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About The Madras pioneer. (Madras, Crook County, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1910)
OF THE WEEK
GLASS TRUST PROBED.
Imporlal Company Is Said to Control
33 Factories- in Elcvon States.
Pittsburg, April 2.- It was learned
tonight that after three months' inves
tigation, Federal officers aro ready to
(INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
PROGRESS OF OUR HOME STATE
'EXTEND PORTAGE ROAD. I HOLD WATERWAYS CONVENTION
T . f ii tit u j. t . ligation, rcaerai omcers nro reaay to
UOingS 01 tlie VYOna at Large present to a special grand jury here
Told in Brief.
Goneral Resumo of Important Events
Presented In Condonsod Form
for Our Busy Readers.
Admiral Fournier of Franco predicts
war between the United States and
A Seattle woman is believed to have
poisoned nearly 50 valuable dogs in
iMnchot retuses to say whether or
not he was summoned to meet Roose
velt in Eruopes
Nat Goodwin, the noted actor, has
purchased a ranch of 869 acres near
San Jacinto., Cal., for $54,000.
President Taft says the policy of re
turning men to congress for successive
terms makes the East more powerful
in that body.
The French government is conduct
ing extensive experiments in aviation
and is considering the appropriation
of at least $4,000,000 for aeronautics.
More than 3,000 white ana negro
men, women and children, employed
in the American Tobacco company's
stemmeries in Louisville, Ky., have
struck for higher wages.
Three hundred thousand coal miners
in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illin
ois, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Okalohoma
and Arkansas have quit work, pending
settlement of a new wage scale.
The department of agriculture has
forbidden the feeding, or "floating,
of oysters m brackish water, previous
to sending them to market, believing
it a fruitful source of typhoid infec
The Young Egyptian company has
published a protest against Colonel
Roosevelt's speech at Cairo, declaring
that his remarks were offensive to the
whole nation and were made only with
the object of pleasing his official hosts.
The fiercest tornado in years, accom
panied by heavy snow, has caused im
mense damage and loss of life in South
ern Austria. A passenger tram was
blown off the rails near Auggie, and
rolled down an embankment, killing
four persons and injuring 18.
Demanding the privilege of partici
pating in the next state election and
all others to follow, repersentatives of
the Votes for Women club of Californ
ia have made a formal request upon
the local registrar of voters that their
names be enrolled upon the great reg
next Monday evidenco that the Imper
ial Window Glass company is a trust in
violation of the Sherman act.
The corporation formed under the
laws of West Virginia, is said to con
trol 83 largo window glass factories in
11 different states.
The company has offices in Illinios,
Indiana, Kansas, Massachusetts, Mich
igan, North Carolina, New York, Ohio,
Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Many
prominent glass manufacturers from
these states are said to have been
served with subpoenas to appear before
the grand jury as witnesses
United States District Attorney Jor
dan said tonight
"Thq investigation of the Imperial
Window Glass company has been under
way for 90 days, and agents of the de
partment of justice have visited every
one of'the 33 plan.s operated under the
charter of the company.
ihe company was incorporated in
West Virginia early this year, and its
alleged control of the window glass
business is to be investigated with in
tent to show that it is a monopoly in
restraint of trade.
ihe imeprial Window Ulass com
pany is a holding organization, the
manufacturers pooling their output and
selling through the company exclusive
ly. Prices have been compared with
those of the American Window Glass
company and there is but slight differ
JAPANESE SPIES MAY
NOT BE PUNISHED.
Washington, April 2. The War de
partment has turned over to the local
Philippine government the prosecution
of the two Japanese alleged to have
been engaged in securing plans for the
fortifications of Corregidor, Manila
harbor, through the bribery of Joseph
G. Saxe, an American soldier.
This has been done in the hope that
the local attorneys in Manila may be
able to find some section that will
serve to bring about punishment of the
offenders, whom the United States
code does not touch.
It is quite evident, however, that
the charge of bribery will not hold, as
the Supreme court has ruled that the
bribe must be offered to an official.
Of course, Private Saxe can and prob
ably will be tried by military court
martial, but it does not seem probable
that there will be any way of punish
ing the Japanese if found guilty.
State Commission Arranges to
nanco Project at Tho Dallos.
The Dalles Work will be commonc
ed on tho construction of tho extension
of tho state portage road from Big
Eddy to The Dalles as soon as tho
contract can bo signed up and tho con
tractors got their plant on the cround.
Judgo W. J. Marriner, member of tho
state portage commission, and Mr.
Newell, of tho enignecring firm of
Newell, Clossott & Walsh, who at tho
suggestion of tho commission has dono
tho engineering work on tho extension,
had a meeting fwith tho city council
and arrangements were made that in
sures the Bpeedy completion of the
It was explained by Mr. Newell and
Judge Marriner that tho cost of tho ex
tension would bo about $70,000, and
that only $60,000 of the appropriation
made by the last legislature is avail
able. Therefore the. commission would
be short about $10,000. This state of
affairs was anticipated by the city
council some time ago, and an ordin
ance was passed authorizing the sale
of $10,000 bonds, tho money to be ex
pended in building bulkheads at tho
lower terminus of the portage road and
the inclines leading to it.
Tho extension of the portage to be
built commences at Big Eddy, some
three miles above The Dalles, and
reaches navigable water and a safe
harbor at the foot of Washington
street. At the terminus will bo bulk
heads on which freights may be con
venientiy transierrea irom river
steamers to wharf boats or onto cars
tnat may De run in on the incline, or
may be discharged from cars directly
into the steamers.
The construction of this extension
will complete the connecting link of
river transportation with the lower
river and the upper Columbia and
Snake rivers. Since the completion of
the state portage around the falls of
Celilo there has been a connection be
tween the upper and lower river, but it
has not been practicable to handle
heavy freight over this line, because
of the poor facilities for transferring
it from boats to the portage road at
the lower terminus.
POWER SITES ARE WITHDRAWN
Snow storms and buzzards are
sweeping the entire Rocky mountain
Senator Allds, of New York, is con
victed of bribe-talcing and resigns his
seat in congress.
.Coal miners of the East demand an
immediate increase in wages or
strike will follow.
ETThe Supreme court of California has
decided that oral betting is not illegal
under the Walker-Otis anti-betting
The English house of lords will not
give up their privilege of the veto pow
er and a fight is on with the Irish
party and the Laborites.
A United States attorney at.Tacoma
declares he is certain that smuggling
of Chinese is practiced continually by
trans-Pacific steamship lines.
A brilliant meteor struck the earth
in the neighborhood of Ravalli, Mon
tana, and the Indians on the Flathead
reservation are terror stricken.
Mrs. Joseph Jefferson, wife of the
noted actor, has been sued for $200,000
by James Mornssy for malicious prose
cution, false imprisonment and slan
Andrew Carnegie passed through
Trinidad,, Colo., en route East, where
he met a daughter of a boyhood friend
who gave him his first employment at
$2.50 a month as a weaver's assistant.
A 17-year-old boy and 15-year-old
girl eloped from San Diego, Cal., and
went to camp in the mountains. They
were heavily armed and beat off a
posse who went to capture them, but
finally surrendered at the pistol's point.
A seven-year-old boy in Denver, Bhot
and killed his four-year-old brother.
Representative McCredie delivered
quite an eulogy on Speaker Cannon.
A Chicago insurance man and soci
ety leader is under arrest for robbing a
Over 300 persons were killed in a
panic at tho burning of a dance hall
Associate Justice Brewer, of the
United States Supreme court died sud
denly of appoplexy.
The reported death of King Menelik,
of Abyssinia, is denied, but a regency
has been established.
Alexander J. Moody, a rich Chica
goan who died a month ago, is believed
to have been poisoned.
John Redmond is coming to the front
as a leader of the English Radicals.
Roosevelt shook hands with over 400
Americans during a reception in Cairo.,
Washington and Idaho Lands
held by Ballinger.
Washington, April 2. In aid of pro
posed legislation affecting the disposal
of waterpower sites on the public do
main, Secretary Ballinger today tem
porarily withdrew from all forms of
disposition 5,823 acres along the Lem
hi River, Idaho, and 4,175 acres along
the Columbia river in Washington.
Approximately 42,750 acres of land
in Montana was designated for settle
ment under the enlarged homestead
act. This land, it was said, was not
susceptible of successful irrigation at
a reasonable cost from any known
source oi water supply. This manes a
total of 28,888,240 acres in Montana
designed for settlement under the act.
The coal lands withdrawn from the
public domain, it was announced, in
clude large areas within unopened In
dian and military reservations. As"
such withdrawals are without effect,
Mr. Ballinger has cancelled them to
clear the record. These lands were
already withheld from entry because
they were within Indian or military
reserves, and their inclusion within
coal land withdrawals was a duplicate
oi tneir reservation. me total area
involved in the correction of the rec
ords was 811,354 acres, located in res
ervations in New Mexico, Colorado,
Utah, North Dakota, Washington and
Water for 73,000 Acres.
Salem At a meeting of the desert
land board recently State Engineer
Lewis and Attorney General Crawford
were authorized to enter into a con
tract with the Almoral-Evans company
for the reclamation of 73,000 acres of
arid lands in what is known
Powder River valley project,
iations have been pending for
since the first announcement
project was made.
The total cost of the project will be
$3,800,000. It is, in fact, two separ
ate projects comoined, and the segre
gation to be reclaimed, lies in Baker
county within easy access from the
main line of the Oregon Railway &
Navigation company. About 40,000
acres only is government land, the rest
being in private ownership. The work
will go ahead as soon as the necessary
withdrawals can be secured from the
The largest project includes a dam
in iniet valley liu leet high and a
concrete and solid rock distributing
canal nine miles long, with a carrying
capacity of 500 cubic feet of water per
second. The other division will bring
water through Creston hill by means of
a cement lined tunnel two miles long
from Balm creek. All the smaller
feed canals will be cement lined.
Willamotte Valley Dologatos to Moot
in Albany April 14.
Albany Tho improved waterway
convention which will bo held at Al
bany on April 14 for tho purpose of se
curing tho co-oporation of Willamotto
valley towns in organizing a syste
matic campoign for tho improvement
of tho Willamotto river, promises to
boar early fruit. Tho United States
government will be asked by tho con
veniton of all commercial bodies in the
valley to make a $3,000,000 appropria
tion for river improvements. Follow
ing tho action of the joint meeting of
tho Albany Business Men's association
and the Albany commercial club, held
hero recently, invitations to attend the
convention have been issued by the
commercial club to the following cities
and towns: Corvallis, Brownsville,
Canby, Dayton, Dallas, Estacada, Eu
gene, Harrisburg, Hillsboro, Indepen
dence, Jefferson, Junction City, Lafay-
ette. Lebanon, McMinnvillc, Mount
Angel, Newbcrg, North Yamhill, Ore
gon City, Salem, Scio, Sheridan,
Springfield, New Era, Stayton, Wil
lamette, GervaiB, Brooks, Turner, Hub
bard, Halsey, Aurora and Silverton.
Klamath Falls Depot Finished.
Klamath Falls The finishing touch
es have been put on the magnificicnt
depot erected by tho Southern company
in this city. No date for the formal
opening of the building has been an
nounced and will not be until word is
received from San Francisco.
When it was announced that the rail
road company had decided to erect in
this city a depot that would cost in
the neighborhood of $20,000 few peo
ple believed that that amount would be
invested in the structure.
But instead of a $20,000 structure
the company has given the city one
that will cost nearer $40,000, and one
that surpasses in elegance nnything of
its kind in the west The fact that
the Southern Pacific has seen fit to
give Klamath Falls such a fine building
is indicative of what that company ex
pects this city to be. The depot is the I
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lintel, UUU.UIUU Ul LHU IJUblllUII ItlllL
was sent to Chief Engineer Hood, ask
ing that this city be favored with what
the company expected Klamath Fulls
Realty Active at Elgin.
JMgin ine ioiiowmg deals were re
ported last week: David Lind to A
Hill, 11-acre orchard tract south of
Elgin for $3,500; S. M. Slough, one
half block in North Elgin to Walter
Bliss, of Portland: the Union Estate
company to S. M. Slough one and one
half blocks in North Elgin: Hackett
Lumber company, one block in Hind-
man's addition to L. Davis. Walter
Hill sold his 63-acre ranch and Mrs
Baker her 60-acre ranch.
QUICK ACTION OR STRIKE.
,....!..;.. nnnl Minors In East Will
,-, Fight for Ralso. -r.int.,nnM.
March 30. Only Immc'
diato increases in wages will provont n
broat industrial war,
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widespread strikes in the U m m.nuo
wllmr to action
by a special committee of tho United
Mint Workers hero lato today, follow
ing tho final disagreement and dissolu
tion of tho joint conforenco of tho cen
tral competitive field.
Tho terms projwscd by tho minors
for tho continuation of work after tho
expiration of tho present agreements
at midnight Thursday will admit of no
compromise bo far as wages aro con
corned. On other questions thoro is
room for agreement and tlio genoral
trend of opinion 1b that no lengthy sus
pension will bo tho result except in a
Tho most threatening aspect over
shadows Pennsylvania and Illinois sec
tions. Briefly, the miners demand that
Prices Blamed on Tariff.
Washington, April 2. Increases in
the price of olive oil and macaroni are
laid at the door of the Payne-Aldrich
tariff law by Wallace Pierce of Boston.
Pierce Baid the duty on paper was re
sponsible for an increase of half a cent
a pound in the price of macaroni, be
cause the macaroni was wrapped in paper.
In a similar way, olive oil was
higher on account of the duty on tins.
He testified that there had been a gen
eral upward tendency in the price of
groceries in the last ten years.
Storm in Texas Serious,
San Antonio, Texas, April 2. An
almost incessant rain for the last three
days has put the streams in this sec
tion of Texas on such a ramnmro as hns
j. n - '
been recorded in 20 years.
At Fnotown, southwest of here, the
Frio river drove a dozen families from
In Uvalde county, 1,200 goats per
ished from the cold and rain.
At Fort Davis and Maifa, two inches
of snow has fallen and fruit is killed.
Curtlss Firm Insolvent,
Buffalo, N. Y April 2. An invol
untary petition in bankruptcy was filed
here today against the Herring-Curtiss
company of Hammondsport, N. Y
manufacturers of flying machines.
Three creditors allege insolvency.
Glenn II. Curtiss. the aviator, is
vice-president and general manager of
Model Farm in Jackson County.
Medford The Oregon Good Roads
association has offered to build a model
road one mile long free in Jackson
county. The association asks only that
the county officials furnish the labor
necessary tor the building oi the road.
Colonel Frank Ray has offered to give
the crushed rock necessary for the
building of the road. The association
believes that by building a model road
its superiority and advantages will
make everyone a good roads advocate,
Warships for G. A. R. Encampment
Washington Senators Bourne and
Chamberlain have requested the secre
tary of the navy to send one or two
warships to Astoria for the twenty
ninth annual encampment of the G. A.
R. of Oregon, June 21 to 24, and have
been assured that the request will be
granted if possible. Definite action
will be delayed a few days to deter
mine whether the ships will be availa
ble at that time.
Addition to Madras Sold.
Madras The recently platted Bovce
addition to Madras was sold to W. H.
Taylor, of Spokane, and Max Luedde
man, of Portland, for $7,000. Thorn
is about 17 acres in the tract. The
Oregon Trunk line railway passes
through the land. The plat lies well
for warehouse and railway sidintr nur-
Will Build Two Hotels.
Klamath Falls Work is to be beeun
in the near future on a three-storv ho
tel in the Hot Springs addition. The
building permit for the structure has
been granted. This, together with the
$50,000 hotel planned by the Liver-
murtjH, win give ine city ample ac
comodation in the hotel line.
Si-nlor momlwrof the liouno committee on rule,
who will In all probability become chairman of
that committee, uccrllni tho recently dcJoI
"Uncle Jew" Cannon.
all operators agrco to pay increased
wages of 5 cents a ton on pick-mined
screen coal, with proportionate ad
vances for other methods of mining
and outside labor, as a prerequisite to
negotiations on the other question.
With the advance in pay assured, work
may be continued in the mines affected
pending solution of tho minor points,
provided the National executive board
of the union approves action to this
effect by district officers.
The National board is made the final
power so far as the union is concerned,
but it is expressly forbidden to modify
the wage demands.
Plenty of Water at Athena.
Athena Either because of the re
cent election or because of the abund
ant rainfall, the springs which supply
the city ot Uhena with water are
gushing forth with abundance. The big
reservoir is running over and tho sound
of the pump has ceased. The Athena
people are delighted to have abundance
of soft water.
Medford Raises $25,000.
Medford The $25,000 for tho Carter
Lake highway that was expected to bo
signed for this city has been subscribed
after the subscription paper was in cir
culation only two weeks. Now that
Medford has pledged $25,000 towards
the road's construction, people of tho
entire state will be asked to lend their
aid to the enterprise.
Many Trees for Hood River.
Hood River Several hundred thou
sand trees have already been shipped
into tho Hood River valley this season
on account of the inability of tho threo
local nurseries to supply the heavy demands.
Wheat Track prices:
$1.01(?gl.03; club, 9798c;
sian, 96c; valley, $1.
Barley Feed and brewing, $27(ffl
zv.bu per ton.
Corn Whole, $34;
Hay Track prices :
lamette valley, $20(?21 per ton; East
ern Oregon, $2324; alfalfa, $17.50(ffl
ih.ou; gram nay, $n(jnv.
Oats No. 1 white, $2930.
n 1- e a , A. n-
rreun iruna Annies, l.VbUUA nor
oox; pears, si.ducxm.yo; cranberries,
$owi,y per oarrei.
Ti i. x r i i i
xuLuioes mnoaa Duyincr nrices:
uregon bVQQbVc per hundred; sweet po
tatoeB, 3-3ic per pound.
viuuuu vruKun, ti.DUfr 1.75 ner
tr i. m t -
vuKumui lurnipa, xuau.Zb ner
sacK. ; rutaDagas, i(il.25; carrots,
85c(&$l; beets, $11.25; parsnips, 75
Butter City creamery, extras. 36c:
fancy outside creamery, 3436c; Btoro
20c. Butter fat prices average Uc ner
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pouna unaer regular butter prices.
bggs Fresh Oregon ranch,22i(?j23c.
Pork Fancy, 13(fM3ic per pound.
Veal Fancy, llj12ic per pound.
Lambs -Fancy, 1518c per pound.
Poultry Hens, 2021c: broilers. 27
(ajzac, uucks, Ttmi&v, geese, 2728c;
mrKeys, live, zzw&bc; dressed. 25rffi
29c; squabs, $5 per dozen.
Lattie -Best Bteers. $6.25ffl6.7K!
fair to good steers, $5.50fffi6: strlctlv
good cows, $5.50?fi6; fair to good, $5
5.25; light calves, $6(757; heavy
caives, $4 (() o; bulls, $3.60 4.25;
Sheep Best wethers, $7.508; fair
to good, $6.507; good lambs, $812.
Hog3 Top, $11.'25; fair to good,
Wool Eastern Oregon, 1620c per
pound; volley, 2224c; mohair,
Cascara bark, 4J5c,
Hides Dry hides, $1617e per
pound; dry kip, 1617c; dry calfskin,
1415c; salted hides, 718c; salted
calfskins, 14c; green, lc less.
SENATOR ALLDS IS
FORCED FROM OFFICE.
Albany, N. Y., March 30. Jonathan
P. AHdB went to his home in Norwich
tonight, a private citizen, branded as u
bribe-taker by his former colleagues
the senate, and by his own act no long
er a member of that body. Senator
Longer, who filed tho charges against
Alius, stayed here to fight.
The senate vindicated Conger today
wnen it voted, 4U to y.thnt the charges
had been sustained by the evidence
brought before it.
Conger's enemies admit he is a fight
er, and the belief is expressed that ho
will oppose any attempt to drive him
out of office as viKorouslv and with as
free an expenditure of money as he at-
iiefore the vote was taken in tho
senate this morning, Allds resigned his
position in mat uouy, thereby releas
ing himself from the jurisdiction of
The question of what shall
with Senator Conger, Allds'
still remains to be settled.
The resignation of Senator
taken to amount to a tncit
edgment of guilt, since it
nounced recently that if ho resigned as
a member ot the state senate, it could
be in effect a plea of participation in
the bribe-taking of which he was ac
cused by Senator Ben Congor, who
himself stated that he had paid bribe
money to Allds.
Railway Men Vote on Strike.
Cleveland, March 30. A strike
vote was ordered tuken today on tho
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern rail
way by tho officers of the Brotherhood
of Railway Trainmen and tho Order
of Railway Conductors. About 20,000
men nre involved. Tho oriignal de
mands of the men were rejected two
days ago. The result of the strike vote
will not bo known until April 8
While neither sido will discuss tho
causes of the failure to ugree, it is un
derstood both sides were willing to
compromise on wuges.
Gun Exploded; Eight Killed'.
Manila, P. I March 30 Tho ro-
port that a fatal accident had
on the United States cruiser Charleston
was confirmed today. Eight men were
Killed and scvoral others H1lfrMl in
jured. During practice at nnn nfT
Olongapo, the breech block of a throo
nch gun blew out and its flight across
tho deck cut through a stool stanchion
and mowed down the men. Seven were
instantly killed, while thn nluu
while being taken to Cavilto,
Nalves Firo on Foreigners.
Liverpool, March 30 A nM i,n.
tweon Liborians and hostile natives
was bolnir waged March 9 at
mas, according to reports brought by
tho steamer Salatra. wM
from Liberia today. Tho nittlvnn
behind a stockado at tho
Palmas river, were firing upon an Eng.
Hhh factory and the Liber! nn trnnna
The latter replied with a machine gun!
til m i m mi ii i -
m.a i wry nxTvv..
finvnrnmnnf in .,
Immigrant Traffic and p.i.l. .
od-AII Foreign Concern.
Amorlcan Ships Underbid,
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Washington, march 81,-.l
equity under tho Sherman' inn!
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mcnt of justice ogninst what I.
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contention uini u is an arrange,
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Tho fact thnt tho vessels
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mo Bioamsnin nimiiiini, t .
iwol, or Bovernl of thorn, touch Ml.
lean porta is mo Unsls for
Ings under tho Sherman law.
All tno BlOUmSlliO COmnnnt.. i '
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A v ederal grand Jury
at Now York, it is said.
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tion to stop illegal acts.
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an inquiry hiHt aiftumn into charga
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scope broadened considerably,
the result that the operations of
great steamship pools are being k
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was sunnoscd to bo confined to lilt
from tho northern ports of
Later 'it was imccrtnlnrHl that!
grnnts, as wen us merchandise 01
ly all kinds, were handled the
MAYBRAY SWINDLE FUNNY,
tims Corroborate Qarnum,
acattie, wash.. March 31. "
Burnum snoke tho truth when he
clared that the Amcricun people
ted with greater force than
who returned this morning from
cil Bluffs, Iowa. Sheriff Hoc
nfinr nirnnl rn inrv ausinmr! m iht
finally lunded In the penitentiary.
"It was nmuflintf to listen to thee
the witncH808 related thnt they en
buck for a second experience.
, , r i l . ...I . . ii i,it .nil.
1MU kUnilllllfll Y blllfl t'ui. - ,
niunillllg IlllllCliUn III till. iMiiiv.-
are cnniliictcd nn tho snunre. Maim
IJI11VI!!! nil UlV(riLlH 111 I11B LUiuasi" " .
and his victims wcro rocruitcu from
walks of life."
Cotton Mills Closing.
Boston. Mnrh 81. Fifty per
of tho shindies' in Southern cotton
bled by tho American Wool nnu t
I?onnri- Tim fiim nhoW the
tnilrnnnt nnw In nrnirress not oro
' i-- - n
the South, but in nil sections oi
country, is more extensive than
nvitt Imnn tnnum fn tint llfntOFV 0
VI UVUtl AliU IT II Wi W w ,j
the panic year of 1907. Mill after
is closing down entirely until ne
ton arrives or market conditions
Morse's Roloaso Is Plan.
ai i.. r.. mr i, ni Tt U
will bo Instituted in tho Federal
..! 1. t 41, v.ilnnftd frOI"
IIV1U tlllD WCUK 1U1 VI1W !.- ...i
tho Now York hanker. Mrlin
Litllnfnn oUnt pnunftol for MoW, '
iivi-u iii minim tuuiijr ((
1.I1V1 4U1IUYV1IIU I 1WIJK - t .
... i . i him
announced tnnt local couiu
retained and a plun of proccedure
I UIIO U I Wlil MT i
' ' . nl N1
M erl fowl - nr.. Mnrcn o '
tlmiiannrl nunr1u tf firfiniltltO
waa received yestorday by J. Al
Of this nlneo. la ha used by t
trrownt-H tMn annann ntt StirUY Hi'
This is tho largest Bhipment over
to ono Bectlon of tho sv"1"1
freight bill alono woo