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.Tenters of Legislature in a
Caucus Agreed to!
If Republicans Attempt to Un
seat Teller Men In the
COMPLETR RETURNS :, IN COLO
JtADO SHOW THAT DEMOCHATS
HAVE MADK GAINS IN I CON-
C R ESS LITTLE FIE LD TO BEGIN
DKNVER, Colo., Nov. 7. At a ca li
eu today of & nurntwr of the Demo
cratic member of the new Legislature
it wa decided' that. Jf the Republicans
take revolutionary atactics to unseat
the Teller men in the House the 8en-ut-,
! which is 'strongly .Democratic,
shall not meet In -Joint scsHlon-with
the House, and shall ; deadlock the
Legislature no that it will be. JmiKMSi
ble to t!wt a. successor to Senator
Teller. A - . - , I .
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ix-nver, Colo.. Nov. 7. Practically
complete returns have been received
from every county inythe state, and
they show, that the Legislature will
Htand on Joint ballot according i to the
face of the returns. Democrat. 54;
Republicans, i45. 'Thla la a gain of one
Democrat from ha' estimate hereto
fore made. - " " t . ;.
Late returns from Chaffee . county
show the election, of the Democratic
candidate.. "" . , , . .
The Indication are now that there
will be ontests against many; mem
bers of the Legislature i outside of
Arapahoe county, and against all
three of the Congressmen known to
have bwett elected, i
To Fight For Speakership.)
K a 1 1 l, VVanh., 'Nov. 1 Congressman
fharl.M E. Utilelleld "cf Matrix, stated
today that he wan going home to be
gin the fight for the Speakership of
Hie next- Hons' til Representatives.
He believes he will be elected. Llttle
field . has been speaking in California
during the campaign. Discussing the
work of the. corning Congress, '-."be
said: ." , !
'JeglHlatoln: on : the question of
trust'. will hi th"torHst important feat
ure of the Congres work this winter. I
understand Attorney General Kriox In
drafting a bill on the subject, which
will probably embody the1 administra
tion sentiment." " -I
lJfilse, Idaho, .Nov. 7Kx-'nator
Fhoup issued an ad J reus to the public
today, announcing his,; euwidldacy ; for
the United States SenatorshiD.
New York. Nov. ".-'-Election beta
amounting to nearly 1 100 000 wt3 paid
todayln Wall ,: streeK ". The' Dtmo
crattc talk of contesting caused a delay
In settling the wagers. : !
Result Now Known.
Hrlatol. Tenn, Nov, 7 The result of
the election in the Ninth Vltglnla Con
gressional District is now known. Con
gressman Rhea, Democrat, claim ma
jority of 233. while Cnairman IJndsey
of 'the Republican Committee iimift
tht the Iefmcrat are chan(,lD(C the
returns 'anj throwing out precinctt
without warrant and that Slemii stilt
has a majority of thirty. t
More Freud Charged. ;
Chibwigo. Nov. 7. The Reoord-IleraM
tomorrow will say that Daniel llealey,
the Republican candidate for sheriff at
" th re'eont flection, clalnis he has been
elected sheriff" and .that" the. count that
showed the election f Thomas Rarrett,
by about 7.00O; plurality, U false, j
The Only Democrat
Pawtucket. R.'L, Nov. 7. Democrats
all over the state met at the hoine of
(Jovernor-Elect Garvjn tonlgtjtt to cele
brate his.Vlectlon. It was iotnted oth
that Garvin was the only Ifc-moerat
Elected Governor north of the Potomac
nd east of the Mississippi t Iver. ,
TEXAS llArnsTS MEKT i 1
WACO, Tex.. Nov. 7 The fifty-fourth
nnnu.tl meeting of the general Itaplltt
convention of Texas, which began It
isesMons today, has attracted to i Waco
"letween 3.M00 and 4.000 members of
the denomination from uh parts of the
male. t i.illi-riilK wan igimaiij
onel at 10 o'cbx'k this mornlnsr wth
Ir. It. CVBuckner ln the chair. Reports
of officers bow the affairs of the de
nomination to be In good shape. '
The Hi pi in t Women Misslanary
Workers are uls0 in annual ssion.
with Mrs, W. I Williams presiding. .
MIMIC WAR PROGRAM
FLEET IN THE CARID-!
BEAN SEA, -:1
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. Rear, Ad
miral Taylor ha made pubHc the fol
lowing regarding the ; coming move
ments of the mimic war fleetln the
Caribbean: ? ' I ,
"The European! and South Atlantic
squadrons will combine at Trinld-id the
last week In November, and the North
Atlantic squadron will arrlve-at Cute -
bra b. i t the same time." : J
The search" problem will foUow. and 1
will be" completed about December 16.!
by which date the entire fleet wilt ren-j
dezvous at Cuebra. FroTtr December 19 f
to 19 the.tlme will be occnpiedln per- 1 will make the 'Baby-Act Graff, ex
acting the detail. of organization and ' ceedlngly Interesting to tho.e who
in exercising. From December IS tolow the man who has guzzled down
29 the ships will be distributed among whisky enough to float the Sue H.
the various ports' of the West Indies. I
"'"for the -numose of eivina- ithertir in th
men. returning to Culebra December
".""After reassembling, the . fleet' '-will
mgire in ezerclse;, . nvaneuvers: and
ttiffet-ftrincr- HlrotAi v..-.
cr-in-chlef. the purposes of which are1
f'atcfd as follows:
"To make the plans for mobilizing
a large fleet a simple matter of rou
to engage In a more -comprehentd
search problem than was possible
ing the summer maneuvers. In the ;
several squadrons to insure unhVrolty,
of routine and methods of progressive
instructions; to develop the skinners by j :
systematic 'target practices and to ex-!
erciee the officers in tactical maneu
vers of a large fleet. - v,
Te Organize Fleet.
New York. Nov. 7. The battleship
Kearsarge Marled Sodth today with
Rear Admiral Higginson aboard trr- be
gin organizing the great fleet Vhlch I
to go through the war maneuvers In
the Caribbean Sea this winter; ?
Developments EaU to Disclose
-the Guilty Parties
OFFICERS ARE PUZZLED
No Evidence Adduced to In;
criminate Mason Witlr
GOVERNOR CRANE INTERESTED
IN TUB CASE AND" IlOKKD
OVER THE SCENE OF MURDER-
MONTANA ROBBERS RECAPTUR
ED NEGRO IS ARRESTED.
BOSTON, Mass., Nov, 7. In the de
velopments In the Mason case, which
has puzzled the police since Miss Clara,
A. Morton was killed In Waverly, last
Saturday, there are ; several striking
details. i 1 ;
No further evidence, however, has
- i " - .
been adduced which tends to lncrtmln-
ate Allan G.Mason, a member of, a
prominent family, who Is under arrest
jn the charge of the murder. - ' -.
So serious ha the case become that
Governor Crane has Interested himself
and he looked over the acene of the
murder today at Waverly., ,E
WaaJilngton. Nor. 7. Richard Cole,
a colored porter, was arrested today on
the charge of committing mi assault on
Mrs. Gilbert Dennis, a welt known
Jressmaker. in this city. : ten rnenths
ago. Mrs. Dennis dies from her Injur
les two weeks ago.
Dutte. Mont Nov. 7. A special to
the-illner frrm Kalispelt. Mont, t.ay:
James Uurke and Iewls Peterso'n, who
broke Jail here, have been recaptured.
- Burke and Peterson were arrested by
Post Office Inspector Ueattle as the
leaders of a gang? of robbers, who ha:l
been burglfirlzlng the Post Offices
throughout the Northwest. '
Held For Assault. f i
San Francisco, Cab, Nov, 7. Thomas
II. Williams. Jr President of the (a
fornla Jockey Club, and Truxton j'.eale,
ex -United States Minister to P.rsla
were today" held for trial by. the Super
lor Court for alleged assault with In
tent to kill .Frederick Ma rrlam. itdl tor
of the News Itter Their bonds! were
fixed at $10,000 each. The shootlrijf oc
curred last September. - -St.
Ixui Mo., Nov. 7. Three mask
ed men ralAed a saloon In North St
Iu!s, tonight. Richard M. Vernon, an
Insurance agent, was shot and will
probably die. Noise ' frltrhtened the
robbers, who ran without securing any
booty. - - - - r ;
f HAS LIBEL SUIT
FORM F.R' HERALD EDITOR SUES
EDITOR OF TIL.LAMOOFCr
: headlTight. j j t
! TILLAMOOK Nov. 7. P.- M. Wat-
scn, by his" attorney. J. II. Handley,
and Charles w. Tnl mage, has filed, a
suit In the Circuit Court against -Fred
C. liaker. editor of the- Headlight, for
te.000 damages for libel. Wutson was
formerly editor of the Tillamook Her
ald, and left there some months ago.
but returned on October 1, with the
intention of operating a new news
paper plant. V
This suit Is the outcome of the fol
lowing article published' In the Head
light under date of October 23:
"It. M. Watson has returned to Till
amook after exhausting his 'hot air'
and credit at Elma, Wash.. Where- he
made another miserable financial
fizzle In the newspaper business, and
Is now. doing the 'baby act ' trying to
work on the sympathise oi bis former
friends for help to aalst him to start
another newspater in this city. and
for the express purpose of bucking his
nhiw, Rollle J Watson, who- bought
with hard-earned cash, the Herald
plant and his uncle's good will In the
same. It is most contemptible on R
M. Watson's iart. .under, the circum
stances for him to identify himself
with, a "newspaper in this county, for.
having sold his good-will, his nephew
has & recourse at law; We would sug
gest that the new newspaper be called
the 'Baby Act Graft, and should give
a gTaphle account . of j Watson's last
bout with his wife, going home drunk.
running, Into debt and borrowing
money from his son-in-law. an honest.
hard working boy, and suddenly eklp-
ping out without paying the same:
also the tight place Watson found
himself In when he had to clear out of
Klma or commit suicide, which he
threatened to do. These reliable facts
Elmore to tap them again. We have
a spark of simpathy, however, i for
Watson for It Is distressing to see a
I man at enmity with his own relatives
ind fcaS for the arltJin., .
j "'- - '
! C7 H. TrS X" C3 TTZ. JC a '
f tie Eui Yj Hart sfOTfi Izzi
IHtnE PANAMA :
May Be Agreed Upon In the
Between Secretary Hay and
Minister Concha at Reg
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PRESIDENT MAT BE ABLE TO
DEAL. WITH IT IN UIS. MESSAGE
TO C'ONCRfXS-GENERAL SAN
TOS WtL.Lt NOT ATt'END PEACE
:- WASHINGTON, Nor. 7. The
ference between Secretary Hay
Colombian Minister Concha, who
engaged ' in the . preparation of
projected Panama Canal Treaty, con
tinue at stated periods.
The negotiations are proceeding sat
lafactorlly and predictions are made
that . the terms of the treaty will be
agreed upon very soon.
If such bethe case the President -will
be able to deal with the treaty in his
annual message to Congress.
i : Actions Suspicions.
San Jose, Costa Rica. Nov. 7. Gen
eral Santos, Military Director jit the
Colombian Revolution, will not attend
the proposed peace conference to be
held on board the United States battle
ship Wisconsin, and Panama Harbor
advices" received here last night are
believed to show that the Colombian
Government intends to perpetuate
some treacherous action if the general
went to Panama. ,
. . . " -r ' $ "
;. , Receives Congratulations. :
" Berlin,. Nov. 7. Ambassador' White
opened today a letter which President
Roosevelt sent him several teeas ago.
markd "to be opened on your 70th
birthday." ' : 4 :..
Roosevelt said iVhite had served his
ccuntry as few citizens had had. -rp-pcrtunlty
to do, and thanked him It
aonally and In the name of the, people
ftr his services. , :
White received many telegrams dur
ing the day from the United States
and Euroe. Members of the diplo
matic corps, a number of university
professjfTS, members of the Reichstag
and many of the Government officials
called a the Embassy., '
The American ; residents ' of Berlin
prenented White" with a congratulatory
addresa to'whfah ' the names of six
hundred were attached. '
An Enormous Cost.
Washington, j Nojr. 7. -The annual
TroM cost of the complete Rural Free
Delivery Berke throughout the ,UhIt
! Htatec will approximate $2,000.000,
accord! tig to the annual report of Au
tfdst W. Machen, General Superlnten-
Jent of the service. The remaining
'00.000 fijuare rnlles not now-covered
!y the. .Rural Free Delivery service will
equire ; the employment of 26,000 or
27.000 carriers In addition to those now
jinployej. making the entire force of
iirrlcrs when the extension of service
is completed within the next1 three
years, 40,000. .',
ASTOR AN INVENTOR
PATENTED WIIAT HE BELIEVES
: TC BE AN IDBAL MARINE
NEW YORK, Nov. 7. In a letter pub
lished in the current issue of a scientific
journal, Colonel John, Jacob Aator, of
this city, makes '!Hhe foflowing an
nouncement: i .t '
"All my patents' orv marine turbines
having been granted, I hereby dedicate
them to the public. In the hope that the
development of the Ideal turbine may
be hastened thereby. ; '.
Colonel Astor's patent contemplates
twin screws set tandem Instead of ride
by riide, and revolving In opposite di
rections. No engines hve yet -been
built to utilize the invention, which or
1 have been protected forthad mad his plea. In this man's life
P ; v. j a splendid object 'lesson Is given. He
ASSIGNF2D TO CONFERENCE IN
MEXICOHIS FAMILY TO GO
; f WITH HIM.
PORTIjAND Nov. 7. Bishop Karl
Cranston of this city, has Just been as
signed to hold the Methodist Episcopal
Conference in Mexico. He w,ill return
In March to hold' the Wilmington. DeL,
onference. Hie family will accompany
him to Mexico. Itishop Cranston has
been attending the missionary meeting
at Cleveland. O.. and the meeting of
itlshops at WlImV?ton, Del. At pres
ent he is In attendance at the sessions
of the Hoard of Church Extension, at
Albany, N. Y.
PROCLAIMS HERSELF THE VIRQIN
j MARY AND MAY CAUSE ,
WINNIPEG, Man. Nov. 7. At York-
ton a. young DoukhobOr woman dressed
herseir In white cotton, with white can
vas shoes and proclaimed herself, the
irgin Mary. .Many of the Dotrkhobors
believe her story and she may cause
tremble if her advice la in the wrong
direction. - . .
CASE GOES TO JURY
BERT HEATON, ACCUSED OF MUR
DER.'. WILL SOON, KNOW
j , HIS FAT EL
" wMe-a-WM-w -
EUGENE Nov. 7. The testimony In
the Bert Heaton murder case was un
der consideration this morning. : The
V Iifirn.v. -naA fh.l. Iaam V. ; .
, - "
"VVB sw - -tfB.v-B uaa : B.U11C lu Loiter,
Jury. After the state had examined Its
twenty-five or thirty witnesses seem- j
Inu tj forge a complete chain of' evi-
lence from.the time Heaton left June-
tioi City, the night of the merder. till
he was arrested, the defense announced t
that they would rest the -case without
giving testimony. Large crowds are
attracted to the trial, 'as Benton Tracy,
-the tr-.uri'ered man. was very popuUr
In Junction City and at other places
n here he resided.
Amng other things testified "to by
witnesses for the state was that Heat-
on's supposed wife Is not his wife, hot!
that he baa been living with her Tor
s vxal years: that. her. name Is Olga
Jasperson, and ihat she was commonly
known In California as "Silvers."
Has Advanced Within a Few
: Miles of BohoUe" -
GEN. MANNING HAMPERED
In Preparations' by Necessity
of. Waiting tor Army
Supplies - -
THE MAD MULLAH WELL BitjUlP
PKD WITH GUNS, AMMUNITION.
MEN ANL PROVISIONS ON EVE
OP VICTORY VENEZUELAN REV
OLUTIONISTS BEAT A RETREAT.
BERBERA, East Africa, Nov. 7,
General Manning la pushing prepara
tions for an-advance against the Mad ;
Mullah, but is hampered by the neces
sity of awaiting supplies. .
Mallah has advanced to within- a
few miles of Bohotle. He la known
to have 2 000 rifle,! one Maxim gun,
much ammunition, 15,000 spearmen and
Immense reserves of camels and sheep.
'-." Revolutionists Withdraw.
la Victoria, Venezuela. Nov. 7.
The Revolutionists withdrew fHom
their positions near ; La. Victoria and
San Mateo, November I. because they
were without ammunition. '
Vrhe latent reports issued by the Gov
ernment says that Generals Matos
Mendoza and Relra and their com
mands are flneine In disorder In the
effort to resell the -mountainous, dis
trliHs. :- - :" - ' .
Jt la diJIicult to understand the ap
parent audden : and ctimplete collaie
of the Revolutionary movement, nut
a few days ago -the rebels seemed to
be upon the eve of victory, while today
their cause seems t be absolutely
lost. President Castro left here today
for Caracas, r i .
COVERED WITH ASHES
STAM Elt'S EXPERIENCE IN MUX
; :.!,: ICO, CARRYING ASHES 300
SAN -rIJ0GO, Cal, Nov. 7. The
steamer Luxor, Cnptaln Tlmmerman,
had an cxpeil.-nce with volcanir ashes
while at San BenHo, in the so-'uthem
rart of Mexico. The steamer had been
there discharging, and was waling for
papers to come from the Mexican offl
cials. some distance Inlanl,Jefore sail
ing. About 10 o'clock in the-morning
a black' cloud appeared In the. heavens,
growing larger and larger, until the
whoie ky was overspread, and at ' 2
o'clock In the afternoon it became dark
as night and fine ashes commenced fall
The passengers became badly fright
ened, the anchor was weighted and the
steamer stariea at run speed ror Manna
Cruz. 190 miles distant. The .darkness
was intense, and the shower of ashes
reached a distance of 300 mile.
' GAMBLING HIS MANIA.
OREGON CITY; N6v. 7.-f-Sherlff Sha
ver left on the Albany local last even
ing 'for Salem, having in charge A. A.
Watt and J.-M. Kiler, two men , who
must serve terms in the state prison
for passing forged check. Watts was
given only eighteen months after he
comes from a prominent English fain
tly who gave him every luxury and as
good an education as could be had any,
where. The. prospects of no man w-ere
ever brighter, until ' he commenced
gambling. He "saW that he could not
shake the vic offand was finally put
into an Insane Asylum by his peopl in
the hope that the terrible gambling
mania would leave him. It did no good,
however, and he was turned loose to
be a wanderer. When , he came to
America his finished education secured
good r.ewspapar positions for him, but
he lost these Jobs as soon as he could
gather ei.ouh money to gamble and
Urit.k with.; He claims to be a law
yer, which can hardly be doubted, as
hie plea yesterday was one of the finest
ever listened to byi the judge, McBrtde.
Lawyer? who were present, pronounced
It as being away ahead of the ordinary.
His speech reduced his sentence sever
s l years.
OHIO TEACHERS' MEET.
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind Nov. 7. At
tracted by the reputation of the model
public school eystepi of ladlana polls,
the Central Ohio Teachers Association
began Mts annual convention. In Kh
city today, the meeting being the first
ever held by the organization outside
of the-bome state. . The. visiting' teach
ears, nearly 1,000 In number, spent the
day inf Visiting- the local schools. The
convention wlll be formally opened In
Tomllnson Hall this evening, end the
sesi'lorte wm e continued and con-1
eluded tomorrow. Among the promin
ent educators whose names appear on!
the program are William It. Maxwell.
superintendent of schools of New York 1
" 2. "ZZ? ' V. " i
lunri , ui xj in anu iiiiarn iiaw
ley Smith, of Chicago.
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held In Cleveland and Liverpool, the
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the Liberal leaders are again In high
feather, Such big reduction In Tory
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MANNY HOWARD RECraVED
fsherlflf IL K. Brown, of Baker coun-"
y. yesterday brought Manny Howard.
Jointly Indicted with Alexander- Med- .
rum. and convicted of the crime of lar
ceny of a horse, and sentenced to V
term of five years In the Penitentiary;
to the State Prison and delivered him
ovtr the authorities.
GAME IS PLENTIFUL
Wrild du-ks and geeee are reoorted
quit plentiful since the rainy season
set In. Several sports wen, out yester
day, and -one. Bert Snyder, siicce-de't
In bringing in a large string thr-
geese and eighteen ducks, which Jie
killed In the field above Turner.
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