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ARCHIE HOLDS OWN
Physicians Hopeful for Recovery
of President's Son.
ARCHIE SUFFERS RELAPSE.
REASSURING BULLETINS ISSUED
Notwithstanding Condition of His Son,
Roosevelt Attends to Busi
ness as Usual.
Washington, March 9. Archie Roose
velt rested well last night and the at
tending physicians are hopeful of his
recovery. Dr. Alcaxnder Lambert, who'
was summoned from New York to take
charge of the caso, has informed tho
president that, while tho patient's con
dition is encouraging, he is not yet out
A consultation was hold at the White
House. It was attended by Dr. Lam
bert, Surgeon General Rlxey and As
sistant Surgeons Kirby, Braisted and J.
G. Pryor, of the nnvy. At 10:30 Dr.
Lambert gave out this bulletin:
"The patient is resting comfortably.
No complication has doveloped since
Thursday, and his condition is as good
as could bo expected at this stage of the
An earlier bulletin issued by Secre
tary Loeb also was of a reassuring na
ture. It was stated at tho "White House
that Dr. Lambert will not leave Wash
ington until he is satisfied that Archie
is out of danger.
Notwithstanding Ihe serious condi
tion of his ion the president was in his
otiice transacting business at the usual
hour yesterday morning, and the u; inl
Friday cabinet meeting was held.
HARRIMAN TO HELPHILL.
Third Son of President Seriously III
Washington, March 8. Archio
T 11 li. - . I .1 - 1 1 1 1. I
itooaovou, ii iu prcsmutiii'tj liuiu nurj
who has been Buffering from diph
theria since last Friday, had n turn for
tho worso yesterday, and last night,
though ho had rallied somowhnt, his
condition is serious.
Dr. Alexander Lambert, of New
York, in response to a telegram from
tho president, arrived in Washington
at 9 o'clock and took charge of tho caso.
Doctors Rixey, Kennedy and Braisted
were holding a consultation when Dr.
Lambert arrived at tho White House.
Just previous to his coming, further
anti-toxin was injected into tho pa
Washington, March 8. At 1:30 a.
m. word from Dr. Lambert, who was
at tho sick boy's bedside, says that ho
is still in a serious condition. There
has been no change.
Washington, March 8. A messngo
from tho White Houso at 3 a. m. to tho
houso of Congressman Nicholas Long
wort h says that, whilo Archio was
resting easy, his condition was still
critical. Tho message boro Dr. Lam
TIED UP BY LEGAL POINTS.
IN THE NATIONAL HALLS OF CONGRESS
BIG AlO TO TIMBER BARONS.
Suggestion of Interstate Commerce
Washington, March 9. Lumbermen
in the Puget Sound region have com
plained to the Interstate Commerce
commission that they have been un
able since Januaiy 20 to obtain trans
portation of their products to Eastern
points because of the stated inability of
the Great Northern and Northern Pa
cific railroads to handle the traffic.
Commissioner Lane, of the Interstate
Commerce commission, has received
letters from lumbermen west of the
Cascade mountains, saying that it is
impossible for them to get their pro
ducts to Missouri river points and ask
ing whether the commission cannot
afford some relief.
Mr. Lane has suggested that they
can make a formal complaint to the
commission, requesting it to grant
them a through route from the Puget
Sound region via Portland, Or., over
the Northern Pacific railroad and
thence via the Oregon Short Line and
the Union Pacific to Missouri river
The Great Northern and the North
ern Pacific admit that they cannot car
ry moie than one-third of the lumber
that is offered, but heretofore they have
refused to permit the Oregon Short
Line or the Union Pacific to make a
through route or a joint rate with
them. It is expected that the lumber
men will act on the -suggestion of Mr.
Iroquois Theater Trial Blocked From
Danville, 111., March 8. The trial of
Will J. Davis, charged with man
slaughter on account of tho tiro in tho
Iroquois theater in Chicago in 1903, is
now at a standstill so far as evidenco is
concernod and promises to bo tied up
in the courts indefinitely on legal
When these points have been passed
to the court, moro of vital importance
will be submitted. The defenso offers
to admit the facts. The prosecution
denies its right to do so.
Counsel representing the state said it
would be shown that the theater was
incomplete when opened and unfinish
ed at tho time of the fire, and that Mr.
Davis knowingly violated the ordinance
relating to safety in public playhouses
The defense moved that the prosecu
tion be required to introduce tho ordi
nance in question, the theory being
that, should tho court hold the ordi
nance invalid, there would have been
no law for Davis to violate.
The court set Friday for hearing the
JAPANESE SPIES ABOUND.
WILL RAISE COMMODITY RATES.
Western Railroad Men to Agree on
Chicago, Much 9. Following the
example of Eastern railroads, Western
lines are preparing to make increases
in freight rates by changes in the com
modities. A call has been iesued for a
special meeting of the Western trunk
line committee, to be held Monday,
and it is said the purpose is to consider
the advisability of changing commodity
There is declared to be no doubt that
the traffic men are preparing to make
over the commodity rates wherever it
is thought possible to do so. As these
are always much lower than the class
rates, and are created for the purpose
of granting concessions, their abolition
necessarily raises the tariffs.
Confirms Bribery Story.
Honolulu, March 9. The opinion of
Attorney General Bonaparte to the
effect that assisted immigration is ille
gal has cauBod the greatest consterna
tion here. It is feared that it will
cause the loss of hundreds of thousands
of dollars involved in the charters of
the steamers Heliopolis and Kurneric,
besides defeating the effort to introduce
European immigration into Hawaii. A
special meeting of the Territorial Beard
of Immigration will be called to con
sider the subject and will will cable its
views to President Roosevelt.
Consternation In Hawaii.
London, March 9. The Madrid cor-
Military Engineer Dies in Mexico-
Hundreds Smuggled In.
Guadalajara, Mex., March 8. One
of the Japanese who deserted the con
struction camps of tho Mexican Central
railroad died a few days ago at the
Santo Domingo mine, of the Ampara
Mining company, in the Etzian dis
trict, of this state. His papers worn
turned over to the general manager of
the company and it was found he was a
military engineer in tho employ of the
Japanese government. Before his death
the Japanese engineer stated that he
was on his way to the United States.
Of the 1,400 Japanese landed in tho
last three months for work on tho Mex
ican Central, only 250 remain. The
others deserted and many of them
are now in the United States.
One of the interpreters of the Japan
ese workmen was correspondent of one
of the leading Tokio newspapers during
the war with Russia. Another is the
son of a high government official in
See Canal After All.
March 8. Sneaker Can-
non and the the other members of tho
congressional party which sailed a few
days ago on tho Hamburg-American
steamship Blucher, may not bo permit
ted to visit Colon, according to infor
mation received here today. Tho par
ty had planned to stop at Colon on tho
homeward trip and inspect the canal
work. Today tho news came that the
Panama government has established a
quarantine against Venezuelan ports
because of a reported outbreak of yellow
fever at 'La Guayra,. The Blucher is
scheduled to call at La Guayra and also
at Puerto Cabello.
Monday, March 4
Washington, March 4. With a now
record for largo appropriations and far
reaching legislation, tho Fifty-ninth
congross was brought to a close shortly
after noon today. Tho last few hours
wcro tnmo by comparison with what
had been expected.
Extromo fatigue, duo to continued
night sessions in tho houso during tho
laet week, had a dampening effect upon
many congressmen and tho usual oxces
sivo "last day" enthusiasm was con
fined to loss than half the membership.
Vico President Fairbanks and Speak
er Cannon received tho thanks of the
minority for tho impartial manner in
which they had prosldod over the delib
erations of tho two houses, and both
nuulo snecches exiircssintr cratitudo at
tho words of appreciation.
A feature of tho houso session was
tho presentation of n club silver service
of 300 pieces to General Grosvenor by
his colleagues of tho Fifty-ninth con
gress. In addition to tho songs and
stories that usually mark tho closo of a
session, the entiro houso of representa
tives waved flags and sang "My coun
try, 'tie of theo" as tho gavol foil ut
12:15 P.M. In the senate tho last of
tho proceedings was a speech by Vico
Sunday, March 3.
Washington March 3. Beginning at
11 o'clock today, by far the largest part
of tho session of the eenato was devoted
to a filibuster by tho Democrat sonators
against the ship subsidy bill as it pass
ed tho houso, and when the sonato ad
journed a few minutes before midnight
tho bill was still pending.
Washington, Match 3. Moro than
an hour was spent by tho house in ob
taining a quorum today, but when tho
necessary number was secured, business
proceeded as usual. A greater part of
NO ACTION ON CHINESE LABOR
Government Releases Bidders From
Obligations Under Bids.
Washington. March 8. Frederick.
Morso, of tho American-China com
pany, and Julian Rubens, who have
submitted proposals to the Isthmian
Canal commission to supply Chinese
laborers for tho canal work, havo nil
lrftMfd an innuirv to Secretary Tuft as
to tho decision of the dciNtrlinent upon jThut
thoir bids, which havo been pending
since last fall.
Action has boon deferred on these
bids bccmiBo the administration was
not certain that the work would bo
dono by contract or continuo under gov
ernment management. Meanwhile tho
inpatient ana iur.
President's Proclamation Bonanza for
Scaltlo, Wash., March 0. In tho
belief that to omito moro forest re
serves iii (ho statu of Washington would
bo to prevent timber on tho public do
main from falling into the bunds of tlto
timber and lumber barons of the coun
try, President Roosevelt signed a pro
clamation adding 4,201,000 acres of
tlmbor land to the reserves already cre
ated In tho Htato. By so dolnc, how
ever, tho president gave to tho Woyor
haouser Timber company nnd to othor
rich corporations absolutely undisputed
sovereignty over hoiiio of tho richest
and most valuable lands In tho statu.
the president was uninformed
when he niudo what Is undoubtedly one
of his most romurkublo ordotH is shown
by tliu fact that ho has placed in tho
hands of ihe timber barons a power
they never dreamed of having.
Tlio Weyoihuuusor and othor big tim
ber land owning coriMinillons oitlu r
now lmvu the ownurchlpof all tho lands
win UMBER L
.... . a,co fl6ryp
Wholesale Before TM ute.
NEW RESFRVK I HI linn
Add. Nearly 0,000,000 Acr...
tlonal Foro.t. of o,. .,0
'"Bion and id,h0.
Kilng tho aurlm.i...... T. 'rlr
(minium Unh.i .i villi n
. . M"IC11U
hidiloM 1 avo becomo
Morse called on Mr. Tuft today, with 1 surrounding tho reserves just created
tho result t'int they went to the White or will soon havo the in. Under such
Houso and discussed tho matter with circumstances, tho Umber bnron could
tho president. Later tho following 0J? ()ff Up to tho reserves, constructing
statement was glvon out at mo war
"In view of tho changes which have
taken place in tho management on tho
Isthmus, tho persons making hid-) for
Chinese labor, which havo long been
pending, have been notified that no
action will bo taken in respect to them;
that thoy are released fiom any obliga
tions under thoir bids, and that, if oc
casion should ariso for a ronowal of
bids for Chlneso labor, they would bo
STUDY COAST DEFENST.
railroads which would bo paid for
of tho profits of tho lower country.
Under tho forest reserve act tho uov
eminent can soil tlmbor to those who
wish to buy and who havo tho prleu.
Tho small loguor, owning no timber
lands reaching to tho rcHervesnnd with
out means of transportation of any
kind, will Ihj absolutely and effectually
barred from bidding for tho govern
ment timber. Only tho timber baron
and tho logging magiialu could apply to
LIKE HIS PREDECESSORS.
Absonco of Many Rogulars Prevonts
Washington, Mutch 7. AssiMnnt
Secretary Oliver has notified the govern
or of tho various states and territories
ulileh liuvn mi organized militia, fotCO
Mmt St. hns hom. found necessary to omit a practice of keeping prvato letter press
IV & UlJ W lt fmt V. IS V j i - lit . . m . -
tho day's session was given to consider- for this year tho contemplated annual , copyixxics anil mat tney nuo an uhcm
ation of conference reports. Of th0 a ' brigade and division encampments for .their discretion as to what should and
Senators Defend Hermann Fultonand
Washington, March 0. It doveloped
in the trial of ilinger Hermann yes
terday that government olllcialc make
partial report on the LaFolletto railroad
bill were accepted and tho sundry civil,
pension and general deficiency appro
priation bills were agreed to in full.
By an almost unnnimous vote the house
agreed to stand by its measuro regulat
ing employment of railway telegraph
ers to nine hours.
Saturday, March 2
Washington, March 2. The house
devoted most of its time today to con-1 vtinrml Guard of
tho instruction of tho infantry,
and field artillery of tho regular army,
as many posts will bo dopleted by reus,
on of tho absence of nlwtit (5,000 troops
in Cuba, a considerable number at the
Jamestown exposition and tho move
ment of a large portion of tho army to
In lieu thereof camps of instruction
for the coast artillery will bo establish
ed during the season of 11)07, and tho
tho various states
what should not go into their private
boiks. It was shown that it has like
wise been discretionary with olllcialu to
take their private Ihxikh with them
upon retirement or leave them behind,
as they saw fit. Senator Teller, of Col
orado, who was secretary of the Interior
und'.'r President Arthur, testified that
he copied in his privato letter books
many letters relating to matters be
fore his department, and, when ho re
tired, he took tho hooks with him nnd
sidering the eenato amendments to tho (nntimintis thereto will be invited to ! no question was over raised lis to tho
sundry civil and agricultural appropri
ation bills. The senate amendments
to tho sundry civil bill directing tho
department of Commerce and Labor to jfsue,i to the governors of tho seaboard
take part in tho development of tho
probler..s involved in tho defoiiM) of tho
sea coast. Invitations will shortly be
make an investigation of the industrial
conditions of female and child labor,
relating to a further examination of
black sands, appropriating $125,000
for tho trnsportation of silver dollars
wero disagreed to and a furthor confer
ence ordered. Tho night session lusted
states interested, specifying in detail
ptopriety of his action
Senntot Carter, ot Montana, who was
land commissioner in President Harri
eo i's time, hud moro rigid ideas on the
subject, and left behind him all his
tho forces desired to carry out tho pro-' privato letter books that coontained let-
posed problems. Tho camps probably . tors relating to tliu lusincH oi Ills oince.
will be held in July and last from one
week to 10 days.
Washington, March 2. By a roll call
voteofG2tol, tho senate today in
structed its conferees upon the pension
annronriation bill to insist on retuinini!
the 18 pension agencies throuchout tho ceeueci
Kill Bill Amid Laughter.
Washington, March 4. IJevorldgo
called up in the senate today a bill
for the protection of game in Alaska.
Tho reading of tho measure was de
manded by Culbcreon and had pre)-
for five minutes when It was
country. The house abolished all ex
cept the one in Washington.
Tho senate today passed the deficien
cy appropriation bill Tho bill catries
slight Iv less than $10,740,000. It was
amended bv tho senate by tho inclusion ' amended," said Clapp.
of sovreal provisions aggregating $800,- ; protection to wooucnucKs,
000, among which is an item of $15,-
000 to reimburse Senator Smoot for his
fight to retain his scat.
REFORM IN POSTAL SERVICE.
suggested by Carter that it would be
impossible to get tho bill engrossed bo
fote noon, oven if it jHiBHed.
"I wish to call attention to tho fact
that tho bill must necessarily be
"It gives no
and thero is
1 no exception against tho penalty for
I tnnn ii'tirt llll .1iirl n.wl rtt.uii.ifk .iltt.tl.
...v.. M ... wuvno (.ill. jji(.ii iu Vliiurv-
ens in self-defense" The bill was
withdrawn amid luughler
CORRECT TO THE DOLLAR.
Illinois Prepares Attack.
Chicago, March 8. A special to the
Tribune from Washington says: Offi
cial steps have been taken by tho state
of Illinois to attack the validity of
132,000,000 in Alton railroad bond
issued by E. II. Harriman and his as
sociates when they reorganized the
Chicago & Alton Railroad company.
The Interstate Commerce commission
has received an application from W, II.
btr-ad, attorney general of tho state of
Illinois, asking for a complete trans
cript of all tho testimony taken by tho
Interstate Commerce commission.
Sorry Ship Subsidy Failed.
Buenos Ayres, March 8. General
'disappointment is expressed in coin-
respondent of the Telegraph says that, mercial and official circles over tho fail
as tliO result Of much innuirv, lie can Uro of tho American nnnirflH in iulnnt
conurm an cue accounts given ny tne tno bill providing subsidies for steam
Commission to Suggest Improvements
for Meyer to Execute.
Washington, March 0. President
Roosevelt today had a conference with
Postmaster General Meyer, and mem
bers of tho postal commihsion, includ
ing Senators Penrose and Carter and
Representatives Overstreet nnd Gard
ner of New Jersey The commission is
to make a thorough investigation of tho
methods of tlio administration em
ployed in the postal service, with tho
view to suggesting reforms and im
provementts that may bo for the better
ment of tho service. Tljero was u gen-! SniitSnns
oral exenango oi ideas between tlio
president and his callers regarding tho
Mr. Meyer believes that tho most
improved business metliods should bo
adopted in all branches of tho postal
service, with a view to its being en
tirely self-supporting, and that reforms
should bo put into effect wherever
there is any evidence of a want of sys
tem or laxity of methods.
Nominations Not Co' firmed.
Washington, March 4. When con
gress ended today, thero remained
about 1G0 nominations by the president
that had not been confinm-d. Of these
three were appointees as United States
attorneys and confirmation was object
ed to by senators from tho districts to
. which tho appointments woro made
(They were: William C. Bristol, for
the district of Oregon, opposed by Sen
ator ! niton; James D. Klliott, for tho
district of South Dakota, opposed by
senator Kittrelge. and O. 11. Hundley,
tor tno xsorthom district of Alabama
The remainder of the unconflimed nom-
Appoints Wickersham Again.
Washington, March . Tlio presi
dent today signed a recess appointment
lor jJistrlct Judgo James Wickorshain,
or Alaska. Tho judge is now serving
ins second term on tho lionch, hut his
nomination for that term baa not been
con tinned by tho soriuto. Charges
against him are being investigated by
mo uupurimoni oi juetico.
Havana Diarlo do la Marina of the al
legod bribery of tho United States sen
ate to declare war on Spain, Ho asserts
that oflicial proofs of tho story are now
in the national archives at Havana,
and ho says further that the amounts
paid to tho intermediaries in the plot
-was at least $0,000,000.
Raise Freight Rates on Coal.
Chicago, March 9. Tho coal carry
ing roads of llinois have decided to in
crease tho rates 10 cents a ton on all
coal mined in this state and in Indiana
and brought to Chicago for use. Tlio
increased rates will take effect April 1.
ers trading between the United States
and South America. In this connec
tion much sympathy is expressed for
Secretary Root, whoso efforta to
strengthen tho commeicial and friendly
relations between tho two Americas are
highly appreciated by tho public
Ballinger Takes Office.
Washington, March 0. Judgo Rich-
aru A. liauinger, ot wastungton, yes
terday succeeded Governor Willium A.
Richards of Wyoming as commissioner
of the general land office. After being
sworn in, Mr. Ballinger had an infor
mal conference with the bureau and di
vision chiefs. Judue Ballinger enters
upon his duties as commissioner co
incidentally with the entruncoof James
R. Garfield as secretary of the interior.
Secrotary Garfield and Judgo Ballinger
were classmates at college. J. II. Bal
linger, of Seattlo, is his secretary.
8quare Deal In Weighing Mail.
Washington, D. 0,, March 5. It
was announced toduy at the Postofiico
department that the following order
wus Issued by Postmaster General Cor-
tolyott on March 1: "That whenever
Now Rules for Private Postcards.
Washington, March 6. An order
has been issued providing now regula
tions governing privato postcards. Such
cards must bo made of an .mfnlflnil
piece of cardboard, not exceeding 3 O-lfl
by 5 0-10 inches, nor less than 2 by
A : 1 . ml ... . . .J
t nwnvo. nwy must in rorm and in
quality and weight of paper bo nub-
manually iiko tho government post
cards. They may bo, of any color, not
Interfering with a legible address and
postmark. Very thin sheets of paper
may be attached to them if thoy com
pletely adhero to the card.
Stevens Making Good Record.
Washington, March 0. Chlof ICngi
noer Stevens is trying to make a record
before ho turns tho Panama work over
to ids successor, Colonel Goothals, as
jsuviuonceet ity u cit h ern-urn (mm l.i...
the woight of mail is taken on railroad received by Secretary Tuft w
routeB performing servico cerfuin days I "In 23 working days in Vo
Removal Bill Is Signed.
Sacramento. Cul.. March 8 Govnr
noi a a a . - . . I
nor union inis moining signed tho routeB performing servico certain dayslMIn 23 workimr duvH
capital removal bill. Sacramento thus por week, tho whole number of days otvation in tho Culcbra cut wuh (1'IR
loses the seat of government of Cullfor-1 the malls uro weighed shall bo used as i 044 vards. On the samo lml ?!
ntii..i. . it m ij t it i . . . . ....
in , ttim.il Kuea ui nurKciuy. uovernor u divisor ior outaining mo aerago
Gillett was oxpecled to veto tho meas-1 woight per day." It is bollovod this
ure. Sacramento Is much aroused. I will be a fairer deal.
ii ... . -
moiiin would jmvo been 722,000 yards.
J.I1I1WU riiuuiii go consiuerub y
LExperU' Count of Mont-y Falls to Ac
count for Missing SI73,D0O.
Chicago, March fl. Any possibility
that the missing $173,000 from the
local suhtri-asury might have been mis
laid with tho currency on hand was
eliminated Unlay, when tliu four ex
pert from tho United States treasuty
at Washington counted the lust of the
paper money in tho vaults.
"It camo out to tlio dollar," wild
Snbtreasurei Boldenwick. Tomorrow
u count of tho gold and silver In tho
vault will lie begun.
One of the theories upon which tho
government authorities havo worked in
dustriously is the one that the money
was taken from Fitzgorald's cago by
some ill-advised practical joker among
tho eight or nine persons who hud ac
cess to tho department and who is now
afraid to confess. It has been learned
that on several previous eK-ciislons
money was taken from Fi t .go ru Id's cage
us a jest and returned later, aftor Fitz
gerald had worried sufficiently to satis-
iy tho practical joker.
Honduras Wins Victory.
Tegucigalpa, Honduras, .March 0
Tho army of Honduras is mobilizing
upon tho frontier undor the personal
command of President Bonilla, whoso
arrival at tho front lias Inspired tho
troops with enthusiasm for a series of
operations against Nicaragua. Tho
first fiuhting since February 18 occurred
uio evening of March 3. when General
Chamorro, a Nimniguan lender, who Is
sorvmg with tho Hoiidurniis, attacked
and defeated 400 Nicaruguun troops and
captured 60 prisoners. Tho Hoiidumns
loss was small.
Asks Czar to Build Ships In America
St. Petersburg, March 0. General
Batyanoff, formerly an officer in tho
navy, is trying to persuade tlio ornporor
wiat; hiihbiu HhoiiM have a squadron In
Far Kustorn waters at tho ourllest dob-
slblo moment, and is recommending
that tho projeeted warships bo built in
tho United Stutos and not in Kurono.
Tho general declares that tho Atnorican
shipbuilding yurds could turn out in
two years as many shins us Uuroncan
yurds could in five.
People Flee from Moving Mountain.
Nuples, March (1. Tho mountain in
tl province of Polonz, above Monte
inurro, which lor two ouvh mint has
been slipping down into tho valley,
seems to bo moving much mbtp slowly.
Tl. II. .1.1 l.. i i ii...
Aim uiKiiii oi me iniiumtunw, nowovoi,
continues, fearing a repetition of tho
terrible earthquuko of 1857, in which
300 persons lofct thoir lives.
8ulphur Yllow Is Proper 8hade.
Louden, March fl. Aeeordinir to
Drapor'h Record, sulnhur vollow. which
alroady has a voguo in Purls, will ho
tho prjpulur sbiido this year for botli
women's frocks and household da-orations.
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'uiwui, mm iui,wu io 1110 Allien.
serve in Jjouihwtfcterri Oregon.
j. ii iiiuiuuu uiu tiinoer land of
Const range the mel lent c.Mt.,1
i iiiumuoK reserve, cunui n nir RS
t ! PI 141 I 1 1 ft I AjiII ill.. BA A ... 1 1
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with nn area of 802,000 ncrn.
Hie tillouti and Chofnlmintu
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iy nil Kovorninciit land bchreen
present Washington nnd Rainier
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ed in Stevens county to contain 31
by 110,000 acres, and 7.10,000
uro added to the luiinier reserve.
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