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HOLD IIIG INDI si Itl II.
XINIIORH HIIOU I II MORE lllll.. Ml llltl.lt MYHTEItlKH
to com«’ here on February 22 at th«:
RaiMi th« dough
and complies with
ENPONIIION NEXT I ll.L time of Hi* anuuul ro«- planting, but
MAY IIE I REARED I I*
all pure food laws.
was unable to carry out ids intention
M«>t»< I k u I u «« Iter Hliowed Natural Abil Arrest of Hu»|Maet (iohl Hun In»«.« <1 Many (Mlier Evints of Inli-rcst \r< and will < orne during tl.e Rose Fest I <
l*hiiin«'<l i<> lie II« Id in Port
ity As Speaker—Munir i«y Or-
val in June. Ho will paint some of
land ’111!» Year
rlii'atrn a Hurprls«'
tbs fam ou« flowers lie will see here.
United Preus Hervlce.
I Hpo- FAI E Ol N|< All 1<.I
PORTI,AND, Ore., Feb, 7.
: United i’ress Ser
Thu uffirliiutlve «Id«' i>t th«)
ABERDEEN, Wash., Feb. 5 -This
«ini. I A big Industrial fair, ropr«-
lion, ''Resolved. That u Hy«t<m of '
MENI DEI IDI D
city In ciclted today over th«’ ntorl«
; Tho greatest htrugicle In ihr» history
hi iituilv«’ <>f all Oregon, I» bclng
Postal Havings II hii U h Hhoiild llu Ea
of Incendiarism mid mitrd« r that have
planned for Portlund this full. Au Rein I llefe.it Ou r NtaUMl—Adminis of the nation Is now looming on the
t l> 11 h h •
by tho l''>i|i'i itl (iovi'iii
been told to th« police since ih«y yet pluns ur« tentative, but it I h prat
tration fur««s in
¡horizon, an«l with It may come one CKJtSCFNT MFC CO.
merit," which wns pi«nent«<| by th1'
Makers of MAFLUNX
placed und«r arrest William Gohl tbully ecitaln that the exposition will
Than Di»|«ut« I«'» liidicale
of the biggest finan«'UI upheavals
(better tftan Mapic;.
trio of Grants I'u uh HIiiili'iitn, won the
Gohl Is one of the most di’Hperute be lu l«l and that It will be u big su«'-
i that has ever cursed the United
iiminlinous decision of th«’ ju«lg«H ul
characters that ever resided In this COBS is assured from tiie interesé Unit’ d Pr< » Servlc«'.
States. Pr«- ld«-nt Taft Is today con
ill«' lli'bnto held El hill) «'Vcillllg in the
section and hln well-known character
MANAGUA, F«b. 7. (th Mexican sidering whether be shall be com In the meantime, the administration
that are behind tho movement.
uuillioi I iiiii of tii<< t'ouiity High
Is closely scanning every move that
bus huil the effect of nlh'iiclng th«
It Is cxp«-<i<'d to hob! the fulr dur Cable to New <>il«aiiH l Official dis- pelled to put bis back to the wall
The Judges were Bishop I
is being made by the interests, and
tongiK'H of men who ar« suppom <1 to ing th«1 Hist ten <lu>u of September. pat« lies i'<‘ iv«d from President Va.«-
and mix it with the big financial in
Pnddock, Judge Nolaml mid Judg«
when th«; time comes for him to ac
have known of hln crimes. An soon Munufactur«'s of tie- State will be quez to«liij iiat«! that th«’ provisional
terests, as well as with Congress, In
he will do so with precision and
nn It wiin lemii<*d that. Gohl wu>
given u prominent place In the dis army was led Into an ambuscade at order to put through his leglslativ«'
Thu progriun was opened with a
under arrest many wer«* the ntorl« >.
plays nnd the co-operation of th«- Hanta Thomas with the result that program and carry out the promises
neli'i'tIon by the III k I i Hrhool Oi«li’>
of bin criminal career that were mt Poi Hund Manufacturers'- Association, fully oie sixth of their for««-» were
he and the Republican party made to
tru of twelve p|ec>>M, which called
LINER MENTI< Ek NINES
afoot, and the ludlcntlonn now ar«
a strong organization that has done kill« <1. Vasques says that the Gov the people. The apparent docility of
forth much favorable coiumunt. It
that there will b« no difficulty in »>
a gr«at d«'ul to build up manufactur ernment for««-» only lont one man kill the President has evidently becn mis Crew R<-«>< ue«l l«y Aianx*—ttovem-
was n great HiirpriH« to many of the
curing testimony to send him to th« ing of nil klmlH, I h probable. Th«’ ed and a f«-w wounded. A running
taken by the lnter«rsts as indicating
mcot (initial lágiiiiiiiig un
Audience to note the ability »hown
gallows, or at leunt to u long term In varied products and rc-Hources of Ore-1 fight follow« <l the arnbUKcade ami the
indecision and disinclination to meet
by thin student niusbul organization,
gon will be shown and it In believed I adininlHtiatlcn soldiers be«ame over them on their own battle ground. If
most of whom, It In aald, never han-
Charion Jacobson, a friend of Gohl,
the exposition will demonstrate the enthusiastic an«! several officers were such a mistake has been made there United Press Service.
<lle<| nn Instrument before the open-I
told th«' poll«'«' that Gohl started th«
Tiie victory greatly encour will be an awakening that will rouse
NEW YORK, Feb. 5
progress Oregon is making In a strik lost.
Ing of the present term of nrhool. J
big Hr« here eighteen months ago
aged the Government troops.
the people of the country as they liner Alamo is speeding down the
It np«*uliM well for the work of th«'
that destroyed no much property. Th«
have never been rouse«] before, and Florida coast with forty-seven mem
Instructor, Prof. Wirt», ami In an
An event that is of wide Interest
fire atm ted through th« explosion of
Cl. \IM> Rl.lll I. V l< TORY
days of the Big Stick will dwarf bers of the crew of the Kentucky
other proof of the advantages being
n bomb net to d«antroy th«’ nuloon, Is a complimentary banquet to be
MANAGUA, Feb. 7.—The laUrnt
insignificance when comparer! who were rescued before the vessel
given the students of thin section by
against the proprietor of which the given
with the effectiveness of the Steam sank, the Government officials are
the county. The selection of the or
accused matt had a grudge.
It In gon'a grand old man, on his 87th different light on the reported defeat
Roller. Taft's policy has not been of beginning to probe into the granting
chentrs was followed by u nolo by
also believed flint Gohl can explain birthday, March 27, In Portland.
of the Insurgents at Santa Thomas. the bombastic. Big Stick order. He of clearance papers to the Kentucky.
Mrs. In>n J. Zuiuwalt, who responded I
the disappearance of Jacob Miller and
It is claim. <1 fl at in the real engage
has preferred to pursue his course It is reported In shipping circles that
to nn encore.
wife, who went to live at Gohl's cub Cabinet und prominent In the Na ment m ar Lagarita near the heights
Kentucky, which is thirteen years
until the tim«; arrived for him the
Prof llownr«! presided over th«’ de
In. Hhortly after tuklng up their res tion's hlatory throughout bis active of Santa Thomas the rebels were vic
to act, and when that period is reach old, was not in shape for the trip
bate mid first introduced Erral till
idence there they turned up missing
torious. The Government is franti
ed the financial interests that today around the Horn to Seattle. On the
key, of Grunts Pam, for the nthrmn
mid nothing has ever been heard of affection and respect of all Oregon- cally attempting to organize a fight
are holding the nation by the thro_t way to Newport News she sprang a
live. .Mr. Gilkey in u very smooth
lans and the most prominent people
ing force to protect Managua, but
of the city are proud to show him there are only GOO soldiers available. with a threat of a panic will see a leak and made port In bad shape,
talker, although hln delivery wan too
When the seamen's strike was on
fast. Thin might be accounted for
I The attii« k on the Caplttd is expected transformation that will be lightning- where she was overhauled and given
three yearn ugo, many of the sailors honor.
clearance papers and started south.
like in its rapidity.
by hln effort to cover nn many point« who were unfriendly to the union,
Planning to increase the falllni; before Thursday and all foreigners
From the beginning of the session It is rumored that it was impossible
an possible In the twelve minutes nl
which Gohl had organised, suddenly lobster supply, th«’ United Slates have b««n warned to take refuge In there has been a tremendous amount to' get a good crew as the sailors
lotted, hut It made hln argument !<•«*
di nap peari’d and their bodies were Fisheries Department win transplant the legations, The Jubilation over of advice coming from the interests were afraid of the ship. As soon as
emphatic than It otherwise would
la*-r found in the harbor. It In al a cur load in tho waters of Yaqulna the news of the defeat of the rebels and President Taft has had a hard she passed the Virginia Capes the
leged that Gohl had a hand In their Bay. Whether the lobsters will thrive was soon turned to alarm by the later
seams reopened and the vessel began
Vernon Motschenbacher opened for d«nth und this will be probed to the there I m not yet known, but It is report that the revolutionary gener- time trying to prove that the meas
A wireless call was
the negative. Mr. Motscheobachor In
thought conditions are right for als have reorganized their forces and
made and the Alamo came to the res
a very convincing talker with un ex
i them. Lobtrters demand a rocky bot are now only forty miles east of Man
financier, magnate and representative cue just before she sank.
cellent command of language mid
UIIIT IN HELIEYED TO HE HH.I, tom, without silt deposited hy nearby agua, within two days' march of here. of the money powers visiting the !
made a fine Impression.
rivers, which 1» the case at Yaqulna. The plight of the Government forces
INTERI SI’S NE< I HEN OPTION
White House dragged forth that
he plainly showed a luck of prepara
I This Is the reas«>n assign«'«! for the Is believed to be even worse than the
tion In securing material.
Mr l*< tltiotis Ne< un ii ami Nlcps Al ready failure of experiments made hereto- dispatches indicated.
and tried to show the President that |
Motschenbacher han been absent with
! fore In trying to grow Eastern lob-
Taken lo Necurc ■> Daily
the radical legislation that he has |
th«’ banket ball team mid wan able
uters in Pacific waters. Senator HENEV n NK1ENNOR wot I.It
proposed would result in the ruin of!
For an a|Wo-«iale wheel, g»«
to devote only a very short time to
Bourne has be«*n agitating the matter
i the country. Some of these advances
Ram tiler, on «ale al tb? Gl *
preparation since hln return a few
Chan. Graven, who la In the city und has nw ured the promise of Fish
days ago. ft wan rather a disappoint from bls ranch at Od<ll, states that Cemmlssioner Bowers to make the Judge Iji«lor. However, Has Set tli«' went even so far as to take the fojm | STORK.
. of a covert threat, a pr«jceeding which ’ Tents to rent. Gana. W» carey
<■«»«•» for Monday Against the
ment to tho audience, who would Portland parties have made him un e>i«erlm«'Ut at Yauqina.
the President did not very well relish. I a fall line of sporting gooda
I mted Railways Officials
have Ilk«'«! to have soon what ho could offer on his ranch, on which the
Special round-trip excursion rates
This course of action had no effect
do under more favorable circum |u>stofficeNif Odell la located, and that
have been made from the East to
on the Chief Executive, and he per- I
stances. lie han the ability of a con h<< han given them nn option for sixty
THE GUN STORE
Portland by the railroads for the an
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal , Feb. 7.— . sisted in pursuing the route mapped
vincing debater and It In to bo hoped days.
Mr. Graves owns 480 acres nual Rose Festival lu June and the
j. R. CHAMHKK a .
District Attorney FIckert, who de- out at the beginning of the session |
that th« people of tho city will have of land and the Portland parties made
national convention of the Ancient
of Congr«?ss. He did not propose to ' opiMMlte tlw* Am> rl.so Ho<W
another opportunity to h«'ar him.
him an offer on the entire tract and Order of Hibernians In July. Both feat«’«i Francis J. Heney in the recent
elt’ction, today moved to dismiss the drive things through the legislative |
Miss Ahern presented the b«-st pre tendered him a « hock for 11000 for
of these events will attract large
pared and moat convincing mgu- a thirty days’ option.
Mr. Graves’ numbers of people an«! the rates arc sixteen indictments now pending
against Patrick Calhoun, president of did he intend that the powerful in
ruents of the visitors. Iler delivery price was a little higher than that of
to be as attractive as those made last
the United Railways, also the indict fluences that were at work should
was good und pointed arguments fered, and while the part leu stated
year for the Alaska-Yukon-Pa« Ific Ex
ments against Thornwall Mullally, as swerve him from what he considered !
were given In such a ton«’ as to defy that they were not authorized to pay
position. These fares should be the
sistant president; Tirey L. Ford, chief ' to be his duty.
contradiction. Good connection was that amount they took an option. It
means of giving thousands of tourists
If Wall street’s temporary fit yes
counsel, and Attorney William C. Ab
evident In her argument an she cov- la believed that th«’ d«’al will In« closed
their first view of Oregon during th«
was a resutl of the fear cre-
ere«l the prindpul points step by ntep before the time expires, an the repre
Ami get ground ready for big
rempany. He declared that there was at«Mi over the introduction of the
until her final summing up was con sentatives at once s«*cur«<d a petition
It is expected that over 2000 dele
insufficient evidence to warrant a Federal incorporation bill, the scare
Iler weakest point was In from the patrons of tho |>ostof!lco
returns next year.
gates will attend the annual State
prosecution. Judge Lawlor refused was simply a result of shadows, as
rebuttal, where she show«>d nervous asking for the establishment of a
convention of the Young People’s
to dismiss the cases and set next Mon President Taft does not intend to
ness In Impromptu delivery, probably daily mall route.
Some good bargains can be
Christian Endeavor Society in Port
force the bill to a passage this year.
dun to tho strangeness of her posi
Th«« approve«! survey of the Oregon lund February 1517, which is likely day to hear the trial of the cases.
had in sagebrush land.
The bill was introduced at this time i
Trunk road runs through the ranch to be the biggest assembly of the or
Roy Nelson Is a very clear speaker, of Mr. Graves, ami Ills property is
ganization ever h«'ld in Oregon. Th«>
SWAMP LAND in d«sirable
JI RY GETS HERMANN CASE to thresh out any faults it may con-
but hln argument wns poor and the natural site for a town in that
sessions will be held at the First
tain and bring out any virtues that i
locations will be higher in price
lack«*<l force. He showed lack of locality. It Is quite certain that the
Presbyterian Churcn. Twelfth and Al I Unit«’d Press Service.
may be discovered.
«■xpcrlence In changing hln argument parties offering to buy the property
soon. BUY" NOW
der streets, while In the city th«> En-
PORTLAND. Ore.. Feb. 7.—The in
What apparently seems to worry
to meet points of the opponents, liin represent the Hill interests nnd it
deavorers will be entertained by a dications today are that the Her- the interests most is the prospects of
delivery, however, wan good and all means the building of a city in th«’
recept loti and banquet by the Y. M. ! mann case won’t get to the jury be the Sherman anti-trust law being up-
he needs In a lot of practical experi northern part of Klamath County. If
fore the end of the w«’ek. Prosecuto«' held by the Supreme Court in the
ence and practice.
the deal Is closed Mr. Grav«*s will
Oregon rose« are to have a wider Henry and Attorney Worthington, for cases of the Tobacco Trust and the
Mr. Richey In a very convincing clean up nhout (20,000 for his six
fame than ever very soon, for th«' Hermann, are alternating in reading Standard Oil Company oi - New Jer-
and emphatic speaker and his argu years’ residence In this hitherto un
Capt. O. C. Applegate,
beautiful blooms that have made n | testimony from the previous trial of sey, as it is pretty definitely settled
ment presented many good points settle«! region.
reputation for Portland as a rose Binger Hermann in Washington. The that President Taft has planned a
He discussed the subject with more
center are to be copied by Paul de jury was excused today while Heney campaign against the trusts under the
Fifth St., Near Main.
«•an« than the others and gave the DECIDING RATTLE
. Mtngpre, th«’ celebrated painter of and Worthington argue law points be Sherman law, if the decision of the
Impression that ho had had consid
MAY tM'Cl R TODAY
roses The well known artist planned fore the court.
court is favorable to the government.
erable experience In this line.
Howard Hoggs, tho third member Concern Felt Over I’rolmld«* llritish
InU'rferem'e In Nicaragua
for Klamath Falls, showed more!
originality In his arguments, and for
BLUEFIELDS, Feb. 5.—(By wire
that reason they were not as con
vincing as ideas gathered from states less.)—The deciding battle In the
men ami those versed In national revolution In Nicaragua Is expected
and financial affairs. As tho devel to occur at Managua today.
opment of originality Is one of the! Government troops, which have been
main ends sought to be accompllshe<l falling back while fighting desperate
In school debates, he Is to be compli ly since the Insurgent forces began
their advance from Acoyapn, hav«i
mented on his efforts.
Mr. Motschenbacher and Mr. Gil-i now reached the Bhore of Lake Mana
key presented the arguments In re gua, only twenty-five miles from the
buttal and summing up and were al Capitol.
The bombardment of Greyton yes
lowed six minutes each. It was here I
by tho insurgents' gunboat
that Mr. Motschenbacher showed his
ublllty. and nithough the afllrmntiv«’ Ometepe threatens to result In com
arguments wore exceptionally sound, plications with Great Britain, as tho
commander of the British cruiser
ho acquitted himself with credit.
After the debate a banquet nn I Scylla ordered the gunboat not to
reception wns tendered the vlsltorn shell the town. The British Consul
an«! the returning basket ball team, at Greytown made an official pro
to which all of the students nnd sev- test today on th«’ ground that Grey
«•rnl friends were Invited. A banquet , town Is populated mainly wfth Brit
table was spread the entire length of ish subjects. Great concern Is felt
th«> large hall on the first floor, and over the probable Interference of tho
wns decorated with Oregon grape. British Government as It Is feared It
Tho walls of the hall were almost j Is likely to prevent tho United State
completely covered with decorations from Immediately recognizing the
of sc I hm U banners nnd class nnd fra provisional government, which had
ternity flags and colors, and present appeared probable.
BUY FARM LANDS NOW
FRANK IRA WHITE
ed a very comfortable nnd attractive
appearance. Prof. Howard acted as
tonst master, ami responses were
made by Hlshop Paddock, Judge
Henson, MI hb Harker nnd Erral Gil
key, of Grants Pass; Vernon Motsch-
rnbncber nnd George DuFault, cap
tain of the basket ball team.
Halil to be financially
of experiments being
late plant growth by
of Germany is
aiding a series
made to stimu
means of elec
A novelty in the electric sign line
consists of separate letters, mounted
upon which, which run upon a track
Mrs. W. W. Nickerson left Friday around n building lik<< a miniature
morning for a visit at Ashland.