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Tn.i.AMooK, Okhgon, M.y 10, 191 i .
First National Bank
WM. G. TAIT, President.
J. C. HOLDEN, Vice President.
Interest Pnid on'Timc nnd SnvitiK
Under United States Government
JOHN I.m.AN'1) HHNDKHSON
Aitntitrr t d NuUiyl'ubHe
I.WV : ABSTRACTS : RliAL li STATIC
SI!RVBV1XC : INSl'IiAN'CH
ement : Coal : Lime : Brick
Shingles : Plaster
Root Paint : Drain Tile
A M lt.SCH RADER COMPANY
.(, i i.i i i; i l'i l. -1 O.I -.. A '2.1 Ax U't
hp I liffrAnrp in UrUffS
iivl)oily cjiu tell the tlilU'rt iicc in tlnitfs
alter they have tiikou tlinn and don t gel
u-sults. " Why t'XR'fiinoiH? Conic here
and yon are .sure ofyeliinj,' the best. Wo
alwnvs serve von well.
II LAMOOK DRUG STORE
IJ. li. KOCH, Ph. G.
1 I Mil,, l J Door Nculhjof Pilolll
Saliifaclion Guaranteed. Money Back if Not SalUfactory
JOHN H. MARBLE
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Events Occurring Throughout
tho State During the Past
O. A. C. Boys for Strikebreaker!.
f Conallln. Tint department of
( Mectrlcnl ti(;lmurlrih k tho Oregon
jn '.rloiilmrnj college whe It under
( iA that the tuilfit who gave up
tl.lr college course ui become wireless
profotinlounl and help the Marconi
rompnny through tho present opem-
;!or' strike, did no In spit of the
'urnrtl advice of th professors
iii,.iint suoh action.
I do not cunnldur that It la fair to
organized labor ami on this grotifd
i noil qs on the ground of the j-r
ml Ions to tho (rtud-mU In sacrific
ing thlr collogft educational oppor
Ignition, I urge I the oung men not
take the tp." Mid ProfoMor W. A.
"The Mnraoril company offrd such
Kiit'.TlnK Indiieamenu to the boy.
hui'Vr. nnd they wVo mi Intorest.-d
.n the work, that 1 could not keep
John H Marble, recently appointed
I a member of the Intimate Commerce
People in tho News
Attornp) (5iwr.il lloenn, of Ohio,
tin d-M.l thm lltp rl flnK of tho
HiM-ialUt orR.inluttlon m.t)' fly nt Knii.
TU HlorlhltiK nt ChrldtJnnn han vol-
nl n llfi! nnnulty to Otutnln Konld
i Ainuiidroiit Jlwcror of th-Southwo-tnHlcftl nludsiu obtnlnH tu
CADAVER FEATURE PUZZLES
Oittrlct Attorney It Unable to Learn
Where Swindler Obtained Body.
I'ortlnml. -Two oxplntintlon. npl'li
r of tlum criHlltwl by tlu dUtrict
attorney, hav bwu lvin by J. C. Ut
r.mco niKurdlim tho endnver which.
3rood In I-nfraiico's clothing, was
fojnd on the upper Ctackninnn rtvur
ad UHtnl In Juno, 1012, to dufrau 1
ihrAo l.:ur:ince cotnpanU'a of n total
pr appioxltunloly 15.000.
f In th? first tttory l-afranc Bnld that
I'ol.'. of Jl0.
I.luuttmniit J. I), l'firk. military nrln
tor. a klllftl by a fall of lc limn
16 ft.M while flyliiK from Snn DlfKO
Ijwyir John N. Anhut will bn placed
on trial In Now York Monday on an
Indictnu'iit ohnrKluK him with bribery
In cotmi'ctlou with ntt nttmnpt to llb
iTBti' Harry K. Thaw from Mattonwan
Stcrotary of Statu llryan accepted
an Invitation to aprak nt t'lo accond
' annual baii'iunt of tho Pan-American
HtHoty of tho United Stntoa, hold In
1 Now York Thursday.
; William Dowry, Koncral manai;or of
tho 1'otlntch I.umbor company, ono of
tho bom-known tuon In tho woatont
luutbor country, dlod at Potlntch, Ida.
i KoplyliiK to Colouol (JoorKo llarvoy a
j atatotuont tlmt hla rocont public
Hpfochoa woro moatit to Inclto tho
' "prodnlory poor," Vlco-1'ronldont Mar
Khali iiald at WnahlnKton: "If anybody
will produco a public uttorance of
mluo advocatltiK tho curtallmont of
distribution of hoitt woalth oxcopt
by h fair Inhorltanro tux, I will go to
; '.Vail street and apologize."
body, took It to the point where 't
wa found, drottHod It In Lafranco'a
clothing and arranged no that It should
bo called to thu attention of pausing
The aecond wna that In franco had
ai-cun'd tho dead body through the
ntslntnnco of n bill collector In Port
land and that they had packed It Into
the Clackamna country, where they
drood It In a khaki hunting suit and
hnd purch.nied n similar suit, and after
making auru that his acquaintances
ihould bo Informed of hl departure,
had oatentatloualy Kone up tho Clack
auiaa on a f lnhlnu trip.
Brief News of the Week
F. C. FELDSCHAU
Cement Sidewalks and
Concrete Contraction Work
Enquire at Ramsey Hotel
ead it in The Herald
Two thousand of tho 2500 laborers
on the Kettle Itlvor railroad, u Bubal
diary of tho Canadian Pacific In tho
Okanonan Ulatrlut, hnvo atruck.
London bankorH nipresontliiK tho
maker of tho five power loan of $P-Tv
ouO.uuu to China1 havo boon officially
notified of C'htnaa final acceptiinco
of the loan, and hnvo made tho Ilrst
uiImuu-o of tunda.
Of tho hO.000 chlldron enrolled In
the Hawaiian public w'.hoola. nearly
lo.ooo of thorn aro Japanese, according
io Information received by tho United
.-Uate bureau of education.
foiiKiegatlona in Ohio and Indiana
which mifforod from tho recent floods
have appealed to tho general commit
t,... of home mlMlmiH of tho United
,'r.-ljterlaii ohuich, In Boaalon at
. il-hiKion, for aid to thu amount oi
Tho HIIuoIh Konato panaetf u mit
frage hill, which glveH women the
rliiht to vote on all Htatutory offices.
It la doubl'ul whether tho inoasure
roaches a rollcall In tho house at tho
Official estlmatea IsHtied by thu au
thorities of Scotland Yard, nay that
Uio damages to property in tho llrltlsh
Irtles, caused hy tho militant auffrag
ottos, during tho last threo months
nmouiitM to moro than $5,000,000. Tak
ing IHo coiiHldoratlon tho Increased
cost of detective service, they estimate
that suffrngotto activity Is costlnt
Ihigland :!5,000.000 u year.
Suhscrlho for tho IUruUl NowW
Loot-Loaded Man It Killed.
Koseburg. Carrying two suits of
clothes, four pairs of shoes and other
articles of wearing apparel, which
comprised tho loot tnken from the
store of tho Sutherlln Mercantile com
pany nt Sutherlln, Hoy Talks, of Arlo
ta. a suburb of Portland, wns struck
and kllbd by a northbound passenger
train which he attempted to board In
order to get nwny from the scene of
Ho la u brother of Jnmos W. I'nrkB,
ex-mayor of Aberdeen, and head of
the Pacific Fisheries and Packing
SHIPPERS DEMAND ROUTES
Oregon and Washington Join In Op
posing Harrlnian Plan.
Portland - -On the grounds that the
phut of the Harrlnian roads, to close
tho gatewnya at Wallula. Sliver How,
Spokane and Denver agnlnst their
.ompotltorn. will adversely affect the
.service hy eliminating competition In
routings, cause car shortages, limit
tho scope of tho markets and lu some
. asos actually force an Increase in tho
rates, representatives of tho West
t'oast Lumber Manufacturers' Asso
ciation, the Northwestern Prult Kx
change unit tho Portland Chamber of
1'ommoreo presented vigorous protest
.ignlnst the railroad's proposal before
James W. Carmalt, examiner for tho
Interstate commerce commission.
While tho evidence showed that tho
hhtppors havo not been much inclined
to use tho routes nitornatlvo to thoso
of tho llanlmau system, tho testimony
made apparent tho fact that theao
thlppera want these various routes
left open eo that they can uao them
In case thoy become dissatisfied with
tho Union Pacific, Oregon Short Lino
and O.-W. N. Co.
Suffragists pay No Taxes.
Loudon. Tax resistance as a means
of protest against tho falluro of tho
British government to grunt woman
suffrage la spreading throughout tho
country ninong women who nvo reluct- j
ant to employ tho inoro violent Punk
ASK JOHNSON TO
VETO ALIEN LAW
Bryan Requests California Gov
ernor Withhold Signature
1 Washington. Tb fidoral govern
ment'a final effort to delay allt-n land
owning Icgl:. ltlon In California wail
; made when Srtary llryan In tho
namo of President .'.tson telegraphed
, Governor Johnson notifying him that
tho Japanese umba&Mdor had earnest
ly protented against the bill passed by
h- California nsEcmbly and urglns
that the governor postpone action by
withholding bin signature.
The decision of the administration
to urge Governor Johnson to use his
fewer of veto to .postpone any land
legislation was reached after a series
of ronferences between tho president,
Secretary Bryan, and John Ban sett
Moore, counsellor of the state depart
ment, and calls at the state depart-
raent by Ambassador Chlnda. It was
realized that any further attempt to
have the bill enacted by the California
legislature amended would be fruitless
since Secretary Bryan's trip to Sacra
mento was .unavailing.
Whether or not the governor com-
i plies with the administration's request
Four Dead; Seven Injured at Lake- there will probably be Important ne
vlew. Near Tacoma. i tjoUatlons between thJ United States
Tacoma. hour are dead and seven and Japan Immediately. If the land
Injured as the result of the derailment bill Is vetoed the president and Secre
of Oregon-Washington local, bound tary Bryan will have to undertake to
from Bortlaud to Seattle, near tho carrv out their Dromlse to zll -allsh
James Bryce, who has retired as
ambassador to the United States from
TRAIN TO SEATTLE WRECKED
Montamara Pesto racetrack grand
stand at I-akov!ow, a few miles south
of Tacoma. Monday afternoon. Tho
train was ditched while speeding at tia
miles an hour over a perfectly level
utretch of track.
p The Dead.
K. A. Town. Tacoma; C. E. Ueyno
vaan. Woodland, Cal.; Andrew Nils--en,
Portland; H. H. McMurroy. Seat
tle. The Injured.
Mrs. Maggie Jordan, Hlllhurst. Wn.,
r-rlous. Francis C. Roe,
slighL Adolph Swanson,
through diplomacy the enC sought by
OREGON GRANGE MEETS
National Master Guest Attends First
Time In 40 Y?ars.
Albany. Or. For the f.rst tine In
the -10 years of Its organization tho
state grange of Oregon was visited by
a national master of the grange. Oli
ver Wilson, of Peoria. 111., present
chief executive of the order, attended
Seattle, the 40th annual session of the state
Portland, grange, which began hero Tuesday,
r.ght arm and chest, serious. J. W. j and addressed the delegates. Ho gave
Warden. Sacramento, Cal., Injured a splendid tnjk and received an ova
bbout head, body and legs, believed j tlon.
to bo hurt Internally, serious. T. J. j Resolutions proposing abolishing the
Qulnn. Sacramento, Cal., leg twisted state senate, recommending that the
and face cut with flying glass. Elmer
Jcr.es. Mesklll, Wash., arm broken.
Charles Bennett. Dryad, Wash., scalp
Alt of those kilted were riding In th
smoking car in the forward threo
seats, and were crushed beneath the
steel baggnge coach, which jammed
Its way 12 feet Into the smoker.
CONFER IN CHICAGO
Chicago. That a uniting of tho pro
gressive party with the republican
party Is not only desired, but is actu
ally being sought, was the gist of sen
timent expressed at tho closo here of
a two days' conference at which re
publican leaders outlined plans for
reorganizing the party.
Herbert S. Hadley, ex-governor of
Missouri, who, with Sunators Albert
B. Cummins of Iowa, William U, Borah
of Idaho and L. Y. Sherman of Illi
nois, led In tho discussion nt tho con
ference, said afterwards that tho de
sire to hnvo those back lu tho party
who left It to join tho progressive
party waa "manifest."
Tho conference, attended by six
United States senators, numerous
members of the house of representa
tives and leaders from states as dis
tant as Massachusetts and California,
resulted In tho Issue of a statement,
Tho statement expressed the belief
that tho republican national committee
should call a republican national con
vention at as early a dato as posslbto
to effect radical changes lu party af
fairs, and especlaly In reference to
tho conduct of future national conventions.
government lend Its postal savings
funds to farmers at 4 per cent on real
estate security, the amount of the loan
not to exceed one-half the value of the
land, and proposing to do nVay with
the present system of county school
supervisors --ere introduced.
Typhoon Sweeps Philippines.
Manila. Tho worst typhoon experi
enced n eight years struck tho Islands
Sunday, causing many deaths and
wrecking several small steamers and
numerous lighter craft. Tho known
fatalities at sea total 6S, but tho total
death list from tho storm Is swelling
with Incoming reports.
SO Gold Bond Trading Stumps with
csb year's subscription to the Herald.
JACK JOHNSON GUILTY
Motion for New Trial Made, and Ar
gument Set Tor May 19.
Chicago. Jack Johnson, champion
heavyweight prizefighter, was found
guilty of violating the Mann law In
transporting Bolle Schrelber from
Pittsburg to Chicago In 1910. He waa
convicted on all seven counts in tha
IndlctmenL Tho jury returned Us ver
dict after an hour's consideration.
The maximum penalty carried by
tho conviction Is 35 years In prison
or a flue of 570.000, or both.
A motion of Assistant District At
torney Harry Farkln that Johnson bo
ordered confined in the county Jail
was overruled by Judge Carpenter and
tho negro was released on bond of
J 10,000. A motion for a new trial was
filed at ouco by counsel for Johnson
and arguments on the motion were sot
for May 19.
Contractor Win Big Damage Suit.
Portland. Judgment for $HS,G02.53
against the city nud, in favor of Itob
ert Wakefield and his associates, con
tractors for the Mount Tabor resor
volrs, In tholr action for $108,000, was
returned by tho jury. It was Just ftva
days, lacking half an hour, since they
retired to deliberate
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