OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD. FRIDAY, JANUARY $Sf 1901. . SOUTH AND EAST s utuem'pacifuj 11). Shasta Route Trains Leave OregonJCity for Portland and . way stations at 8:24 a.m. and 6:03 P.M. Lv Portland 8:30 A.M. 7.00 P.M. " Oregon City 9:22 A. v. 7:62 p.m. Ar Ashland 12:31 A.. 11:30 A.M. " Sucramcmto . 5:00 p.m. a.m. " Sau Francisco 7:4fp.H. 8:16 p.m. Ogden 5:45 a. m. 11:45 A.M. " Denver 9:00 A.M. 9:00 a.m. " Kansas Cjty 7:52 A M, 7:35 A.M. " Chicago 7:45 A.M. 9:H0 A.M. " Lob Angeles' 1:20 p.m. 7:00 aIm. " El Paso 6:00 P.M. B:00 P.M. " .Fort Worth 6:30 a.m. 6:30 a.m. " City of Mexico ' 9:55 a.m. 9:55 a. M. " Houston 4:00 B, m. 4:00 a.m. New Orloans 5:25 p.m. 6:25 P. M, " Washington 6:42 a.m. 6:42 a.m. " New York 12:43 P.M. 12:43 P.M. ; Pullman and Tourist Cars on both trains. Chair oars, Sacramento to Ogden and El Paso; and tourist cars to Chicago, St. Louis, " New Orleans and Washington. Connecting at San Francisco with several Steamship Lines for Honolulu, Japan, China, Philippines, Central and South America. See E. L. Hoopenoahneb, agent at Oregon C ty station, or address ' C. H. MARKHAM, G. P. A., Portland, O Fellow s Harding Block, Oregon City TELEPHONE 618 ents Pound Sulta Coffee 30 Cents Pound Hoffman House if. & J. coffee 25 Cents 2 Cans Good Peaches 25 Cents 3 Cans Condensed Cream 25 cents 3 cans Good Iowa corn Just Received a full line of Garden Seeds. I M$fars Low NEWS OF THE WEEK J, A. McGLASHAN, Manager Stores Oregon City and Portland The Dalles, Portland and Astoria Navigation Co.'s . Sirs. Regulator & Dalles City Dally (except Sunday) between The Dalles, Hood River, Cascade Locks, Vancouver and Portland Touching at wav points on both sides of the Columbia river. Both of the above steamers have been rebnll and are in excellent shape for the season of 1900 ' The Regulator Line will endeavor to give Its patrons the best service possible. For Comfort, Economy and Pleasure travel by the steamers of The ltegulator lane. The above steamers leave Portland 7 a. m.and Dalles at 8 a. m.,and arrive at destination in ample time for outgoing trains. Portland Office. The Dalles Offl ce Oak St. Dock. CourtStreet, A. C. A1.LAWAT General Agent O.R.&N.Co SUM MONS. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the Cou nty of Clackamas. Mable Sollnsky, Plaintiff, vs. William H. Sollntky, Defendant. To William H. Solinsky, Defendant In the name of the State of Oregon, you are hereby required to appear and answer the com plaint filed against you in the above entitled suit, In the above entitled court, on or before the 1st day of March, A. D , 1901, the said last men tioned date being the last day of the time pre. scribed by the court in the order for service of this summons upon you, by publication thereof, and if you so fail to appear and answer, in this suit, on or before the said 1st day of March, A, D., 1901, for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief dem tuded in the said complaint, to wit: That the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between you and the said plaintiff, be dlsolved: That the plain tiff have the oare, custody and oootrolof child; that the plaintiff have the decree of the Court against you for the ooats and disbursements of this suit, and for such other and further relief as to equity may seem jus'. The defendant is here. by further notified that this summons is served upon him by publication thereof, by virtue of an order made in this suit by the Hon. Thomas F. Ryan, Judge of the County Court of the State tf Oregon for Clackamas County, on the 14th day of Jan., A. D. 1901, ordoring and directing that this Summons be served upoo you, the above namud defendant by publication thereof in the Courier Herald, a newspaper published in Oregon City County of Clackamas, Stale of Oregon, and o general circulation in said City', County and Slate for a period of six successive weeks from the first publication of this Summons, the date of the nit publication of this summons, being the 18th day of January, A. D., 1001. T. Q. THORNTON, Attorney for Plaintiff. Depart TIME SCHEDULES Arrivb Chicago- Salt Lake, lonver, Fort 4 p. m. Portland Worth, Omaha, Kansas Special City, St. Louis, Chioa 9:15 a. m. go and East. Salt u ke, De.iver, Fort 7 e,m. Atlanllo Worth, Omaha, Kansas Express City, St. Louis, Chicago p. m. and East. Walla Walla, Lewlston, 8:40 a.m. Aookane Spokane, Minneapolis, Fiver St. Paul, Duluth, Mil 8 n. m. waukee, Chioago and ' v East. ? Ocean Steamships ; 8 p. m. All Sailing Dates subject 4 to change. ; For San Frantlseo Sail every 6 days. DanT Columbia River ex. Sunday steamers. Einw Saturday To Astoria and Way 10 p. m. Landings. Willamttte River. 6 a.m. 4.30 p.m. Ex. Sunday Oregon City, Newbeig, Ex. Sunday Salem, Independence , and way-landings. Willamette and Yam - 7 a. m. hill Rivers. :3 i- Tnes. Thur. M0-.1 and Sat. Oregon City, Dayton nd rrl. and way-landings. 6 am . Willamette River 4:sop.m. Tnes Thur Mon., Wed and Sat. Portland to Corvallis andFrl, , and way-landings. Leave Snake River Leave Kiparia Lewlston -85 a. m. Rlparia to Lewlston. I Daily, Dally. - m- Is boundless. Yet it is utterly helpless to give strength to the child born with a low vitality. The time to give strength to the child is before birth and to impart this gift the mother herself must be strong. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion gives strength to mothers. It pre serves them in roDnst neaitn in tne months before baby comes. It practical ly does away with the pains of mother hood, and enables the mother to endow her child with a healthy body and a happy disposition. "Favorite Prescrip tion " contains no aicouoi ana is aoso lutely free from opium and cocaine. "I consider Dr. Herat's Favorite Prescription the best medicine made," writes Mrs. Mary Murdock, of 220 Taylor St., Topeka, Kansas. "I know it has no equal. I am the mother of ten children and only one living the tenth one. She is one year old and ia as well and hearty aa can be. She is a beauty. Of my other babies, some were bora at right time, but dead, other were premature births; one lived to be one year old but she was always feeble. I tried different doctors but none, ot tnem couia ten wnac my trouble was. I was examined by surgeons but they found nothing wrong. I did not know what to do. so I thought this last time I would trv Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pirscriotton. I took it the entire nine months and now have a fine baby girl, and I can not praise your medicine enougn tor tne gooa 11 am me." sy Dr.Pierce's Pellets cure heart-burn. Some Reasons Why You Should Insist on Having Eura harkess oil ynequaled by any other. Renders hard leather soft, specially prepared. Sleeps out water. A heavy bodied oil. Harness $,11 excellent preservative. Reduces cost of your harness PJ ever burns the leather ; its Efficiency is increased. Secures best service. Stitches kept from breaking. Oil j.-i sold in all Localities Manufactured by .Standard Oil Company, Friday, Jan. 18. The paralysis of England's large Sooth African army is apparently complete, which is a wonderful contrast to the un casing activity of the Boers. At Cape Town, a stampede of wealthy Afrikanders lias taken place, enormous premiums being offered for passage? on steamers to Europe. Capt. Charvenin, a French officer re turned to Paris from South Africa, re ports that Kitchener and Lord Roberts are bitierenemies and often quarreled. The U. S. eenate received Senator Mat Quay with demonstrations of jo. Ex -President Cleveland delivered an address at the 16th annual dinner of the Holland Society at the Waldorf-Astoria, New York city. A two-hundred-million dollar steel and wire trust is being formed in New York. It is claimed in London that from let ters of an unnamed British officer it is learned that General Kitchener's orders to his troops are to take no prisoners, his aim being to exterminate the Boers. Lord Roberts advises displacing 50,000 stale and dispirited troops with fresh ones from home. ' 1 Times are hard in Spain and the gov ernment is non-progressive The Live Stcck Association, in session at Salt Lake, has petitioned theTJ. S senate against the Grout bill, claiming that to deprive petitioners of the right to color oleomargarine, which is accorded manufacturers of products of the dairy, would be class legislation. At the annual convention of WeBtern Implement Dealers,anti-ti ust resolutions to be sent to congress were adopted. Governor Brady of Alaska believes that the business of growing reindeer in the northern portion of the territory has a brilliant fulure before it. SUMMONS. In the circuit court of the state of Oregon for the oonnty of Clackamas. Ada L. Osburn, Plaintiff, vs. Thomas J. Osburn, Defendant. To Thomas J. Oiburn, Defendant: In the name of the state of Oregon, you are hereby required to appear and answer the com plaint filed against yon in tha above entitled suit on or before the; 1st day ot March, 1101, that being the time prescribed In order of p loll- catlon of this summons; and If you fall to appear and answer Bald complaint, the plaintiff will ap ply to the court for the relief theiein prayed for, to-wlt: A decree of divorce from the bonds of matrimony now existing between you and the plaintiff and for other relief prayed for in the complaint herein. This summons Is published by order of Hon. Thomas F. Ryan, County Judge of said county, made. and entered the 11th day of January, 1901, and the date of the first publication Is Friday, January 18, 1901, and the said publication Is to rnn six consecutive weeks from the said date. If. J. MACMAHON, Attorney for Plaintiff. Dated at Oregon City, Jan. 11, 1901. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Claokamas. Matt Olson, Plaintiff, vs. Bertha Olson, Defendant: To Bertha Olson, Defendants N the same of the state of Oregon, yon are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you In the above en titled suit on or before the 20th day of.M arch, 1901, and if yon fail to appear and answer said com plaint, the plaintiff, ' will apply to the court for the r lief therein prayed for, to-wlt: a decree of divorce from the bonds of matrimony now existing between yon , and the plaintiff. This summons Is published by order of Hon. I ner ,rave." She considered herself per Thomw F. Ryan, County Judge of lata county, inIln.lhi. r. Bvnrv ljfB lORt In J J it Best of Everything" In a woid this tells of the pass enger service via, THE NORTH-WESTERN LINE 8 Trains Daily between St, Paul and Chicago comprising: The Latest Pullman Sleepers Peerless Dining Cars Library and Observation Cars Tree Reclining Chair Cars The 20th Century Train "THE NORTH-WESTERN LIMITED" runs every day of the year. The Finest Train in the World Electric Lighted Steam Heated To Chicago by Daylight. The Badger State Express, the finest day train running between v. nicago via. the Short Line. , Connections from the west made via The Northern Pacific, Great Northern. and Canadian Pacific Rys. ' This is also one of the best lines between Omaha, St. iui ana juinneapom All sgents sell tickets via "The North ia ' ( western Line." W. H. MEAD, H. S. SISLER. G. A. T. A. t4 Alder St, Portland, Oregon. In the Circuit Court oft he State of Oregon, for the County of Claokamas. Ella W. Balrd, Plaintiff, vs. James V. Balrd, Defendant In the name of the State of Oregon; To James W. Balrd, the above named defendants You are hereby required to appear and answer the com plaint filed against you in the above entitled suit, in the above entitled Court, on or before the 18th day of February, A. D. 1901, the said last mention ed date being the last day of the time prescribed by the Court in the order for the service of this Summons upon you, by puolloation thereof, and if yon so fall to appear and answer, in this suit, on or before the said 18th day of February, A. D 1901, for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in thesaid com plaint, to-wlt: That the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now exltting between yon and the said plaintiff, be disolved: That the plaintiff have the rare, custody and control of said minor child. Eunice Dwindle Balrd: that the plaintl have the decree of the Court against you for the costs and disbursements of this suit. and for such other and further relief as to equity may seem just. The defenden I is hereby further notified that this Summons is I served upon him by publication thereof, by vir tue nf an order made in this suit by the Hon. Thos. F. Ryan, Judge of the County Court of the State of Oregon for Clackamas County, on the 3rd day of January, A. D. 1901, ordering and directing that this Summons be served upon you, the above named defendent, by publication thereof In the Courier-Herald, a newspaper published in Oregon City, Comity of Clackamas. State of Oregon, and of general circulation in said City, County and State for a period of six successive weeks from the first publication of this Summons, the date of the first publication of this Summons, being the 4th day of January, A. D. 1901. F. D.-WI.NTON (l WM. BEID, Attorneys lor Plaintiff SUMMONS. Saturday, Jan. 19. By a vote of 43 to 23, the TJ. S. senate passed the army bill. Abrut2000 men are being enlisted every month for three years service, to replace 35,000 volunteers in the Philip pines., The "Snake Band" Creek Indians, In dian Territory, are up in arms and raid ing the country. The business men of Pendleton want the government to construct a canal and locks arffund Oelilo Falls. The queen of England Is at Osborne, Isle of Wight, seriously ill. She is in her 82d year. Weaverville, Trinity county, Cal., has eight feet of snow. England's birth-rate is decreasing. Kitchener claims to have whipped the Boors at Ventorsburg and vlaklaagte and impeded their advance toward Cape Town. -. , When the Soutb African war broke out, W.T. Stead, the London journalist, predicted that it "would bring dawn the gray hairs of the queen with sorrow to the pretty Dutch queen because the Ne therlands parliament is too strict and parimoniout. Banker Corbett and the City & Sub urban Railway Co.of Portland are" build ing a 25,000 horsepower station near Sandy river, on Gordon creek. Tuesday, Jan .22. By vote, the French chain bt-r of depu ties directed that the premier's speech, setting forth the tyrannical proclivities of the monastic institutions, be posted throughout the country. J. S. Harlan, son of the federal su preme judge, Harlan, nominated by the president attorney-gener of Portoliico, has been confirmed by the senate. To curtail production, 80 glass facto ries will close down. To break the glaBs makers' monopoly, leading republican manufacturers of Pennsylvania will be labor McKinley and congress to repeal the tariff placed on glass. Owing to the drain for South Africa, the British-India army is 9000 below its normal strength, and contains 15,000 men who ought to have been relieved and sent home. Queen Victoria died last night at 6 :30, at Osborne House, Isle of Wight. A Venezuelan gunboat has' burned a sloop anchored at Guira belonging to a British subject, , , Mrs. Nation and three other married women, armed with hatchets, gutted two more Witchita saloons and were put In jail. At the home of the Walkers, in the Flatwoods neighborhood, 18 miles from Vancouver, Wash., through an attempt to thaw o it dynamite.three persons were killed and three badly injured. The smelters' trust (Am. S. & R. Co.) is being formed in New York with a capital of $100,000,000. The public will ere long learn the whole truth about the Philippines. Con gress will send over an lavestigating committee. English naval big-wigs hive spent nearly four million dollars on the practi cally worthless royal yacht, Viotoriaand Albert. Bird S.Coler.comptroller of NewYork, is tryfng to boom David B. Hill (I am a' democrat) as presidential candidate in 1901. In the French reserve infantry there is ajdeficiency of 7500 lieutenants and sub-lieutenants, and 500 captains. Two formidable war vessels are to fol low the Scorpion to Venezuela, to pro tect the extensive properties of the American asphalt trust. F. V. Greene, a prominent republican New York politi cian, Is the trust's president. Wednesday, Jan. 23, Albert Edward, Prince ol Wales, who Baldwin's Dys pepsia Tablets, food digesters, start digestion properly--make a healthy, clean stomach. Ijelp the stomach' to do its work prop erly until it's cured soc. San Francisco, CaL. EDWARD L. BALDWIN CO., I have s-aiued 10 pounds since using vour Dyspepsia Tablets. My stomach is now in good condition. A. IS. Loom ia. At.AMBDA, CAL. ' EDWARD h. BALDWIN CO., After suffering witn stomach troubw for three years, I have cured myself by using tahtrts. thereby avoiding urgical operation, which I was about tu undergo. Gko. StoxvJIX. County Assess:;' Office. Huntley's Drug Store Within the coming two years probably between 400 and 500 miles of new rail road will be built in "Oregon. The Vorwaerts, of Germany, says that King Edwards' acquaintance with the demimonde of all the European capitals will make it easy for him to follow in the footsteps of the three Georges. The DantsoheTage-Zuitung points out that in the past he has held close relationa with the British chartered South African Corapany,and Rhodes and Chauibeilain. California will ship this season East ward twenty thousand carloads oranges. The Berlin Tageblatt, in consideration of the wickedness of the Sauth Aftican war, says a large part of the world will see in the death of the English queen a large measure of divine justice. Nearly Eokley, Curry county, parties are boring for coal and coal oil . HIE LEG IS LATUM!. Bite Introduced by viaenamas County Representatives. MONDAY. The following bill were introcuced 1 y members from this county : Brownell For a constitutional conven tion. Reserving spawning grounds in Columbia river above tide water. Reg ulating fishing with pound nets. To submit initiative and' referendum to vote of the people at June election, 1902, The fish bills were introduced by re quest of President Fulton. Dresser Providing for deposit ol money in the hands of executors and ap pointment thereof. Clackamas county members of the different house committees: Dresser chairman judiciary and member public library. Kruse fisheries; penal ; roads made and entered the J9lh day of January, 1901, and the date of the first publication Is Friday, January 25th, 1901, and the said publication Is to run six consecutive weeks from the said date. WALDEM 4K BETON. Attorney for Plaintiff. Dated at Oregon City, January 25th, 1902, NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. her service in South Africa. The sale of $10,000,000 railroad bonds, 4 per cent, brought subscriptions for ten times that amount in San Francisco. Sav ings banks pay 3 per cent, A terribly fatal epidemic of grip and grip-pneumonia prevails in New York city and the country surrounding, Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned ad- I Sunday, Jan. 20. m.nlstratnxot tuma nenjamm ne- congressional inves. son, deceased, has filed her filial account In the v B County Court of Clackamas Connty, Oregon, as tigation of hazing at West Point, the C as such administratrix, and Monday, the 18th day I dets have agreed to abolish it. OireD.,A.U.,ii, anne nouro. iu o a. . ; , -one U i i une ucvu uau v j n viie I , . judge of said court, as the time for bearing any to Venezuela 10 protect, tue luieroBin ui all objections to the report and the settlement Americans from the looting proclivities thereof. ALBINA HENDRICKSON, Administratrix of Said Estate. Dated this 12th day of Jan., A. D. 1901 , Dimick & Eastbam, Attorneys for Administratrix. is in his 60th year, has succeeded his ,n(j highways. Hedges engrossed mother on the tnglish throne under the Dilai Talbert public lands ; saleiies. title of Edward VII. ' ' ' Thirty-eight republicans met in senr Russia has agreed to turning over the torial caucus but accomplished nothing, Chinese railroads to the Germans, i The eleven steel companies wnicb are The first separate ballot for senator scheming to "harmonize" their interests wft8 tafceri f0day with the following re- are capitalized at $329,408,100, guit. Corbett 28, McBride 19, Wm, Ex-Prest. Harrison says that by the I Smith (democrat) 25, Herman 8, G. H. death of Queen Victoria a mighty influ- Williams 2, Fulton 2, McGeorge 1, F. A. ence on the side of peace has been lost. Moore 1, T. C. Taylor 1, absent 2, not Ohicaco claims the distinction of be- voting 1. Brownell, Porter, Kruse and NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned executors of the estate of J. B. Spahr, deceased, has filed their final account in the County Court of Clackamas County, Oregon, as such executors, and Monday the 25th day of February, A. D 1901. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., has been (lied by the Hon.Thoniaa F. Eyan, Judgeof the led in NewYork, said Court as the time for hearing any and all objections to said roport, and the settlement tnereot. HAN9 SPAHR, FREDRICK MOSHBEROER. CLARK WARNOCK, Executors of Said Estate. Dated January 17th, 1301. Dimi i Eabtiiam, Attorneys for Executors. of the government officials. The naval appropriation bill reported to the honse carries $77,000,000. Germany and The Netherlands will build a telegraph line around the world. According to the Investors' Review, of London, an "abyss of insolvency lies be neath the smooth surface" of business activity. Monday, Jan. 21. A t)lot of Greek anarchists to kill prominent Americans has been diecover ing the wickedest city in the world. The Rockefellers have secured 150,000 shares of Missouri Pacific railroad stock. ' Coal oil excitement at Gresham, where a dozen farms have been bonded by oil prospectors. The distinguished Texas congressman, Bailey, has been elected to the senate by the Texas legislature. The three aristocratic debauchers and murderers of Jennie Bosschieter, the 18- W ANTEDACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHARAC ter to deliver and collect in Orea-on for old mtiib lished manufacturing wholesale house. S'JOini year, sure pav. Honesty more than experience required. Oiir reference, any bank in any city Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope. Mana facturers, ThirdFloor, 331 Dearborn St .Chicago Farm for Sale. 10 miles south of Oregon City, 3 miles south of Jf ilnlla. Known aa the Teaael Farm. Contain ing 310 acres, I to clear plow land; 40 acres In creek bottom : 100 acres, nnland; 7 acres, or chard. All well watered and fenced with stake and v Ire fence, and drained with stone and tile diuhes; good buildings. UO rods from school house; 115 rods from church; good location for taking rock to mountains Price l'lJ, 11(100 down, balance to suit at o per cent interest. For further particulars apply on farm to , A, J. Sawtkll, Job Printing at the Courier-Herald SlOr.S THE COUGH AND WOKKS OFF THE COLD. . Laxative EromoHjuinine Tablets care a cold in one day. No Cure no Pay Pee 25 cents. In a sermon at Lincoln, Neb.,Dr.E B. Andrews, chancellor of university of Ne braeka, predicted that after the death of Queen Victoria the British empire would gradually disintegrate. The British taxpayers support the Boer army. At Booidal the latter cap tured its winter clothing, 8700 shells and enough small arms ammunition to last DeWet's army three years. When General IMVet bade goodby to Commandant W. P. Snyman.he said "If you hear that I have surrendered deny it. I will never surrender; I will fight us long as one man stands by me. Prof. Joseph Bailia, late of the impe rial university at Pekin,who has been 10 yeors in China, say the Chinese are in capable of .self-government and the troubles in the empire will end only with its partition. ; His Holiness, the Pope, believes that hs will die before tho JlIjsMm Duke Henry of Mecklenburg has jilted pout ds, I Talbert qoted for McBride and Dresser for F. A. Moore. Bills introduced: By Dresser Pro viding for holding of primary elections in towns of 500 or more. Providing lor election of state, congressional and county committees. ' WKDNKSDAY. The Clackamas county delegation are voting for United States each day. All the Clackamas county senators and rep resentatives are voting straight for Mc- year old factory girl, at Paterson, N . J HriJe( e-xcept Tjgger, wh0 is putting in were convictea oi muraer in me second hig yote teaMy for Supreme Judge F degree, maximum penalty lor wlncli is . Moore. ttmi Gilbert L. Hedges, who imprisonment lor au years. , for gmitl, 0f jjaker county W. T. Stead telegraphs from London Qn the first day of the vote, Hedges that, the aueen being dead, in the troub- nominated Smith, The vote on Wed- lous times awaiting the country, revival Lesday s'ojiI as follows: Corhett 29, of retmblican propaganda may be count- McBride 10. Herman 7. Wuhan omit ed on with certainty, which will become serious when financial and military dis aster thicken around the throne and abroad. Thursday, Jan. t The British government ha deter mined to light th South African war to a finish. Memorial services in honor of Eng land's beloved queen will be held throughout the civilized world, 26, C. W. Fulton 2, George II. Williams 3, M. O. George 1, S. A. Lowell 1. On the second day Corbett received one ad ditional vote, Mattoon, of Douglas county. By the way, Mattaou 1b a na tive of Clackamas. Senator Browneli's bill to pay the ex penses of an Indian war veterans' dele gation, was signed by the governor on January 23rd. The bill by Porter to reduce the salary of the county judge of ClnckainB In the spring the Anerican trocps In county from (,1-00 to $720 wus passed China will be reduced to 100 men ana t16 gt.nte. The bill.does not take el Gen. Chaffee will succed Gen. McArthur (eut, u,,tjl the present term of County in the Philippines. Judge Ryan expires I .... ltev, 8.A. Starr, the Methodist preach- Senator Bron-ll has introduced a ar eiiariiTiilixl (nrheinir nauuhtv. Ims hill for tha location and relocation ot been acquitted at Tacotms by the judici- county seats, ary committee of the N.W.M. Conference La-t night Montreal was visited by t fire which destroyed property to the val ue of about two million five hundred thousand dollars. At Enterprise, Kan., Mrs. Nation, the 'joint-smasher," sacked, saloon. From 1850 to 1900, England's imports over exports had a value of 2,749 million The initiative and referendum atner!- mint lo the cmstttntion lias passeu both house', Sntor Brownell introduc ing th ms-u' in the st-nate, repra entaiivtt Krusn in the house, , ., According to Senator Porter's ' own paper he is t'ie lu tdiug sena'oc hi Lis part ol the tioue.4 ; ' On ThnrpJ iytii senatorial vote stood a follows: O.rb.nt M, MoHrids 19, Smith 25, fnlinn t, sa ti-ring 7, absent 1, not v t'n ; 1.