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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, BALKM. OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1009.
Ik Dailn ida
x A jej-LI In I inii..ir..iinPTiBiEJrfM i TririPrT"
REGON HAS TODA V A WOMAN GOVERNOR
S1AN GRAFTER COULD GIVE POINTERS TO SAN FRANCISCO
flRSI WOMAN TO
GOVERN ANY STATE
5 OUT A WEIL SHOD FOOT AND SAVS
MAV FILL THE GOVERNORS SHOES,
)T DOW ABOUT THE HAT:"CHAN6E
5 PROBABLY AN IMPROVEMENT
over, will bo filed at 4 o'clock Mon- AUJT qq-j- jd
uu) i uu mo uuiy wuuina who ovit i ,
nrnalrfn.1 n.fs... tttA Ai-itt . 4m I -.
will go out of business at that hour,
and Secretary Benson will become
gpvornor that 1b If sho flies tho res
ignation. Dut aupposo oho dovolops
and uses the eternal female .preroga
tive of being a law unto herself, and
don't file 11? Mr. BonBon had bottor
be good nnd look bo to Governor
Sholton, or ho won't bo governor, not
until tho mind femlnlno lots htm
jor Chamberlain loft tho .
i minion at 9:15 this morn-
ksUnctlcally ccasod to bo rot-
, it left his resignation In tho
I i bis prlrato secrotary, Mrs.
UAtlioa, who has tho state of
mwnanas. mis rcsigao-
(bnppoeed to bo fllod at 4
Dktiij aftornoon bul sup-
ilikould not bo mod? Mrs.
Sholtoc, In answering some, perhaps
rathor Importinont questions, as to
how It felt to bo governor, said, as
Bho pushed a dainty shoo from be
neath hor skirt: "I want to fill tho
governor's shoes, and ho really ha? a
Hiunll foot, I foarv tho nrlncloal
trouble, will bo in trying to All his
hat." -. J
Tho governor's resignation, how-
Drilled Press Leased Wire.
Stanford Univorslty, Cal., Fob. 27.
Miss Anltn McLnchlnn, daughter of
Congressman McLnchlnn of Pasadena
was thrown out of an nutomobllo to
dny on tho route between horo and
Palo Alto nnd her back was so badly
Injured that alio is in a serious con
dition at tho Kappa Knppa Gamma
sorority house, where she lived.
MIbs McLnchlnn and a girl frlond
whoso homo Is In San Joso had start
ed In ono of tho automobiles that run
between hore nnd Palo ulto. It Is
charged that tho chauffeur was
drove the car into
and water craft of tho Southorn Pa
cific Railway are uritaxablo In Ken
tucky, and that tho franchlso of the
1 Grand Exhibition!
01 m Newest merchandise
Husands of yards of Embroideries, Laces, Fancy Dress
Hmings, New Belts, New Leather Bags, New Dress J
Goods. New Silks, New Shirtwaists ,New Wash Goods, $
w Notions, New Suits, New Millinery, New Dress !!
tote. New Silk Petticoats, New Flowers, New Ostrich ; I
tones, New Gloves, New Hosiery, New Shoes, New j j
Miite Goods, New Muslin Underwear, and all the rest. j
Mere and get up to date merchandise at prices that
w bung you back, and all your friends.
MMAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT I
New Arrivals in
CANNOT TAX THE
PROPERTY IN KENTUCKY
.United PrcM Leased Wire.
T Alllilil1tA Th l- IV V . I ..
uuuiDTiuu, ivy., vqo, m. j ma so iuckivbb unu urove me car into a
Miller hold today that stocks, bonds fonco, throwing both tho young girls
out. MIau McLnchlnn was brought
back to the univorslty in a cnrrlngo
that was passing. Tho othor girl wns
cotnpnny Is the only aBsessablo prop- not badly hurt, receiving only slight
orty. Tho opinion hold that the bruises.
stocks an'd bonds of tho company Msb McLnchlnn lu n sophomoro In
must bo considered In arriving at tbo tho university horo nnd Is ono of tho
valuo of tho property of tho roads. . most popular girls In school,
Tho decision was rondored la a. - o
tax suit by a rovenue agent soe'klBs JUST A LITTLE
to collect taxes on omitted personal-' nABlf TnnilQI C
ty of $3,000,000; . . DARK TROUBLE
The Southorn Pacific waa chartered , United 1're.i raed wire. .
in Kentucky. Tho nominal head-, Nqw Orleans, Fob. 27. As tho ro
quartoru of tho groat Harlrmwn sya- 8Ulf of rlorC(J l)lt(,hed ,)alUo whoh
torn Is .In, a small one-story franio waaVught on tho reots of this .city
building near this city;- toiay- botwoon dotectlws and four
tj wanted on burulnrrtchnri'Mi. onn
MAYBE YOU KNOW '"f tho Buspects la dead, yno Is mor-
WHAT THIS MEANS tH,1' und two seriously wounded.
I Thoro were no casualties in tho ranks
, of tho police.
uosaao Fnrrcro wuh killed; Vlnzo-
EUGENE AZEF WHO
AS AGENT FOR RUSSIAN G0VERMENT HE
HAD PROTECTION WHILE ASSASSINA
TING HIS FELLOW OFFICIALS
!? "StlOl f M
FUMillA f lttX
Shrewd buying in Now York en
ables us to sell suits nnd millinery
at much lower prices thnn our
competitors. Seolng is boliovlng.
$12.00 Suits now only $.5.00
$18.00 Suits now only $ 0.50
$35.00 Suits, now.only $18.90
Como and ste tho values.
United Press Leased Wirt.)
Washington, ob. 27. A final re
port of ino navy committer on reor
ganization of tho navy was sent to
congreBH today by President Rooso
volt ln,n message explaining tho full
accord' of tho reorganization with the-
Amorlcan policy of supremacy of civil
over mllltnry power. Presldont Rooso
"Nothing drastic Is recommended
In tho bureaus or othor agencies by
which tho puroly business affnlrs of
tho navy will bo now ndmlnlstored.
"They aro simply brought under
control of tho secretary of tho navy
in such a manner as to securo great
est action with least effort."
Only Ono Dce-Ilglited.
(United Press Leased Wire.)
Washington, Fob. 27. President
Roosevelt today said to former Mayor
Pholan of San .'Tnnclsce:
"Ono of tno most pleasant romem-
brances of tho administration will be
no Forrun was mortally wounded nnd
Mozlonl Bruno and Willis Mitchell,
the latter a negro, Aiistnlned wounds
that nro serious.
Tho quartet wns suspected of an
nttempt to rob a local livery stnblo.
All four oponod flio on the detect
ives with revolvers and u running
BASEBALL FANS CAN '
SEE THESE IN PORTLAND
Prosldont of tho Paclflo Coast
Leaguo, Cal Ewing, in announcing
the schedulo for tho coming season,
dated Portland to play at homo as
With Sacramento April 13, 14,
15, 16, 17, 18; Juno 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
13; October 5, 0, 7, 8, 9, 10. ,
Oakland April 27, 28, 29, 30,
May 1, 2; July 27, 28, 29, 30, 31,
Vugust 1; Sop tomb or 28, 29, 30, Oo-
(Unltcd Preia Leased Wire.
London, Fob. 27. Hugono Azof,
tho foromost flguro In tho eyes .of
Russln today, tho horo of a hundred
terrorist plots, rosponslblo for tho as
sassination of a dozen of the fore
most RuBsInn officials since 1897. and
nil that tlmo tho secret agent of the
Russlati "third circle" of police, !b In
hiding today in thia city. He was
found In an indefatigable search by
a newspaper reporter of the Evening
News, which prints probably one of
the most sensational Interviews of
The Nows claimed .to have found
Azof In hiding in a St. Pancrea; lodg
ing house, n fugitive from tho von
gcaucc allko of tho Russian gov rn-
mont nnd tho terrorist wing of tho
revolutionary rommltteo. It 'b
claimed that Azof adopted olabornto
means for disguising hlmsolf, chang
ing his countnnnco by shaving his
beard and Injecting tnllow beneath
tho skin to nltor his facial contour
Rlus, Ignatlof, Fathor Qapon i
"I glory In ray record as a terror
1st nnd my accomplishments for the
socrot pollco have been equally bril
liant. By betraying one or the othfir
alternately I could escape the wratl
of both. I found (it was aeeeetary ter
bring death to ttererat high oftetahr
in furthering my work rb a sjr-B
the terrorists. Suspicion eftea fell
upon mo, only to be removed by (He
death of some bated' publlo xaaa.
"llut on theoth'er hand I hare
worked forood, I have saved U
Uvea of 300 and more oSUI whs
were doomed by the terrorists,
Among them the Csar hImMlHw
savod by my hand three, separate
"f drganlzod all of the terrorist
plots. My friends headed thoe
which woro successful, My eaenlM
In tho revolutionary committee head
ed those which were predestined to
"Th'oso plots I organised nn.l
In tho Intorvlow Azof is alleged picked an tools tho men with whom
to have seld:
"I originally Joined tho revolution
ists for sport. Finally I fell Into tho
hands of the pollco, and found that
I could cscnpo only by botraylng tho
"I was responsible for noarly ull
of tho Russian bomb-throwing plots
since 1897, including tlioso which to-
suited In tho doath of Syplaglum, Von nnd npponrcd
Plehvo, Dobrlkoff, Grand Duko Sor- with monoy,
I did not sympatblzo. Thoa, at the
right tlmo, I InformodGhlof Ratcho
vsky, a morcllosa oflclal, the plot
would bo nipped, tho leadorc, except
ing mysolf, would bo arrested ana"
Azof, whoso blood is bought by !
dlgnnnt terrorists and officials alike,
profeBsod to feol safe from reveage,
tho hoarty accord with which tho peo
ple of California mot my of forts to tober 1, 2. 3.
prevent nn nntl-Jnpanoso uprising." San Francisco May 4, 5, fl. 7, 8,
$5.00 Now Spring Hats only 8200
$8.50 Now Spring HaU only $i.00 f
i-ots of others at lowor prices.
HERE IS A MAN WITH
THE BRAINS OF A PARROT
9; Juno 15, 10, 17, 18, 19, 20; An
gust 3, 4, 6, 0, 7, 8.
Los Angolos April 20, 21, 22, 23,
24, 25; July 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25;
Soptembor 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 2G.
Vernon-Juno 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G;
August 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15; Oc
tobor 12, 13, 14, 15, 10, 17.
SPECIALS FOR THIS SALE
ollKs, yard, 19c and up: calicoes,
yard. 4c; outing flannels, yard. 4c; J
15c dress ginghams, yard. 9c; In- ;
riff) llnnnn -. try t a rx ' '
.. uv.ua, jrUru a j.-jc; ooc aress
goods, 49c. and so along tho lino !
with all tho rest.
United Vrts leased Wire. J J within 30 days California, Nevada,
New York. Feb. 7. That the Pa-jOrogon and Washington would bo
clflc coast today is at tho mercy of, taken. They would bo as hard to r-
an army ot 300,000 Boasoned Japan-1 cover, oven for an army of 2,000,
oso soldlors was the declaration made 000 volunteers as Russia was dlftlcttlt
by William A. Rrady, formor man
ager for James J. Corbett, at tho din
nor given at the St. Regis last night
by the California Society of New
Assuming tho attitudo that the Pa
cific coast had no right to Involve
i (the country In war, because the East
i j came to tho assistance of San Fran
cisco after the fire, Brady said:
"I think it Is tlmo for California
t to remember that in case q war with I
for Napoleon" to take. Think it ovor."
Toastmnster Colvln B. Brown re
sponded with some heat, declaring
that ho thought It was tlmo for tho
East to remember that the Japanego
question Is not morely a stae Issue,
bu is a matter of import to tho whols
nation. After pointing out that a
Caucasian raco can nover livo siie
by side wjth a yellowf .race, he saUl:
"I am glad that the legislature of
California considered those thro
Japan 300.000 seasoned Japanese bills, for which the rest of the coun-
veteran troops could be landed In : try cursed ft. I aiy glad of It because
California" inside of 90 days. Thes4
300.000 Japanese' troops could" (ear
UP railroad tracks and tear down
your snow sheds and destroy your
cities 1b aplte ot amy thlr a volunteer
army could do to stop the , and that
It served to uh'ow the rest of the
country the 'real sentiment of 90-j;t
cent of the cllfcena of California up.
ob this question, But I am al3
gld.that'tlioM Msae bills were defeated.0
Tho Modern Woodmon ontortnlnod
a Inrgo number of friends at an open
mooting In their hull 'lhursday night.
After n ploiiKlng progrnm unrds und
dancing followed, and at a IhIh hour
an unjoyublo supper was survod, Tho
Itrogrum Is as follews:
Music Woodman Orahoatrn
Ilocltutlou Jsslo Duel
Voetil Solo. . . .Miss Margourlto Mors
Iteeltutiou MIhh ituth Purvlno
Piano Solo Miss Delia Wilson
Rooltutlon Altu Mutton
Muslo tVoodmnn Orchestra
Reading Mr. Clark Bolkuup
Piano ditut Misses Turner und Turpluy
Reading. . T. .. .Miss Mlgunon Oliver
Violin Solo Master Frank MoMlnti
Recitation Uoulu Haniborl
Vocal Solo Alice May MuMlnn
Hoint'tiilng Now Under the Bun.
(United 1'reM Uaaed Wire.
Cleveland, O., Fob. 27. Remark
able wireless telegraph experiments
were made today when a number of
message were successfully sent from
aboard a special train running be'
weou Buffalo and thi cljy, at kp
rate of 70 miles. an hour.
A Lake Shore traia, espeeially
equlpp'ed for the purpoee, left Buf
falo this morning and arrived hwe
this afternoon, whon the buccosb of
tho tosts was reported.
Ono mossago was Bent to President
Roosevelt. The experiment cost 0
a minute, nnd amounted in tho ag
gregate to a largo sum of monoy.
IS GOING TO LOOK
DOWN ON THE WORLD
I United .'rea Leased Wire.
Uerkoloy, Cal, Fob. 27. Tho first
flight of the Bun Frnnolseo aoro club
whloh Is oitloulatud to Introduce aero
nautics as it sport In this section of
tho world. Is to bu held hero tomor
row at 2:30 p. m. Professor Tassoll.
an aeronaut, who has been all over
tho world, will tiiko tho flight, and
will go up with tho balloon. J. M.
Matxon and D. C. Bradley, offlelals
of tho Orooker National bunk. 'will
also make tho flight with IVofesaor
Van ThsmoII. There will also bo a
pross roprosentntlvo und photograph'
er wjth thu party with a tnmora to
tako vluws of tho world at various
Thu balloon to bo sent up Is tho
largest ever built on tho Pualflo const.
It Is 78 feat high and 53 feet lu diam
eter when Inflated, and with its car
and paruphornulla without iiussengra
will wulgh four thousand pounds, Thu
ueronnuts in the bit balloon Intend to
stay up 24 hours.
! -O , 1 . ,
Twft Family The. -.
i(Unltod Press Leased Wire.)
Washington, Feb. 27. President
olect Taft and Mrs. Taft arrived hero'
today and -will reside with frie0
until tho day 6f Taft'a iHauguratlou.