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DAILY CAPITAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON,- WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1010.
WANTS MAJOR RETURNED TO HIS POST
UNITED mCSS LEASED WIRE.
"Washington, D. C, Jan. 26.
Charges that he is using his position
in tho, army to lobby Alaskan meas
ures through congress are basis for
a demand resting with Secretary
Dickinson, of the war department,
today, that an order bo issued assign
ing Major V. P. Richardson to his
. post in Alaska.
'"1 The demand is made by Delegate
JJamBO Wickersham, who declares
ahat Major Richardson once intimated
that only their respective official po
sitions prevented him from attacking
"He said that only his position as
an olllcor in ,the army and my posi
tion as a delegate to congress protect
ed me," Delegate Wickersham is re
ported as saying.
"I shall perform my duty as a del
egate from Alaska without fear 'of
assault form Major Richardson, but
I-protest against being threatened In
the capital by any officer in the army
for daring to perform such duty."
Majdr Richardson is chairman of'
the Alaskan road commission. He is
charged by Wickersham with exert
ting too much influence upon con
Wickersham declares that, while
the Alaskan council bill was pend
ing before congress, Richardson at
tempted to influence legislation in
favor of certain parts of it, although
he was in Washington ostensibly as
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Copyrlcht, 1909, by Bobert E. Peary Copyileht, 1909, by BenJ. B. Hampton
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He says Richardson endoavoredto
perpetuato himself as chairman 'bf
the roads commission, ?
Tacoma, Wash., Jan. 26. Com
mittees representing the Chamber
of Commerce and the Commercial
Club today began the work of rais
ing $15,000, the amount needed to
insure an aviation meet in this city.
TKo committee has wired Dick Fer
ris asking him for the earliest date
that the aviators can come here and
in tho meantime a suitable place for
tho "fly" will be selected. The ball
park, which is the largest in the
northwest may be used as tho start
ing plaoo, although many favor the
open prairie at American Lake,
south of the city.
Burhan Brockway, a prominent
pioneer of Douglas county, died Jan
uary 24. He was 79 years old.
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A benefit ball is to bo given by tho
Salem street car boys February 1,
In the skating rink, the proceeds of
the affair to bo used in furnishing
tho car men's club room when tho
new street car bam has been con
structed at the corner of Chemekota
and Front streets.
There are BO men in Salem em
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Light & Power Company, and the
company has decided to furnish them
with a spacious room in which to
pass away spare time. The boys are
finding no difficulty in disposing of
tickets, and a large crowd Is looked
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was for a timo a residont of the Cor
vallis vicinity, and is well known to
tho older peoplo of this section. Tho
Orogonian says: "Joseph Randall
Kerr Ii;win, aged 74 years, an Oregon
ploneor, died at tho Good Samaritan
hospital, Thursday. Mr. Irwin
crossed tho plains as a boy in 1S52,
coming to Linn county and settling
at Oakville. Ho was kidnaped by
tho Indians during tho journey, but
was later rescued by tho members of
tho party with whom ho crossod. At
the outbreak of the Civil War ho en
listed In tho Union army, and served
until tho close. After the closo of
tho war he engaged in the transfer
business here under tho name of the
Pacific Transfer Company. Later ho
conducted the Ocean Houso at Now
port, Oregon. Ho was a member of
Georgo Wright Post, G. A. It. Mr.
Irwin is survived by D. S. Irwin, of
Salem, and S. R., brothers; one son,
W. A. Irwin, of Salem, and a daugh
DEATH BY FIRE
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 2C. Fire late
last night caused tho death of an uu
Hfnown man, a lodger in tho build
ing, severely injured another and
destroyed the two-story storo and
lodging house building owned by ex
Mayor .fohn Nmueller, of George
town. The fire, the cause of which is un
known, originated In tho clothing
store which occupied the front of the
first floor. Tho man who lost his
life was found at the tap of tho
stairway in front of a locked door,
leading to a rear stairway. Tho in
jured man is Mark Mooro, a negro
ORGANIZING TO FIGHT
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Albany, Ore., Jan. 2G. Tho gro
cerymen of this city are planning
on an organization with which to
fight tho great eastern mail order
houses. Tho mail order business)
has been on tho Increase and at
present many dollars worth of
goods aro shipped in hiere from tho
East. It is high timo for tho citi
zens of Albany to wake up and tako
notice that it not only costs more
in the end to buy from such firms,
but is also very disloyal to our
homo merchants who pay their
share towards tho city's running ex
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Effective Sunday, January 1,
1910 12:01 a. m.
No. 1G Oregon Express .. 5:15 a.m.
No. IS Portland Passenger 7:43 p.m.
No. 20 Portland Passenger 3:12 p.m.
No. 14 Portland Express 8:20 a.m.
No. 12 ShastaLlmited. .. ,12:35p.m.
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No. 19 Ashland Passengor.il: 01a.m.
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Portland-HUlsboro inter . . 8:55"a.m.
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Portland-HUlsboro Intor.. 4:00p.m.
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