Mail Tribune 100: October 20, 1913

October 20, 1913

PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 20. — Federal Judge R.S. Bean in a decision today ordered the claim of Dr. James M. Keene, dentist and politician of Jackson County to a valuable timber homestead set aside.

In his oral decision, Judge Bean declared that the facts sworn to by Dr. Keene in his affidavit had been effectively disproven. The evidence indicated, said Judge Bean, that Dr. Keene had never been on his claim a single night, nor had his cabin on it ever been completed.

The Keene case was tried in the federal court here three weeks ago. Keene resides at Medford.


ROME, Oct. 20. — While posing for the "movies" today, Adriana Castamanga, an actress, was badly clawed by a leopard.


WASHINGTON, Oct. 20 — The prince of Monaco was received by President Wilson today, the first of the family who ever called at the White House.


WASHINGTON, Oct. 20. — The United States Supreme Court today advanced for hearing when it sits in January the "bleached flour" case involving an interpretation of the pure food law.

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