Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914, June 30, 1911, Image 2

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    CITÌRENT EVENTS
OF THE WEEK
SECRET
SOUGHT
FROM
Detect v»» Arrange Meeting
Mimgal« On Side.
WIFE.
of
Me-
Im* Angeles Th«- prosecution ar-
I ranged a stage sitting in the Me­
diae
Namara il.vnmnite conspiracy
unexpected
had
Weilneailav
that
They confronted
dramatic effects
Mr*. Ortie E. McManig.il with her
htvnband, one of the accused con
' spii ator*. tn an ante-room of the
, grand jury chamber and liefore the
fnterv lew ended she had fallen in
Gener»l Resume of Important Event* ,i swoon.
Later, when she emerged hvsteri
Presented in Condensed Form
eal from the ordeal. Attorney Joseph
for Our Busy Readers.
Scott. :m associate of Clarence l»ar
i-w in the defense of the McNamara
; brother*, rushed among the detec-
Jive* surrounding her a nd. w ith
Nebraska wheat raisers are using clenched tint«, swept them aside w ith
women as harxewt bands and paying threats of violence If they did not
the full scale.
cease "hounding this woman
The detectives said the object of
An angler at Coburg. Ore., caught
the Interview was to have McMan
ten fish in five casts, using «several
igal induce his wife to change her
hooks on hl« line.
attitude and abandon the defense.
in accordance with pre-ararnged
General Wood’s plan for abandon-
Mrs
MeManigal was taken
ing some of the small military posts plans
will not affect the Vancouver bar- before the grand Jury to be told that
she was not exempt from testifying
racks.
again*! the McNamara brothers on
By the bursting of a reservoir at the ground that she might incrimi­
She was also in
Grand Junction. Cal.. 5.000 cattle nate her husband
were drowned, but no other lives formed that by refusing to tell what
she is believed to know of the dis
were lost.
aster to th«- la's Angele* Times
An investigating committee in Chi­ building October 1. 1910. when 21
cago says that society leaders are employes lost their liv«»t. she laid
the owners of many dives, but the herself liable to a jail sentence for
names are withheld.
contempt, and to |s>ssible pn'secution
Mildred Holland, an actress, was as an accomplice in the alleged plot
Doings of the World at Large
Told in Brief.
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
PROGRESS OF OUR HOME STATE
GOOD APPLE CROP IN EAST
CONVICTS TO BUILD ROAD.
Governor
West Plan» Route
Portland to Salem.
From Northwest
Condition
Brighten
Season Advance*.
*1
WOMEN AS HARVESTERS.
Send U* Women” I* Cry From Di*
trivi» in Nebr.iskJ.
HARRIMAN MEK
GEIHS UPHELD
tlimilui Title wi-i-k wheat uml out
lull v<-*t will bettln In Hi«- i-ountleu
iiliuig tin- *outh line of tin- Htuti- and
before til«- end of nmitlii'l ' week It all'
be III full »wing Ihiougli I the South
l-lntte country.
In other yenr* the crj "si-mi ui-
men ’ hn* been lu-urd fur miil w Illi 1
from the fnrtnet». but (lilt yenr the No Changes In Rates Made—Neglect
The fai tu
iipt-ciil ha* been t-hiin*«'<l
to Secure Santa Fe Is
er* are i xi-lalmllig. "Hend us worn
Proof
Pacific ( oast Hoads Not Actual
Competitors.
(lev < i nor West's proposal to i».<-
The N'orthwestei u Fruit Kxi-liange
cony lets in building a tmslel highw ay gives the following report of apple
lietween Pot timid mid Salem has crop condition*: •
Since the dale of our last bulletin.
aroused interest and approval among
No !H, no cliiinges of ipeciul Im
business men. good roads i-nthti»la>.(s IHirtuiice have been re|HU(cd to the
mu) the |>«»>ple who lh<> along the exchutige
Statements III regard to «•n.”
pro|>osed line of construction.
tile crops oust ot the Missouri liver
and
During
liarvoet,
«tucking
Not only would the road shorten ure conflicting In many way«, but threMliing Nebiaxlu» fill Ul Wliges lor
St. lamie The Government’« peli­
the
general
tom-
confirms
the
prevl-
yenr* have been around $-' -’-t1 m»l
th«' length of travel tietween Poit
noli
tu etijoln (tu- Noitlu-m Puliti«-
ously
reiterated advices that the $ t mt a da.i
Then- wa« mi advance
land mid the capital, it is said, but
yield In those districts will be much of 50 cent* u day last year.
The iiilliond i-iuitinulug tu cuntrol thè
it long desired Ideal of connecting larger than has been harvested for la*t year price* will rule till» s<-ii*on.
Suuthi-rn l'iiiltli- inlltuud wa* di*
t'regon's metrto|s>li«< mid the WillaA a number of year*.
Many sections and during the latter part of Jun«-, lill**i-d by thè l'nlt«*il Siate* Circuit
ette valley with roads easily traver­ In the east have been vlslti-d with the whole of July and a poi timi of
Jtidg«-
abundant ruins which have helped Aiiguat th«- dally fiuui wage will hi­ Court ut thè i-ightli dlulrii-t
sable would lie realized.
Ellu-r H Aduni* wtote (I h « majority
strengthen the situation
Oil the from $3 to $ : .'«<• f«n n lo hour day
One lead»
Two routes are open,
I'ntll Itixt year tin« men hud th« opinimi, whlcb » m i-onciirrvd In by
whole, the ruins have been of exce|v
through the country on the east side tlonal value ut tills time, following alietilllte right of wav, but now th« -y
Judge Sunborn uml foinu-r Judge,
of the Willamette through Oregon tin« extremely hot weather and *e are bi Ing crowd«'«! out and to quit«- m«w Supi«-m«- Court .liiutlc«- Vaud« ■
The June drop will an extent me being replaced
City and is shorter than the second i ere drouths
Hoi <
xaiiter
Judge Wllllum C.
young women.
wrotK n dlHucntlng opinion
route on the west siile of the Wil be much heavier than was exacted,
while n numlu-r of localities report
The di-i-i«-«- wa* entered ut Sall
lamette passing through
Newberg
blasting of some varieties. It seems
l.llkl- Citi, wlll-t«' Ilo- sull W«l“ filed
and Dayton mid including the 12 nule certain that New York mid Michigan,
hi Fi-bruniy, limx. uml ili«« opinione
stretch between Rex and Tigardvim- lit least, will have bumper ; yields.
burnii ,1 down in Ht l'aul. Halt laike
That convict* build gissi roads Is especially In the full varieties, The
Citi limi bete
Judge Adams found that th» mil
demonstrated by­ the stability of high Virginias promise a very fair crop.
Portland Hav id t'ampbell. X riel Illi toad inerger. engllleeled III tile late
way* in other states where they have although smaller than that of ’ Hili,
Information frnni New York state chief of the Portland Fire I s pill I E. Il I Im i Innin und his associates
been put to work, The value of th«-
subsequent ly, did Hot
road in
. shown by
.... the
.... increase in
... . under recent date shows Ilea vier ItiK-nt, was kllb-d ut 8 t."> Mondai In l!«ol and
u mouiK to n direct uml substantial
sentenced to one year in the peniten­
the value of the land through which ‘lyyt'l'lugs than is considered dealr
morning, while binding n d«-s|>«iiite H Hlmliit of tunte. Interstate or lutei
CIRCLES NIAGARA FALLS.
tiary of New York state for attempt­
it is built. In southern Marion conn able in some localities, while others
ing to commit suicide.
tv. for instance, the prune grower* report blasting, but on the average light on fliinu-H surrounding thousands iiutlonul.
Ile foumi that the suppression of
Daring California Aviator Made a got together ami taxed themselves ti 1 condition* indicate nil exceedingly of gallon* of oil In the I'nlon Oil
An Alaska miner, thought dead,
l'ompitltloti lietween the I ululi I'll
build rock highways, They did this,1“1’«'’ volume of tonnage.
Dangerous
Trip.
and
t'ompmiy
s
plant
nt
Kust
Wntcr
visited his home in. Derby, Conn., and
« IIII- uml thè Southern l’m-lfii wue *o
Michigan re|iorts are of the same
when they found
East Salmon strc«-t.
Th«- fir«- w .1 -, liitmlti-simnlly simili timi It was uti-
there saw a monument erected to
Niagara Falls—With a whir of his steadily losing at that they would Is- general character.
their
busincsn
with
his memory in the cemetery.
biplane. Lincoln Beachey. the Cali out roads over
ln connection with this
Virginia report* are recent and one that Imperiled the live* ot scolm lm|H>rtant
which they might
fornia aviator, after circling alsive
of tlK-m-'ti mid thousands of on look fi-ature of (In- decision. .Imi-:«- Villini»
Senator Lorimer's friends deny cor Niagara, swooped beneath the upper haul their crops to distributing r< n- comprehensive The Shenandoah Vai ers
The plant was d*»tioy«-d. nt a iclted thè r»«crnt Standard oil «I«
ruption and liquor men are attacked. steel bridge and down the gorge ters. The Inctease per in-re in tin- lev and eastern panhandle of West 14
of $1 on.uoo
iclulon. In w hlch tIn« rule --f i< i-• n
prune belt was from $ '• t<> f«u. th« ■ Virginia promise crops of unusually
Chh*f Cainpbeh not <lenth whHe wuk tirsi laid down by the fulled
President Taft sends message of almivt to the whirlpool.
cost
averaged
about
$2
an
acre
Th«-
fine
quality,
but
on
tin«
whole
the
Rising again between th«' sides of
making
«’ffortK to plan th»* State* Sut*ri-mi- Court
greeting to King George, and wishes
the lower river. Beachey went to- prune growers find that building mid quantity Will hardly exceed 60 or 65 handling of a dantCvrouM th«* that ha«l
J iii I k " Hook. In til* dl**i-iitlng opln
friendly relations to continue.
maintaining
good
made
is
exceeding
per
cent
of
lust
year's
harvest.
The
ward the Canadian side, where be
■<
I m ' fii dtfvlng control.
lie *iilk»*d ion. rulli thè majority opinion
ly
profitable.
R
is
said
th«-
convict
shortage
is
attributed
to
the
Inst
coolly Into th«* burning place In greatly nniiiiw* thè act of «ongn •
Pastors at Colville. Wash., have made a splendid landing. It was the built mad which Governor West pro
late frost, and the excessive drouth search ot a pourdblv solution to th«’ limi verv little I h lift of II abiti
first time a birdman had cut the air
formed a baseball nine and will
po*> * would lie even more profitable, lasting three weeks
The drop has grave problem that confronted him
match games for the benefit of a crossing the Canadian border.
and
the
construction
might
be
made
also tieen abnormally heavy.
American
The and hi« men. Warned of the risk, he
Wh- n
crossed
Majority opinion
church building fund.
to include both sides of the river.
falling off In the older orchards, said »Imply that it uua tie»-» -aais
<•<1 on ”fh<* T ilion Fai llie
While a pastor in Wheeling. Va .
which bore heavily last year, will t». for him to go Inaldr.
ie*i«*by hnvt* lawfully put
WIDE FIELD BENEFITED.
preaching, a highwayman holds
'offset, to a large extent, by th«« gr««at
«»litro! of all the gt<-nt rail
As he pa>>ed to the <»iiter of th«*
the church treasurer in the ante­
acreage of young orchards just com- building a fearful explosion wreck’d
i-riiM In th«* I nit. -I Stat«-» ”
room. who had just made the collec­
Adanw pi«fiiitM: I lili opinion
The Shenandoah th«* oneetory concnde »tructur«* Th*
Shower* Have Been General Through Ing Into bearing.
tion. and escapes.
Ntah'invnt that
(•over n
Valley was visited bv severe ball, chief wa» piling«*«! to death in a
Out Pacific Northwest.
iMt prov$‘ that
i ent raint
lightning and wind storms on June seething cauldron, amid ( oiim of de
The secret of the destruction of
Soaking rains that fi-ll throughout 6. th«« effect of which could not be brlH
in th«’ bill wiiM «ul»
Th«i»* wio» tcouble In identify
the battleship Maine will never be
iii ter a-« the dir»-< (
Oregon and the Northwest U m
determined at the time of our ml ing him wh«’ii the body un.s r«’inoved
known, according to a statement of
«•ff«*«’t of th«« combi
Accumulation of
the chief engineer, for the wreck
vices Whatever damage has resulted thr«*»’ hours later
I
of the week have
gaH«*M g«*n«*int«’d in empty oil tanka
xias so complete that it cannot be
value to farmers, according to re in th«« southern parts of the valley and exposed to th«* heat la giv» n an
. tbh
told whether the vessel was blown
may be equalized by the benefit of
jmrts from Oregon i and Washington rainfall in the northern sections.
th«* cauae of th«* fatal eipl<*<Bioii
up from within or without.
Twelv«« or more firemen, working
towns. Coming on i the h«-els of on«-
WAR VESSELS IN REVIEW.
The John Day Valley. Oregon, wool
at th«* north of th«* building, were
of the longest dry periods known in
OREGON CITIES PAVING.
clip will be 1.000.000 pounds.
¡nearly caught by th«* heavy concr«*t«*
state. when in
I
eome disi ricts
Nation»
Represented
st
wall aHiich collapaed under th«* for< • Eighteen
PORTLAND MARKETS.
crop outlook was approaching Numerous Town» Are Engaged In of th«* «'Xploalon
Gathering» of King's Fleet,
Thia wall fell out
Some Permanent Street Work.
ward Into the itre«t and the flr«*m«-n
zero, the jubilation of farmers is
Portsmouth Th«* wiirwlilp* of th«-
_Wheat—Track
prices:
Bluestem.
marked,
Grand«*—-The Warren Construc­ avoided it by a ma«l acramble. a uorld boomed a royal salute In honor
While grain generally is
h«*avy
ruah
of
air
from
the
centei
9709714c: club. S6087c: Russian, 85
pretty well along, they gay th«- rains tion com|>any bus completed the pav­
of England « sailor king
Bright sun
©86c; Valley, 87c; 40-fold. 87c.
wil have a tendency­ to till out th«- ing of Sixth street and has ts-gun of explosion lending Impetua to their nhine came at lR*t to lend its brill
flight.
Battalion
Chh
’
f
Young
waa
crop. and that the quality will by­ work on Main avenue.
Washington
Inncy to one of tin* tnoM Impre h |\••
Millstuffs — Bran.
$24 50025
per
thtoun Into th«» afreet and struck by
greatly Improved.
«(•••I m m of all the gorg«*ouK pageantry
avenue I* also being graded mid the
ton; middlings. $31; shorts. $25.50©
fly
ing
u
r«*<
kag«*
and
Patrolman
Evan»«
In twelve hours a little over half rock has been laid for one block Ou
H((« iiding lh<* < < ji <>nat Ion of Georg»’
26: rolled barley. $29.50030.50.
waa kiKM'ked down by a bit of con V
an inch of rain fell, making a total Elm str«-<-t everything Is awaiting the
crete. Neither wae badly hurt.
Corn—Whole, $29; cracked. $30 per
precipitation of 35.55 j inches since I "hot stuff” which will Is- applied as
In a double line elx rnlles In length
ton.
Ortie E. McMamgal. Accused as Los Septemb«-r 1. » 22 inch»-»,
inch«* under nor­ soon as Main avenue fs completed
flouted th»- nilglith t of Britain « war
WOMEN
EXPECT
SUFFRAGE.
Barley—Choice feed $27 per ton.
Angeles Times Dynamiter, Whose mal. The indications are that show With these and other street* paved
ships.
The lines were joined at
either end by a two mile ^indch of
Wife is Now Central Figure in Case ers will continue in th«- «-astern part and Second. W«-st, Adams and South
Oats—No. 1 white, $.’7.50 0 28 per
of the stat«-—the showers being mon­ : Fourth macadamized. I.a Grand«- will Order of Minister I» All That I> smaller craft uhlle <»fT the lab* of
ton.
general over the Willamette -benefit i surely
Wight IN foreign u - hm -I m
dt» ^s«<|
Required in Mexico.
have
as
many
first das»
Hay—Timothy. Eastern Oregon. No Falls he was about 2100 feet in the
'ing practically the entire state.
in glittering colors
Among them
str«-et* as any town or city of its
1. $20021;
light mixed. $18019: air. Dropping, on hie second circle,
Mi-xlco
City
A
*uffrtig<>
movement,
The rain extends over Eastern size in Oregon.
wim the American dreadnought l»ela-
heavy mixed. $16017; alfalfa. $12.50 he went well to the southwest.
Washington
and
Northern
Idaho.
whlcb promise» tn becoin«- a factor war«’, tin- gr«ateMt an<l ni<> t power­
Once over the cataract he lowered
©13; clover, $12 50013; grain hav.
where .23 of an inch fell,
ful of all the hug»’ fighting ships in
Lincoln
his planes. He caught some of the
Sa1<-tn— Th«- city council has agreed in M> xl< an i»>lltli ». was launch«-«! ■«-
$13.50014.50.
county. Washington, is aariured a
tin- vast nrrnadn a- m » inl>'» <l th«-:«*
surfac«- pavement on «••ntly by it woman’s club number
Poultry—Hens, 15016c; broilers. 20 wash from the outlet of th«- power 15.000,000-bmhei crop as a result of to lay hard surface
Th«’ narrow waters of the Solent
East Stat««
State *tr«-«-t
str«-«-t Instead of ma Ing in it* membership many of the
@22c; ducks, young. 15c: geese, nom­ tunnel which shoot* over the side : the shower*.
never held »<» larg«* a <!«•• ’
It was
It is the plnn of the state more proriiliu-iit women of th«« ciipi th«- mow! effertlv«’ ev«-r brought t< .
cadam.
inal; turkeys, 20c; dressed, choice, of the precipice.
The space through which In- flew
to
construct
a
Isnilevard
connecting
25c.
tai under the n«-w regime. In a pc g'-tli«-r
UNITED WORK PLAN.
Ev«-ry <1.»
u . ih r<-| t
« nt< «1
the penitentiary and the asylum If tltlon direct«-,! to Emilio Vuoqm-z and every one of th«« is*, «hips an­
Eggs—Oregon ranch, candled, 21c is 16$ feet high and barely 100 feet
si«le.
The
digitane'-
froni
from
side
to
this
street
Is
pav«*«l.
and
that
will
per dozen: case count, 20c per dozen:
i è -tn- / :
mlnlater of Interhir, mor« chored uas ready for a«tlv.- h » ivi <«
the brink of thè falls to thè bridge Three Organizations to Labor for mean much travel on the street and
Eastern. 19© 20c.
than i 5<m woin«-n. w ho alyl« them
at which he made thè dtp is about
council,
makes
in the Judgment of the
selve* "friend* of the people,” «)■-
Butter—City creamery extra. 1 and
Good Roads.
It is estimateli 150.000
4200 yards.
House Party Is Fatal.
it Imperative that a hard surface ma nd th«- right to vote hih I hold
2-pound prints, in boxes, 24c per
persons witnes •d th«- flight.
Co-operation with all organizations pavement be laid.
office,
They announce tl-«-lr choice
Nantucket,
pound; less than box lots, cartons
Muss - Two
young
in th«- state that are inter«-st<-i| in
for president and vice pr> slib nt. «$«- women, H«-b n Wilson, of New York
and delivery extra.
Child Beaten to Death.
rhe
good
roads
movement
will
be
evi-ry
favor,
respectively. t'lty, and Mildred D«-Hav« n of Brook-
Medford—Last year nearly 100.000 i «daring
Cheese—Twins, triplets and daisies.
Chico, Cal.—Helen
Rumbel.
13 one of rhe objwUr of the Oregon square yards of hard surface pave- Francisco I. Madero and Dr. Fi an ' lyn. an<l on«« ____
man. , I I vhhiv , Palimi,
14©14'4c
14©l4kjc per pound; Young Amer-
Association
for
Highway
Improve
years old. beaten for neglecting a
I lost their Hies In i a tire which «fi­
rnent was laid In Medford. .Ton­ elico Vnsqiiez Gomez.
leas. 15©15>4c.
nient.
If their petition rec«-lvc« th«- at vtroyed a boathouse ■ owned la w
t ract s
aggregating
nearly
150,(mo
Pork—Fancy, ln^lO^c per pound, task, Is dea«l in her home near Grid­
At a meeting of the dirt-ctor* of square feet were carried over for telltion tin- women appear t«> expect lam Harm
Mrs. Emma Rumbe], her step­
I
h
Jr. ehulimun of th«-
Veal—Fancy, llks@12c per pound. lev.
the,
association
held
recently,
it
was
This amount. the department of the Interior will ; New York It* pulilleun state commlt-
Fresh Fruit—Strawberries. Oregon. mother. and Arthur Lewis, her step­ decided to become identifietl with completion this year,
to««.
I
command
all
Si-vi-rul other |ier*on* w«-re III
$1 25© 1.75 per crate; gooseberries. brother, are held by a coroner's Jury the Oregon Development League and with what has tieen contracted for the republic authorities throughout
to Inscribe the nani«* Jure«! among them Thoma* Kerr, of
to answer to charges of murder, and
this season, to date brings the total
5© 6c per pound; apples. $1©3 per
the
Oregon
State
Grangi-
for
th«-
pur
of
all
women
have been rushed to the county jail
desiring to exercise tin­ New York City.
box: cherries, $1.20(01.50 per box: at Oroville for safety.
pose of working out a uniform legis­ up to 270.(100 square yards to be laid franchise on tile to., of voters and
The ■ tir«- was started til­ a mutch
SOSlOkic per pound: apricots. $1.50
this year.
lative
program
that
would
I««-
ac
­
to
accept
their
ballots together with tboiightli-sely th row n on a recently
The countryside is half crazed with
©2 per crate; cantaloupes. $2.50©
ceptable
to
all
interests
in
the
»tat«-
those of th«- men
The petitioner* oiled floor.
rage.
\lrnost Immediately ttle
Forest Grove Street Improvement tinse their demands on guarantees
3.25 per crate; peaches, $1.5001.75
The ass«i«-iation will carry on a
Lew is and Mrs. Rumbel reported
' room win filled
I
with flames, and
per «rate.
work
is
going
rapidly
on.
Ditches
campaign
for
additional
funds
Hr-
contained in the con at I tut Ion, which, i those w ho escaped
that the girl had committed suicide.
<
dl<l so «inly by
Sack Vegetables—New carrots, $2 An inquest, Instituted Immediately soon as the Oregon I)« v«-lopm«-nt for th«- curbing on Main street from they declare, applies to worn« n as
Jumping overboard
per sack; turnips. $2; beets. $2.
'developed that the girl's body wae League has determined
positively North Second avenue to Pacific ave well M to their brothers.
The botile* of the dead wore r<-
Potatoes—Old. $3 per hundred; new a niass of bruises, and that h«-r face vhat action it will take In helping nue have been made and are prac
'covered. but both were burned be­
California. 4©-5c per pound.
,jn death remained black from the th«- associatkin to arlvanc«- the g«sid tlcally readv to receive the concrete
yotid recognition.
roads movement.
mixture. Rock Is being delivered for
Vegetables—Asparagus, 75©90c per choking she had received,
Father See» Child Burn.
box; beans. 10© 12'4c; cabbage, $3
Th«- b-gislatlv«- commltte«- of th«- constructing the 18 blocks of bard
Seattl«-
Playing within sight of
Stat«- Grange will be asked to meet surface streets for which the city
p>er hundredweight; corn. 20025c per
Creeds Cast Red Pepper.
Libel Caie* Fall Fiat.
his father, little Francis Gouthro, « L
the directors at an early date to has contracted.
dozen: cucumbers, $1©1.25 per doz­
Lansing, Mich.—R«-d pepper was
S"«tth-
Jmlgp Wlkiin R Gay. hi
year-old
en: eggplant, 15c per pound; garlic. [thrown about and a shotgun was
dlsciiss pro|u»o d laws covering th«-
non of B«-n Gouthro, a
dis­
10© 12c per pound; lettuce, 30©36c plave(| aggressively in a riot among road question, C E. Spence, of fire-
Raker Street paving In Baker ha“ («■arnlng contractor residing at 1503 tli<‘ Crlmlnnl D«*partm«-nt of thè 811
per dozen; hothouse lettuce, $1.25® members of the Mayflower Congr«- gon city; c. I. Shaw, of Albany and b«-«-n d*lay«-d several times, hut ac East 77lh street, was burned to death P<-rlor Ctmrt lui* nnnoiinced tlmt h>-
1.75 per box; peas. 5©6c per pound; gational Church and adherents of A. I. Mason, of Hotsl Rlv«-i. m«-inb--r* five work Is now being pushed for­ Sunday, Th«- father had h«««-n work- would liiHtrui-t tho proMocut Ing ut
«4 th«- Grang«- commit!«-«-, a-sm«-«l ward. Baker Is doing so much pav­ ing alsmt l the horse* In the buck
peppers. 30©35c per pound; ra<il«>>es.
|"atter Dav
toim-y t<> dl*mi*H th<- « rlmliial llb« I
. “ SaTnt’s.
Th«- former
President Prall, of th«- Oregon A-s«s ing this year that there has been yard, while th«- boy played In th«-
12'-fcc per dozen; rhubarb, 1 '4©214c attempted
to t«-ar down an old
proKi-ciillon* b< gim ngalnst tho Sent­
elation
for
Highway
Improvement
of
per pound; tomatoes, $1.2501.75.
i(
;
- they had sold to the other
some anxiety that th«- delav might wagon. and the two were laughing ii«- Pont Inti-lllg.-m-cr ut tli<> lti“lam <-
church
Onions—Yellow, $3; red. $2.75 per[iojufr^ation. , and the latter drove giving their support to th«- otgamza- prove sufficient to prevent the com am) Joking together,
Suddenly the <>f th«- Tlini-s. nm| ngnlnnt tli«> Timi*
father heard a cry, ami. turning, ■a w I nt the instance « lif III«- Post llltelll-
hundred; crystal wax, $3.50 per bun- llff the Invaders, The Congregation tion.
pletion of all that Is contemplated.
his little chllil running. bls cotton gemer.
dred.
I alists say the property »as sold
Auto
Passenger
Service.
Hops—1911 contract*. 23© 25c per i with the understanding that, the
The Judge said ile would not snne-
Springfield—At an adjourned meet Jumper on fire and the flames blaz
poiinil: 1910 crop. 22c; 1909 crop. building be removed to another lo-
Jacksonville—Jacksonville an«l Med Ing of the common council a resolu Ing up about th«- child’s head.
tloll waste of the connty's noie) for
15©15'4c; olds. 8010c.
the purpose of avenging private
calfty and trouble began when the ford people are singing the praises tion was passed providing for an ad
Mohair—Choice, 36©37’^c pound.
grievances.
new owners kept it in its pm-««nt of V. C. thirst, who has established dltlonal bond Issue of $50.000, to be
Finder* Get Money Pot.
Wool—Eastern Oregon. 10016c per location.
in
street
Improvement
an automobile passenger service la- expended
pound, according to shrinkage; Val­
f'hey«
tin««. Wyo Reuben Stock well
This
action
Is
In
line
with
the
conn
tween the two cities. Mr. Gorst makes
Own Monument Visited.
iev. 14016>4c per pound.
Suicide a Private Affair.
ell’s plan to make Springfield a mod an«l 8. W White Monday won a suit
a
round
trip
every
hour,
ami
has
Cattle—Prime grain-fed steers, $6©
Derby, Conn.—Thomas
Mulcahy, found his way into popular favor to el city.
îx»s Angeles "Suicide Is a private
against William Taylor to recover
6 25; prime hay-fed steers, $606.25;
$1,(ino In gold which they fourni burled affair.
one of the few men whose lot has such an extent that he will soon put
There Is no more Justifica­
«1 < i«-o,,$5 7.'.-ij6, fair to good. $5 250
Corvallis—The
paving of Third In Taylor's cellar.
been vO see a monument erected to on another machine, lie Is also talk
5.50: common, $50* 25; prim* cows. his memory, has left home here to ing of putting on a truck to compete street was begun several days ago
Th«« two men were employed by tion for the publication of such ac­
$505.50; good to ch'dce, $4 75© 5; fair return to the Klondike, where h«- with the Rogue River Valley railway and the block lietween Madison and Taylor to deepen and enlarge th«« count* than there Is for publishing
other privi«« matterà ”
to good. $4.500 4.75; poor, $4.250 has spent his last 12 years. Shortly in hauling freight.
Jefferson, with a part of the one to excavation tinder his bous««. In doing
Ibis Is the lueu-rtlon of a commit-
4.50;
choice
heifers,
$5.50 0 5.75; after his departure from
the
work
they
dug
up
a
|*it
contain
12
the north. Is entirely finished. The
fee of the American Academy of
cnoice bulls.
mins, $4 50 0 5; goon
choice
good to
to choic
choice * vearl agf > uord ran H, of hi >. death
Ing
the
money.
—
Taylor
claimed
It
street, between Adams and Jackson
Coos Bay Timber Sold.
Medicine,
which
Investigated
th««
bulls. 14.25^4.50; choice light calves and a ni<>nuTnT‘nt was erect« d to his
and they gave it to him.
Later, question of suicide, ami In making
Is 52 feet wide.
ST'S".50; good to choice, SO.• .5^1 <; rnPrnorv
a local cemetery.
Six
Marshfli-ld—The annual meeting of
Stockwell and White decided to sue
Its report here r<-qu«-*ted the press
choico heavy, $5^5.50; choice stags., w<*«*ks ago Mulcahy returned home, th«- fkiuthern Oregon Co. was hold
Pendleton—The city council has for the return of the gold.
of America to refrain from further
S5.75^6.25; good to choice stags, 65.25 and since then has paid several visits nt Eniplr«« and n«-w officers arid dl practically agreed to pave 1500 feet
publication of such affairs.
rectors of the crmipany w«-r«- «-lectod. of Alta street, or the connection bo
© 5.75.
Baptists Appeal to Czar.
to the monument.
It became known positively that a tween Main ami Court streets. Th«-
Hogs—Choice hogs. $6.750 7; good
Philadelphia The Rev Russell II
Nitrogen Plant Explodes.
Taft is Caught in Storm.
majority «if the stock <>f (he company property abutting on the street In Conwell, of this city, and the Rev.
to choice, $6.50© 6 75; choice heavy.
Washington—A deluge of rain and had pa* <-d Into the hands of the eludes the courthouse and three F It. Meyer, of England, have I.... ..
»606.25; common, $506; stock, $6.75
Munich, Bavaria.—A
factory
at
hail accompanied by thunder and Menasha Wood«-nware Co. of M -n churches.
© 7.50.
selected by th«« executive committee Trostberg, employed In recovering
lightning
and a
Sheep—Choice spring lambs, $60
.......... „ ......
_ wind that attained [nsha. Win. The officer* elect«-«! w«-re;
of the Baptist World Alliance as en nitrogen from the nitnosphere, wa*
Grants
Pais—Contracts
for the
6 25: choice yparlfngs. $1 8005; good a velocity of 60 mil«* an hour today Pr«-*ldent, C. R. Smith, head of the
I
voys to St. Petersburg, to seek per destroyed by
a terrific explosion
paving
of
North
Sixth
street,
from
II
Company;
vlce-pr« sident,
to choice. $4.50© 4.75; fair to medium. | forced an adjournment «if th«- Sen- ; Menasha
mission from the Czar for the erec originating
from
some
unknown
I
Herbert
Armstrong,
local
r»-pr««s<-nta-
street
north
to
Evelyn
avenue,
ami
1404.25; choice ewe*. »303.50;
tlon of a Baptist university In that rnuee In a reservoir containing sup-
[five
of
the
compBny;
s«-cretary,
C.
G
the paving of B street from Sixth tn city.
to choice ewes. ,2.7503; fair to med open on the Chevy Cha«- golf llnk-
They will start, within six plies today.
Itim ewes $2 50© 2 75: good to choice caused th«- destruction of a building 1 Hockett, of North Bend; asslstnnt Seventh, have been let to the War­ weeks. Berlin has been selected Se
So far as known three lives were
heavy wemers ,3 7504; old heavy at the Soldiers i’ Home and played secretary, Frank H. Damon, of Pos­ ren Construction company, the rate the place for the next meeting of lost and six other persons were dan-
ton.
havoc with shade trees.
being *2.10 per square yard.
wether*, $3'04; mixed lots, ,405.
the Baptist Alliance.
(eroualy injured.
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