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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1907)
lug. 10. Uoncral olhcora
legrnph companies said
't buaiucsa was moving to
io country and that no dif
Jjxporionced in handling
ronorod. President Clowrv.
f riko 18 ovor. Wo aro reeolv-
Witiona from Btrikers today.
wo filled up and cannot plnco
I OREGON STATE' ITEMS OF INTEREST I
PAY FOR HOP PICKERS, I SUCCESS Oh IRRIGATION.
iiuaociaicu rross ecrvico ie mov
of tho union still exnress eonft-
nu uony tliat any union opcrnt-
appuea tor ro-employment.
do Wires AVe Reopened.
Aug. 10. Tho telegraph
apponed their ofllces at tlio
fith coinpnmtively few
predicted that the
operators will not
tho employers and
rill not arbitmto
,.n have been
Largest Growers in Stato Will
SI. 10 Por Hundrod.
Portland Fifty-flvo conta n boxjia
the prieo that will bo paid for picking
hops in tho Willamette valley this full.
Kreba Bros., the largest growers In tho
state, annouueo that they will pf.y
$1.10 nor hundred for nicking on tholr
yards at Indcnondcuco and Hrooks.
Other growor8 have not nnncunced nny
fixed price, but us tho competition for
pickers is always strong, it is more
than probable that this price will have
to bo met in all the hop-growing see-
"Wo hovo decided to pay $1.10 per
hundred for picking our orop of hops,
paid Conrad Krebs. "Wo feel, notwith
standing the prospects of n low market,
that tho pickers aro entitled to a fair
remuneration for their services. High
wages aro boing paid for all kinds of
labor, consequently the price paid for
picking should bo in proportion. Fur
thermore, tho hoppickois have nothing
Tlioy did not
f. Small, pros
rtJiig issued a
, iinl operators
Jt cPt wtlier to do with tho mnrkot.
' , "v
. itlio local strike,
, aro much tho
wk the crisis of
;lo announces its
Hon well in hand
have lost. On
ral companies tied
,ph companies aro
patch their mes
i tho operators are
wn terms the pres
bf all lines of basi-
police by Manager
Western Onion, for
engers hired as
e asserts that atrik-
r boys interlere eer
nred to deliver tele
ire being quartered
ion office, cots hav
here, and after their
finished they sleep
'gin work again as
to. Tho strikebreak-
ibe well cared for and
receive any moro on a SO-cont market
whon the growers wero piling up a foi-
tuno, therefore they aro entitled to
good pay now regardless of tho market.
"Tho crop of the stato looks as well
as could bo expected. Thero is not
much foliage, which will make It very
profltablo for pickers. Wo have never
had a finer ctop than this year in our
BUTTER PRICES SOARING
Now 80 Cents a Roll, and Will Reach
$1 by End of Year.
Portland Butter is going to bo an
expensive luxury in tho Portland mar
ket in tho coming fall and winter. A
dollar a roll or more will befote long bo
tho price charged at the retail stores.
Tho price is now 80 cents, and during
the reraaindor of the year tho advance
is certain to bo stead v.
Butter prices are rising all over the
country. The consumption, taken as a
whole, exceeds the production, and for
this reason but little surplus butter has
been put into cold storage during tho
flush season in the biu butter centers of
the United States. Tho current mako,
until next spring, will have to satisfy
all requirement, and as tho produc
tion naturally lessens at this time of
year, tne natural result Is a nso in
Two weeks ago tho Portland market
was raised li1. cents, to 32K, cents n
pouno at wholesale. The ollicials of
tho Hazelwood Cream company, at its
lust meeting, decided on another 2
cent advance. As all tho city creamerv
J says he is feeding companies are running shorter than
S FROM CARTER.
iian Federal Building
jg. lo. as soon as
returned from his re-
fashington he dictated a
to local papers in regard
a site for the Federal
vhich he said: "Icon
faith has been shown
id privately, by my own
of the Manuka site
last month, tho now price will prob
ably bo general immediately. Last
year at this time tho highest wholesale
price of butter in Portland wus 32
cents, and tho 35-cent mark was not
reached until December 0. Two years
ago at this time butter was worth 30
cents, and the highest price in that
year was 32. cents wholesale.
the matter, I
?.o secure the
this I find that the offer
the Mahuka site, made to
ient of iirn Umm? not been car-
' tant Distrfpi- A V r9rumit l do not see how tho of i-
' t ?n ullCl A"0rneyraMirfJi51WihIr,n mn . with
that sfrPlher way than by accepting
rjjunon. whfch resulteri T fn u" J matter and only undertook
nent, tho state hn.US?- ? UPC" their Louest."
,.Wro r 2vi w"out ,. .'rm at Casa Blanca.
' 11 J. Zfmmpr u v,ce resi- ngier, Aug. 1G. Thero is still
ui uneaBiness here in tho matter of
" PsitlQ( n of tho Europeans in Moroc
p'. cc mfirmation of the report that
ar lenrv MaeLcan hnH hon rn
T r I mnaol 1 . . .
En?ifBhnnt, Vi l3r JkIac- ,m i t 3 e ootaineu. A courier
iiinnn ' . m "re serviro unu servai;
Ul AI nrrn . . on ... . . " ' J""
County Court Aide Fair.
Oregon City Permanent oreaniza
tion of tho Clackamas County Fair as
Bcciation i'b now complete and the pro
moteis oi tuo Bchemo lor an annua
county fair are encouraged by the ac
tion of tho county court, which has
a site is theSone selecled ofIere? to. appropriate f450as won as
ptative of th Treasury TT,V f??! Tt'
ht out here forthat pur- tut0 105 authorized county courts to
whiift in Wnph. wr,euu ouu a"nu""y mr auverusing
" ' ' l.ikn A . . . -. . J . 1 - .. 1. . .- 1 J 1 1 L 1
me uuumy, uuu ii m una iunu uiai ino
Fair association will utilize. Tho fair
will be held this year October 9, 10 und
11, on tho Chautauqua grounds.
Wondorful Progrois Belnre Mado
Bend Kxprcf&loua of sutprlso and
patlsfaotlon wore frecpiontly ut toted by
tlio Guvoinor and other momburs of tho
jMirty (hut eamo to Bond recently for
tho purpose of Investigating tho condi
tion of tho reclamation projects that
lmvo been started In this vicinity.
While tho representatives of tho Btato
and tho government havo not yet given
attention to the details of tholr task,
and aro not in a position to express an
opinion which will indicate their final
conclusions, they freoly voiced tholr
pleasure over the rapid progress that
has boon mado in agriculture in tho
Three years ago, whon tlio stato land
l)0)i rd mndo ltd first visit of inspection
to tho Doichutea project, there was not
an irrigated field within tho limit of
cither of tho immoneo tracts set apart
for reclamation. Tho party that cnuio
to Bend passed dozous of irrigated
fields, whore settlors havo transformec
sago brush plains into Holds of alfalfa,
wheat, outs, corn, potatoes and garden
vegetables. Tlio view ot these many
thrifty, growing crops was n practical
demonstration of tho success ot iirigit
tion on tno uoecnutca, lor Holds wero
seen whero two crops of alfalfa, aggro
gating threo tona to tho acre, wero cut
on land seeded down last season, and
whoro fully matured wheat of fl rt clans
quality has been harvested long before
tho frost season has arrived.
Threo years ago thero was scarcely a
settler's cabin on tho wholo 1-10,000
acres which tho Deschutes comnunv
had undertaken to reclaim. Today
thero aro 250 families residing on tho
farm lands, 120,000 acres are greon
with growing crops, many moro fami
lies havo applied for lands and will
como hero to make homes when water
has been supplied and Boveral thousand
acres havo been cleared and plowed
mis year reauy ror production of crops
Test New Prison Dogs.
.Salom Tho youngest two of tho trio
of thoroughbred bloodhounds recently
added to tho stato ponitentiary equip
ment wore givon n practical tent by
warden Curtis, and thoy worked fully
up to tho guarantee and the expecta
tions of tho prison ofiicluls.
Two trusty convicts wero turned out,
one at a time, und each resoited to all
the tricks known and practiced by fugi
tives to evndo man-hunting doge, such
as back-tracking, wading through
streams, climbing trees, and each was
given an hour start, but tho dogs,
which wore lashed together, followed
the scent unfailingly and treed both
men in short ordor.
LUMBERMEN HIT AGAIN.
i m m m
Increase In Loading Requirements Aro
Sonttlo, Aug. 1 I, IjinnhoriiH'ii
woro notified that tho Central
Frwlght AHHoclatlon, controlling traf
fic of Chicago, luiH advanced tlio min
imum Inudlnir runulrnniontH on lum
ber and HhlngloH from 4,000 to 0,000
a cur. thu ndvnnco donondluK upon
tin. iiiik li.lii.llm Mo ii.lliullllll-llt Iflll IH I
fc A I II II LI 1 IIU hllllto V f I I IJ (1v I I
now to tuoir tun visible enpucuy.
Tho effect Id a uhnrn advance In
rntos and will drlvo Pacific Coast
lumber und shlnulou out of tlio ter
ritory east of Chicago unless thoy
aro hnndlod by tho JBthmlnn roiitu or
around tho Horn.
Hovoral moutlni ago certain Want
on linos attomptod to advanco ruten
J to 5 cents a hundrod douiuIh, but
tho advanco yuh withdrawn. A later Chicago, Aug. 17. Dcspllo tho IB.
oruor wiih ovon moro uramic. "- unco oi ino gouorni strlkoon or hv lrA.
Iw. .....I .!.. ..1.x ....... ...I.,lt,,,iu nil til. I I I.I 1 Li II .1 1. ,1 . 'U,'V TVJ.
nvi null nimifeiu iinoui huiwiio I HUHII PIIIIUI IIIP HHUailOIl 111 tll H I'llu
onttro coast aro preparing to fight WIIH nol materially ohnniftd vn.i,.hi,
tho proposed increase in rateti irom mi ii.,, ,,. . ,r ; ,. "-.
Pacific Coast nolnta. and stops woro lA,' n. .. 1 )...W.cro. '"W.. to
foronco In Sltuailon.
''aptive Not Released.
r' U5' lc " has
mac Uald Sir
-lnor 7 u"u has veaw
.V L nri2' ?,aa not been Wanca h
iritTsJiLaSiiSm." y rePorted.
accepted fmuisli-i?A .ng terms
vo MacLoan jSwE?euto
efs iff no Ufuea
yewld do bo., Jod, Sl
Get Thr V&CW oi
Ufe'. lO.-tTii- ..... bfrnM
on tho tr
.jre and say that it i'b believed
V of the bombardment of Casa
is made a very bad impression
ubesmen and cauBed tho buh-
,'of the negotiationB for Mac
.deaso. Tho tribesmen are fu-
finst all Christians.
"Wl. luiinvv or
t that ho could
4"isent Visit of Haywood,
t go, Aug. 10. Willium D.
ial toioii.n..i.' addi
, rtlnnd ye, ,.werk a ?mpl,a
Ilcobroakem m.. - l".woIty of. "oard
'rs woro a-rtimVd Attm
eaiorn Union 6mon "t!?1
hiio tno thirAtyjmtmhn
v'iuries ,r--- - -
Astoria, was n&T' r. JM
CO Of f lin no... i ....
of these addlt'o
j" una tno Po
esday. I "b in
ess. ( to
- Socrot n fv I Yet
"Us morn, err
---..wv. uuinrn . ii.,t
rj3cretary oi tho Western Federa
v Miners, visited tho Chicago
ub today und somo of the mem
; much wrought up about it. An
jic protest, addressed to tho
)f directors, was prepared at onco
vitiated for signatures. A vote
isuro js asked for the members
-rought JIaywpod into the club,
fill bo considered at tho board's
,ng Friday night.
jlneso Dowager Will Abdicate
;idon, Aug. 10. Dispatches from
Jhui statu that tho dowuger om
ff lias announced hor determination
abdicate at tlie next Chinese Now
'ir and hand ovor authority to tho
fperor. Binco 1898, whon the dow
ser took control from tlio emperor,
ifio has vigorously kept him in subjoc-
Moving Pears to New York.
branta Pass Ail day IonK teams
from tho various members of tho Fruit
Growers' union may be seen fcteadily
niing into town with IJartlett peare
where thoy aro unloaded at the wuro
house and repacked into small boxes
with the union label upon each. Tho
first car from Eogue river valloy, load
ed with fruit, haa left hero on tho
through freight for Now York. The
pear crop is not bo largo as lust year,
but the grade is superior to any, ami
nas been brought to a good standard in
Albany Grants Gas Franchise.
Albany By an ordinance passed by
tne city council a franchise lias been
ranted to James Steol to erect und
maintain a gas lighting plant in this
city. According to tho provisions of
tlio franchise, construction work on tho
gas plant is to commenco within threo
months, and tho plant is to bo in oper
ation within a year. Tho price of gaa
is fixed at 76 conts per thousand feet.
All municipal buildings -will bo lighted
Heavy Fleece From Yearling.
McMinnvillo G. W. Keen, llvlntr a
mile southwest of this city, scorns to bo
n tho lead thus far for tho heaviest
fleece from ono sheep. Tho animal is
yearling, and yiolded 28 pounds.
while a full sister, 2 years old. pro
duced 22 pounds. Mr. Keen sold tho
clip for 22 conts a pound, and tho
two fleeces netted him $11.20.
More Lights at Stations.
Salem Iho railroad commission Is
n recoipt of a communication from
Goneral Manager O'Brien, of tho 0. R.
& N., stating that tho roquogt of tlio
commission for additional lights upon
tlio platforms of tlio dopota at Pendle
ton and f feppnor Junction will bo com
Build Roads for tho County.
Pendleton Frank Balcom, a young
man of this city who waa arrested on u
warrant charging him with failing to
support his wife und baby, was arraign
ed before Judge Gilliland and entered
a plei of guilty and was sentenced to
seno ono year in tlio county jail, thiB
b ing the maximum punishment
V bile corving out the eentenro ho will
IIUIIIVII, Kllll mvj.n "v.. v ..1,11,., .....PA l,.,,l.. ..! II , ..
...I a I 1.-1.. !.... II. i.v.M iiiiuiuy uui, IL WIIH llllllm.
iiiKuii iu miuiu u ligm iiKiuiioi. liiu , . ,, ,.in..i ,
now minimum loading rules, colncl- TV0 11,0 ' Phln. ol U, on that tl10
dont with tho struggle against tho Pmur ",J imruiyno a nunitiot ol hrok.
... .. niniiui ntlil iiiiimti LuUh I.-... I
western linos. wiminum nuunen. mi no
Auldo from tlm California Rod- mniiuouiu suikuh woro reporlcil.
wood Association, which Is not yot Moth tho Postal and Wostoin Union in.
pledged to rnlso a dofonso fund tho crcaied forcca on tho board. TIiov1k.ii
1 I .. . . ,. ........ I.. . .. , i. ,. .. . . V ,,'ll
uiiiiuuriiiuu oi ino coiihi iinvu in niK"i reporieu mo Hiiuiuion its stead v im
u $l!G0,000 dofonso fund, BulficUmt to ,,ri.ving and occasional appllciillorm
loading ruloH, nu
tnat. Tlio nliilm
- w ........ ... " "J I M-imu unHllli.A ....... ...... I. ...1 . .
that HhlnmontH aro mndo by ' """" ". . ""inDcr
tllfl ntitl fltttf rltn f t vi t ml I till-
oi iowiih on tno Wont, North und Hmitl.
cannot apply tho now loading chII recolved n full rqortyetenliiy.
ot against tho now froni tho strikers for tholr old UltlJ
r muXrh roS!: Th0 ""luovomont in tho LvlZi
. '"t i t i v I'resH service was marked. A number
CALL ALL MEN OUT.
Evory Union Operator In tho Country
Will bo Ordorod to Quit.
Chicago, Aug. H. Kxecutlro
board Tologrnphors' Union oxpectod
to call out all operators today.
Associated ProsH wires aro work
ing out of Now York nnd Chicago,
but communication to Pacific Coast
Ib obtained only at brief Intervals.
'.'olograph companion nnd strikers
both optimistic us to results.
Commissioner Nol 1 1 oxpectod to
confer with oxccutlvo oIllcorH of
union today regarding proposals for
Sccrotnry Quick, of Railway Tele
graphers, losuos Important order to
Wesley Russell, sccrotnry of tho
Commercial Telegraphers' Union.
"All members of tho oxecutlvo
board havo arrived horo with tho ex
ception of President Small who
wired his sanction to any atop wo
might tnko in tho direction of cnlllnu
a general Btrlke. Tho oxecutlvo board
ih consiuonng mo question, in my
opinion, ny nlglit tlio 2G.O00 onera
tors in tlio United .States and Can
nda who bolong to tho union will bo
Union mon aro assuring tho ntrlk
ors who crowd hendqunrtors that If
thoy remain out tho companies will
bo forcod to moot tholr domandii.
OIL CHEAPER IN EUROPE.
.. ...i 1 1... i I . .. i
unit uiu vtmiimi ui iiewtl liunuicil wim
much greater than at any tlmo ulnce
tho walkout on Monday night,
llo ollioIalH of tho Tideurnnlifn
union Into yesterday changed front on
tlio proHiltion to arbitmto nnd an
nouneod that thoy would accent tho
olllces of tho general IxMird of arbltrnt-
ors cf tho AmorUnu Federation of I n.
lor In settling their differences with
tho companion. This board consist of
John Mltcholl, cf tho .Mine Worker;
I'nniol J. Kvofo. of tho l-otiKHhorcinen.
and President Hauiuol Goinperri. Goui
pers made tuo abovo auiioiincoinunt.
Sonttlo Wires Ctoarad,
Spittle, Aug. 17 Siiporliitemlcnt
It. T. Iteld, of tho Westorn Union, to
night wont to Hoi I Ingham to appoint
Kdwurd i'urland, of Dallas, Tux,, umn-
ngor of tho Hollingham olllco, to succeed
Manager Tucker, who went out with
Tho Pontal comfjnny says buslnesa
has fallen off moro than f0 per rent,
but that with woven day operators in
tho plaot of 12, they aro handling ul t
tho btiHinexH accepted. Both olllces nay
lens than half the usual volume of bits
Iness Is now offonxl, but both comitn-
le claim to be kevping up fairly well.
ospoclnlly to Piiclllc coat jmints.
buperlntondcnt Reld, of tho West
ern union, fityu tronblo on tho const
lines Is In Cow Creek canyon, Oregon
where railroad operators opon tho cir
cuits. Ruid lias PiukortoiiH out pa
trolling all railroad lines In Hx-clal en
gines to ltjcato breukH in Iho Northwest.
Ho culd tonight ho would prom-iitc
railroad oxmitorH who prevent rc-open-
lng oi lines by grounding the wire.
Monopoly Makos Homo Consumers
Pa More Than Forolgn.
Washington, Aug, 1 I. Further
startling disclosures of tho manipu
lation ana control of tho notroloum
industry by tlio Standnrd 0 1 morion
oly aro mado In tho report of Her
oeri Knox smith. Commissioner of
Corporations. Discriminations In
prlcos nro exposed In tho
which charges that In tho baslnetm companion aro orcnnizlnir tholr forcea
of soiling petroleum products In for- for a finish fight. There woro two do
BOTH SIDES FIRM.
Strlkors and Compnntos In Fkht to
Finish at Portland.
Portland, Aug. 17. IxnIly, tho
ronort striking telegraphers and Iho telegraph
bo worked on tho roads and tho county 'Bn countries tho prtco policy of tho fectlons from tho union yesterday.
win pay ins wife at tlio rato of S1.00 "ia"" " u --ompuny nas neon to otherwise tho Hituatlon
por day fcr hia services.
Wheat Club, 80c;
valloy, 80c; rod, 78c.
Oats No. 1 whito,
Barley Feed, 21.5022
brewing, nominal; rolleJ,
Corn Whole, 28; cracked, 120 per
Hay Valley timothy, No. 1, $17
18 per ton; Eastern Oregon timothy,
2123; clover, $0; choat, $910;
grain hay, I)10; alfalfa, $1314
Butter Funcy creamery, 27;30c
Poultry A vorago old hons, 12U
ISc per pound; mixed chickens. 12lo;
spring chickens, 1510c; old rooster's,
80c; dressed chickens, 1617c; tur
keys, livo, 1216c; turkoys, dressed,
choice, nominal; goeao, livo, 8llc;
Eggs French ranch, candlod, 22
23c per dozen.
Fruits Cherries, 812c a pound;
apples, ?1.502.25 por box; Bpitzen
bergs, 3.50 por box; cantaloupes,
$2.503.60 por crato; peaches, 00c
$1.25 per crate; raspberries, $1.25
1.50 por crato; blackberries, 57c
per pound; loganberries, 1 per cruto;
apricots, fl,G02 per crate.
vogetables furnlpa, ?1.75 per sack;
carrots, $2 por sack; beots, $2 por
sack; asparagus, 10c por pound; beans,
35o per pound; cabbago, 2jc per
pound; celory, fl.25 por dozen; corn,
535c por dozen; cucumbors, 50c$
per lx; lottuco, hoad, 25o por dozen;
onions, 1620c por dozen; peas, 45c
per pound; radishes, 20o per dozen ;
tomatoes, flQiylt20 per cruto.
l2c por pound.
rM(&8)4c por pound,
bulls, 3 4o per
0X; country steers,
sacrifice tlio interests of tho Amerl-
t-uu wuuuiiiLT lor ino purposo or ho-
curing tlio Standard's forolgn busi
'I lio llgurcs show a very romnrk-
ablo oxcobs In tho Arnorlcnn prlco
noovo mo loroign prlcos. part cu nr.
ly during tho latter half of 1904 and
8 tho first half of 1905.
UIIA. t . I . . . ir.ni . .
iiniur nu u ui luuj mo nrico aver-
ngod for tho Unltod States 10.3 conts
as contrasted with C.92 conta In Oor-
many, 0.4 2 contB In tho United
Kingdom nnd 0.49 contH In Den
mark. Tho oxcobb of tho domestic
prlco, after allowing 1 cent for dlf-
roronco in quality, ranuod at that
tlmo from 2.38 conts to 2,88 conts.
uurniK uiu jirsi nair or iyur tno ex
traordinary dccllno In tho prices In
tho United Kingdom Incronsod tho
ofTectlvo margin botwoon tho domou-
tic price and tho price in that coun
try to 3.17 centti.
Across Africa In Auto.
Dorlln, Aug. 14. DIspntchoB from
Dar Es Balaam, Gorman Enst Africa,
state that Lieutenant Grnotz, of tho
Prussian army, stnrtod from thoro
Saturday on nn attempt to cross AT
rica in nn nutomoniio. lio purposes
in t-l.ln Mtrniti.lt nA.mnti l.ouf A f..l.n
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MrlllHfl CJontml Afrwi. T) ini nn In mi, "" ruinoi in uiu ni. uw um-
Gorman South wont Afrlrn. in Rwnif. I trict of Idaho. Fred Miller, ono of Iho-
ophamund, occupying about six idtornoys In tho Haywood cuho.Iiiih hoert
weeks on tho Journey, If all kooh i Wallace, his object being to consult-
well. Jlo has a specially built 4 6- with Adiima about li s fort hcom ntr
horso-powor car, with Immonsoly trial. It Is said that Adams readily
iiwivy wjnMjiH, lour icoi in uiamoior, solc-ctod Darrow in proforenco to Jtlch
remains unchanged, and tho sending
and receiving of tologrums continuoa
seriously Interrupted. The ls6uunco of
a gonorul strike order by National Pres
ident hrniill, of thu Commercial lolo
graphers' union, has served only to
magnify tho seriousness of tho situation
outside of Portland, since operators who-
had before hesitated to join tho rank
of their striking UHSociutcs cheerfully
left tho koys ycatorday. The result wim.
to moro complotely purulyzu tho tolo
graphic buslricHS of tho country.
It wns expected that a crisis might
bo ronched yesterday, but the possibili
ty of a settlement aeoms oven farther
romoved. No sooner bad tho order for
u general strike been icsuod by Presi
dent Small than tho Western Union
ofliciuh Issued instructions to all local
managers to rofuso to reinstate any
more of tho striking telegraphers.
Adams Chooses Darrow.
Spokauo, Wash., Aug. 17. Accord
ing to reports from Wallace, Stevo Ad
ams has chosen Clarouco Darrow In
preference to Richardson to defend hint
whon his trial comes up at Walluca
shortly upon tlio charge of murdering
Fred Tyler, a settlor
with maBBlvo tiros.
Jury In Record Tlmo.
San Francisco, Aug. 14 All snood
rocordii in tho bribery grnft proceed
ings woro broken whon a Jury wiih
complotod within bIx hours for tho
socond trial of Vice Prosldont nnd
Live Over Yo Oldon Days.
Los Angoles, Aug, 17. Living again
In tho days of tho early padres, whero
tho wild surroundings of a simple In-
dlun illago gavo no suggestion of tho
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Oonoral Munagor Louis GIubh, of tho j"hUIK city. which wus In a fow yonw
pound; cows, Ort;
1022o por pounul
age; valloy, 202
lanoy, 8Gro per
7c; spring iambs,
08o per pound.
per pound, according
Pacific States Tolophnno Cotnnany.
charged with tho bribery of Super
visor Thomas F. Louorgan. In all
only 28 tiiloiunori woro oxumlnnd. Tho
prosecution usod but puo of Its fivo
proomptory ohallongoH and tho do
fonso uBod only bIx of Itn 10.
Oregon, avorago bout,
ps, according to flno-
w"r" TriKps for Casa Blanca,
Tanglor, Aug. 14.--Additional
troops arrived at Casa Ulanca today.
Throo hundrod Spanish troops nallod
from Cadiz to Ciibu Blanca. Tho
Spanish crulsor, Rio do la Plata, has
roachod Casa Ulancn, whom sanitary
condltlonti huvo boon greatly Im
to supplant it, parlshiouors of tho
Church of Our Lady of tho Angeles 1)1-
vino, today celebrated tho founding of
Im Angoles, and Incidentally tho estab
lishment of tholr historic house of wor
ship. Tho day begun with a cannon,
in lu to fired by Gonorul Joso Agullar,
Man Missing, 8o Is $13,000.
Omalia, Aug. 17, Thoodoro OIhoiu
ox-Danish vico consul hero, und onco
kilty comptroller of Omaha, Is missing.
fit Is alleged ills accounts with tho Dan
ish government aro abort $13,000, on
account of estates ho hundlod us trustoo
neBs; mohair cho
ce, 2030o a pound.
for tho government of Denmark.