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UUbY OAVtVM, .IOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, MAB01I 30, 10.
CASTRO TOOK THE PROPERTY OfTHEASPHAlTCO. THB AMISltlOAN GOVERNMENT -THAT I15CII)KVT0 SEND ON AN JEXTTDITION TO PUNISH THE mmxhvty sAi)bij: colored OeVTLFJIEN WHO MONKEYS "with an amkiuoan oonrou- Soton. VNevr York, March 30. Socrotary oT fflatno Root today transmitted to h:urktos3 ull the corroflpondonco of pm offlclnl nnturo boating on tllp ftmoricun claims ngnlnnt tho Vonozn $lan government In tho fnmotiB an in'linlt clnitns. Drnntlc notion, nnd I tponslbly tho dlspatchlnc of n piinl- 4lvo expedition ngaliiBt Proaldont 'Castro nnd IiIh govornmont is ex pected to Tallow. ConBldorntion of tho correspond onco will nralmnly ho taken up by vongrosM tit once. Flvo claims! nro Involved lutaliiftt tho govornmont. Tho inot Important of thono Ih that of tho Now York and Uormudoz Co. All nro In connection with tho nu itfinlt tloposltn nnd tho grnnts or them nuiflo by Castro. Tho most dlroct light thrown on jfiitho controversy H contained In 4ho report of Special Commlaslonor W. J. Calhoun, who charges that nftor dlHpoBsoBHlhg tho Now York and Uor muder, Company on a trumped up chnrgo of having violated Us con. tract, Cnvtrn solstod tho dopoHltH.nnd talcing advnntngo or tho valuable Improromnirs made on thorn by tho company, nnd using tho compnny's rnnclUnory, liiHtUI n forco nnd la now working thorn for tho govorn imunt'.y bonollt, I. o. Castro's bonont. Ja doing this Castro Ignored a Kraut which ho made personally to tho otneors of tho company, tho val idity of which rumnlns to bo nd Jmllcilutod. ComiuluHlouur Calhoun IioMh that (tlio tmsusmont of J 10,000,000 dam nguw aguhiHt tho company made by 'CuHtro"H coorcod tuiprome court on -tho ulmrgo that tho company had failed to (ullllt Its contracts and had lent ii lit to tin robol forces In tho MntoK lovohitlnn, was mnde wlthou' KlvlriK the i-ompau u chance to do JCoiul ltioir or present an evidence InMts own behalf. Ho also holds that the ovldenco on which tho flno was ntecsscd was wholly Insufficient. It was tho failure to pay this flno which resulted 1 the confiscation of tho companyVproperty by Castro. Tho report declares that it is use less to deal with tho countless charges of conspiracy, as there had undoubtedly been fraud on both sides, and concludes with tho ex pressed bollef that whatever faults ho companies may have been guilty of It Is certain that they have never hnd an honest hearing. , 0 . FL0RETTA WHALEY TO GET A FORTUNE you.no woman who slide a love match with a long island minister in lurch. (United Press Leased Wire. San Francisco, March 30. Efforts nro being mndo in California, par ticularly In San Francisco and cltloj nljncont to It, to locate Florotta Whaloy, who olopod from Hemp stead, Long Island, a year ago 'with tho Rov. Joro Knodo Cooko, bo she can anirwer n citation to attend tho Judicial sottlomont of hof grand mother's ostntc. Tho prcsenco of tho young woman Is required In court In Mlncoln, L. I., on May 13. Tho citntlon has been Issued, nnd attorneys rcprctientlng tho estate, valued at ?Uf,000, huvo already taken stops to And hor, Mrs. Kczlnh Whaloy, tho grand mother was oxocutrlx of tho will of Florottn's fatlior, who dlroctod that his two daughters, Florotta and Ed nn, bo educated out or tho ostato and that thoy were to rocolvo the ro mnlndor or tho proporty aftor tho grandmother' denth. Cooko and Florotta Whaloy wore locatod In n hiiiuII Hat In Qroon stroot, San Fratt- eloco Ih wlntor, but thoy flod as noon as tholr whorunhouts word dis covered. Tho San FrnuulHoo police dupnrlmont will bo nflkod to assist in tho Honich for thorn. o Cattle Market Steady. (Unltod Press Loasod Wire.) Chlrogo, Mareh 30. Hogs, re cttlpts, -10. 000; onttlc, 128,000; shoop, 18,000. Hogs o)ion stondy at Sat urday's nloso. Loft ovor Saturday, 3000. Mlxud, $R.R5J'G.OO; hoavy, ?r.S0(ff il.OO; rough, hoavy, JB.BRfl n.70; light. $5.55 00.00. Cattle, 000; ttnnp, 8000. GERMAN AFFAIRS t Continued from pngo one.) Jews, according to advlpek' to the government horo, equalling unythlng of which th Rus:Ian government liua been guilty, Acting under orders of the capital tho local authorities are .expelling thousands of Jewish families from dlstrlcta In which thoy.havo been un molested for years. Tho campaign ,1s In violation of article 44 of tho Berlin treaty of 1878 and tho Gorman press Is urg ing the signatory powers J.p Interfere In tho suffocer's behalf, "Tho expul sions nro wholly unexplained. Kiin. Mm City. Mo., Mnroh 80. Hogs, rrlptii, 10,000; cattle, 12. 000; i-Httle. 12,00; hep. 8000. Omaha, Neb , March 3 - Hogn, receipts, 3200. cattle. C20O; lwep G000. v Old King Failing. Brussels, March 30.--KIng Leo pold, of Belgium, Is now admitted by his physicians to bo in a sorlous condition. His majesty seems to be sufforlng from a gonornl breakdown nnd It Is rumored that from a mnn of strong will and keen understand ing that ho is rapidly changing Into a childish old invalid, o Two Other Lines. Manager Wators of tho Portland, Eugene & Eastern, said todny that his company has ordors In for their syBtoms at Salem and Albany," nnd would begin work within ten days Tho Salem board of trade will hold n special meeting Tuesday evening to comploto tho organiza tion of tho commltteo to handle tho Salem nnd Stnyton olectrlc. o Glftctto'fl IJrnln Normal.. During tho autopsy Qlllotte's hrnln was removed by Dr. Anthony Spltz ka, an oxpart of Phllndolphln, and found to bo practically normal. Tho Olllotto family did not know that this procooduro was to take place and aro snld to bo highly Incoused over It, o DIED LEE nt tho county poor rnrm, Sun- dny, March 20, at' fi o'clock p. m., T. IS. Lot?, 70 yoars or ape, or Honlllty. ' Tho (InconHOd was a olvll war vet; oran, having sorved In the Sixth Knnsns cavalry during tho war or tho robllllon. Ho Is a widower nnd loavoH two soub In Montana; Tho ro- mnlns v 1 1 1 bo burled In tho Tcnill cornotory todny. 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