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TUKH11AY, JANUARY 18, 1901
SUM) TO S1.50D
DAMAOt BV BURSTING
OF WATEK PIPES
Hs Kept the Plumbers Busy Since
Cold Began Last Thursday.
From $1(10(1 to 11800,
This t the cgtlinni. il (luinngv to
tbo city by the cold wave t tint bi
held this country in Uh Krasp gtna
Thursday nlKhi. numbers s.-y this
1 h MUOMota estimate a which ti
put the ilamace 10 water plops thfl
Sure frozen ami hurst since that tin
anil they admli that tills ma not ro
er the loss hv svoial hundred d(
lars. ii i-- Inpontblt to Mil tXI
tt. whit extent tile daniaKc will ruti
until attar it ttewt, tot tnany pipes
pro foursteil that the ownora know
uuihiiiK Rhout and will not he (OUttd
until It thaws ami they begin to leal.
There are four plumbing shops 11
ti.wn with men employed, .lo. Baslei
h..a two; v i Hansford a. Co.. tow
YV. .1 Cl.u U. K C . four: T. C Tn lot
fivo. ami U f Beak, one These mm
have bMa btiay almost da and DlgO
sinti' Friday moraine, repairing and
patching up tin breaks In water
ptptf and an tat helilnd with tier
work nol being able to keep up with
Since parly Friday the thrnione
torH around town have been hnvprinv
amiintl iero every night, and during
the da the temperature has not risen
many degree, so that there hat) been
a Hte.Ki. trMS) all the tltne. The
coldest In town was Friday night
when all the way from 1! to I gaTof
was reached. Saturday night is was
on l about four below In the coldest
place, and Sunday morning It had
moderated juit enough to run th
thermometer up to 4 above. Since
that time the Instruments have nol
registered below, but (luring the night
would almost reach zero, with tie
somewhat warmer. It has been al
most perfectly still since the gale
on Friday, and several times the alt
was clear with a bright sunshine
whlli part of the time it has been
making a desperate attempt to snow
and the atmosphere has beep full of
The cold has been eujoyed hy the
young people who have made good
use of their spare time lu skating
where tie-re wa Ice enough to skatt
on. while others have been out in
sleighs trying to get a sleigh ride
in addition to the freezing of water
pipes, many house plants have suffer
ed and horticulturists are somewhat
alarmed as to the effect (lie cold will
have ii tie' fruit. Some think the
buds of the early tender fruit were
tar enough along to he injured by
tbe cold, while others do not tliinl
there la any mils, (Of alarm The
buds had swollen considerable in the.
sheltered places, and the sudden cold
will certainly do them no good, but
it is to early yet to venture an asser
tion as to whether any fruit is hurt
The Columbia Gorged with Ice.
Trainmen arriving here tills mom
ing slated that the Columbia river
was filled with Ice last night, at Tun
nel No. I, which Is seven miles below
The 1hIU They said that If the
cohl weathet continue tie river will
probably he frozen over troni that
point (O 'n 88 miles further west.
Down In Portland they have been
having sleighing ami paying $I0u on
hour ioi the privilege of riding lu
cutters hired from the liverymen
The -afreets have been merry with the
(ingle of hells even at the cost of
sometlnug like $1 per jingle, and
everyone who had the price demand
d bus been taking his best girl to
enjoy the brief period of winter that
the metropolis is now experiencing
Remains Cold in Walla Walla.
Walla Walla. Jan 28 The cold
wave which passed over the valley
on Friday continues unabated and
a a mattei of fact the thermometer
shows an increasing frigidity. Yes
terday the thermometer showed six
degrees below zero early in the morn
Ing. whih all day the air was clear
A VANtiRRBtll IN AN YUM CHAFOHS CONSPIRACY
mStif - Tfe JsBjBBV s I
m ii "1
m Bo" .
Hv calling on the
before purchasing that
hill of lumber
New sheds going up
New Stock coining in
At the new retail lumber yard
Gray's Harbor Commercial Co.,
opposite the VN & C. K depot
W. J. SEWELL, I t t I Manager
Mrs. Jack Wilmcrdtry. grandao?
oas been. In Bloontinyos oaylufti
she says, ana who, arte ' j roui
trltd to ge; .v-ii.jriU fer rsit
inurea n I i. . . . I
aerbilt r ;rt i, Mrs. R MiU Lo
West t oirtitrtn strc-Jt ; t - st.it ci" i.:
but sik.ic' lcrgrsnt tttltld t.: .
magnificently gowned wll ..ut i I
med witn eatriel ithes ri
Cotnelrtik Vandertollt, I i.ppoitfti .
at it wont
and cold. N' during lit
did th. .. n ;,i 1
point, an.! ...in last Ol
down ton sr i h 1 .
until i a I hi . -
reached W .n i lp
ptaau i .
tin stoi:.. . , linnet:
is not too ivh
loiehinn " '" ! ''
gethei Bill ba" an
i d out in i i tori
MMINTII "HZTV.O THC
AUTHOR OV THC PtAY.
NankevilU OompOKy Cwappointed tin j
People and the Peopii Disappcmten
it oral a i a i of nii'tuni dlaappolnt
uient oi Uonday nlfbt, orbi n tho "H i
man Hearts" ipanj uudi r tie j
manage!... nt i . E KankovlllOi
geared :it tl. (!. Tho audience
was not so well phased as they ex
pected to be. and the company was
i srtalal not p i i Itl tU aundx
of persons whi ram OH I t
their medl en prcaentAtlnn ol '
that eo. iali K ssi' ill. H.
usuall. writ- noil I it , !
i of Oomntodors Vandorbilt vho
oik. as i icsuii ol a conspiracy,
.. no t laat obtali ad hjr nort.
Stt . .nj.i v t.i tijViny inv
jujhtcr :f t'H. iw;ndi of the Van
..... Mr. ii;.'.rdiivj .jni- into xhe
a nsrvoiM state, etie gave no nam.
. and wiarrantt, 9h wan, a usual,
a . handson . Jawola anu a hat trim
.:. I i l-.ii grandslainjbtsr of
t attsr throunh all iter troubles.
.a ot amuaemenl .mis by thp
lomontotl den, ... ol Charles u iioyt
-..iu, Pale i'j."
Pnluma th ehilu plaulste, ami
t s,...- K II I i ..'!!. UV) to thi tol-
i. lui ni , Pa oi :. fs cental
v miam T, Hlalop, Poet Ian d
S Hoatl NOW York
t; K l.ytli Chicago
f Roth Portland,
a . . I am he i ion, Porthuul
K. J, Jurtattla, C taton lib
. v man, Portland.
: I :iiinop, ity
Ooovgt 'i Wllllama, New Vori.
. i- (Qierhardl Portland.
II, I .in i Portlaad,
v K. Hodavna, Dt u II
Ii Kayle. Portland
11 Cornell Arlington.
Qeorw Stevens Spokane.
B, p Pnnjin. Portland,
Manuel 1, Oambaum, fine,,..
1' I aylamler.
to s,)oii tin 1 1... ' pi lou ul ih
by Mtlna aet 1 aMio an no'
equal to thou i-arts I hicolo I Plni
I'ler w:i ;i V'rv poor Tom I o:.in, an '
tills inn he sai ot all Oaeopttag tin
tramp, which (!ia;:i I. i ".a- succ -
fully aaaayod lien Mecrsry.
Hut tin feature ol tin ov. nnv
the aapooronos of a "tan to make th
custom (iy inanimrsassal astwsoa th
third and fourth or last acts. This
man was sonn thing out oi the ordl
i ary. He came batore the footllehti
carrying a cigar in his hand, and in
dulged in a rambling talk, which
wearied the listeners who had to re
main and take It or lose the rest oi
the play. He repeated himself over
and over again, and apitarently was
not a close student of Kngllsh. lie
ftolod out iiita oi Information regard
lug current literary products which
judging from his own choice of words'
he had not n ad In short, he dis 'ust
ed the audience and made a ippetacle
In "Rupert oi Heiitau." whlcii wll
be seen tonight. Anthony Hone dm
Heated tin- sucewsa of "The Prisoner
of Sienda. " hoik as liook and pla
The demand tor the drainatuation ot
"Rupert ot HcuUau" ipsodlly follow
ed Its appearance as a hook, and the
author put It Into a dramatic form
which has won instant success The
entire equipment of seonor) accos
sories. etc., are new and exact cop
ies of that usedftn tin New York pre
Murry and Mack -Thursday.
"The fun moves an last as the ti
tle," Is what they claim lor Murray
and Mack's latest and merriest
bunch of mirth and merriment, which
for advertlsin g purpose has been
entitled "Shooting the Chutes.'
written by Joe M Oaites. who has
written a goodly number of fane
comedies, and also bids fair to (111
the place left vacant in the hearts of
FRUIT IK MEET
PESTS. PACKING FRUIT
AND OTHER TOPIC,
The Golden Rule.
H, Jack, city.
Mile won . Sl'-I
roth Crane. New York
II, IllllUlell. Nc HI S.
sale Hvan New Yor!..
" ' i : ider tin, New Ym .
Miss Irving. New York
K Kay. New York
latin - .1 I arkin New York
Wlllium S Davidson Ashland
Castllla, New York
J Han Spokutie
MrRae, Atlnna .
Bj BaajBi city.
R. Pothrock Adann.
Dave (Jarglll, Adams
w H Cai" obeli Adams
P. M Johnson. HappMI
'!im Kreeman. fold Springs
N H. Hrown. Poeatallo
Cal Hartwell, Oasaha.
James H Tryon. Joseph
(' D flalley, Portland
Y'ou cannot make an advert la. tit a i t
, (00 plain, and the right sort of illug-
I trnMani win help leaaotlaMi their
xpensiveness preoludes theii use,
hut quite often the most expuuslve
xpense Is the one that Is not Incur
red. Sometimes It is really extra va
ult not to spend money. It von him1
I ten dollar space In tin paper, you'
had better spend live dollars more,
r necessary, to make It attractive I
and effective. Ooood Advertising.
Says He Was Tortured.
"I suffered such pain from corns I
onlri hardlv walk," writes H Robin '
son. Hillsborough. III . "but Hucklen's
rnlca Salve completely cured them"!
' ts like magic on sprains, bruises,
' Uts. sore scalds, burns, bolls, ulcers! I
I'erfect healer of akin diseases audi
lies. Cure guaranteed hv Tallman
A Co. 25c.
."ill Engage the Orchardists at t'.e
Walla Walla Convention Repre
tents Three States.
Wnlla Walla. Jan A lar;:e
ttdmber of orchardlati aic in tho ott
today, and the convention of tl e
MotthWOOl Ki iiltgmwers Assoclatio.i
as palled to order this aiternoon uy
lesldent BhtlOOk, ol this city, In a I
trial addresH. The storm and con
niicd DOM has prevented BMUy from
lining from outside points, hut au
urreaaed attendance is prtdletod for
Lomorrow, The eonvontlot is axpoct'
d to he the most renresentatlve galh
. tlim ot ftullgroweiH agar hchl In tin
lorthwest. The states ol Washington
Idaho nud Hon tana, with
Hrltlsli Columbia, comprise the leni
; ioiv ol tin association
Tin adoption of I daiulnul line ol
milt boxes and packaaei the discus
slon ot shipping and packing fruits,
the Indorsement of phtfl of Hghtln :
"Sts svsteninticnlly. will be the feat-;
ires of the glOOtlaB. Tomorrow the
real work of the convention will he
al. en up
Chi question of controlling, pests
vlll he otic til the features of the
meetlnj !"ii its dtgcusaloti and tho
ni i itlon gathergd win be of greal
interest to fruit man agarywhnra Tim
program, M arranged follows for the
i nmalnder of the session:
l'. iiliig session-Apjiointment of
i oinmlttees. music, prayer. "IndlftdM
Hty Of the Pnilt I'rohleiiiH." 0. A.
Tonenson Tg cores nvgle pspar,
Soli Tillage " II T. French. Moscow
W. diiesda morning stsslon- Invo
nation! paper "Foreign Matkets for
Oregon Apples." J D Olwtdl Central
Point, Or.: paper, i c L Whltna)
.,i Walla Walla, selected subject: pa ,
per. "Horticultural Law ' A Von Hi i
darbeke. state commls'loner of hor l
I ulture. I
Afternoon session Paper. "Codltn
Moth Considerations." Professor A. B
I ordlev Oregon Agricultural College,
paper, Spraying." I L Smith. Hood
Rivet Or. patei V A lilt Walla
Thursday, morning session Invm i'
lion, reports of comtnlttees , two pa
pan hy Northwestern horticulturists
rot yet reported, general discussion
Afternoon session- Flection of oi
Peers; selaotkM of next aatlnsT
place recommendations; discussion-!
V -11 l.lglite l Hud Hteaili Heal, (1
Best 25 cent Meal?
in the City
Krg I egs, hjMtcrn and Oiynipis
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Special Kates to Uastern Oregon people visiting jj2JjH ;.
lortourlits snd commerclsl travelers.
LEGAL BLANKS for-H
aJegoe of them. A full supply always kepi m
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tWm Promptly Filled.
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