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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, .SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 191.
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WILL KOI FARE ILL
Departments at Washington Oppose
Resolution, and Its Author is Not
Backing It Up.
TOTAL OP 15,000 CLAIMS OF
VALUE ABB INVOLVED IN CASE
Professional Locators Have Reaped a
Bich Harvest in Luring People to
the Tracts.
UNITED PRESS LEABED Willi.
Washington, an. 30. The interior de
partment and the department of agri
culture have reported adversely to con
gress on the joint resolution introduced
ly Senator Lewis, of Illinois, proposing
In effect to confirm the title of all per
sons who, with the aid of locators,
Tiave filed on or sought to enter lands
embraced within the Oregon & Califor
nia railroad grant.
These adverse reports alone would
1)6 sufficient justification for tabling
the Lewis resolution, but Senator Lew
is, in introducing the resolution, marked
H for the junk pile when he indorsed it
as being "introduced by request" a
term used in congress to indicate that
the author of the measure intends that
It shall not receive consideration.
Prosecution Promised.
The introduction of the resolution and
the attitude assumed by the depart
ments, however, serve once more to at-,
tract public attention to the activities
of the locators, and it now develops
that it has been the purpose of the in
terior department and the department
of justice for moro than six months
past to procure evidence against the
locators who have been active in plac
ing people 'on or inducing thorn to file
on Oregon & California grant lands,
with a view to prosecuting those of
them who have resorted to fraudulent
methods'.
The records of the government de
partments disclose the fact that be
tween 14,000 and 15,000 claims to
Oregon & California lands would be ap
proved if tho Lewis resolution were
passed by congress, and the only re
quirement would be that the claimant
pay the government $2.50 an acre for
eacli acre filed on.
It moreover appears that profession
al locators who were instrumental in in
ducing the filing of nearly 15,000 claims
"have reaped a fine harvest, their lo
cating fees to date having aggregated
more than $1,000,000 in the Oregon &
California railroad cases alone.
Reames Ordered to Act
District Attorney Reames at Port
land has been authorized by the depart
ment of justice to take steps to prose
cute locators who have been defraud
ing innocent persons in connection with
Oregon & California lands, such author
ity having first been given under date
of July 31, 1913. The department of
justice meantime has been advising all
persons applying there for information
that "no one can safely make any con
tract with the railroad company, and
that no department of the government
ban authority to make disposition of
these lands." In a lotter to Mr.
Beanies, which he was authorized to
make public, the department of justice
said:
" Every , effort should be made not
only to prosecute those guilty of
frauds in connection with this matter,
but also to inform the public fully to
the end that the practice of such
frauds may be rendered aB difficult as
possible."
It was never the intontion of con
frress to seek a forfeiture of any lands
which had been sold in strict accord
ance with tho terms of tho original
grant to actual settlers in quantities
not exceeding 100 acres and at a price
not exceeding $2.50 an acre. Congress
dealt only with lands sold contrary to
law, or wlihioh have been withheld
from enle altogether.
electrocuted at the Ohio penitentiary
tonight, without ever having had a
trial by jury. Humphreys is a self
confessed murderer. He pleaded guilty
to the general charge of homicide and
waived his right to a trial, hoping for
clemency from the court. Because of
the nature of his crime, the judge gave
him the limit of the law. Humphreys
gained the confidence of a comrado
and learned where this friend had $400
hidden. He got his victim to get the
money, lured him from West Virginia
to Columbus, took him to a deserted
part of the city, and cut bis throat.
He shot the man afterwards to make
sure of the job. Then Humphreys fled
back to the West Virginia mountains,
abandoning his wife and two babies.
It was through his own little boy that
the crime was finally fastened upon
Humphreys. A few days after the
murder the child found a bloody revol
ver in an old stove in the yard. - The
police were notified and Humphreys
finally captured. Confronted with sev
eral of the murdered man's belongings
found in his possession, Humphreys
broke down and confessed.
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MURDERER HUMPHREYS
HANGS THIS EVENING
tVNlTKD 1'IIXSg LEASED Willi).
Columbus, 0.,. Jan. 30. Leslie Hum
phrevs, Columbus murderer, will be
TRIAL JURIES DISCUSSED.
UNITED fbess leased wise.
New York, Jan. 30. "The Deteriora
tion of the Trial Jury" was the prin
cipal topic scheduled for discussion at
the thirty-seventh annual meeting of
the New York State Bar Association,
which today opened a two days' ses
sion. Former Judge A. T. Clearwater
read a paper on this subject in which
the defects of the system were pointed
out, especially those which arise dur
ing criminal trials. Former Judge Al
ton B. Parker, once Democratic candi
date for President of the United StateB,
presided. The annual address was to
be delhered at Carnegie Hall by for
mer Chief Judge Cullon, of the Court
of Appeals. Other subjects of discus
sion will be "Trial of Impeachments,"
and "Workmen's Compensation." A
paper on "Some Features of the In
come Tax Law," by Congressman Cor
nell Hull, of Tennessee, and reports
from various standing and special com
mittees were scheduled. Tho conven
tion will close with a dinner in honor
of former Chief Judge Cullon at the
Ilotol Astor tomorrow night. Former
Judge Parker will preside and there
will bo many notable speakers present.
The officers of the Association are
Judge Parker, prosidentj Frederick K.
Wadhams, secretary and Albert Hess
berg, treasurer.
Charging that the defendants have
declined to make physical connections
of their lines at Albany, John Wills, W.
L. Chambers and E. A. Chambers, of
that city, have today filed a complaint
with, the state railroad commission
against the Southern Pacific, the Cor
vallis & Eastern and the Oregon Eloc
trio companies.
A law compelling physical connec
tions of railroads within the discretion
of the commission was passed at the last
session of the legislature, and it is .be
lieved that the larger companies have
awaited the filing of complaints with
the commission before filing suit to test
the act.
An old state law provided in general
terms for an interchange of traffic by
railroads, but the United States court
held that it applied to interstate as
well as interstate' commerce and was
void. The new law was passed to rem
edy the alleged defect. The large lines
fought the attempt to make the inter
change of businoss compulsory under
the old law, and there is reason to be
lieve as determined a fight will be
made under the new one.
It is alleged in the complaint that
the defendants have not furnished the
proper facilities for the interchange of
traffic at Albany, and, as a result, the
complainants are suffering damage.
The Oregon Electric, it is said, doos
not oppose the physical connections. The
complaint is the first of numerous ones
which the commission may have to con
sider, and if the large railroads are of
the same attitude as they were when
the old law was attacked, a bitter court
fight will result. ' '
The complainants ask that the de
fendants be required to answer the
charges, and that an order be mado re
quiring them to provide the connec
tions. It is charged that their failure
to make physical connections is unrea
sonable and unjust and does not permit
of adequate intrastate commerco bo
twocn points in Oregon and On the de
fendants' lines.
CHILD IS BATTLE
1H IRATE ROOSTER
IF
Eat Less Meat and Take a Glass of
Baits to Flush Out Kidneys
Drink Plenty Water.
An unusual battle took place in the
back yard of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Marnach's home on High street yester-'
day, the combatants being Pauline, the
7-year-old daughter of Air. and Mrs. Uric acid in meat excites the kidneys,
luarnacn, aua a pei roosier wnicn ine they become overworked; get sluggish,
youngster had raised from a mere chick. ache, and fool like lumps of lead. The
The little girl had gone to the hon urine becomes cloudy, the bladder is ir
house after the eggs when Mr. I ritated, and you may be obliged to seek
Marnach's attention was attracted by '"relief two or three times' during the
much squawking and flopping of wings .night. When the kidneys clog you must
out in the yard. Upon investigation it
was found that Pauline had armed her
self with a switch and was belaying the
said rooster in great fashion, while the
fowl, with all his fighting blood up,
was flying at the girl and attempting
to peck her face.
Finally the child drove Mr. Rooster
to close quarters and after administer
ing a good licking to the irate chicken,
kicked him into the hen houae and
locked the door. According to, Pauline,
the rooster seemed to fly 'into a rage
when she approached him And imme
diately began to fight her. Just what
prompted the chicken to attack his
small mistress caunot be explained by
Mr. Marnach inasmuch as she had rais
ed the bird and it was looked upon as
a pet ever since it was a little thing.
MINERS TO DEMAND INCREASES.
united rnr.ss leased wiiie.
Philadelphia, Jan. 30. Demands for
a ten percent wage increase for coal
miners were to be formulated today at
a district meeting of the United Mine
Workers of America. Patrick Gilday,
district president, was to preside. In
sounding the keynote of the meeting
today Gilday declared that the opera
tors, with whom their contracts expire
April 1, are practically certain grant
the increases to be demanded. He pre
dicted that the increases would go into
offect by February 1, and that tho same
wage raises will be granted in othor
Pennsylvania districts. The operators
today declared that the calling of a con
vention of the minerB tor Fobruary 24
was done in the hope of forcing a moot
ing of the wage scale committees of
both sides later in the month in order
that when the present contracts expire
there will have been a month of dis
agreement over wages, which, accord;
ing to the contracts, would give the men
the right to strike without automatic
ally breaking the agreements.
GOMPERS DEFENDS LABOR
FEDERATION AND COUNCIL
united fresh leased wins.
Indiauopolis, Ind., Jan. 30. Samuel
Gompers, president of the American
Federation of Labor, defended the or
ganization and its executive council
yesterday afternoon before the United
Mine Workers' convention against the
charges made by President Moyer, of
the Western Federation of Miners,
Duucan McDonald and others.
Mover's charge was that if the Mich
igan copper strike is lost the inactivity
of the American Federation executive
board would be the cause Gompers as
serted that it would be impossible to
levy an assessment for the copper
strikers and denied that the organiza
tion is "reactionary, fossilized, worm
eaten and dead," and that the ex
ecutive council is composed of "booze
fighters."
VANDERBILT AND DUKE
AND DUCHESS ARRIVE
UNITED PRESS LEASED WIRE.,
Colon, Panama, Jan, 30. The Bteamer
Almirante arrived yesterday with Mr.
and Mrs. Vanderbilt, the duke and
duchess of Manchester and Lord Fal
coner, who were rescued from Vander
bilt 's yacht Warrior which ran ashore
n a storm Monday off the Colombian
coast. : .
Apparently the Vandcrbilts and their
guests are Buffering no ill effects from
their thrilling experience, which includ
ed a day and a night of uncertainty
while the yacht was pounded by- the
high seas and a trip through the break
ers from the stranded vessel. The
Warrior '8 position is reported serious.
The Almirante will return to the scene
to rescue the crew if necessary. A
wrecking tug has already gone to the
aid of the yacht. ' '
DRINK
HABI1
RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT.
Thousands of wives, mothers and sis
tors are enthusiastic in their piaise of
ORHIXE, because It has cured their
loved ones of the "Drink Habit" and
thoreby brought happiness to their
homes. Can be given secrotly. OR
RfNE costs only $t.00 per box. Ask
for free booklet. Perry Drug Stores.
BUSINESS EXPEDITION RETURNS.
CNITED PRESS LEASED WIRE.
New York, Jan. 30. Tho American
"commercial expedition," composed of
prominent manufacturers and finan
ciers, members of the Southern Commer
cial Congress, was expoctcd to arirve
here today after the most extensive
trip ever taken through South America
in tho interests of fostering trade re
lations between United States and
South Amorica. The "commercial ex
pedition" sailed on November 1, from
Mobile, where tho 1013 Southern Com
mercial CongrcsB was held. The expe
dition visited twenty-one of tho lar
gest cities of Brazil, Chilo, Argentine
Republic, Colombia, Pern, Uruguay, Bo
livia, Ecuado and Beveral Central Amer
ican countries.
help them flush off the body's urinous
waste or you'll be a real sick person
shortly. At first you feel a dull misery
in .the kidney region, you suffer from
backache, sick headache, dizziness,
stomach gets sour, tongue coated and
you feel rheumatio twinges when the
welather is bad. "'
Eat less meat, drink lots of water;
alo get from any pharmacist four oune-
!ee of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful
in a glass of water before breakfast
for a few days and your kidneys will
the nact fine. This famous salts is
made from the acid of grapes and' lem
on juice, combined with lithia, and has
been used for generations to clean clog
ged kidneys and stimulate them to nor
mal activity, also to neutralize the acids
in urine, so it no longer Is a source of
irritation, thus ending bladder weak
ness... . .
Jad Salts is inexpensive, cannot in
jure; makes, a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink, which every one
should take now and then to Jteep the
kidneys clean and active. Druggists
here siay they sell lots of Jad Salts to
folk;! who beliovo in overcoming kidney
trouble while it is only trouble.
THREATEN TO DESTROY
- ORANGE PACKING HOUSES
SATURDAY SPECIALS
SATURDAY SPECIALS
SHIPLE17S;
Silk Umbrellas
Women's Silk Umbrellas, "test of covers, fitted over Par
agon steel frames, finished with neat handles. Regular
$5.00. Special .......... !$4.Q0
Tailored Waists
Women's and Misses' high grade tailored waists in a va
riety of pleasing styles. Special .................:..'.....:...:$1.98
Boys' Hose : : ;
Good weights, fast black cotton ribbed hose, just the
thing for school' Special i pairs for 25c
Blankets
Extra good quality pure white wool blankets, 72x80. ;
Special ........... $6.98
Lace Curtains One-half Price
9UAUTY , '
POPULA
MERCHANDISE ... t stTwtw jtatt ciwt
PttlXS
POPE HAS DIFFICULT PROBLEM.
CONFUCIANISM MADE
CHINESE STATE RELIGION
UNITED PRESS LEASED WIUH.l
Tekin, Jau. 30 The administrative
couucil passed yesterday a bill making
Confucianism the Chinese state religion.
The council is the body, chosen by him
self, which President Yuai Shi Kai set
up as a substitute for the parliament ho
dissolved and it was by the president
that the bill concerning religion was introduced.
WANT SUFFRAGE CAUCUS.
ICK, GLOSSY Hi
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
Glrlsl Try Itl Hair Gets Soft, Tluffy
and Luxuriant at Once No More
Falling Hair.
If you care for heavy hair, that glis
tens with beauty and is radiant with
life; has an Incomparable softness and
is fluffy and lustrous, try Dandenne,
Just one application doublos the
beauty of your hair, besldos it imme
diately dissolves every particle of dan
druff; you cannot have nice, heavy,
healthy hair if you have dandruff. This
destructive scurf robs the hair of its
lustre, its strength and its very life,
and if not overcome it produces a fever-
Ishness and itching of the scalp; the
hair roots famish, loosen and die; then
the hair falls out fast.
If your hair has boon neglected and
is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or too oily,
get a 20-cent bottle of Enowlton's Dan
dorine at any drug store or toilet coun
ter; apply little as directed and ten
: united fuess leased wins.
San Bernardino, Cal,, Jan. 30. An
onymous threats to destroy the orange
packing houses at Rjalto unloss all Jap
anese pickers are driven from the Rial
to groves are contained in letters re
ceived by Sheriff Ralphs and tho San
Bernardino newspapers. . The " letters
were written in red ink and bore rudely
iirawn coffins.
"We are white citizons of Rialto and
we owe money to the butcher and the
grocer; wo can't pay because we have
been fired from our jobs and Japs
hired for 50 conts a day less," tho lot-
ters said.
Japanese labor has supplanted white
labor almost entirely in the Rialto
orange groves this year.
MEXICANS EXCITED OVER
ALLEGED TALK OF WILSON
UNITED PltESS LEASED WIW0.
Mexico City, Jan. 30. The Japanoso
minister had a long conferrence with
President Iluorta yesterday afternoon
at which it was roported that the finan
cial arrangements were discusses for any
arms or ammunition Japanese traders
may supply to the Mexican government.
Local Japanese wero intensely ex
cited today over the local publication
of tho following utlorance, attributed
to President WilBon:
"Tho Japanese are supplying the fed
erals with arms; we must supply the
robels with the same."
Huerta has notified American Charge
d' Affaires O'Shaughnessy that he has
nine United States army uniforms, tak
en from tho bodies of rebels at Ojinaga
-" ' UNITED TIIESS LEASED Wtltd.
Rome,-Jan. 30. Pope Plus is again
in troubled waters as a rosult of Euro
pean politics. ! Borvia, whoso territtfry
has beoh doubled as a result of tho two
u-ni.t Balkan wars, has just sent to
'dime a commission to negotiate a
concordat with tlie Vatican. Porsonal-
ly.'tlio Pope is most favorably disposed
toward SSrvia. ; 1 Austria,1'"' howe'ver,
v)l ch is the Vatican's' strongest friohd
pmorgst the big European powors, has
lor the past century boon trying to
truph the little state that1 is always
trying to create a big Slav ompire on
her southern border. Austria also en
joys from tho Vatican the position of
protector of the Catholic church in tho
entire Bulkan peninsular. Sho has
lodged an emphatic protest with the
"ope against this diminution of her
'tower and the increase of that of Sor
vla which would result from a concor
dat with the Vatican. Pope Pius gives
no indication of just how he is going
to get out of the difficult position.
ROAD VOTES ON LEASE.
UNITED TKESS LEASED WIRE,
Washington, Jan. 30. Potitions were
In circulation today for a house demo
cratic caucus onthe suffrage question.
Equal rights leaders asserted that they
had enough signatures to force the
caucus.
UNITED PBESS LEASED WIIIS.
Stuttgart, Arks., Jan. 30. Stockhold
crs of tho Rock Island, Stuttgart and
Southern railway company met here to
lny in specinl session to voto upon the
lease of the road to the Chicago, Rock
Island and Pacific, company for 00
years, from February 1. Tho line was
originally built by the Rice Belt and
vldes heavy fines and imprisonment
for Amorican oitieens who may aid in
the immigration of debarred classes of
aliens. .' .
PROHIBITION IS ENDORSED '
BY WOMEN'S FEDERATION
UNITED PMCHS LEASED WIllB.l
Tacoma, Wash., Jan. 30. Unanimous
Indorsement of proposed atato-wide pro
hibition', for which proposed initiative
measure Is now on file at the state cap
ital, was the last important act of the
executive board of tho State Federation
of Womon's clubs in tho mid-winter
conference haro, which ended yesterday.
An arrangement was made whereby
the Woman's League of the University
of Washington, which will be come af
filiated with the organization. Dele
gates and alternates to the bieunial
general convention in Chicago were
named, committee vacancies filled ami
the date of tho stnto convention at Ray-
moil J. fixed at July 20.
DRASTIC AMENDMENT
AIMED AT ANARCHISTS
UNITED PRESS LEASED WIHE.1
Washington, Jan. 30. A drastic
amendment to the Burnett-Dillingham
immigration bill Was adopted yester
day afternoon by the house immigration
committee. It provires for the doporta
tion of aliens assisting in the immigra
tion of persons, militant suffragettes
included, who teach the destruction of
property. The bill alBu providos that
aliens who become naturalized citizens
may be reached by the law, and pro-
OITY CAN CONDEMN LINE.
UNITED MESS LEASED WIIIE.)
Olympia, Wash., Jan. 30. Reviewing
the condemnation proceedings brought
by tho city of Seattle against the Se
attle, Ronton & Southern railway, the
supreme court today specifically upholtl
the right of a city to condemn an ex
isting street railway for operation as
a municipal line.
The cpurt, however, sent the case;
back to the lower court because the
present receivers of the company had
not been made parties to the action.
A fow people might like to see an
other panle but they can't "pull it
off.'
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everything else advertised, that if you -
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lots of it no dandruff no itching Conterville, Iowa, Jan. 30. fiovcrnor
scalp and no more falling balr you Clarke, of Iowa, was tho principal
must use Knowlton's Danderine. If speaker and guest of honor at the Iowa
eventually why not nowf State Bible Convention horn today.
1UDOOR WORK
REDUCE,
became confining duties, lack of fresh air and
sunshine gradually weaken even a strong
constitution, and the enfeebled system readily
accepts sickness and disease.
Scott's Emulsion chocks such decline. Its pure cod
liver oil is nature s grandest medicinal food while
its hypophoaphites act as a building tonic
It refreshes the body, puts vigor in the
blood, strengthens the lungs, upbuilds
the nerves and invigorates the whole
system.
Ifyouworhlndoon, Scott's Emulsion
afttr mnl will provnt muck lickniu
and Ion of tint; and oftmn thwarit
tubtrculotii it kuildt up and hold
up your Btnngth.
Shun Alcoholic SubatltutM and
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