sheriff Dyer
the measured response of the presi easily occur should there be a sudden
feature of which will be a stallie of
departed last night for Ritzville, and
boupty for scalps of seals, sea lions of ditch to supply water at state in dent taking the oath to maintain In
thawing of heavy snow on the moun
ths queen, to be erected hear West
LETTER FROM PAT CROWE.
brought the prisoner here today.
violate the constitution and laws of tains. Transportation men look upon
Blaster Alibey or Buckingham palace.
Harry C. Collins is the man who
Houae bill No. 65. to authorize ap Senate bill No. 87. to amend charter the United States. He spoke tn a
The northwest woolgrower»' con Similar to th« On» He fient Mr. Cud pointment of clerks In state treas of North Yamhill.
operated so extensively in Lane, Doug
Senate bill No. 107. to Incorporate strong voice, easily heard by those for navigation.
ventlun Opened at Pendleton
las. Coos. Josephine and Jackson coun
near the front of the stand. His face
Three thousand letters arrived on
in Oregon, over a year ago. pass
A Cuban agitator stirred
OMAHA. Neb.. March 6. — Pat
Senate bill No. 176, amending char looked very grave as the oath was the steamer Dolphin, from Nome, ing in those counties several thou
*B anti • American dr munsi ration lu Crowe, one of the alleged abductors ing of domestic animals.
sand dollars' worth of bogus paper.
House bill No. 121. to authorize is ter of Cornelius.
"He that handleth a matter wisely
of Edward Cudahy. Jr., haa written
Senate bill No. 191. for primary
He was finally caught and sentenced
of diplomas to certain grad
Carman, arrested at Manila for aid
elections in cities of 10.000 inhabit-
Jackson county to serve one
in the Lord. happy is he. The wise
Ing the rebels, says in' sis not atone marked llenlaon. la. March 2. touch
Victoria. B. C-, March 6.—From year In the Oregon penitentiary, His
House bill No. 102, to prevent coer- ants.
Ing the kidnaping and aaHcrting bls
In the work.
Corea news was received by the
Senate bill No. 180. amending Aus
Innocence The communication Is a don of voters.
the sweetness of the lips increaseth steamer Olympia this afternoon that time expired a couple of weeks
A new course of study
Senate bill No. 137, to create office tralian ballot law.
for Oregon long one and in many respects is a
8000 Boxers had crossed from Man days ago and began the same business
Senate bill No. 202, accepting 1.-
high schools haa been adopted by th«
duplicate of the letter written to Mr of county auditor In Multnomah
churia and attacked and looted In again. He was in Sand Point a few
000,000 acres under Carey arid land
■Ute board of education.
Cudahy three weeks ago. Chief of county.
Proverbs with bowed head. President cherg. A thousand Corean troops had
days prior to coming to Rathdrum,
Senate bill No. 203, to Incorporate
Benator Carter, of Montana, talked Police Donahue says there is no
McKinley, for the second time, passed been sent against them from Seoul,
Senate bill No. 10, amending law
where he spent money lavishly, and it
“• fiver and harbor bill to death. doubt In his mind aa to the genuine
completely Into the full honors of the and 500 from Ping Yang. The Rus
Is stated on good authority that he
House bill No. 100, to protect union relating to Jury lists,
•Peaking 13 consecutive hours
ness of the letter, and of Its coming
sians meanwhile have driven the Box passed a couple of small checks in that
Senate bill No. 161, Incorporating I
book had been opened at random by ers south from Kirin and occupied
, _* 0 V*B
«»I Astoria, haa from Crowe. Chief Donahue gave out
Houae bill No. 6. to fix time and Hood River.
Clerk McKinney, of the supreme several Corean villages. Much alarm town.
» Spp.>;¡ t«<i filh warden for Ore- the contents of a letter he wrote Feb place of
Papers and letters In his possession
holding circuit court iu sec-
court, who long has made it a point was felt at the northern mines, and
«o» and txwl. Ilea«. of Hoaebuig, ruary 9 to Steve Crowe a brother of one! district.
loons within 300 teet of schools.
to note as a matter of curious knowl the American camp at Wun Sun has prove beyond a shadow of doubt that
Pat. and which was written in an
House bill No. 294. making Van
House bill No. 144. relating to pub-
edge the verse which chances to meet been supplied with Maxims and small be is the H. C. Collins who reaped
»aer to the' letter received by Mr
couver avenue a county road.
such a rich harvest from the people of
>rka. Cidnhy at that time
the lips of Incoming presidents.
arms to resist any attack.
House bill No. 334, governing
Oregon. All the letters were ad-
House bill No. 20. making legal cer-
I es- says:
dressed to him at Ashland and Jack-
"If Pat Crowe will surrender him tain murrlages.
Three Years for Spencer.
Veteran of Civil War Dead.
House bill No. 113, defining duties
sonville prior to his arrest by a
self to me personally. I will waive all
Tacoma. Wash.. March 6.—Arthur woman and one was addressed to him
San Diego. Cal., March 6.—Major
of my rights to the reward offered for county judge of Malheur county.
House bill No. 208. relating to es- Francis S. Karie, a prominent Grand Spencer. Indicted for impersonating a at Jacksonville in care of the sheriff
rd- hla arrest: also to the reward offered
United States official, pleaded guilty in after his arrest.
tabllshment of public highways.
of county treasurers.
Army man, is dead. In 1860 he was
<P- for his arrest and conviction for the
House bill No. 295, prohibiting mu a member of a famous regiment of the United States court. He made a
:ter. kidnaping of Edward Cudahy. Jr., the
plea to the court, charging Spokane
tilation of hidea.
Three Were Launched.
New York militia, but the next year,
night of December 18, 1900. I will crime to interfere with boundary
with cruel treatment, He
London, March 7. — Arrangements
was sentenced to three years in the had been made for the simultaneous
igu- further agree to do everything in my
Houae bill No. 68, to prescribe croft bonding act.
moved to Michigan, when he was ap
zel It I power to protec t him from nn.v per method of apportioning state taxes,
House bill No. 61. relating to incor pointed adjutant of the Fourth regi penitentiary at McNeil's Island.
launching today of four new warships,
tire zonal violence or mistreatment while
poration of cemeteries.
the Montagu, flrst-class battleship: the
he la In my custody, and will nld him
Mat Accidental Death.
House bill No. 187, for service of advanced to assistant adjutant on the
Albermarle. flrst-class battleship; the
In every way to establish his Inno relief of Indigent soldiers, sailors, etc. citations.
Denver. March 6.—W. C. Clark, sec- Drake, armored cruiser, and the Kent,
House bill No. 26, new military
renew of the crime.
retary of state of Colorado, in 1876, armored cruiser, but owing to the un
met accidental death in the Wade favorable weather at Portsmouth, the
Dewet Headed but Not Captured,
No. 280, to annex the
Chehalis, Wash.. March 6.—Deputy block, in this city, this afternoon. He launching of the Kent had to be post
larndon. March 6 A dispatch front game, forests, wild flowers, etc.
Senate bill No. 201. to provide panhandle of Union County to Baker Sheriff James Matson and a posse tripped while coming down the stairs poned. The Montagu was launched at
General Kitchener, dated Pretoria,
made a raid on a secluded house a and fell to the bottom, breaking hie Devonport, the Albermale at Chatham
more efficient method of assessment County.
csS March 4. Buys:
No. 139, the Orphans' mile and a half east of Centralia this neck. He was 62 years of age.
and the Drake at Pembroke.
"Dowel was moving on Phlllopolls.
Sennte bill No. 177, to Incorporate Home bill, appropriating 160 per morning, and surprised and arrested
ine- but was headed by our troops, and la
Ambassador to Mexico.
capita for inmates.
two men, who give their names as H.
Porter to Stay at Paris.
ths now marching on Faureamlth. Bub- City of Wasco.
Senatp bill No. 73, enacting the B. Miller and James Mulligan. Both
York. March 6. — General
Paris, March 7.—The reiterated ru
Ington has dug up ft Krupp, a pom
Torrens system of public land regis men were armed with heavy re Powell Clayton, of Arkansas. United mors that General Horace Porter,
City of Grass Vnlley.
sawmill at Manor, pom and some nmmunlMon at Land
volvers. and in the house were found States ambassador to Mexico, is at United States ambassador here, in
eight mile, from Van- fonteln Sixteen men of the Victorian
number of articles which tended to the Fifth Avenue hotel, He wUl be tends relinquishing his post and re
*»• burned. The mill was Rifles have captured 33 Boers and 60
connect them with the numerous bur in the city until Monday, when ho turning to America, are authoritative
define duties of dairy and food com election bill.
»’"•«•ticixlly n, * »nd had
been In op-
Houae bill No. 189, to construct the glaries that have occurred in Cheha- expects to go to Chicago and then to ly denied at the embassy as pure In
about » year. R
win valued nell has captured a Hotchkiss near
his home for a few weeks.
vention and without any basis in fact.
Court of Multnomah County. Ila.
Buy the Samoa.
Movements of Transports.
Ploy«’It',n,'""'ry of Chinn
Fell 400 Feat to Death.
Large Win« Crop.
Soni ol Pmidtnt John Tyltr.
On the Retired List.
Ran Francisco. March 6.—The big
Tacoma. Wash., March 7.—M. M.
Washington. March 6—Two prom I
orop ol France for the year 190(1 will are now living. One is a member of been purchased by the government, port Logan started from Manila the Laughlin, master mechanic In the
* writer on
of the exceed 1,791,000,000 gallons, a yield the Virginin senate, and another is and when she arrives in port 2200.000 1st Inst, with Generals Young and Treadwell mine, while alighting from
modern waterways retired H»t •<”'“> bv
that has been surpassed but three president of William ami Mary col will be spent In fitting her up for the Hare. 25 officers and 769 men of tbe the cage, missed his footing and fell
are times in history.
electric! law on account of age.
*rtl°n win t„.
transport service. The Samoa Is on Thirty-third volunteer Infantry, and 21 400 feet, to the bottom of the main
universally adopted Rear Admiral Philip C. Hlchborn. who
her way here from Hongkong, and is officers and 785 enlisted men of the shaft, Thursday last. He leaves a
line been chief of the bureau of con
expected to arrive in about ten days. Thirty-fifth volunteer Infantry. Gen widow and four children. He was
I i I to lie In
"iniinem <■ Hn,t
She Is 445 feet long, 23 feet 8 Inches eral MacArthur reporta that the trans formerly a locomotive engineer on the
»ngsr of drying up, the years, and Pay Inspector H. G. Colby, plannng (or joint milltary and uaval orally agreed that it is time to abandon
upon it 7 . ■’
“i’- mu one of the rsnklng officers of the pay in anso vera iu New York harbor uext the present method of branding cattle In depth, 53 feet In width. Her gross port Lawton arrived at Manila the 1st Northern Pacific, and was in the Ta
dU" t0 lrr,“n,lon
Inst, from San Francisco.
tonnage Is 6396 tons.
coma fire department.
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