Newspaper Page Text
DAILY OAPnAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OltBGON. TUESDAY, MARCH a, 1B09.
I --mbi huniuw 6 r. ms auraal .: jrnncwBKWHg.i jj IWv tftth .nW T " NO. Bl. VOL. XIX. DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 8ALKM, PRECOX, TlTtSPAYIABOIIilOOg. ANTI rpOOL ORDINANCE PASSED BYCOliNOL LIQUOR WETS AND ORYS HAVF ROYAL FIGHT IN WASHINGTON THE UMBRELU AND 6UM SHOE aEMENT FORCETHE SPATS AND PEER k BOOS TO A BITTER COMPROMISE rT;""nn rmnncCQnR HAS ro wlu 0,mb, tho cmm,8B 0UrB iSTANORD PRESSOR HAb to rido on any such train, and glw CINUH UIM tMttinuuHrvuo u bcttor 0,,ortunU- to warn n thoso shipments aro hnndlod. SH.V pm"I "JJi t,0'luU ..... . . Stanford University, Cal., Moron -. nY Mnwr nIT ,...... xv w. n.muul. bend of thoiTEDDY lYlUVtb UUI, deimrtme.it of muchunlc.il engineer- fApj MOVES IN t United I'rcss Lcsed Wire. Olympla, WaBh., March 2. In thn local option flsUt. which was ro- nimed In tho houso this morning, tho "wets" gained a comploto vie- .i..i.. ihn Mrvn" elOttn Off .J0 lory, wijiuib -..- I board., So comploto wna tho victory of the wetB on nil propose w... , mlsea of tho drya that tho proba bllltleB nro that whole light .will bo ....- .i ofnrtlncr out with '.no county unit plan ns wan orlglna y contomplatod in mo m. ,t. .nriinir ft COniPlOtO 8 IK' 1 IIU nM "I " m Jn.t prise tho first thing wnon dwuw. of Plcrco, who has boon claused among tho wots, moved tho adoptlo. of tho roport of tho dry majority or . .,. ... nilhiin morals committor. The report made cities of tho first, second and third cIbbs units by thorn selves. . JUueh of Mason, who was oug.- neorlng tho wet fight on tno nour. tor regarding tho population re nurromonU of unclassified cities. The ... . -..I....1 n n.inil. committee ropon rmi - . . . . a l.. unit latlon of 1500 in oroer u uv u .m and by ngreomont, licacn rc.u.v. this to 1000. This was tho flrt compnmi-.-. Next catno an amendmont from tho drya offering fourth class cltlCB aB . i ....r.i'i.1 nir tnov nan a ioiu- n mini ii'..-r. . miinii of 1000. This, on roll cnH, (K'IHI llliu.ii ....- 1,1 lug at Stanford, announced today that he has Invented a device wniui ... doubly Increase tho ability oi '" to know and hiirnoss ourthqunlum. Us power to register and measure the force of seismic disturbances will be of enormous vaiuo iv.v, when combined with the direction recording solsmogrnph. Professor Durnnd Is perfecting tho construction of his Instrument. It will be completed uomu umu u.. tho spring and will be Installed here. The Idea of It was born during his investigation of tho buildings ai bi.. ford, wi vclied by tho tromlilor of 1000. mm,, .iiv device existing today which Is of vital use In the study of the planet's convulsions Is the hoIbuio- ' . .. . ... .i ...i.nmnnt i. Thin recon.H uiu i"" f the earth. That Is, the direction In which a particle of earth Is shaken during nn earthquake. i.i... ..i,i.wi of Professor uui. 1 V W".- -- cn"' . , iii i. ntclHter tho force ... ... tA Tlirt flrv ll"""'1"" . .1 nMlnl.'ni t fl.,1 ..llll'll. .... ...- ... ... ,.. .. ...i..rwMi. iiiiii.Tn. was ui'tini""; ..-.- gpeeil Willi which a i -- noxt compromlso was an amonlm" ..,,, u HcluiUlHtH will be enabled t. i.ii.. iin fourth class cium with a population of 700 ijiould be n unU. this waB dofcated by a rtlll larger vote. A third compromlso was offered by tho drys reducing tho populat'on .- riti o.,, i thin waa niso iudi.. When this last compromlso woi offered Jackson of King announced that if It wor lost ho would bring up 'the old local option fight on tho ueering in" - ., lini came to an agreement with McMas- count) SPOKANE WINS AGAINST RAILROAD unit basis. competition and that nignor rv. to Interior points hk di" -not nccosxnrlly unlawful, With It scientists will be enabled to determine what volume of BcUmlc strength Is required 10 umuu .....v. .nii fur examnle. The bene fits of the Instrument to structural engineering will be Invaluable. Professor Durum! has been hond of ,U department since he onmo to wim ford from Cornell university, sovonil years g- . -o nnMMiccmM vwnin D CORRECT STOCK RATES tt..i..i timaa I.itimml WlrO.) ur.ni.inirinn. March 2 Chorlshlng fondness for tho chair which ho oc- . i, innf anvim vcara at tha head of tho cabinet tnblo. Pronldont Uoosovolt today sent u dupllcato chair to his ortlco. and ordorod tho old ono romovod to bin homo at Oy-uot ny. . . . .., . ., m. ,... i. inn i a nnK. ma uu. tho cabinet tablo and tho cabinet ehalra aro government property. Tho Presldont. doBiring 10 reuuu ...- lice chnlr, purchased n now ono him ... -n.if,Ai tun nin riimi . HOII lO iuii- " ... All of tho Prosldont'a offocta win bo removed from tho White House .... ,. cri,inv. nnd tho oxocutlve .. ...in i.n rondv for tho ontrnnco (iiui'un " " ' .. of president Tnft and family. Mom I'owcr to Bmdtorn. rilnllnl rrw- l.rel Wire Salt Lake City. March 2. The ,.. nminisni iinmatn. under cr- tain llmltntloiiH, was confrrod upon nin. .nninnnlna bv th naSBBRO Of niiiumuK vw..., - .... .in in Hie lenlslaturo yesterday. U iji.i l.. - - - Smeltors may secure tho condemna tion of agricultural land within a radlua of four miles, provldod they already own 75 por cent of tho terrl . ..w,.ii Tho net anollos to llir) Himn' - -- , cmintlos of loss tlinn au.uvu .ui.u. . .. i- i..nn.imi in ruduro fric tion, ii " " -- , tlon botweon tho Binoltlng companion and tho farmorB because of smoko dnmago. A VFRY DRASTIC POOLROOM ORDINANU: RUSHED THROUGH MAKES IT A MISDEMEANOR TO PLAY BIL LIARDS OR POOL IN AMI MUM . GLUB IN THE CITY (United ProBs Leaded Wlro.) Chicago, March I. According to the Record-Horald-today, tho famous Spokane rato caBe, which has been In the hands of the Interstate .. merco Commission for more than two years, has boon decided, nnd Is in the hands of tho printers. It la un derstood, says tho Record-Horald. that the decision win ne $"" In a few days, and la favorable to Spokane's contentions. It Is sm that ho commission holds thnt trans continental freight rates to Spokane shall be reduced between BO and ao cents per 100 pound" Tho first figure Is sn d to be the re duction ordered on first-class articles .. ..- i. fl-nro i the reduction mill iud m ..o".- on fifth-claw. RlHluctlons on the other classes range betwoen thso nmifoa Spokane complained of having w UNITED STEEL" WANTS TO CONTROL 'BUBBLES P,tt.PMKrCTtornoys . . .... iT.,inH sintoa Steel corpora tor ill" V" - . , tlon and E. H. Boldon. a Detroit in ventor of aiutomoblloB. aro prepar ing contracts today and their sign ,nB will mark tho beginning of tho steel corporation as a manufacturer of automobiles. It Is Intimated thai tno ui' nnn will endoavor to acquire con Tho following communication has boon sont to Orogon Btock oblpporr Tho Railroad Commission is -i.. tr. nnrn bntlor train Bervlco for IUIIO wvr BVWM.w -w - .,.. in n,n matter of llvo stock ship- UH l mv ." uionts. It ha power to corrcci uB,. and will do so If tho shlppors will bring thorn to Its attention. Tho commission has noon nuio i hotter tho sorvlco In many roupocts, but unnecessary delnys on siacirncno are still being oxporlenceu uy snip por. These, however, can be dono away with and bettor sorvlco secured i.. .!. fntnrn if ohlnnors will prompt ly roiwrt came to tho commission ind J)r. Itoynl Ik on tho lfcwd. to acquire con- ,. ., t0 conduot an In. trolllae IntereeU In all the large au-' tKnUon nnd flx tho blame. .nmnhiiA firms of tno couniry, ou v"-"! . .nmnilHalon hH been nana. ,u...... Lll. n,lll "v w tomouuo liriu ui "- -- - .. tho manufacture of automobiles will bo controlled oxolusiveiy uy . Tho corporation Is planning to turn out throe styles of oars, touring, run- about asd landau, too iw- ; will bo $7660 a ear. Uut If the yen- . ..n.aa.ftii. a nonular-prload , lure "" - . i tn machine will be placed on the mar-. pay, in the majority -' " ket. rate to tho Puclftc coast plus the local ( . 0 rate from there back to Spokane. HARRMAfJ HAVING whloh tho railroad said was noee8aarHAttnilVlM.v LpE because of the water petition. I I ICjr Dhin.n Mnreli 2. The Intor-. , , suite oommerc. commleelon today an-1 l TM'as. March S.-B. nnnH iih decision In the famous, ,, , h,r today for a tiuMitwv" - . .' ii .iiirinnau ,--- l.ilni inn 1L i - gpoknno rate case. uu.i..." ...--- Ono of Oovornor Chamberlain's laBt offlclal antB was to appoint Dr. n nnvni nt Portland, a mem- bor of tho board oi monicai ua....m ors of tho stato of Oregon for a term of five years. Dr. Royal succeeds Dr. Uyron K. Miller as tho roprosenm tlve on the board of tho homeopath in chool of medicine, of which Dr. Itoynl has been a ropreBontatlvo In Portland for more than 20 years. Dr. nyron R. Mlllor rotlron frorrt tho board aftor 14 yoarB of oxcolleut inrvlnn. nnd clOSOS hlB BOrvlCOS OB presldont of tho board. Dr. Mlllnr has been nn untiring woricor m i iniomutu of tbo orofosslon and tho Tho poolroom ordlnanco, that bad been sleeping In tbo hwd-. ol the or- dlnnnco comtnliteo ior n w-" brought forth and paneua """ by Alderman Mooros. K delegation . . i.n l.nnn nosted as W aim acum v ---' , of W. 0. T. U. lauioa wu.u im what was coming. nlinouEi. . . bor of tho city council would admit .. ....... .i ....mi tim ordlnanco, ox- tnai no i" '" - -- ,i- cept the chalrmnn of lh.ordln.ne. committee. i w uuj v. -. . Messrs, BtQl Waiom a -""-; . . i.nnnrim a matter eno'iia tliougm m. ... ",-";:,; , rUH havo more cuiwuw "" .-ji,v the ago from 1ft to 21 wnen young man may bo permlttod to eft ,er a pool or billiard nan .. . i(..uiiAii nnn .Mm. auaimr kins nddrwtod the council, and nil tho alder... n ll.toiuhl lo iu-.r j..i- ,llonl. hi.iI voled for the bill, oxevt .. .....i. tin. noHltlon Mr. Iloror. who '" "" -.:,. J that i,,o ordinance did not rtTTem.pt t, regulate tho evil sougni o - iHluul. did not Provldo for Sunday eloslng or for proper hours at night. Mr Stol said the ordlnanco was In . ...., nn.i ibt to go bacH very crimu "" '..---- to tho committee. Mr. Wators said, under tho ordlnnnco, mo x. m. . could not operate n pool room, and tho llllheo club could not permit a minor In Its rooms. Copy of Uw Onllwtnco. Boctlon 1. U .ball ho unlawful for any person, firm, company or cor poration, conducting a billiard or pool room business wuiun v.. w. poralo limit, of the City of Salem, Oregon, to porm.t any pjwon W- VKA1W TO VhXY POOIi OK BIIj LTAHDH thoroln, or to visit or fro- i, rnnm or parlors wherela IIVlb ..." michliuainow, la cm ge a. It shall bo unlawful fer within tho corporato Umlta or City of Salem, Oregon, to pemlt any ...win- ihn aca of tweaty-one yeara to play billiards or pool there. In or to visit or froqjont tho rooms or parlors whoroln such buslnosa la oarrled on. J Hoc 3. Any person, iirm. ;" pany or corporation violating any of the provisions of thin ordlnauco shall, upon conviction In the Ilecord .... -....., f iiiu city of Bnlem, ore- u, n vu... - , , ... gon, bo punished by a lino oi ..". . than ton dollars nor more thau on. hundred dollars, or y tpr"onnionJ ... ,i. ntf lull not o than nve in iin . "- - - days nor moro than twenty days ppp - SETTLED THE COFFEY, CAN'T SETTLE CALHOUN The commission bas been nana.- it..- . -"-- wth permitted to rldo on- iroigm - but a law passed by tho last leglsln-l ifaaguos. of Spokane In Its principal - ngnlntl the Nortbom PaelfU- railroad Th' ,1-rifiinn holds that thr na eharged from eastern nolnw Spo kane are unjust and unreasonable. Tlw rloM rats from St. Paul tu Spo Irane ar rwlured sixteen anl two thirds per cent and a substantial re duction Is made in the rates f.oni Ohicago to dpokauo. The mtes from Points east of Chicago wore not con sidered. Th mmmiKston austatoB the rail roads a connection with the com ..ii. ... ..- uv nt anokane that luaiui oj mo uw -- . rates from eastern cities to Beatiie ad other more distant polntB are loss than they are to flnokane. The decision holds that the ratea from the east to the point on the Pacific coast are controlled by water CHINA MAY BOYCOTT ALL GERMAN GOODS . .. i ...i hm-a i 'Paklnc at the tlmo of tUe Ameiuvn pZ MarobT-lA boycott again X .boycott and and later when all J.p. O.rm.1 1 Produots ri.rou.hout Ohln.l.n goods were placed usder tl.. Is threatened to day, as a result of ban. the arbitrary conduct of German ofll-j While diplomacy Baved the AmeH elals stationed at Klaou Chou, Oor-,can exporlors from serious low, xfco inany's great Eastern commercial Io.h to Japanoso during the boycott bate on the Shang Tung peninsula. following tho Tatsu Maru Incident Hvw since the German ocoupauon.coM mai ooumry m. .. .. -if Klaou ChoB. her resident ofBoIalB! and Japan has nver been able to re H rviaua wi ,, ar .ar i, irailfl nrestlKO In China t.UA .A4fi ii n t:niiiuBC3 kutuiuwvw uwtui -- - -- - NATS nvw w -.- Pall of Year ami OH. efflolals with contempt, and bare at- The uerman ph.. " --" rilll " , ,. A. ,. . - i ,i,i. . nrnnnirntloD Of tllO DrOsenl um w ii Tllfard i temnted to coerce an ino unw " - . ,..-,D - NYort-M8Wh.""'JV S.w,. .Ithln the German rone of trouble, alleging that Germany's in- one of the vfce prosm.,...- short .our of ImmcUo. IM Ho will return by way oi v-i..-and will procl Immediately to New Vork. whore be expects U. arrive ...i.m tun WA.KS. ne "n" his outing and apparently fa. In excel lent health ad winuu o (United I'rtu I.eteit Wlre.i San Francisco, March 2.-8evoii long yeara In Ban Quontln state pU on for Michael W. Coffoy. tho first boodllng supervisor of tho Infamous gruftlng board, selected by Abo Ituof. to bo brought to trial, oou ..i..i..,i nnii unitiflncod for his fault. The sentence was pronouncea in is afternoon by Judgo Dunno. coney wife mid daughter nearu nm " und wept bitterly. Coffey was brought to trial, eon vlotod and eentoncod In less than a month on a chargo of accepting a i. .ii... mr iiiu vino in iuviii ". overhoad trolley franchlso for tho United Railroads. Coffoy was a hank driver, ehoson for his simplicity und cupidity, to beoomo easily Influenced .f.unrfni irraft machine n..twir r'nihnim. orosldent of the ii..i iinitrnnds. cbftrKCd with of fering a bribe to a follow supervisor of Coffey's, lias uu " " ""- than two months, and oniy ii porary jurors so far havo been o cured to hear tho evidence In the case. Hocloty visited tho apartments oocu plod by Chopin In various parts of Iho city and lort vases oi i.owuru. i The moat famous apartment l nonr tho Church of tho Madeline, where tho room Is still kept as Chop in himself left H. -- r of Standard Oil Cewpaay. hotel here today. died at his ord tempted to coerce all the native me'- wun tno propiguiuu .. ----tie ebants within the German rone of ' trouble, alleging that Germany In ,,..... .. nnrrhn.In flermaa . roads Into Japan's trade with China L D. Turner, an employe of the Union Btoclc Yards, of Portland, is the auest of his brother-in-law, Al- derman Motfett Roosevelt kept he chair he used the cabinet meetings, but It wasn t any good to Taft anyhow. Influence Into purchasing Germaa. roans inio jap.n uo "' " :' Iproducts. An open rupture has now has leu me japauc u ..- .- r' ... a ,. ...iu.,m.uu Af Dhinv Tun if aiealnst ne osourred. and tno nauve iraao smm wiwn . " . .. . .-.I m.... nniniiiu viin. nnntum rneneed the circulation of manlfeatoa, The spread of the present trouble m . . ..... ... .u r, n i- i. ,. win brlnis Rer In aod attacking tne conauci o i .- .- .. --- - offlolals and calling oa the traJ mng mio w. u..r -"'--"-guilds throughout the empire for is- to the prewnt temper of the Chinese. ,' 6 i against all powers holding Cblneie lillinw, ....... .. .. i t..A m ioH luce. This same proceedure waa xoiiowrti j lerniory. u . " - bj the trade ulld of Canton and rlous disturbance. CHOPIN'S BIRTHDAY MAY START REVIVAL o..i. if.r,t, 9 Knllowlnif a col- ( HUH ISHtV -- ebratlon of tho birth of Chopin, tho .,-.. i.nmnmi.r. vemeruay. a iium-j- ...,.. wn ainriA tmlnv by members I..U..V nw w. - r r of the society denominated "Friends of Chopin" to unaertatce a groa Chopin revival". fnMniiiv those who revere tho composer's memory visited bis gruvo In the cemetory oi i-ero wc. where, despite the cold weaiuwr. hundreds gathered to listen to eulc r . -.-- --. glee of Wa gealus. Measbera of th.lthe city of Tillamook. SUPREME COURT " HANDS DOWN OPINIONS The supremo court handed down thu following decisions teduy: Mult nomah Lumber & ox Co, rospond fli.lH, vs. Weston Ilasknt & Ilairol Co., appellants; nppealid from the circuit oourt of Multnomah county? J. D. L'lelaittl. Judgo; afflrmed. Alanson Mattlsou, appellant, vs. Henry U Mattlson. respondent, up pmiled ftom thi. circuit oourt of Ma rlon county? wm. uauoway, jhuk. modified. This wa a oontroverjy over certain proporty rights. The Pnrlllo Hallway & Navigation Oe., appellant, vn. Tho Astoria & Co- lumblu lllver uaiiroau i; . uiu'iv from tho circuit court of Tillamook county; aeo. II. Ilurnott. Judgo; i versed. This was a caso In which both parlies were doslroMs of build- l .,,,..1 nr'innlt fl lldlllt Ul.OWl) US IHK n l" .w..- - r Oarlbaldl Point, near tiiibihook in., but could not agree, ns there was pnly room for ono road. The Astoria company was In possession oi a rmiv of way coming from another direc tion and entering Tillamook City around this point, und the loer courts held that. Inasmuch as tmy wore the owners of one right of way Into Tillamook City. It was not uecoi &ary for them to build around GarJ. baldl Point. The supreme court held. i,i.wvr that the Astoria Hallway Company bad a perfect right to use ihe point In question, notwlthstand lag their other and soparate access to t'?.V- r n '