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EVENTS THAI MADE KISTOHY
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William J. Gaynor (Dem) be
gan his term as Mayor of New
3--Charles W. Morse, the banker,
begins his fifteen-year sentence
in the federal prison at Atlanta.
7 President Taft directs the Sec
retary of Agriculture to remove
from office. Gilford Pinchot,
chief of the Forest Service.
10—King Edward dissolves the Brit
ish Parliament and summons a
new one to meet on February
10— The resolution to investigate the
Bailinger-Pinchot affair is ad
opted by the United States sen
12 —The Canadian Government's na
val program is announced; it
Involves the construction of el
even vessels at a cost of 12.000,
14—Charles R. Heike. secretary, and
five employes of the American
Sugar Refining Company are in
dicted in New York for conspir
acy to defraud the government.
19—John R. Walsh, the convicted
Chicago banker, begins a five
year sentence in the federal
prison at Leavenworth, Kan.
21—Japan and Russia refuse to ac
cept Secretary Knox's proposal
to neutralize the railways of
21—A passenger train on the Can
adian Pacific near Sudbury, in
Ont.. leaves the track, plunging
into the Spanish river. More
than 40 lives are lost.
2S—The water in the Seine at Paris
reaches its greatest height, sub
merging fully one-fourth of the
s—The one-hundredth anniversary
of the birth of Ole Bull is cele
brated in Norway.
S—The New York State Senate he
gins its inquiry into the Allds
B—TheMoret cabinet, in Spain, re
signs aud Jose Canalejas forms
a Radical and Anti-clerical min
11—The French steamer General
Chanzy founders off Minorca
and only one of the 159 pas
sengers and crew saved.
15—The newly elected British Par
10 —The employes of the Philadel
phia rapid Transit Company go
20—Boutrous Pasha Ghali. Eg\ p
tiun premier, is fatally shot by
21—The new British Parliament is
formally opened by King Ed
2 s—The Chinese Government depos
es the Dalai Lama and orders
the election of his successor.
26 — Ex-Fresident Roosevelt and par
ty, having completed their ex
pedition, arrive at Gondokoro,
on the upper NMe.
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3—Ninety-two men are killed by
an avalanche at Rogers' Pass,
British Columbia, while clearing
the tracks cf the Canadian Pa
cific Railway from snow.
s—The United States Senate, by a
vote of 50 to 22, passes the pos
tal savings bank bill as amen
14 —Ex-President Roosevelt is warm
ly welcomed at Khartum.
19—President Tnft and Earl Grey.
Governor-General of Canada,
speak on Canadian-American re
lations at a dinner in Albany.
19 —In the house of Representatives j
a combination of Republican;
"insurgents" and Democrats
ousts the speaker from mem
bership on the Committe on
21— Forty present and former mem
bers of the Pittsburgh councils
are indicted for bribery; ten
others confess when immunity
22—The general strike in Philadel
phia is called off after the
striking street car employes re
fuse concessions offered.
22—The British House of Lords pas
ses Lord Rosebery's reform res
olution, stating that possession
of a peerage should no longer
of itrelf entitle one to member
ship in the upper House.
24 — Ex-President Roosevelt and par
ty arrive at Cairo.
2G —President Taft amd the Cana
dian Minister of Finance, in a
conference at Washington reach
an agreement in the tariff dis
2 9 —The New York Senate sustains
the bribery charge against J. J.
3—Ex-President Roosevelt announ
ces in Rome that he will not
call on the Pope because of con
ditions which the Vatican wish
ed to impose.
5— Emil Seidel. candidate of the
Social Democrats, is elected
Mayor of Milwaukee.
6 — The military court of inquiry in
to the Brownsville shooting af
fray affirms the guilt of the
negro soldiers of the Twenty-
B—The French Parliament elected
iv 1906 comes to an end.
13—The Australian general election
results iv a victory for the la
borites over the Deakin Coali
14 — The committe of the striking
street-car employes in Philadel
phia accepts the terms offered
by the traction company.
15 — Emperor Francis Joseph re
ceives Ex-President Roosevelt
15 —A lockout in the building trades
in Germany affects nearly 200,
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, DECEMBEB 31, 1910.
22—The general strike of the build
ing trades in Berlin is ended by
23—King Albert opens the Interna
tional exposition at Brussels.
25 —President Taft appoints Gover
nor Charles E. Hughes, of New
York, to be Associate Justice
of the United States Supreme
30 —A Democratic member of the Il
linois legislature charges that
he received $1000 from his par
ty leader for voting for William
Lorimer's election as. Senator.
s—Secretary Knox and Ambassa
dor Bryce exchange ratifica
tions of the new waterway treaty
s—The5 —The city of Cart3go, Costa Rica,
is almost totally destroyed by
an earthquake, the loss of life
amounting to more than 1500.
7—George Frederick, only son of
the late King Edward, is pro
claimed King George V. of En
B—Premier Canalejas and his rup
porters are returned to power
in the Spanish elections.
10 —The German Reichstag passes a
bill limiting the production of
potash, in spite of American pro
10—Ex-President Roosevelt is a
guest of the German Emperor at
16—Ex-President Roosevelt arrives
20 —The funeral of King Edward is
held with great ceremony in
London, ex-president Roosevelt
and nine reigning monarchs at
21 —A treaty between the United
States and Canada, signed at
Washington, settles the disputed
coast boundary between Maine
and New Brunswick.
26 —Theodore' Roosevelt receives the
degree of Doctor of Laws from
3t — The royal proclamation of the
Union of South Africa is read
I—Dr. Lammasch. as president, op
ens the Newfoundland fisheries
arbitration tribunal at the
3 —The U. S. Senate passes the Ad
* ministration's Commerce (or
Railroad* bill, as amended, by
a vote of 50 to 12.
S —The British Parliament re-as
sembles at London.
S—Governor Hughes vetoes the
primary bill passed by the New
9—The House of Congress passes
the Postal Savings Bank bill.
lf>—Sir Charles Hardinge is ap
pointed Viceroy of India, sue-
feeding the Earl of Minto.
13 —Thirty-two persons lose their
lives when the water-tank on
the roof of the Montreal Herald
building falls through to the
IS—Ex-President Roosevelt is en
thusiastically welcomed in New
York city on his return from
his African and European trip.
20—-President Taft signs the bill
granting statehood to Arizona
and New Mexico.
25 — The first regular session of the
Sixty-first Congress ended.
26 — Porfirio Diaz is re-elected for
his eigth term as President of
Mexico. Ramon Corral again be
ing chosen vice-president.
28 — After six months of investiga
tion the grand jury headed by
John U. Rockefeller, Jr. re
• ports that no organized "white
slave" traffic exists in New York
I—The1 —The New York State Senate re
jects the direct primary bill
and tiie special session of the
legislature comes to an end.
7 —Mrs. Ella Flagg Young, super
intendent of schools in Chicago,
is elected president of the Na
tional Educational Association.
12 —Fire destroys the towns of
Campbellton and Richardcville
in New Brunswick, leaving
12—The fourth P,;n-American Con
ference begins its sossion at
17—Japan notifies th<* European
powers that commercial treat
ies will terminrde at the end of
23—A cyrlonf. sweeps over Milan.
Italy, causing the death or 60
persons pnd the destruction of
many millions of dollars worth
29 — The bill amending th* King*?
accession declaration passes its
third reading in the British
House of Commons.
1— -The new Pennsylvania Railroad
terminal in New York city is
formally turned over to the
company by the contractors.
2— The strike of conductors train
men and yardmen on the Grand
Trunk and Central Vermont sys
tems is ended through inter
vention by the Canadian gov
9 —Mayor Gaynor, of New York,
about to start for a trip to Eu
rope, is shot and seriously in
jured by a discharged city em
10 —Fifteen members of a mob which
took part in a lynching at New -
ark, Ohio, on July 8, are in
dicted for murder.
— More |b are lost
and 100,000 people made home
less by extensive floods near
14—Fire destroys the Belgian, En
glish and Frensh sections of the
Brussels exposition, the loss
amounting to more than 10,
21—Wallace and several smaller
towns in Idaho are almost com
pletely destroyed by forest fires.
28—Japan formally annexes Korea,
renaming it Cho-sen.
31—Turkey grants to American re
ligious educational and benevo
lent institutions exemption from
the Ottoman law and permits
them t? hold land.
7—The International Court of Ar
bitration at The Hague hands
down a compromise award in
the Newfoundland fisheries case
H—The Eurharistic Congress in
Montreal closes with a parade
of 100,000 Catholics.
12—The Democrats carry the Ari
zona election and obtain the
power to formulate the state's
constitution. The issue was
initiative, referendum and re
call, advocated by the Demo
15—Speaker Cannon is renominated
for Congress in his district.
15—At the election for members of
the new parliament of the Un
ion of South Africa, 67 Nation
alists. 37 Unionists, four Labor
ites and 13 Independents are
27—The New York State Republi
can Convention refuses to ratify
the State Committee's selection
of Vice-President Sherman as
temporary chairman and, by a
vote of 567 to 445, elects Theo
dore Roosevelt instead. *
2 B—The international arbitration
• court at the Hague begins its
hearings in the Orinoco Steam
ship's case in the dispute be
tween Venezuela and the I. S
29—Seventy-three persons are ser
iously injured in conflicts be
tween strikers and the Berlin
30—A comparatively slight disa
greement between the British
Federation of Master Cotton
Spinners and its employes re
sults in the closing of the mils
affecting 150,000 workers.
30 —Official figures give the total
number of deaths from cholera
to date, in Russia, at 92,329.
I—The1 —The plant of the Los Angeles
Times is destroyed by a bomb,
twenty-one persons losing their
lives in the ensuing fire.
3 —The new Chinese Senate is op
ened in Peking, by the Regent,
I—A1 —A successful revolution ig ef
fected in Portugal by the Re
publican party, with the assis
tance of the army and navy.
King Manuel and the Queen
3—The Portugese revolutionists
chose Theophile Braga as Pro
visional President of the Re
C —Charles E. Hughes retires as
Governor of New York, Lieut.
Gov. Horace White becoming
10—Ex-Governor Hughes of New
York is sworn in as Associate
Justice of the United States Su
17—The French railroad strike is
called off by the workmen's
committee, without explanation.
21 —The Senate of the New York
University makes its quinquen
nial selection of names for in
clusion in the Hall of Fame, in
cluding Harriet Beecher Stowe,
Oliver Wendell Holmes and Ed
gar Allen Poe.
23 —The voters of Switzerland re
ject the proposed constitutional
amendment providing for pro
portional representation in elec
tions for the national council.
25 —The International Court of Ar
bitration at The Hague renders
its decision in the Orinoco
Steamship Company case.
28 —The strike of express helpers in
Jersey City spreads to New
29 —Mrs. E. H. Harriman makes
formal presentation of a deed
for 10,000 acres of land and
$1,000,000 for the creation of a
park in New York and New
1 — The Czar approves the measure
extending the zone of residence
of Jews in Russia.
4—An imperial decree announces
that the first Chinese Parlia
ment will be convoked in 1913.
B—Elections to the Sixty-Second
Congress result as follows: Re
publicans, 165; Democrats,22s;
10— The express strike in New York
and Jersey City is declared off.
11— The diplomatic representatives
of the I'nited States. Germany,
Russia, Sweden,and Norway of
ficially recognize the republi
can government in Portugal.
15 —Marshall Hermes da Fonesca is
inaugurated as President of
IS—More than one hundred suffra
gettes are arrested in London
during a demonstration outside
the Parliament building.
22—Sailors of the Brazilian navy
28—The British Parliament is dis
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2S—The Federal Government files a
petition asking for the dissolu
tion of the corporations com
posing the so-called sugar-trust.
I—Gen. Porfirio Diaz inaugurated
as President of Mexico for his
s—Opening of the final session of
the Sixty-First Congress.
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12—President Taft nominates Jus
tice Edward D. White to he the
Chief Justice of the United
States Supreme Court.
14 — Andrew Carnegie gives $11,
500,000 to aid in establishing a
15— Marc-Emile Ruchet is elected
President of the Swiss Confed
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