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:r. daily jou:
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Tbmirtmant of ' Commirct
Vy Labor Jssues Statistics (
' rrl-: Its Industries.- r r r-
LIST OF THE IMPORTS
i Production and ' Industries", of
Southern Republic Is Show
Ing Oreat Increase
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I rwaatiiBcw Banes t lw imil '
"'. Aaabingtonr P. C April 11. "Com
' I merdal Mexico In IMS" la the tlU of a
-1 monograph Just Issued by the department
' . 'of commerce and labor. - -
'; Commerce 'between tha United State
nd Mexico- baa grown In recent years
.A jwlth 'great rapidity,' and large sums of
'American capital hare bean inveeted In
t various buatneos enterprises In Mexico,
: Including- . agricultural. . mlntnr. trana
. portatlon and manufactures, walla on tbe
. , other hand Mexico ta contributing each
,'yer mora largely to the commercial ra-
- r qutrraents of the United Btatea.
Imports of merchandise Into tha United
'. Pit tea from Mexico tiara crown ' from
, ' at.M,X4 In 1C74 to- U,U,CT In 1904, tha
'value of merehandlee ' las ported . from
Mexico In 1904 being, .there roc-e, 10 tlmea
. aa treat aa In 174. or 10 year earlier.
On the- other' hand, -exports from tha
. A united Btatea to ' Mexico have grown
. from tS.944.839 in 1174 to a4e.S44.73 In 1804.
, '- tha export to Mexico to 1M4 being- thus
, : about elf nt tlmejracjcraaJjM la 1871,. . . J
c - . .Tety BapUl Mwtk. ' ,
The rapid growth' of tha - productton,
- lodastrlea and commeroa of Mexico ' in
, recant rears ana -cne propeciror eon
ttnaatton of that grewjhraa-Mreeetad by
tha fact that "Hr -xht bort-pertod of -m
' yeaura Its ' revenue has Increased . from
tM.000.MO to r00.000. and Its exporte
from r.OtW.OOO 4o I4X.000.000. exelnsiva Of
140.100.000 of rold and aUver. Tha Invest
raent ef 'American capital In' Mexico waa
estimated by United Btatea Coneul-Gen
' eral Barlow m 1KB, at tSOO.ftoo.000; nearly
. . all Invested within the last as yaara, and,
about one half of It within, the last five
"'yaara. Bmce then the rnveaUnent has
doubtlcaa Increased materially. Bach In
i-V veatmenta, by addlne; to the productive
power of tbe land, moat neeeaaarlly In'
rreae 4ta .purchaaln power. Evidently,
.. therefore, Mexico la now, and to destined
, to be to as lnereaaine; degrea, a euatomer
.' whose watnta and whoae reeoorcea are
, eminently .worthy of. accurate study by
American business men. . .. .
The feature of the work which are of
. special Importance to thoea who are en
gaced In commerce' with Mexico or who
are- desirous of doveloplng - eominerce
.with that country are tba tables allowing;
the exporta from the United States -to
Mexico for a term of years and the vrln
. cipal articles making up this export trade
-.to Mexico.... '. 4 -
' Taking- op tha table of Imports Into
Mexico- Xrom-the various countries of
the world. It may be stated that the total
vehia of the Imports of Mexico were In
1901 7S.tOS.00O, agalnat t41.4U.O0Ot n 1893,
making; a gain of tS.BO0.000 In the 'lm
porta tdurine; the period from 189t to 1901
Of this ta.009.000 -of tncreaaa. -i neartv-f
one half occurred In ' the Imports, from
, the United States. The total imports of
Mewieo from the United States la IBM
were tX.xX.0OQ. aod in 1901 ttt.7M.000,
gain or Mt.suo.aoa. The next largest In
crease ef Imports, ta found In those ef
Germany, which war Iff 1833 tl. 875.000,
and In 1901 tt.sat.00v. aa lncrease-of ta.7S0.
00, agalnat the Increase of tl 4. (00.000 by
: the United States. The next In tbe order
of gain during the period was the United
Kingdom, from which Mex-fco Imported
merchandise and specie to the value of
4.ai,ooo m ires, and in 1901 no.ta.000. an
' Increase ef X 750,000. From Franc the
' 1m porta of 18U were $4.7x1,000, and In I
' tR.SS7.000, a gain ef leaa than tl. 000. 000.
-Pvem Pelstsm the Impeita at Mtt
tM.000. and in 1901 tt.S9O.0Ot; aa increase of
a little , mm than- tt00,00t. - Pr
- Bvain rhe- lniiwrirt prTTO were" gniooa.
. and tn 0-la,030WLJI)ua, It may be
atated la a word that the growta of Im
. .' porta Into Mexico during the period from
1991 to 1901, was, la the case of Bpaln. lass
. than tl.000.00O. France a little lees than
1 ' . St.ON.t0O. Belgium a litUe rears than tt.
V&m, United Kingdom a UtUe leaa thaa
.. ts,000,t00. Germany slightly' leas thaa t7.
r , 000.000, and the United States slightly be.
: low tlS.OOS.00O, and that 'the Increase la
. imports from theVnlted States alone
was more tnaa mat ot tne merease rrom
Germany, United Kingdom and France
, combined.'.."' . . . 4
' : , Steel Ndao SeOs Saoat."
. As to the principal artlclea making tip
. tbe grand total ef t46,000,009 of exports
' . from tha United States to Mexico It may
. be stated that manufacturers of Iron and
..steel held the highest rank; coal second
In rank; cotton and manufactures of cot
( ton third; while lumber, earrUges and
' ears, manufacturers of leather, manufae
turea of wood, ebemlcala, drugs and dyea,
1 gunpowder and mineral oil are also lm
10 portant Items la tha table of exports to
f i Mexico, and In practically every . cast
r snow a graurying- growtn. ".;
- . "tSpeelal maaatch to Tea eeraaL) V ' .
Chehalla. Waah- April fl Work on
.e the buildings or the Chehalla flax fiber
; . factory is progressing satisfactorily, the
.. . framework being ap for one and the
;, r prw-kworlt for the engtaerooni of anoth-
r being will under way. Thar will be
.' ' j foar buildings two for straw, 40x160
feet... with 20-foot ' wain and - IS-foot
gable; a proeeas building., with a brick
power-house text feet, with t-foot
walls, a portion for a retting mill 10x4$
(eat: the scutching and breaking room,
lOxea feet; a dry kiln. 11x10 feet, and
v the - wrtnger-houaav- MxJS feet, .- The
rombiaatioa ba tiding will be 40xlS0 feet
'and- will contain several compartments
for different -kinds tort,''- :..'
Faint .Spells '4
re very often attributed to olltouaneaa,
' and the atomach is treated te cathartics,
That'a wrong. ... , 4 , ,
Faint spells are often ocompanled' by
' hlllouaneaa, but you -will also notice
shortness rf breath,' asthmatlo breath
. Ine. oppressed feeling In chest, weak or
huagvy peUa,-rMca ate aU early symp
toms of heart weaknaea.
Don't make the mlatake of treating
the atomanh when tba heart la tbe
oure of . the trouble. . . .-
Uott ; Heart Cure : , -
. , - s w. 4 . . . .
wil..strenertbea tbe aerree and muscles
f )e hest, and the fainting spells, to-
- oer wtth all other heart troublea, will
-pear. . '.' .... 1'
r our years ace 1 waa very low with
rt trouble, could hardly walk. One
y Iwhad a Minting spell, and thought
would die. Boon after I began using
r. Ml lea' Heart Pure, and after taking
hott1s-l ferl that 1 am cored.",
I. CFFIC CU17GH, Ellsworth FaUa,
nk '.(' ..
he "rat twittla will heneflt; If not. th
wut raaura jmt aseaaey .4
USED R0UHD THE 7CrJD
Waiter Ma ta
mm s ii im
r:- id., Worlds Fair
VtcrBakcr; & Cp.Xtcl!
AC- HICKBT AWARDS1 IN
t t .-''k-- ......... ,
Supreme Court Holds Law Prp
:r ? hibiting Sale of Uquor Is I
: : Unconstitutional. ; -
' apeelal DUsateb tV ae JeonaL)
"Seattle, Waalw' April Jl By the'
tag of the United States supreme oourt,
that persons selling liquor to Indiana
who hold land . as cltiseas cannot be
prosecuted, IT men In this etate .now
awaiting; trial will be liberated. More
over. It la contended by lawyers that all
persona serving sentence at McNeill's
island federal prison on convictions of
this ottense must be turned out. '
United. States District Judge C. H.
Han ford. In an opinion handed ' down
yesterday, says that the aupreme court
has virtually reversed procedure in deal
ing with persona selling liquor to In
diana. .'. ':- '.-' , ; " .''. ' ;
"The supreme court has given us new
light In dealing with persons accused ef
selling liquor to Indians contrary to
the. law -pasaed la lit T," aays Judge
Han ford. ' "The court's . " decision la
most -Important - to us la "this - state.
rnfttr-thir TMr-ra wmt,. P"a by con-
gresa In 1117, a procedure waa aetata
llshed whereby Indians received" lands
under allotment from th general gov
ernmenW These Indians are bald to be
eitlaena of the United States.
-The law passed by congress In 1197
mads It a crime for persons to sell ir
quor to certain Indian wasokw6f tbe
federal government. - Under this law
we have beea proceeding ta this atate for
soma years pasc The supreme court
holds that this law is unconstitutional
and - that the congress - had no more
right to prescribe what such, an Indian
shall eat or drink any more thaa it caa
for any cltiaen of the United States.
"Under the civil rights decision -eoa
aai nannitf, make Uwjajarsaorlbiam.Xht
'rights of a cltiaen because of his color
or hie race or other Ilka mondltloa.. ,1a
other worde. the supreme court hold
that an Indian holding land under allot-ment-t
a ci laen. and is entitled to all
the rights and to only tbe same protec
tloa aa other oitueas or una country.
COMMISSIONERS OF " v
: ; LEWIS COUNTY BUSY
. - (BpKi.1 'Mspateh to Tbe JseraaL)
Chehalla. Wash., , April . tt. Tbe
county commtasionera have been busy
her thla wees oa two important mat'
tera. . The quarterly aettlement waa
mad with County : Treasurer Grimm,
This showed collections for ths quarter
ending - March tl of tll0T119.t . , for
uxeav of .which.. tl27.lt4.0 Was for
1904. Miscellaneous collections run the
total to 1170.419.90.' Total disburse
ments were tlt.tll.99, leaving cash oa
Tbe other subject that occupied tha
attfenllon of the board was the rebuild
ing of the road between Chehalla and
Centralis. .Early la . tbe 90s a plank
road was built across a swampy piece
of land, on treatla work. - Thla road has
worn out so . badly that, tt must be re
placed. - The ttoard'a policy la to build
no more plank roads where It Is at all
posalbls to build stone roads. Accord
Ingly; measurements have beea made to
determine whether It wDl be cheaper te
destroy th old plank road and trestleH
and build a high grade . to get 1 above
winter high water, or to change the.
road about a quarter of a mile to the
eaat around tbe hill, along aa old mili
tary road that -was used years ago by
PRESBYTERIAN MISSION ' "
M'" ,- 1 llMrtuV KnaeWt mm ill 1
Dea.alolnea, Ia.Aprtll 1. Delentev
are arriving la considerable numbers to
attend the annual session of- the Pres
byterian board of missions of the north
west, which will be held In thla eitf
during the coming 'Week. The organ
isation ' embraces all the ' territory be
tween tbe AJlefhenles and the Rocky
mountains, and tbe attendance at the
convention will number several hundred
delegates. In addition to the reception
tee-C report- dealing -with
the work of the past year and the con
sideration of plana for J the future, the
program provides for addressee during
tbe week by a Cumber of prominent
mission, workers, eminent divines and
missionaries, returned from foreign
flelda. The ' convention will have its
headbnarter "- 4 Central presbyte
ries,, church, v. M' v,.. . ..
. (Ppertal INepstrk te-khe JenraaLl. '
Chehalla. Waah.. , Aorlf" 11-1. .' w"."
Shulu yesterday bought the 4tt-ecre
farm which he formerly owned on ly
ton prairie, in the Cowing valley, from
the eatate of the lat Hrnry Brunk. for
17,0. The place Is reiarded as being
sapadaUX, adapted to lbs stock botliteaa,
' '''' toes aoc tmis ' t
'Tr TSiae ar 7
LEFTi Cr CJTY; STREET
Codies -qf - Four Persons," pne
Woman Three Men, Found
, : 'V'V UJearael SpaeUI Sarrke.) '
Indianapolis, April 11. People In the
aelghbarhood- of West ' and . Elsventh
atreets ; were horrified this moraine
when they awoke and, found that the
bodies of four persona, on woman and
three men, all . perfectly - nudv were
dumped on the street some time during
th night. One of the bodies ta head
leaa. and It l plain all have been la the
diss acting room .of a medical college.
' The horrifying t spectacle ; was dis
covered early thla morning. Within sa
hour a morbid crowd collected about th
sosa. . The bodies were thrown rnto the
treet and had evidently been there for
several hours la the heavy fall, of rain
during- th nlxht , . . 1 . ,
As soon as th authorities were noti
fied th bodies were taken to the city
morgue and th coroner -begaa aa In
vestigation. Th managers of th vari
ous medical' colleges deny that the
bodiee wars ever in their Institutional.; !
GOULDS EXTEND UNESFr
TEXAS TO NEW ORLEANS
' (Jeamal Spedal aarriea.). -'V-' 1
'New" Orleans. April It 4t 1 reported
oa high authority that, plana., are sow
complete' for a railroad -which will give
th Gould. interests their long-cherlehed
coast 11a from Texas te this elty. It
will be built from Houston, Texas, to
Alexandria, Ioulalana. north and paral
lel with the southern , Paelflo. Is
Loolalana It wIU connect with Ooold'g
Taxaa - Pacific, and over this route
enter New Orleans.- In Texas the new
line will penetrate a virgin forest of
oak and long- leaf pine, touch the prin
cipal oil fields of the two state and cut
through a rlph rloe section. ; - - -
The road will form tha baa of a tri-"
angle of Gould . lines, connecting the
International -at - Galvestoa - with ; the
Texas - Pacino Wew- Orleans. In
Texas the road -will be built, under the
name of the Houston, Beaumont tt Bed
River, and la Louisiana It wIU be known
aa-the bouigiana coast uaav
-. ' rxon un oo
: (Special Dispatch to Tae soaraal)
ChebaUs. Wash.,- April II. The tele
phone line from ChehaHa to Bolatfort,
It miles up the Chejialls river valley,
was oompleted this week and Is now la
auceaaful operation. There are 4S
phones on the line and the ays tarn works,
perfectly..) Thla,. elty. la .now connected
with , th- Chehalla valley farmers by
rural phone lines, with tha Moaayrock
section and Alpha, la eastern Iewla
county. The companies were all organ
ised among the farmers and business
pa mt thebaMa. . ... '. ..:.,,.!.. - .
TW VaTXTZXOsT .-
4Seee1al JMaaatch ta The JearaaL)
Corvallle, Or . April 11. Petltloria
from Philomath -and Belief oun tain. In
Joking a referendum vote upon the state
ppropriationa bill, have juat been Sled
with th clerk ef Beaton oounty. The
Philomath petition has ST slgrajra, aad
the one from. Belief oun tain- ttV Theee
are the flrat papers of th sort filed, la
Benton county. . -
I if "! I W
cord of a cold resulting in
Pneumonia, or oUicr scxi
ous lung trouble, after
had been" taken.;' '- J-:::;
It stops the- 'cough - and
healsr the liingsr and - pre
vents . senous results from
a coIcLr ,vv -, ..rk i?&v
; Do riot' take "chances bn
a ' cold wearing away ' or,
experiment with some un
costs - you the'.' samejas
Fole"yaH6ney and .Tar.
Remember the name and
get the genuine. : ;. ' . k
A SiTiri Ctld fir Tkni Mcaftie
Tb oUrarlnsr latter from A.-J.- NeaV
Unm . D.tJiu r J . .....
''; .uu. wui lis owe)
Story; "1 Buffered for thro months witb
a svsr) cold- A druggist prepared to
eotn medicine, aad a physician prw
scribed for me, yet I did not lm prove,
I thaa tried Folsr Honey s4 Tar.
Wld trigdoaoa cured r ; , . v
. Tb 50 cent ail contains twa mttS
ooe-hali tlnjeti as modi M tha tmall tint
Sad tb il.00 bottl almost six tlmaa
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