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Vt) .xni. SALKM, OREGON, MONDAY, APIHL 22, 1007. NO. 97. STEAMER ASHORE IN JAPAN INDIAN BOY IS KILLED HUGHES SUCCEEDS ROOSEVELT P ..... VARIOUS CAUSES CELEBRE GERMANS STEAL MARCH THROWN OPEN VM ...... Uhfrfi rtttr. DC ucu i thii." 'ii- He Tracts Can Be Had in laano ...i., rH 32. ThlrtV 2BC JU'-' ' -- and acres tf Irrigable land wow fopen at noon today for public . md hundreds of pooplo came xt their filings upon tho nllot- u available. Tho opening le kH by tho state land board of . Icb sc Is tlio land to aot- it BO cents an acre, oi which ;U is jald down. The perpetual right Is 130, of which $3 nu U paid down and tho balanc line annual Installments. The of the Carey act, which gov tiu opening, Is to onablo a set- to pay for his land from bis n, mis mo "" wi"jmj, lie land In tho northwest this md will be followed by others a the remainder of tho tract Is open. The tract Ib on the 'Itiit of the Snake river opposite original Twin Falls tract of 240, icres which has all beon set latwoyrars with 10,000 people. towns have been built, ono of b, Twin Falls tract of 240,000 s vhlch has all boon settled In tears ultta 10,000 people Soven m hare been built of which i Falls has n population of over I and a 1 the Improvements of i !rn city, Including wnter works Mirers. Among tho buildings Is costing $100,000, which Is as xious as the most modorn and ex- hostelry Tho town lots of r wero also plnced on nlo to- , tad as this Is tho railroad and lt town of the now tract, It lies to bo a bustling city. This Is 30 miles southwest of Nlmo- (, and Is on tho Mlnodoha & acfstern railway a 75-mllo h of the Oregon Short Line. penetrates this new and pho- lully rich country. Tho Twin i project. s Interesting because rapid development nnd tho fine Mihlp tbat Is embraced In Us iktlon, Water was first turnod the canals in 190r, tho supply i:Uef only to the eastern part, la 190G It was available over Uro tract and nearly 100,000 ere r. lalnied. Mnny of the i an r,"W selling oft a part ulr holdlnu having tnkon th of 16'" r.. r. s, and often mnJp ;on li.i they sell to pay for tay ntam Sales of entire e trait have boon mndo nt aa a r. Fjve-ncro tracts near " of Twin Tails have sold I ID ft! r All Min Inml vn Uon tho rnvment of 13.60 nn town, two yeara ncn. Tho ' alkiwan. . in the contraot Is "I f'v , (t stcond for oach "it 9-ncre Inches a ' 1 In miners' Inches iout 100 InchM to nn The amount "-ft as inn oh as Is the Snaku has the 420,000 acres - tract is more than '1 up lands of Utah, " 'i00 aeree. Thef ) nearly the same south side, which t the bottom, nnd f "4tural body water, of them. Cola- i r. paratlons for the rth side tract at jmpletlon of tho f electric appara- iment of power. San Francisco, April 22. The of-, flclnls of tho Pacific Mall asorlbo tho accident to tho Mongolia to the per sistant rofusal of Japanese sailing masters to pay any nttentlou to slg nnlB or movomcuts of American vos 8ols. They say a number of acci dents nro duo to this causo, and mora wero narrowly avortod. The Mon golian loft Hong Kong April ICth, and was duo horo May 14th. Sho carried a full list of passengors and a crow of 400. Tho stoamor Mngnolla Is nshoro near Mnyeda lighthouse, In tho prov lnc o; Nngato. Tho locality is full of reefs. Tho Magnolia sought to avoid a collision with n sailing ship. She is closo to land, nnd there is no po-slblllty of loss of life. Tho ship will probably also be Bnved. TR1OTY BaSE BALL Trying to Break Into Chemawa Store Had Been Out In the Woods and Needed Grub Woodburn, April 22. A fast and oxcltlng gnmo of baseball between tho Woodburn team and tho N. P. Browors horo yosterdny rosultod In a victory for tho Browors. The Brovor8 scorod a comploto blank un til tho ninth inning, whon a walk and three MtB sont thrco of their men across tho plate. Tho gnmo was full of sonBatlonnl playing, and looked llko tho big longuo gamos, in fact hotter than some of them. Con cannon, for Woodburn, pitched star ball, striking out 14 of the husky Drowors, whllo RobliiBon, of tho vis itors, retired only four Woodburn ltos. Tho score: IL 11. E. N. P. Brewers 3 10 2 Woodburn .Jjr 3 2 o An Indian bay namod Chariot Floater, aged about 14, was shot through tho head this morning while trying to bronk Into tho storo nt Che mawa Btatlon. Tho shooting took plnco about 1 a. m., but the boy did not dlo until about S:30. Ho wan shot through tho head, tho bullet en tering tho Bkull nbovo tho right oar, and coming out nbovo the loft ear. going through tho brnln In a down ward course. Thrco physicians worked over the lad to suvo hlB life, tho Indian school physician and Drs. Mott and Miles, of Snlom. The shooting waB dono by It. O. Homier son, tho storo kcopor, postmaster nnd telegraph operator, who has been doing business nt tho school for about flvo yenrB. Ho was awakonod by tho Flostor boy, who was accom panied by nnother boy, Ignnco Sey mour, trying to bronk In, nnd got up to dofond hlB property. As tho boy ran awny ho flrod, and with fntal ro sults. Thoro 1b no blnmo nttaohsd to Hendorson, who Is well liked nnd gonernlly rospected at tho school, lliul n ltml Hcoonl. The Floater hoy had a bad rocord iiB n chronic runaway. Ills homo Is In Northern California, nnd his moth er, whon InBt hoard from, was about Dunsmulr Bomowhoro. Tho boy rnn away four times, twice -gottlng nB far as Grants Pnss nnd onco to Tnn gont. Tho Inst tlmo he "bus boon out In tho woods hiding slnco Inst Fri day, ond probably camo In, driven by hunger, to get Bomothlng to oat. Dr. Chaloraft Immediately tolophonod Unltod Stntoa Attorney Bristol, at Portland, and Bristol ndvlsod that an Inquost bo held, and Shorlff Cul vor nnd Coronor Clough, of Salem, wont down this morning and hold an Inquest. Supt. Chulcrnft wont to Portland nnd laid tho wholo case be Crater Lake ltonrt Sold. Mcdford, April 22. Saturday Ho- colvor Hoddy. In accordance with the order of tho circuit court of Jackson county, offered at receiver's sale- tho property of tho Medford & Crater J for0 ln8 fU(jerni authorities, and It Lnko railway. Tho sale took place , wnB jodded that tho county oflloew at JackBonvlllo, nnd, contrary to tho ll(ul jrdlctIon In tho case. Bristol expectations of those Interested, the RdVsad that they go abend nnd got blddorB wore fow. Stophon Carver at lll0 ,nctH un,j t,etl r8,,0rt to him. nnd Judgo Durham, for his client, Ti10 iniiinn chlWren nt tho school are Now York. April 22. Honry Wattorson says Governor Hughes Ib cortnin to be the Ilopubllcnn noml neo for 190S, and Bryan tho Demo cratic. Ho prodlcts Hughes' election Hu snys ho holds n ticket in tho Paris mutunls bet of a hundred to ono that Hughes will succeed Roosevelt. Clerk; Stolo BomK Now York, April 22. Tho presi dent of tho Trust Company of North America today stated that another nrrest may bo mndo In tho enso of W. O. Douglas, tho defaulting em ploye of tho company. Douglas Bays ho took a quarter of a million. Tho ofuclnlB aro only to establish a short ago of K0,000. Douglas waB ar raigned today and hold without ball. President Thorno snya Douglas ad mits taking tho bonds, nnd told whoro they could bo found. Ho mndo no attempt to dlsposo of thorn, and Bald ho did not know why ho hnd taken them. o ELECTRIC WORKERS STRIKE Snlt Lake, April 22. Tho Salt Lake Mreot car operative met th! morning and balloted on n strike. Tho rowilt will be nnnounuod tuutght It Is Konornlly admitted that tho Btrlke will bo called Wodnosd&y, nnd nil tho mon connected with tho nlllcd unionB, It Is Bald, will also walk nut. This inonnB no streut cura, no lights nnd no power until tho trouble Is settled. DUTCH TOWN , NEWS H. or ..! & Me.,,,. ant i- turn m (, H. bui f of d. Twin tWirru,- th4! - Uai . , lf- S4 f fltb -i W of t ' falls s f'Mtl.a.. U j Mr. Dewing, of Kalnninzoo, Michi gan, wero tho only bidders. At 2:45 the blddlqg reached high wator mark at $G2,700. and tho road was knocked down to Judgo Durham, or Win. Dowlng & Sons, of Kalamazoo, at that flguro. The extremely low price offerod lo somewhat surprising, in vlow of the rainbow talk Indulged In prior to thi sale, but the fact that tho purchas ers of the road are abundantly able to complete it without dolay war rants It early oporatlon as soon as tho sale is conflmed. Dewing & Sons have largo interests In the vi cinity of Butte Falls, and these inter ests domand tho oporatlon of the line, for this reason tbat the trans fer of tho road to them give general satisfaction. The sale is not eeitftlvo, as an offer of ten per eent above the ac cepted bid can yet be made within five days. ad Lh sal will be reopened. Cfr Hif at SL aj f.r ! It. . K. h , ll a 1oe r'wth. tUf tt ihf lu.ntione Falls Peer i.uu, Fails. The ex it Twin Falls ha - 'Ha for tho season ' how the usual big ' ' these who farm Sur beets were '' of 21 toaa to the " 2 to 19.7 suerese. made in Septom- o4 in November. K- &. fato. a -. - mrr raisoa ions eJk r ni,80d 84 ljj,J'' on a single acre, lxJ,l! t oats on another iL "'' mU1 4S Dushola r 17 Mi Tfc!11 UW,7 CommlMion la li!v,Brterl3r Ioa today IfwW Hoa.Wm.Arnf. I w U fa the Hiv hm.ait Frmt at I)invr. Denver. April . A sIiimpii drop In tomiterature followed the enow storm last night, 14 above aero be ing recorded by the weather bureau In both Denver and Poeoto. and fruit of all kinds In Rasters Colora do waB effectively nipned la the bud. At Grand Junotlon, the eeater of the mor eimportant fruit growing dis trict west of the contineatal divide, the temperature foil to 30 degrees and the weather obsorvor there re ported today tbat tho condition of fruit wu grave. While the damage the wards or tho government. The boy will bo burled Taesdny at Oho mawa. Tito Coroner InqucNt. Coronor Clough summonod n Jury at Chemawa aa follews: J. B. Olesy, George Mudge, Alox. Hulden, J. V. Rnrlght. Henry K. Mann, J. S. Clark. The Jury occupied the forenoon In hearing the testimony of the wit nesses. Tho principal ones were the Seymour boy and Mr. Henderson. The ooronor's Jury exonerated Hondorson from all criminal liability for shooting young Fleeter. Anoth- or boy, William Wiley was found, on tho hearing, to have been In the par ty. Ho was not a truant, but was picked up after dark, and was oae of tho robbing party, o Guard Patrol Camp. Stockton, Cal.. April 22. Forty armed guards are patrolling the properties of tho Utlea Mining Com pany, at Angela Camp, where over 000 men are looked out. The minora demo ad ed nn oighuhour day. The owners refusod, and, anticipating t sirike, etoeed down. IVixm Involved in TKterio. Jackson, Mis., April 22. Judge Nixon called a special term of the federal clroult court at Bllexi today to lad let the persons involved in the lotteries found ob board steamers running up and down tho Mississippi river. Special efforts were made by the federal sloutbs to secure evidence that would convict the owners who have lately Invaded tho steamboat to fruit in this state may amount to lines. It Is declared tbat the regular several million dollars, nearly all other crops will be greatly benefit ted by the moisture. ' A remarkablo feature of the ssetr storm was tbat it was more srre In tho lowlands than the hmms tains. o Teddy Going to Summer Kddice. Washington, April 23. It Is an nounced tbat the President will go to Oyster Bay June 12th. prise drawing have taken place on Te4ts In the waters of the gulf. o Met to Inqurtt Postponed. Chicago, April 22. Extreme ill bom of Mary Slade, daughter of Frank and Mary Motto, who ar dead from poison, caused an abrupt postponement of the 'Inquest tba coroner Is holding over the remains of Mette and wife. Tho woman U la the last stages of consumption. Aurorn, Or., April 82. Hop grow oth in this Hootlon aro complaining of the soundly of help this yonr, nnd, although Reed wages aro of fered, it Ib imposelble to Kt enough men or women to work In tho yards. Ono yard Is offering girls 1.7fi n dny and tholr dinner to tlo up hop vinos. Tho crop Is looking lino, and tho oontlnuod heavy rnln tills spring (loos not seem to hnvo dono any ma terial dnmago. Home of tho yards aro Infected to n slight dogroo with the wood worm, but no far tho worms have not becomo a peat. A large numhor of yards In this district nro being touted this season, the owners thinking there is moro money In It for thorn to rent than to run the chances of scarcity of labor now and at hop ploklng time. The noreago this season will be largely increased over thnt of last year. The Aurora brnse band is making plans to ltohl a monster Fourth of July colobratlon here this year. The ettlseflfi have evinced a dealre to have something doing here on the Fourth. anil will aid with tmbetaRUal contri butions of money. Aurora has never bad a oelebratioH. nud tho band pro poses to give them one thnt will out shine till other towns along the. line. The big gasoline engine fur tho city water works has arrived, and workmen are busy KUlag the well pump and engine in poeltlon to test the water that Is now In the well. The well Is down 174 feet, with an 8- laoh casing, and the Intention Is to pump the water out and see how much of a flow there Is. No definite plan has yet beon determined on as to what kind of a pressure systort mo city will have, whether air tanl or elevated tank. Tbat will be do elded whon the flow of water in th( well is ascertained. Ruef Trial Again Proceeding With Usual Li.Iegnce Snn Frnnolsco, April 22.- -Tlu Huof trial was resumed today. Thore was no progress at the morning ses sion to socttro a Jury. . V. S. Boutin Untaxable. Washington, April 22. In tho eases of tho Iowa tax law, tho bu promo court today decided that gov ernment bonds cannot bo taxed, overruling tho Btnto courts, which pormlttod tho utnto to assess a hunk'fl holdings of govorumont bondB, tho same ns other bonds. Tito Herman Case. Washington, April 22. Tho pros ccutlon today completed Its nddrcHS to, tho Jury In tho Hermann case. II. P. Galley, son-in-law of Mr. Hor mnnn, counsel for tho defense, began his argument, nnd It Is oxpected a verdict will bo secured this week. SK.VSATION STIIili IX) COMIC Heney CnutlimcM to Dig Up the ntfGtH, San Francisco, April 22. Whon tho grnnd Jury roconvonou tomorrow the Home Telophono case will ngntn be tnkon up. Two mystorloua wit nesses, for whom tho prosecution has been sonrchlng tor over n weok, wero located, and there In a possibil ity that they will bo oxnmlned tomor row. Tho prosecution predicts n Hensntlon will, bu cteated by tholr testimony. No effort will bo made by tho proHocutlon to prevont tho cniiHtruotlnn of tho Home's system, ilonoy denies that ho has secured a uompleto oxpoHtiro of municipal cor ruption from ux-PolIco Commissioner O'Grndy. Ho doclaroa O'Orndy la Ht til missing. Tampering With JurorM. Charges of tnmperlng with tales mon, Leon Frlediitnn, was raodo by tho prosecution during Frledmnn'ti examination. Tho stnto lutlmnted thnt Kddle Granoy had attempted to talk with Friedman about tho enso. nnd that certain prnmlson had beon held out to Friedman. Granoy was ordered to nppenr In court thin after noon. o Pilot Held Guilty. New Loudon, Conn., April 22. Tho Unltod States steamboat Inspect ors today decided that Pilot Anson was rcHponsiblu for the collision of the Hteamur Lnrohmont nud thn schooner Knowlton, sinking the LurchinoHt with greut los of life. Have Financial Control in Persia Washington. April 22. Advlco today show that, bosldos building tho Bagdad railroad across ABlntla Tur key, Germany has now published, thnt tho Gorman Orient Bank ot Ber lin Is llunnclnl bnnkor of tho Por- Htan government. Knglnnd Is certain to be violently angry, as this coupo forestalls thoi aim of Great Britain. Tho Prostdont'n representative, nont to observe conditions thero, Is about duo to arrive. Tho government la today advised that tho poaco confer onco nt Annapolis Is dendlockod, and that It la likely thcro will bo ft ro numptlon ot hostilities In Central, America, o M'MANUS JURORS SECURED H)do-BtiiM)ii (7hh,( Washington, April 22. The Hyde DlmoHil-BeHSou land fraud conspira cy ease was set for today In the su preme court of the Dlatrlet of Colum bia. It was postponed until uuxt week, because the Kovernmunt Is still busy with the Hermann ease. o ,tMiiilf4'd a Hoy, Kwv York. April 22. Benedict Olmmel, who tried to commit suicide Pendleton, April 22. (Special to Tho Capital Journal) After three days and a half tho Inst nt tho 12 Jurymen for tho MaManuB murder trial wnn sooured this morning at 10:35, and tho taking of testimony was started thin afternoon. In out lining tho case for tho state District Attorney Phelps stated that the pros edition would undunvor to show that, Me.Mnnus did not Intend to shoot'. Hubert Kstos, but ho did think ho was shooting the man McCarty, whuiu tho Pilot Hook editor had hnd ar rested a few days beforo for robbing, him. Hinting tho so for tho tie--fennn Colonel Italoy declared tho do feuao Id bo nlilo to prove that Mo Manuu did kill Hates, and thnt ho wan JiiHjIlled lit so doing, for tho. reason thnt nt thnt time totes , had his hand In MoMnnun' pookot for the purpoHO of removing money. Ho nlso stated that evidence would ho Introduced to show tho character of listes. Woven of tho 12 Juror)) nro farmers. Me.Mnnus la cheerful and hopeful, taking advantage of a , brief recess this morning to walk ovor to tho reporters' table nnd shake hands with them, and the law yers sitting near. Ills wife la al ways by his side. n- i .. Circuit Cotut Prom-dlitgN. Judge Burnett convened the April term of ulreult court this morning at 0 o'olook and transacted the follow, lux buslnetts: 111 the notion for money of A. It. Adams vs. J. F. Wentworth. In do swrtmeMt No. 1, tho plaintiff' motion for a nHn-wilt was allowed. A Judg ment for the dsfondnut was len (IlHmhNdng the notion without preju (Use, nud for cost ami disburse ment of suit. Tim recovery suit of Mary Herah burger vs. Jenkins Harding was con tinned for service. A motion to strike out part ot the- Prlutlnc I'lauts Hum. 8a nPranolsco, April 22 The new wholesale section about Fifth and Howard streets was threatened with destruction by fire, reaultinc from crossed wires In the printing plant of Spauldlng & Graul, which destroyed the building occupied by the California Lltboraph Company. the Pacific States type foundry aud Wro. Novlc Printing Company. Dam age and Iom 127.000. downfall to Iwsemlty from overwork. o HotiMt l)elro)rd with Pour Children Fulton, ICy April 22.-The resi dence of John Green, Merchant, burned, and hht four afclldrM, an rati King from in to ten, burned U death. Neighbors ressneil the futh er, mother and two other children. tfputigti Otrt It'tprlou). Jefferson Olty. Mo., April 22. The governor today granted a CO day reprieve to Ww. HjwiiKb, sen tenced to hang Thursday for the mur der of Sheriff Polk, In Iror county. o s Haiti on Gamblers. San Fraaolsoo, April 22, Halds or. gambling Joints began Saturday and wero continued until early this morning. Over 130 gamblers were arrested. . .. . e e . . I aiwr nw arreei upon oompiaini oi a NrHeii4ld oemplalnt in the August boy. .111 early this morning. TUs j iCshrbsrger vs. smhi Dlstrlet No. family at his bedside attributed bis n wna overrule! The action for woney ef n. Melr lug vs. Wm, Ilurmslster and Hubert Lossy was seUlsd. In the appeal from Justice court Of the V. 11. Caldwell vs. norge Fend rich suit a Judgment was glw sn for the plaintiff on vertlfftk UHNlmtt the defendant and his sure ties ou appeal for f fit, together with, the costs and disbursements of suit. IliikliwNN in IMmrtiiit'ot ?'" it. In department No. 3 the fallowing suits were centinued: Dorranco Lumber Company vs. Francis Fel ler; Leo Willis vs. M. L. Chamber lain; Oregon Land Company vs. Chas. Soott, and the divorce suit of Alio Hlevers vs. Mark Slevers. Tho (julet tltio cai of Cyrus Olauser vs. Geo. W. Poysor, et ft!., was settled. A demurrer to tho amended com plaint In the divorce suit of Frank It. Von Vlack vs. Allco A. Van Vlaok was sustained. Tho plaintiff was given lcavo to serve and Die a see- ond amended complaint on or bo- foro April 25, 1007, on condition (bat he pay Into tho court for de fendant with such ascend amended complaint tho coats anJ disburse ments Incurred by the defendants in Abe suit to this date. Dr. J. F. COOK THK BOTANICAL DOCTOR, MOVFJ) TO SM LIHKKTY WTHKKt FOK AXY DI8EA8K CAIJi OX DL OOOX. COXWJITATWX VXKS. !fl ,.AAUj-jAi UtoJlit&t