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Tu)iceaWeek Wednesday Edition tt ir ALL THE OFFICIAL NEW OF WALLOWA COUNTY IN THE N-R ALL THE NEWS WHILE IT 18 NEWS TWICE-A-WEEK NEWS RECORD ELEVENTH YEAR. NO. 118L ENTERPRISE, WALLOWA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1910. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NEWS RECORD Cent a word single Insertion, 1 cenU a word 2 Insertions. Special rates by month and year. FOR 8ALE. Driving pony and- singly harness. Is also Good Saddle Pony. Cheap .for cash. Call at this1 office. 17al One of the desirable quarters of North Wallo,wa county, located close to the Bartletit store and Postoffice. Avply to owner, ,C Murdock, Troy, Oregon. 109b4 CONSERVATION IS '" STRONGLY UPHELD Pinchot and Garfield Warmly Defend Their Polices at St. Paul. Pour well-broke young, fresn mucn cows. N. E. Haromack, Swamp Creek Thos. Slegmund left on sale at Ri ley & Riley's the Wonder Washer. Nice small place adjoining Enter priue; six-room house, barn, out buildings,, young orchard, timber, running water, etc. Inquire at this office. 116b6 I will sell ch ap for cash my farm on PralriA jreea. 160 ' All 100 acre ennA nlow land except 10 acres; acres under ditch. 3 miles east of Enterprise. Peter Olsen, Enter prlse. l16b FOUND. Small chain, and locket. Owner may have the same by proving prop erty and paying for this notice. MONEY TO LOAN aiot Wnnrta loaned. 6 per cent. John P. Rusk. Atty. State Land B'd. Joseph Farm loans at 7V4 percent, write First Bank of Joseph. Call or 6&bt " WANTED. Ex-Forester Piuchot and ex-Secretary of the Interior James R. Gar field were guests of honor at a ban quet given by the St. Paul Roosevelt Club Saturday night. , Mr. Pinchot spoke on "Our Natural Resource and How to Conserve Them." He said that conservation . had "captured the Nation." "All monop oly,"'he added, "rests on the unrcju lated control of natural resources and natural advantages and such control by the special interests is impossible without the help of politics. The al liance between business and politics is the most dangerous thing in' oui political life. It is the snake that wt must kill. The special interests must get out of politics, or the Am States senators b'y direct' vote of the people, condemning the action of the Washington state railroad commission in making the appointment of state grain inspector without consulting the union, and condemning the prac tice of appointing as deputies the friends of the corporations that have so unmercifully exploited us in the past, and demand that this position be filled by a man from our own ranks. 'i SPORTS AND ATHLETICS Zbyszsko, the Polish wrestler, de feated Dr. B. F. Roller In two straight falls in their match at Seattle. The time of the first fall was one hour and 52 minutes and of ther second 19 minutes'. . . NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL C API! A i What Our Lawmakers Are DoJ . ing and Other Items cf Importance. WASHINGTON. B y the over whelming majority of 195 to 101, the House passed the postal savings bank bill as recently agreed upon by the Republican caucus of the House. Under the terms of the postal sav ings bank bill passed by the House a board of trustees is created,- con sisting of the Postmaster-General, the Secretary of the Treasury, and the. Attorney-General, who Bhall de clare what Postofnces shall become Experienced' dressmaker wanits, sew ing to do at her home. Inquire at thi office. H2tf Lumber, Anyone having lumber of any grade in any amount for sale, or who has timber he Intends to saw soon, and wishes lo contract the lum ber, call on or address W. F. Rankin at Haney planer in Enterprise, Agent for W. IL jvattg. 26M MISCELLANEOUS. (harness and shoes repaired. Ralph Hollembaelt, with Rodgera Bros.', in rink building. H3bm ' Stockholders' Annual Meeting. "lhe annuarmeeting of the stock holders of the Enterprise Hotel Corn puny will- be held at the company's 1-f tej la Enterprise, Oregon, on Mon-da- June 20th, at two o'clock p. m., foi the purpose of electing a board o' directors, and the transaction of si ch business, as may properly come before said meeting. GEO. W. HYATT, Secy. His SUtus. "Fa." "Weil?" "Is a man's wife his better balfr "That's what they say. son. Why?". "Gee! Old Solomon must 'a' been a pretty small fraction!" Cleveland Leader. . The Standard Oil Company has lowered the price of Pennsylvania trade -oil five cents to $1.30. Other grades remain unchanged. Eight thousand union men working on the Panama canal may strike if their demands for Increase of 20 per cent pay are not graned by the gov ernment. The unionists are paid by the hour, while the other employees are paid the regular salaries and are allowed a month's vacation on pay The United States circuit court unanimously denied the injunction sought by the Pullman company, ask' ing that the interstate commerce com mission be restrained from ordering a reduction in the price of upper fcerths in sleeplpg cars. THE MARKETS - v'lWiiill.-' ! President Ban Johnson Of the Am erican League, has issued an order , p0Btai gavmgS banks. Deposits in these banks made by any one person shall not be more than $100 a month or exceed a total permanent soat of government, as the bill which carried in Saturday's elec tion contemplated, were confirmed when Governor Haskell issued a state ment declaring that his force would remain here. Returns from over the state indicate that the majority for the capitol location bill Is between J 30,000 and 35,000. Oklahoma City's plurality over Guthrie and Shawnee Is probably 65,000. PROBING L0RIMER CASE. Wayman, Attorney For the Sttte of Illinois. compelling all his catchers to take their "protector, mask and glove back to the bench with them. ' This pre vents the other catcher from stum bling over them when chasing a foul. The injury to Ad Wolgast's left arm In his contest with : Jack Red mond at Milwaukee Is defined by the Badger Athletic Club's physician as a "muscle bruise," and will not incapac itate the fighter longer than two weeks. The physician says that no bones are broken and that there is very little swelling.. As the date of the Jeffries-Johnson ring battle approaches, the . many thousands of people Interested In the match continue to speculate more than ever on the result. The betting still remains at odds of 10 to 7. with Jeffries he favorite, but if there is any change it will be to shorten the price, as Johnson money is sure to put In an appearance with ithe close of the month. Tom Cprbett has been appointed official commissioner by the club, which means that on the day of the fight he will have the right to handle all wagers that the sports care to make. - JAMES R. GARFIELD. erican people will put them out oi business. There is no third course He said it was a vast undertaking to drive the special interests out oi Dolltics. There were two remedies. The first was honesty in public men; the second, complete publicity. He concluded: "The special Interests must be put out of politics. I believe the young men will do it." .,' Mr. Garfield talked on the "Ulti mate Results of Conservation," and his address was more fiery and even more denunciatory than Plnchot's. and declared that the, principles laid down by himself and Pinchot might be construed as the formal announce ment fdr-a campaign for the revival of the Roosevelt policies. F0LITICAL NEWS CRIMES AND MISHAPS .Trapped in an assemblage they had attempted to rob, two outlaws made a desperate resistance and escaped af ter killing a Japanese banker, fatally wounding another Japanese and put ting a bullet through the shoulder of a third at Ogden Utah. A dozen or more prominent Japanese were hold ing a business meeting In their hall when two armed men entered and or dered "Hands up!" R. M. Wiley, popularly known as "Bones" Wiley, a recent graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and son of O. E. L. Wiley, president of the Standard Underground Cable Company, of 56 Liberty street, New York City, was caught while robbing the residence of James . Yankie, a wealthy real estate man of Los An geles, on fashionable Bonnie Brae street, and arrested after a fierce bat tle with four firemen and about 20 citizens. Portland. Wheat Track prices: Club, 80 tic; bluestem, 85c; red Russian, 78c. " Barley Feed and brewing, $1920. Oats No. 1 white, $27 per ton. Hay Timothy, Willamette Valley, $2021 per ton; Eastern Oregon, $2225; alfalfa, $16; clover, $16. Butter Extra, 29c; fancy, 29c; ranch, 20c. . Eggs Ranch, candled, 27c. '. ' " Hops 1909 crop, ll14c; olds, nominal. ' ; Wool Eastern Oregon, 1417e per pound. . -'.. ' . f Mohair 32933c. ; Seattle. Wheat Bluestem, 13c; club, 79c; red Russian, 77c. Oats $26 per ton. Barley $20 per ton. Hay Timothy, $25 per ton; alfalfa, $16 per ton. . . ' , Butter Washington Creamery, 30e; ranch, 25c. - :' . Eggs Selected local, 29c. . potatoes Market demoralised. It Is rumored that W. J. Bryan -Is going to be United States Senator in Nebraska. , , Speaker Cannon will enter the Congressional campaign this Fall and defy- his political enemies from the stump In various parts of . the coun ts- Leslie M. Shaw, ex-Secretary of the Treasury, speaking before the mem bers of the Hawkeye Fellowship Club at Chicago, scored Insurgents In the Republican party,, declared "stand pat" ideas the only logical principles of government and stigmatized ' the South as Ignorant on political ques tions. . . , A message of felicitation to Presi dent Taft, the adoption of a platform Indorsing the --National Administra tion; the selection of W. D. Connor, of Marshfield, as state chairman; the choosing of a campaign committee of 22 members, two from each Congres sional district, marked ' the closing day's session of the Wisconsin Re publican State Convention. Farmers' Stand Up for Rights. COEUR D'ALENE. After a three days' session the convention of farm ers' unions, representing the states of Oregon, Washington and Idaho, ad journed. ' . ' ' ''' At the final meeting resolutions were adopted demanding the estab lishment of an effective parcels post and postal savings bank system, the prohibition of gambling In futures, consolidation of national resources, the election of pjesident and United PLACED ALIVE IN TRUNK Suffocation Caused Death of Mrs. Charlton In Italy. CQMO, Italy, June 13. The police are trying to solve the mysterious murder of an American woman, Mrs. Porter Charlton,' of New York, for merly Mary Crittenden Scott, of San Francisco, whose body was found in a trunk at the bottom of Lake Como. Detectives believe Mrs. Charlton met her death at the hands oi two men. Porter , Charlton, the young hus band, who was on a wedding trip with Ms bride, is also missing. STATES TO END DISPUTE. OLYMPIA, June 13. A telegram has been received by Acting Governor Howell from Washington to the effect thaj. President Taft had signed the resolution adopted . by both Houses of Congress authorizing the Governors oi wasnington ana Oregon to ap point a Joint commission to settle the dispute between the two states. Denver to Hold an Exhibition. DENVER, June 13. Business men of Denver have decided on a national exposition, to be held In Denver, September 3 to 17 of this year, dur ing which Theodore Roosevelt will be In Denver as a guest of the city. The Spanish-American War Veterans and a half dozen other National, conven tions will also be In session here. -J : of $500. The money accumulated in the Pos tal Savings Bank Is to be deposited in both National and Btate banks In the vicinity of the postofftces In which the money Is deposited by the people, such banks to pay 2 1-4 per cent Interest Would Control Railroad Stock. President Taft made It clear at a conference with the conferees on the railroad bill that he will insist tfpon legislation against "stock watering.' As a result of the conference It was agreed that a paragraph shall be add ed to the bill providing for a com mission to investigate and report at the next session of Congress the best means of dealing with this situation. The PresidenJ was told that with all the Democrats but one op pose a to giving the Interstate Commerce Com mission supervision' of the subject, It was impossible to get an out-and-out provision for the control of stock and bond Issues in the bill at this session. Taft Wants Congress to Hurry. . President Taft has asked the lead ers of the Senate and House to ad journ, by July 1, If there Is any pos sible way of doing It. President Taft is impatient, so emphatic is the President's plea for an early ad Journment that the leaders , com menced a vigorous campaign. Repre sentative Dwlght of New York, Re publican whip, has charge of the early adjournment committee of the House. Vice-President Sherman has been campaigning for celerity In the Senate. May Support Withdrawal Bill. The Administration bill authorizing the President to withdraw public lands temporarily will receive the votes of a number of Western Sena tors who regard it as bad or Ill-advis ed legislation. These Senators will support it solely because they regard It as the best present solution of a perplexing problem. Obnoxious as they declare the bill to be, they are of the opinion that It Is less obnoxious than results that would follow should the bill be defeated. Moreover, the bill Is to be forced to carry througH the $30,000,000 irrigation bill, and that In Itself will win It a number of Western votes. Agree on Naval Program. After overruling the recommenda tions of its conferees on the naval appropriation bill by agreeing to the Senate amendments that one battle ship should be built In a navy-yard and not more than one should be constructed by the same contractor and agreeing to have a $1,000,000 col Her built in a navy-yard for the Pact flc Coast, the House has approved the report of its 1 conferees on that measure. , Publle Domain Increased. By approving the latest step In the re-classlficatlon of the national for ests and public lands, President Taft Increased the public domain available to homestead entry to 1, 182,812 acres -and Increased the na tional forests 381,094 acres. The re-classiflcatlon is the Government's hope of stemming the tide of emigra tion from the United States to the Canadian Northwest. With more than a million acres now available for homestead entry, It Is claimed there will be no need of settlers going over the border to gain the advantages of ITEMS OF INTEREST THROUGHOUT OREGON Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Our Readers. Prohibition Party Names Ticket. PORTLAND. The nominating com littee of the Prohibition State Con vention, which met in this city Fri day, named the following ticket for state o dices: For Governor A. E. Eaton, of Union. , ' For Secretary of State N. A. Davis of Milton. For State Treasurer' Leslie Butler, of Hood River. For Congress, Second District4 George B. Piatt, of Portland. , The platfor, mis the most Interest ing feature of the convention, for it covers a wide range. Cognizance Is taken of the recent convention of retail liquor dealers who have deter mined on a higher standard of sa loons, but the Prohibition platform contends that the better the saloon, the more pernicious. BRIEF NEWS OF THE WEEK kignt woo a. The wood of a tree growing on the coast of lake Tehnd, In Africa, has even less specific gravity than cork. vlre'n homestead. Oklahoma City Capltsl. OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., June 14. Rumors that Governor Haskell in tended maklnc Oklahoma City the The Federal grand jury at Wash ington, D. C, has returned an in dlctment against the Western Unioa Telegraph Company, charglna It with 42 violations of the bucketshop law oi March 1, 1909. Included In the deficiency appro prlation bill Is an item of $43,654 to reimburse the State of Idaho foi moneys advanced the Federal Gov ernment to survey , lands .granted, to the state at the date of . its admis sion. Professor Bernhard Boggild, the noted Danish authority on dairying and milk supply, who Is visiting the United States and who came to this country especially to lecture at Cor nell university, the University of Il linois, the University of Minnesota, and the State College of South Da kota, has been secured to deliver series of lectures In Idaho. The Senate has adopted an amend ment to the sundry civil bill offered by Senator Heyburn, appropriating $100,000 for public land surveys in Idaho. The conference report of the Hamer bill extending the dry farm act to Idaho passed the House. It provides 325,000 acres may be enter ed by non-residents. Senator Hey burn opposed the bill. Mexico has agreed to the terms oi arbitration proposed by the United States for the settlement of the Chemical zone controversy, The con troversy was over the boundary be tween this country and Mexico In the vicinity of El Paso. The Civil Service Commission oa July 1 will create a new district, comprising Oregon, Washington, Ida ho, Montana and Wyoming, all but Wyoming being carved out of the old San Francisco district. Through the efforts of the Washington Senators the -headquarters of this new district is to be located at Seattle. A land scandal of large proportions Is said to be brewing, and the expos ure of prominent men In Eastern Washington and Idaho is threatened. The mines owned by the Amalga mated Copper company, show in creased earnings of $7,019,669.19 for the fiscal yer.r, as compared with the previous period of time, according to a statement filed with the county as sessor. The arrival home of former Presi dent Roosevelt will rivlt the eyes of the nation on New York City Satur day. The celebration Is expected to eclipse all demonstrations of Its kind since the memorable return of Ad miral Dewey after the victory of Ma nila bay. New York city will be filled with thousands of visitors who are going to the metropolis to Join In the general acclaim in honor of the ex-presldont after his absence ' of 15 months. In spite of official denials of reports that King Alfonso Is suffering seri ous Illness, it Is known that he has tuberculosis of the throat The dls ea&e is pronounced Incurable, PORTLAND. The President has igned a proclamation eliminating 203,635 acres from the Wallowa Na tional forest, Oregon. ' The elimina tion is the result of a careful exam ination made by the United States Department of Agriculture during the fact that the areas now eliminated were either open grass land with very little timber or timbered areas' so largely alienated that further ad ministration by the Forest Service was csnsldered Impracticable. The lands released are not needed for watershed protection, aM are not nsinnlHorori in tiA phleflv valuable for National forest purposes. The unap propriated portions of the areas elim inated by this proclamation will be restored to settlement and entry af ter having been advertised in the local papers by the Secretary of the Interior. Taft Opens Big Tract. Great Trace of Land on Sale. PRINEVILLE. The great acreage of the Willamette Valley & Cascade Mountain Wagon Road land grant Is on the market in Its entirety. Presi dent Watson P. Davidson, of the com pany now owning .these lands, states that every acre of these lands Is for sale, and that any man who was an actual settler, and would furnUh a good reason why he could not pay for the lands at the time of purchase, would be taken care of with a small payment down on the lands he se lects and the balance of the purchase price could be paid In five or more annual payments at 6 per cent Inter est. The new company will not deal so kindly with' Investors, however, for it is their desire to colonize the lands with actual settlers. New County Line Asked. SALEM. C. S. McDuffy, of Port land, has filed a county Initiative petition, proposing to cut off a large section of Washington county and add it to Multnomah. Mr. McDuffy also has filed the Otis and Williams county petitions and the petition pro viding for detaching a portion of Clackamas county and adding it to Multnomah county, and it is under stood that he has in charge the Or chard county petition, making a total of five new counties created or old ones whose boundaries may be altered by Mr. McDuffy's efforts. Crazed Herder Kills Employers. LAKEVIEW. The murder of Wal ter and Herbert Newell, prominent young sheepmen, who were shot from ambush near Plush, Lake county, by a discharged sheepherder named Bol ivar, has created great excitement and two posses under Deputy Sher iff's Arthur and Snider, left here heavily armed, for the scene of the crime The victims were about 21 and 23 years of age, bore e-cr-Hent charac ters for sobriety and industry, and no reason can be assigned for the crime other than that the killer had gone Intane while under the Influence of liquor.