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BARE SUMMER FALLOW.
SUPPLIES POS BATTLE SHIPS.
Pewvtstoas Mee* .■»»
Agricultural Collage Makes Interest
ing E apsr.m nts
BOW *Q MAE* THS HAIS OBOW.
ril Owl the'wasiaw
Sws»4»wa for Plv* SwBika' I'rwls*.
•• •«• Swwtsa « reel* Dlsvsaa
The navy dpartmerit bin uudertakenl
"r<m ought to get tbe tonic I use for
A L Xulasly, Or«s»n Agrisullural Cotto«»
catering oa a magnlfi<-ent acale. rays my balr. I Just get the druggist to
In taking a walk over ths fa-m at the Third Eiploslon Is Pinsylvaila Inspector Captaras Nu Who Try Harper's Weekly, f ‘-----------
It Is arranging the mix 10 ceuts' worth of quinine and 10
Oregon Agricultural college, looking fur
Saturday, December 01,
feeding of tbe battleship squadron '■cuts' worth of glycerin and
Wednesday. Dscembar IB.
Interesting and Instructive object les
which «all* In iHx-eiulier for th* Pacific,1 iwnta------"
Washington, Dec. 21—The senate
Washington, l>eo. 18.—In the senate sons. there may be «sen north of the
today paaai-d a bill suspending during Balay resolutions were Introduced by
, "Well," here put In tbe fleshy la,tv.
old born and just to th« south of ths
x . of
the year 1997 the requirement tliat Tillman, asking the Interstate Com
dent — when
lie noted that each
tbe acrordlng to tbe Kansas Cl»y 8tar. "I
path leading to the orchard, an si.clos-
u.lnsre aliali du at least 1100 worth <if merce commission to report whether
Arisen battleships in the squadron has 'go«» if ,ou went by th-1 rule’
urs containing soma vary interesting
work annually during ths period In any corporation engaged In interstate
■ complenieut of about thirty officers o— •* ,tore y„„ U1|<bi „,Iue ou, w!|b
experiments. This sucloeurs contains
which their claims ate being perfected. commerce Is the owuer of tho sbxk of
snd 300 men. apd each of tbe six torpa- aD entirely different thing from wb-it
an oblong tiox prolably ten feet long,
Cullom Introduced a joint resolution any other corporation carrying paasen
do boata six officer« and aeventy men, you've been getting."
three feet wide and three feet deep. In
proposing an amendment to the conati- gers and freight, and calling oa ths In-
this box are installed four galvanised Between 200 and 250 Men Entombed Four Well Armed and Carrying Jap making a round total of mors than 13,-1 “And anyhow." axeerted tbs on* *u>
lutimi limiting the terms of the presi tnratate Cotnmeice ixnumieeion to de
TOO men to 1« fed for five montha
| brolderlug the ablrt waist, "coal oil to
Iron tanks or pots, each holding aprox-
dent and vice president to six year* anil fine tho Federal law and tho lows of
and Hop« of Escape for Any
anese Passposts Fall to Make
There will tie more than «..VXi.'MlO Jnat aa good.
When my elater was
imately 5<H> pounds of soil.
prohibiting re-elstlon for a second the states In respect to control of the
I» Vary Slight.
Is provided with a drainage spout so
pounds of provisions of various aorta, getting over th* typhoid fever alm juat
liquor traffic under the interstate oom- that al) water leaching through tho soil
oot counting those article* that corns rubbed___ "
A number of other bills and resolu mere« law.
In these pots may ba «.Heeled and
by tbe doxen. gallon and can. Besides | -oh, my* I wouldn't have the nasty
tions were introduced. After being In
These resolutions provoked consider- measured and analysed.
Jaoobe Creek, Pa., Itec. 20.—An ex
Hpokane, Dec. 19.—Four Chinese, the different kinds of food there will stuff
»«•alun 45 minutas, ths senate today able debate and were finally referred to
Many larineis practioe bare summer
three of them disguised as Japanese be quantities of fruit, extracts, t-gga ,
Why. look bere, girls—wait till I
adjourned until January 6.
committee, though one,of them was fallow and tho question often aris-saa
end table dellcactea.
I I Show her
thia stlb-b—you Jiut listen
and cat tying Japanese passports, slter
A bill providing security to dvp.«it- transformed into a bill. J' ' m
to the go d or biul «fleets arising from Pittsburg Coal company, located hets,
Those who do not know would be to what hapjiened wliere my aunt used
sneaking across the American boundary
ors of lienka and f >r tire prevention of
Culberson spoke on his resolution this practice.
yseteiday entombed between 200 and
line, were captured at Custer yesterday greatly eorprtoed to learn what the to live. There were two slater» who
hivrding of currency, wa» Introduced calling on the committee on finance to
Hbould the practice of bare summer 260 miner*, and there I* scarcely * ray afternoon by L. J. &>Her of tbe Immi
usual fare of the sailor constats of. and had the lovelle»t hair, atul they got It
to. la y by Monetar Owen, of Oklahoma, investigate and report upon the cause
fallow be discouraged? It was for the
of bops that a xingla one of tbsa> will gration department. The Orientals car the articles that are being purchased by using kerosene, and _ -"
ft Asea a tax u|mn all deposits and of the present flhenelal stringency and
purpose of answering thia question that
from the fund thus createli provldrs for to recommend measures for the preven
Par ried two shotguns and a rifle, and were for this iTulee are <mly a fair simple1 “Well, I don't believe any one would
these experiments in the galvanised be taken from the mine alive.
besv.ly loaded with shells when cap jt the rations served.
tho payment In lull of all depositors tion of a recurrence. The rexihition iron pots were started.
have much mind after using that »tuff
tially wrecked building* In the vicinity
tured. They were taken to Beattie last
when a lank la declared insolvent, Ebe was referred to the committee on fi
The gallery <»x>kx will certainly make' » while. 1 wash my hair in salt wa-
In 1900 all pots were filled with the of the mine and the condition of the night and placed in tbe detention hos
secretary of the trasuiury ia directed to nance.
out a very g<xxl bill of fare with the ter."
same soil thoroughly mixed so that few bodies found early in the rescue pital.
maintain a fund of $190.999,909 In
following lit» of provisions: 1,200,000
"Ob. my! Don't It stlckr
Ths seriate, on motion of Allison, each pot was iden.lcal with the other«.
Inspector Fuller was oot of town pounds of spring wheat flour, 20,000
work Indicate an explosion of »orb ter
treasury notes, which may be loaned on agreed to adjourn until Halurday and
"Vnsalted butter’ll make It grow."
Hlnoe that time part of the pots have
working on another clue when the four
tn.uda to 90 per cent of their value. alter routine business on Saturday to
"Mage tee IS giXxt."
been bate summer fallowed, whilst oth rific force that it teems impossible that Chinamen walked in from the nerh pounds of oatmeal, or, when nerved to
The hill provides that advance« from adjourn until January 6.
“Oh. Just ■■ommon cold tea will <l<
ers have been growing crop«, usually of any one could have survived It. All of Frlenoa aent message* try telephone the men, called "burgoo;" 61.000
It shall lie charged for at the rate of «
grain. The leeching» from each pot the 13 bedias taken out up to this time for him to different farmhooaee and be pounds of yellow cornmeal, 25,090 IL"
I» r cent for the first four months snd
p>?unds of cocoa, 20X)00 pounds of
during the rainy season have been care
“But It darkens It"
are terribly mutilated, and three of wa» soon l<«.-ate<l. A» soon aa he heard
DECIDES AGAINST OREGON.
thereafter at the rale ot H per cent.
prunes, about 476.000 pounds of canned
fully saved and analysed with tbs result
“Tes. that’s so; I rise egg shampoo,
Senator Burkett reintroduced
that Invariably the leaching from the them are head les».
“But that coats lll.e fun."
back to town, arriving 49 minutes be peaches and other canned fruit. There
gratin« bill of last »maloti. ft provides Commission Fines Denatured Alcohol
Thia ia tbe thirl mine disaster alDoe
bare summer tallow pots carried from
“When we u»ed to wear night eape
fore the Seattle train. He arrested the will be plenty of meat, both fresh and
for the leasing of the public dumaln to
Rates Not Too High.
two to over six timee aa much nitrogen
men immediately, telegraphed to Seat «alted. arxl they will hare no trouble we filled them with salt In tbe day-
cattle owners fig the maintenance of
Washington, I>ec. 24.—In an opinion aa did the leachings from tho pots that bituminous coal underlying Western tle to have guards at tbe station and In disposing of IflOOjOOO ]»>unde of time,' ," offerii granitola. “We kind of
their stork, giving, however, settlers
had not been tare summer fallowed. Pennsylvania and West Virginia, for
the right to enter end lo locete upon rendered by Commleaiuner Clark for The first few weeks of leachings in the the Naomi mine, nw Fayette City, sod hurried his men aboard tbe train as fresh beef, 109.000 pounds of mutton, thought that b«l|>ed the hair.1
the Interstate Commerce commission
SOtOQO pounds of tinned bam, 15O.0U0
"Yea," ventured Aunt Elisabeth,
land st any time.
in tbe csss of tho Railroad com niaaion fall retry m<«l of the soluble nitrate the two mines at Monongah, W. Va ,
When arrested tbe Chinamen pro pounds of salt pork, 100.000 pound* of “and I’ve tried pulling the hair gently
tested tliat they were Jspanete and tinned corned l>eef. 60,000 pounds of around the roots, some folks think
Washlngfon, Dec. 21.—Alter iving of Oregon against the O. R. A N.and
leached out of the soil in one month in pened, are in the Mine belt aa ths local held to their story until they saw that bacon, SUit.OOO pounds of smoked hams,
In »eaaion about 2t) minutes, the house other railroad*, important action was
that kind o’ start» a circulation."
arreet was unavoidable. Two of them 15.000 pound« of fork loins, 15.000 j "Well. 1 shouhl think It would—you
of representatives lutay adjourned until taken leeptrtirg shipments ol denatur
spoke English, but when they saw that pounds of veal, 10.000 pounds each of know brushing* go<xl for tbe hair,"
The proceeding* were en ed alcohol. Tli« oomplaint asks lor a
fallowed and over 40 pouuda per acre mine gaa for the 19 dayeto between 660 their disguise was ineffectual they re
livened by a brief but fierce «perch by reduction in tbe rates on denatured al
frankfurter xanxage», bologna and pork •aid some one.
The record where tho soil liad been thoroughly
fused to make any statement. Inter uuaages; 5,000 pounds of head cheese j “And massage Is, too."
Gaines ol Tenne»aee, wlio criticised the oohol to Oregon points.
That this disaster does no* equal or
bouse for its Inaction and for taking
“Yes. I always brush my hair a hun
From the plant food point of view even *nrp**s In toss of life and attend and It is thooght a earefolly laid plot and 40,000 pouuda of chipped beef.
suoli a loog recess al a time “when we factured in California and Is sold in the
dred strok«* every n'ght."
bare summer fallow cannot be recom ant horrors the one In West Virginia is will be unearthed.
should have gone to Wall «treat aud
due to the devotion to church dutiee of
“Oh! I nerer could sec that It mole
During the Ruseo-Japaneee war nu
throttled the thieves end turned back could 1« met by the Eastern product
mine grow much.”
Hummer fallow aerates the soil, con a considerable numl«r of tbe miners. merous instances ol Jspanese officer*
to the honest people their bard aarn- only by reducing the transportation
serves moisture end oxidises the organ In observance of the church festival, disguising themselves as Chinese were
I “But It does, though. You ought to
charges to nothing.
see my sister's------ "
An effort to place denatured alcohol ic matter of the soil, oonvertlng much many of the 4Q0 or more men regulaly reported, but this is tbe first time tbe
Gaines was preceded by Hepburn ot
____ I “Bee here. I was reading Just lbs
of tho organic nitrogen first into ammo employed at tli^ mine did not go to immigration officers have run acr>»s ss
lows, who prulestod against wlial he on a parity with spirits would lead
U hen Amos Bogg» died there was a' ..
These who escaped through
___ , . ,
other day that yot» muxtn t brush your
smooth work in the line of disguise.
said wa* tiie iu-llacriminate way in either to a large Increase in the cliargea nia compounds and then Into nitrate
good deal of speculation as to how . .
nitrogen; tliat la into« form which eas this reason are members of tbe Greek
hair, that It makes It fall.”
which committees were given authority
ily leaches from the soil and io lost to
xay living near tbe sea makes
to alt during the r«salon of the house,
SEARCH SUITABLE PLACES
relative, a sister who was married and
the farmer, whilst organic nitrogen does work to celebrate Ht. Nicholas' day.
thereby cans lug ineu>t>«re to be Im- article. Much Increase in tbe chargee
not rradlly leech out of the soil.
| "Why. I've always beard that going
niune Iroiti rrrest in esse It bccauie on the proof spirits, in the opinion ol
Grounds for Army Maneuvers Ara from Bushby.
' to a l-igb altitude and dry climate
the com ml»» Ion, probably would reader times lore summer fallow may be de explosion followed a brief shut down,
nn-eeaary to sn-uie a quorum.
Wanted In California.
“Amos haa lived alone for more than
■liable but usually it la to ba con The Derr mine having been closed
Both Williams and De Armond were
Tuesday and Wednesday. It was just
flan Francisco, Dec. 19.—Colonel J. eighteen years, since Mary Ann died. 1
The rates com demned.
“I'll tell you, ?:dl«. It all depends
upon tbs Moor, but took no notice of California product.
11:30 o'clock when tbe tenth trip of W. Duncan, chief of staff, has been and he* lived dose a nd ^1 refuL" said '
plained of were not shown to be unrea
loaded oars bad been brought out to very busy this last week accumulating one of the neighbors, who had t-een on your state cf health. If you're
sonable. unduly discriminatory or un
the tipple that there rame an awful maps ol all the different sections of delegated to And out from tbe alster, I strong In general you'll have------ ”
Thursday. December 10.
“Oh. I don't know about that. Hav
Director of Experiment Station Says rumbling sound, followed immediately California, where it might be advisable if possible, tbe extent of Mr. Boggs' |
therefore dismissed tbe petitiou.
Waahington, Dec. 19.—The spirit of
by a loud report and ■ concussion that to hold maneuvers early during the wealth. “He was never one to talk, ’ en't we all »«en poor sick women
It Has Been Overdone.
whose strength all went to balr. I------ "
rivalry that for live y<«ra has alter
■hook nestfby buildings and was felt coming year.
but we always under»to<xl from what I
II yr H T. French. Di rector Kipertment Station
Bills far the Northweet.
“Ob. bsir! balr! bairf Drop balr!
nately smoldered and biased between
within a radius of several mile«. At
There has been some talk ot bolding he let out, kind of against hl« will,'
John Htiarp Williams, of Mississippi,
Washington, Dec. 20.—Congressman
the same time there came out of tho the maneuvers at American
Get a wig."
In response to numerous Inquiries
that your old aunt remembered him i I “Here <»me the refreshments."
leader of the minority, and David A. Humphrey, of Washington, baa intro
mouth of the mine an immense cloud Waahington, but that ia now out of the
De Ar mood, of Missouri, culminated in duced a bill providing that any peasen- regarding out experiences with Bromns of dense smoke and dust that floated
“I’ve go; tbe stem of this tulip work
She looked hopefully at tbe heir to
a list right tislay on ths floor of the ger vessel engaged in tri-weekly trade inermls, I take occasion to present the sc roe* tbe Youghiogbeny river.
house of representatives.
The blows between the United Htetes and foreign
Intuitively everyone in the vicinity ment of the Columbia could utilise
row a riled.
of I>e Armond cause.! bleed to flow down porta ahall be exempt from entrance thus far attained on the experiment sta knew whet had happened and all start
American lake—tbe troops of this de
“You want to know Just what he
the face of Williams ami only the forc and clearance fees and tonnage taxes
ed for the one place—the mouth of the partment must have thair manuevers
Broome grass lias been growing on mior.
left?" said tbe sister of Amos, briskly.
ible intervention uf friends cut tl>* com while such service Io maintained. Ellis,
in this state.
“Well. It won't taki long to tell you." (
bat short. De Armond bore away a of Oregon, introduced a bill authoris
As far as known only one man who
Tbe Heney ranch, at Ataeeade, and
Where went to work escaped. Joseph Maple
“He belred to one hundred and fifty
•co fled n< as.
ing payment to ollxiera and enlisted fields, for «ix or Sevan year«.
the Baron von Schroder properties, at
Kpesker Cannon today announced the men of the Second regiment, Oregon
ton, a pumper, emerged from one of Banta Marguerite, it is reported, are dollars from Aunt Petty, and he's
The new Shah of Persia, according to
oominlttoe assignments lor the Sixtieth Volunteer Infantry, for special service
the aide entrances shortly, after the
recent newspaper article, succeeds to
both available should the government «pent all but thirty dollars of It
congress. Many changes from the last In the Philippines ths difference be paratively little growth after the second expt «ion. He had left the port of the
“Since I came here to settle up, a____
decide to select the Southern portion of
__ ____ , the
congress are made, but in the mam lt>« tween travel pay allowed them on their or third year.
mine where most of the men were
there s been a claim for nine dozen pokers, tongs, and even the coffee-mill*
Where It has I wen re-seeded, or the working and was on the way to tho en the state aa a field of rendexvoua.
memliere who had heretofore held im discharge from service and the rate
eggs and forty quarts o’ milk put In of Whleh are made of ■olid ailver.
portant office» were retained in them.
provided by law at ths time of their ground disturbed by harrowing, it haa gine room for oil.
by one man. atxl twenty pecks o' po-! what la uot of ,llTe-
In the aaalgnmenta Northweet mem muster into service.
A considerable Dumber ot the miners
tatoes and half a bushel of onioua heavily gilded. All tbe disbee, knives,
bers have been placed as follows:
were Amerions, some of tbe officers
cultivated the growth is rank and cos reel estimating that probably more than Harriman Haa Plan to Boat Hill On from another; and when I get the forks and such utensils are of gold, set
Oregon—Ellis, on naval affairs, Irri
Ph llpplna Delegates Arrive.
flalm of tbe patent medicine he lived ' with precious stone*. Tbe kitchen it
gation anil lands; Hawley on agricul
Lumber Traffic. >
Washington, Dec. 25.—The Filipinos it has been somewhat overestimated for half of the victims are Americans, as
on for the last three months, I calcu-' self Is a work of art. Its ceiling is ot
ture and claim«.
are to have their re| rrsentathe in
late I shall juat about even up.
wondrous lacquer, aud its pillars of
Washington—Jones, on river« and Washington within a month, just a» general use; but that It has a place as a work.
riman, to keep up with hie rival, J. J.
"Of course," added this lenient sur-’ marble and ouyx. It ia an apartment
harbors; i'ashman, on interstate com the Porto R cane are represented by grass to l>e used in out-of-the-way
The l>arr mine is located on the west Hill, plane to spend over $1,000,000 in
places, where it can not, on account of side of the Youghiogbeny river, in
fit for Aladdin's wblms rather than a
merce ami private Isiidclaliaa; Humph Itelr-gate I.arrinaga.
equipping tbe Union Pacific railroad
rey, on election«, education, merchant with the act of congress, which provid the nature of the soil, form a dense *od Westmoreland county, along the line with newly designed freight care, built few dollars out o' pocket. I snan't be place of cookery. Mr. Will* in “Per
Much a place would be found on stony 'of the Pittsburg A lake Erie railroad,
grudge It to Amos.
marine and tlaberiea.
sia As It la.” gives an account of Per
especially to carry lumber.
ed for the election of a delegate, Bonito
“Oh. 1 forgot to say I had a nice sian
_ culinary matters, and also de
Idaho—French, on immigration, pub Ix-gaide and Pablo Ocampo arrived yes land, or rocky hill aid««.
40 mile« southeast of Pittsburg and 18 000 of theee care are to be ordered from
It will produce one or two gtxxi crops
lic lands and mines.
It the Pittsburg Pressed Steel Cai com talk with the plumber, and be a will-1 *erlbes the beautiful xherbet-iqxxtns of
terday at Ban Francisco, Ixiund for on farm lands, then it should be either miles northweet of Connelsvilie.
fix» K house
Filo > dreen
leoon . .
• . •
Ing to tal-a
take f the
During Ita two hours and twenty Waahington, to look after the intereets
is one of the largest of the Pittsburg pany, at $1,000 each.
tbe country, which, although not made
plowed up and a crop of grain taken
minute«' »««»Ion the house got down to ol the Filipino people here.
of gold or silver, are highly prized.
When put in service they will be pipe and «luk claim.
Benito off, or els» given a g<xxl discing to pre Coal company.
actual work and transacted considerable Legaide is at present a member of the
There was much drunkenness here used solely for carrying lumber. They
“It aiu't overly profitable for a man
Tbe meals of the Shah are not social
vent its forming such a dense s<xl
business. All that had remained to committee first appointed to
to This grass, like most ot the others, will tonight, some of the men who got a will have twice the capacity for that to live alone, not as I figure it; not occasions, and be knows little of tbe
make this possible was the announce Washington,
good' start on account cf the holiday purpose ot the present care, an.l will for those that's left when be goes. I benefit of Jollity combined with tbe act
do beat on rich moist land; but at the continuing their carousal after the ex
ment of the committee appointment
thus enable the Union Pacific to lower mean. I guess Amoa managed as well of eating. Ills breakfast take« place
came time will witlistand
revere plosion In celebratlou of their escape.
which was made tmlay by the speaker.
its lumber carrying rates.
Mr. Hill aa most do. give ’em their head."
Hawley Presents Memorials.
at 12, a solitary meal, the mouareb
drought, if the sod doee not l>ecome too
The several chairmen l*came alert with
'. new air shaft for the mine is being will be forced to do likewise and will
squatting before fifty dishes or more.
Washington, Dec. 19.— Representa dense.
regard to their rights, and forced the
constructed, work having been started probably be forced to equip hia lines
tive Hawley lias presented to the house
From these be selects a few of the
All kinds of stock seem to relish eith on it several months ago.
reference to oom in it tees of several prop
Had this with the new style caie to keep from
the following memorials of the Oregon er the grass or hay made from it if it is
simplest, and quenches bis thirst with
ositions on which Immediate action was
bean completed, it is said, the lose of losing money. The new cars will carry Value of the Spirit of Comproiaiae
House joint me cut early.
desired. This was not accomplished,
life today would have been much lees 50,000 feet, against 20,000, the capaci
lu Wedded Elfe.
morial No. 64, favoring legislation for
I lead silence reigns; the royal but
however, without more or toes deflate,
If marriage meant the wedding of
the relief of aettlera on unsnrveyed
ler« hand tbe magnificent plates and
which at times grew warm.
The following publications ol interest
ends; senate joint resolution favoring
bonis ivltlsrut a sound.
The first money appropriated by the
no problems to solve, no per feet Ions to
Makes Traveling Safer.
Scene of Wild Disorders.
the pensioning of veteran» of the Ban to farmers and others have l>een issued
Dinner Is eaten at 0 In the evening,
present congress was awarded today.
Omaha, Neb., I^Se. 21.—That safety
Teheran, Dec. 19.—Tbe situation attain, no progress to make. This may and differs from tbe morning meal ,n
nick war; senate concurrent resolution by the Agricultural department of the
The ameunt wa» $M>,0(MI, and It Is Io
No. 20, favoring the promotion of Col Federal government and will lie fur devices save Um Is and lives ia demon here lias become more threatening. be why there are no marriages lu elatioratlou and the fact that It Is en
be used in supply of the seed deficiency
onel James Jackson to the grade of brig nished free, so long aa they are avail strated by the casualtr report ot the The reactionaries have taken possession heaven.
cause.I by the destruction by fire of the
In spite of of and are now holding the gun square
On earth It is different. Husband livened b.v a band.
adier general on the retired list, and able, except where otherwise noted, Union Pacific railroad.
government seed warehouse In this city.
The food Is very varied and the cook
w'.fe are strongly human. No mat
senate joint resolution favoring an in
The house will meet again on Hatur-
ing extravagant Lambs, roasted whole
ter bow lovingly united or how sweet
crease in pensions of Indian war veterans
day, on which day adjournment fori
duting 1907 was 1,209, as compared the number of about 10,OtM) have erect their accord, tney never have the same and stuffed with almonds, raisins,
Office, Washington, I). C.:
Christmas holidays will la« taken.
dates and pistachio-nuts, aud sparrow
Farmers' Bulletin No. 46.—Irriga
ed barricades extending for miles temperaments, tendencies or tastes.
How to Make Travel Safe.
and pomegranate uoup enter into tbe
By F. H. tains a list of the principal train acci around the parliament buildings. Tbe
Washington, Dec. 25.—Every citlxen tion in Humid Climates.
Their needs are different, their man
Slaughter of Minora.
delicaciea of the cuisine,
of the United fltate« la more or lees in King, professor of agricultural physics, dents of the year, with a statement of latter are acting solely on tbe defensive ner of looking at things is not Identi
Waahington, Dec. 26. — Tho coal terested in the question of safe opera college of agriculture, University of the causes and consequences in each «nd in an orderly manner.
The rough cal and In varying ways their Individ are a favorite drink. They are merely
mines of th« United Htatee arc killing
tion of railway trains, and that the ma Wisconsin, and physicist of the Wis case. Each wreck was investigated by elements are aiding the reactionaries ualities assert themselves. At any crit water sweetened and flavored with
three timer aa many mail per 1,000 em jority of people believe that the rail consin agricultural experiment station. a special committee consisting of oper and thousands of mnrdere and some
fruits, and Iced.
ical momeut If both express at tbe same
ployee aa thoee of moat European coun- roads are not doing all they could do to Pp. 27, tigs. 4. Treats of the neces ating or other officials of the road.
looting have occurred.
Thia sherbet Is drunk from large
triea. In the last 17 year« 22,840 men
wooden spoons, delicately carved and
reduce the fearful toll of life which the sity, advantages, and methode of sup
have given up their livre in the mine« operation of American railways exacts plemental irrigation in humid regions.
Does Immens« Business.
After Pullman Company
of great value. A man often shows
ness. This makes matrimony not mere
of thia country.
Aa many violent annually ia evident from the fact that
Circular No. 66.—Irrigation From
New York, l'oc. 21.—That one job
bls wealth tn the great variety and
San Francieoo, Dec. 19.—Interstate ly union, but unison and unity.
tlealha have occurred in the mine« dur there haa been an Insistent public de Upper Bnake River, Idaho. By H. G. bing firm affiliated with the American Commerce Comaaiaeioner Franklin K.
costliness of bls sherbet-spoons. They
Tbe spirit of eotupromlse does not
ing the last six years, aa during the mand for the Interstate Commerce com Itaachbacber. Pp. 16. figs. 1.
Tobacco company does a business ol lane, who i« now in San Francisco,
are made of pear wood, and are from
preceding 11 year«.
The number fatal mission to take up the question.
Circular No. 67.—Investigations ot $13,000 099 a year in New York City has dispatched a special examiner to mean a continuous perfi ruiance In tbe one to two feet In length, with tiowls
accident» each year la now donble that
e Irrigation Practice in Oregon. Ry A. and Yonkers wa» brought out today in SL Paul to take testimony in the com fice; it does not mean i-eaalng to be a which sometime« hold a tumblerful.
of the year of 1805.
In 1908, 6,861
P. Stover, Irrigation Engineer, Irriga the bearing ot the government’s action plaints lodged against the Pullman Car
Close Alaskan River Fishing.
Tbe carving Is as fine and elaborate
men were killed or injured, the dead
tion investigations, office of experiment against the company before Uniteti company. Theee complaints take the voice aud becoming an echo; It doee
as lace-work, aud the wood in places
numliering 1,061 and the injured 4,800.
stations. Pp. 30, tigs. 4.
form of pretests against the charges of
Roosevelt Indicated that he would set
la cut so thin as to be traualueent. Tbe
B. Bendheim, p-esident of the Metro the oom pan y, the service and alleged rlduallty. It niesns simply tbe In bowls are often ornamented with In
aside Wood river, in Alaska, for sal
Lettera Wilt Roach Fleet.
politan Tobacco company, te»ti6ed with discriminations.
The real significance
mon propagation. The order will pro
Au oil with which they
Cook together a tebleejxioufnl of bat
Washington, Deo. 19.—The Navy de hibit salmon fishing in this river. Thia
reference to this concern. Over 75 per of tbe hearing liee in the tact that It out of a dlfflcalty, tbe quickest tacking
are treated darkens tbe originally
partment today aent a wleeleae message arrangement was taken on recommend
cent of the jobbing business of New is the first attempt of the commission to avoid a collision, tbe kindly view of
light-colored wood. No two «poons are
to Captain J. B. Murdock, of the hat- ation to the president by a delegation bubble pour upon tlrem a large cup of York City was controlled by the Mot to regulate the business of the Pullman tolerance in tbe presence of weakness
exactly alike, and some are real works
tleehip Rhoile Island, with the Atlan of fishermen presented by Henator Ful
ropoliten, Mr. Bendheim stated.
and errors of another, the courage to
tia fleet en route to Trinidad, inform ton, of Oregon, and Delegate dale, of pinch of baking soda haa bean added,
meet an explanation half way. tbe gen of art
The Persian considers a silver »[>oon
ami a gill of oyster liquid. Stir In a
ing him that hia wife, who haa been Alaska.
Naw Grand Jury at Work.
Want the Holidays Ended.
erosity to be first to apologise for a
abomination to touch to tbe lip«.
smooth sauce, lay In the oysters, sea
aerionaly 111, la better. For the bene
San Franciaco, Deo. 21.—The new
flan Francisco, Dec. 19.—The flan discord, tbe largeness of mind that
Tbe tiny teaepoons of sliver have a
son with salt and white pepper, and oonnty grand jury held ita first session Francisco Clearing House association
fit of frlenda and relative« of the sailors
does not fear a sacrifice of dignity in
Bill to Increase Pension
filigree bole in the bowl, aud are used
cook until the edges just begin to curl, yesterday and after quickly perfecting adopted the following resolutions,
on the lattleahipn, the Navy depart
arrenderlng In tbe Interests of tbe
l>ec. 20. — Senator then pour tn gradually, stirring all ths
ment wlahea It made known that mall
the details ol organiMtinn took up the which were sent to Governor Gillett: ilgheet harmony of the two rather only for stirring.
matter deotinrd for the 15,000 men Bourne haa intrixiuced a bill increasing time, two well-beaten eggs Cook for case of the missing Colton securities “Resolved, Thst it is the unanimous
kan the personal vanity.—Delineator.
A Strtklwa Mwwwaaewt.
afloat In the big ahi pa oan be aent at the pension of Milton B. Hammond to only half a minute and serve.
and the connection of former officials of opinion of the clearing house banks and
the regular rate« for domeetic poet $30 monthly and submitted photographs
the California Bate Deposit A Trust hankers of San Francisco that the hol
Nowhere in the world can be found
Labor of A ata.
Make a paste of the whit« of on«
showing the character of Hammond's
oympany with the disappearance of val idays have served the purpose for which
a more striking monument than that
and the yolks of three eggs, one onnee
disability of the right arm.
It would perhaps be pushing met*
uable stocks and bonds. A number of they were declared, and they are no
erected on the shores of Lake Iasy-
Ambassador to Investigate.
witneaace were examined, and tbe tak longer required by the financial situa phors to an unwarranted extreme to Kul, In central Asia, In honor of the
Naw Northwest Postmasters.
of salt and enough sifted flour to make ing of testimony had not beenjooncluded
Waahington, l*ec. 19.—Prompt step*
tion, and that a copy hereof be tele-
Russian General Prjevalskl, a fa mon«
Washington, lMo. 20.— Postmaster« into a paste. Work It lightly; roll out when the meeting adjourned until teday. graphed the governor.’’
tion wtth the occupation of anta. But
will be taken by the Italian amliaaoa-
explorer of that region. The tomb Is
dor, Mayor dee Planch««, to ascertain
hollowed out In the summit of a Jut
the honorable lot of all cttlaena and
the exact facts concerning the ehooting Rhults, vice Craig Thom, resigned. Inch on a floured board. IJ ns soma
New Drydock Projected.
Limiting Inferior Courts.
ting cliff on the eastern margin of the
that all labora of whatever sort are
and killing of three I tai lane who bail
flan Francieoo, Dec. >1.—The Bulle
flt Paul, Dec. 19.—Attorney General
lake, and the monument consists of an
rice and bake tn a moderate oven until tin says that within a few months the
been imported to work In the camp« of vice Klaas Besemer, resigned.
Young, in an address here laat night, upon tbe aame level of respectability enormous rough hewn block of gray
dona. Remove the rlca. All with any Union Iron works will let a contract
the Tremont Lumber company. The
reoom mended that the Federal laws be
granite, twenty-five feet high, over
New Paymaster at Portland.
fresh berries or fruit sprinkled with for a floating drydock large enough to eo changed as to deprive inferior Fede saying even to tbe labors of an ant
probability la that the caae will reach
which Is thrown a chart of central
Washington, Deo. 20.—Captain Hen sugar. A spoonful of whipped cream accommodate all vessels that oom« to ral courts of the power to enjoin state htlt. Tor therein all are workers, from
the State department in the event that
the Investigation to be conducted by ry B. Dixon, paymaster, will proceed to on top of all la a nice addition. Pre- this port, with the possible exception official* from enforcing stae laws.
He the newly fledged callow to the vet-
the Italian officials bean out the report Portland for duty with station at Port serras or jam may ba used whan ftwah of the Pacific Mail liners Mongolia and would confine such jurisdiction to the eran of • eecond summer.—Harper's
regarding the tragedy*
trolls era net la aaaeoa.
United States Sapme court.
unti TIRI tuns TO 550 unir MOIE U VILI CHINESE