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KULIv ASOCIATKI) PHKSS REPORT.
ANTOItIA, OREOON, SINDAY MOKMXG, MIVKMUKU 28, 1817.
NO. 08. .
wit r i r ho 11 in 1 1 ur&mm&mmz&s
AND CHRISTMAS TURKEYS WOULD BE
MUCH MORE PALATABLE IF
COOKED IN ONE OF
BRIDGE & BEACH MANUFACTURING
FOR SALE BY J. N. LAWS
AT E. R. HAWES' OLD STAND
AIR-TIGHT STOVES OF ALL
We hate thr tt end rh4l Hut of rD awl Pencil
lablrlt Hi the ellr.
GRIFFIN & REED
UUU HTOItH Irt FULL
CROCKF.RY, LAMIH AND GLASS
WARE. HLITAllLK FOR PRK8KXT8.
Ross, Higgins & Co..
AM) SALT MEATS
W. F. SCHEIBE,
A full Una of Piiwa, Tobacco,
and Smukara' Arllclta.
474 Commercial Mt.
J. A. FASTABEND-
HOUHE, UHIUOK ANIJ WHAHK HUILIIRR
HOUSIC MOVING TOOLS HUNTED
UNION MEAT COMPANY
Shield Brand Hams, Bacon, Strictly Pure Lard
ALL KINDS OF CANNED MEATS
Oaarantted (ha Boat In tha Markal
CORNER FOURTH AND OLISAN STREETS - - PORTLAND, OREGON
OF THK MOBT
Foard & Stokes
rin Muale. tteiuee of All Kinds. Two
Cood Order and Everybody's Rights
Two Convcntlwis None Tickets for
OPINIONS OF Till: .SIKIKT
Abeat tiially HMdee Bcttcea Ihc laa
tfidates JUMoi. (.oedard aad
Dell Are Sato.
Mayor - I'. J. Taylor
Tnlfcc :omiiilloiicr Cliurk
Treasurer!'. J. Curncy
Audltor-ll. E. NcIhoii
Street SupcrinUmknt CharlcH
City Surveyor- II. Hell
City Attorney HarrlMtn Allen
llitrhor Muster Jainet Christie
First WiirJ, II. B. rerKiitun; See
onJ Ward, J. W. Welch: Third
Ward, Oniric Ooddard
.Major I. llerKinun
I'ollec CoimnlHi.iner - W. F.
Treasurer J. W. (nn
Auditor II. F. Nelson
Street Surerliitendeiit - J. .M.
City Surveyor - l C. llekkman
City Attorney-(ieorge Johnson
Harbor Muster- Juck Reed
First Wnrd.JeiiM Hansen; Second
Ward. C. C. I'tlnger; Third
Ward, CharleH (ioddard
City pltlc culmlnml y-!rday Ui the
namlnir f iwo tirkHa for lty oltlirr to
U W'"til Is-.fnliT th. Kr ka
much inwulii'ilon hi Iwi Ititlulifvcl In
xm lu the mtiko.ui) at Om lmxmln( city
lulmlrlnnillon. Now Hint H tHimln.i.
tlotin" huv. ln ttiinle ih j'.ijl nr a
mm li ui na Is-fotv. R.iulllfJia twivo
iium.il (Ukit which la a. irt of com.
irxiilM txwn tha alniwiirta anl the
itmrr ro'. n'htU- tlw iiun-p.irllnn o
rallnt. or i-ltlU'tia, hne !ut-J cunJIJiitM
ho ur a cotuprotiUse iKMwn'n the In.lf.
Iniukixa mij (niliht ilmiovrata.
All ymivrluy nTU'riuion und rv.nln
thim ua ik it h In if tulkf.l of hut polldra
on ttic atrevta. Oroiipa of nn-n g-.ithT'l
In tho cluh ami hu-l corrWora or HtoJ
hIkiiu tht atriM't comrra JlHcuaalnic the
altmitton. Wh.-n (h iimiiuiu.-mntn wrre
miuln ot the cuixllilHtm wl.vtM by thr
two oiHiwntlon. TltU'lm iia rife uml
liv.llotlona -rt fnvly ma.l to th
fatfl of the viuinua ramlhlntm. In anitii-iui.iri.-r
iM'ttlnir wna ev.'ii ItiiulK'"! In
on tlu mivmlty quratlon. Sotno offors
viw iiimli two to nn.' thnt lh-rvman
wiiuM uitrin Tivhr. No i,ikr Wi-tv
rfirtl, whllo on the other hnnl T.iy.
lor'n frlpnila were tstkilly i-ondclont th.it
he miM irr" the day. MaJiy nn;u
mintu Me inlviuiil cl.ilmlnK lluit the
l-iimi-a of tho ftwnt ndmlnlatrs'tlnn
would ni'.lltnte ainilnxt 'ho re-.lei'tlon i f
the pivsent lnrumlHns renomintitrd.
The foiii'MimiH of iitnon amnia to lie
tlwt Auditor tid Police JudKn Nolson
would auove.1 hlmiolf with little pihm.
tlon. Three out of five wvre conildent
t tin t Fnink Carney would lie elected trmt.
tirer. while others wen atronir In the
opinion Hint thr preent InoumlH-irt. J.
W. Conn. In view of pant efflelent ser.
vliva would haxv no dlllloulty In belnir
elt't(il. Concernlnit the oftliv of pnllcc
commlKsloner, opinion wnx nlmut eiiuitlly
thvMiM. Roth Olvi atid S.-helh.. have
many frienda. lu the ntrnifth of tho
votlnif piuace from all report sei-m to
lie In favor of Solv-llie. Conslderalile In
terent was manifested over the election
of 41 eoiineHniain In the llrst wti-d. Many
nfdnlona wvre exposed that rijlntr.r
would rlv Welch a hnnl rub hut none
dared predict (ho outcome. Oodd.inVn
election cmfd to be conceded In the
third ward, n well na that of Itell for
survi'r. Ret were offered Inat uluhl
thnt floors Johmson would win over Al
len for cty attorney, hut Allen's friends
isvlnt to his exceptional record ns deputy
district attorney and K;neni! business
man of probity and honesty us a Kuar.in.
tee. of his selection by the poivple whom
lie hiu ii wed served In the past year or
two. It Va snJd that hla ability and watch,
fulness of tho rsople,a Interests his Von
so fully demonstrated, and thnt his ab-
soliilo fairness 1n nil matters pertainlnit
to public Justice and the public wenj In
sure hla sucoeea ni the polls next month.
Johnson's friends claim that' he has
lrovid hlnvtelf the frlond of the work
Inir man and tlmt they will stand by him.
Ycstorduy mornlnir the rejitiblican con.
tuition wns nwked by harmony of In
lerej-1 wfth the exceptlun of one .ir two
Instances. Uttlo wntrovcrsy was made
over any of tho offices, though there were
several candidates for one or two of them.
Most or the nomlrwuions wer- mid
tumultuous. An Interesting controversy
occurred over ths city attorneyship he.
twwn the old.r uml younRer mcnibcra ot
the porty. tho latter being very nnxloin
i trfmlim.te J. K, ymiiijf, hut 'r.- out
elss.l wh'm II earn., to votlnx.
In tho rit liens' or n'Ki.pirtli.n conven
thm ftverythlnu went off ns snvxnhly as
'tlHlle. Jll fe'WShll prl'Vdll.'d snd
11'iirly nil ffli ti'imlnstl'ms it. mnd
tjiiMiilinotis. It was fouiul ne-;.ss'iry to
mljxtirn Ui tnenilns; from th m'inilii
until tlin ufirrfKMin In onlr to a"-iiri the
tertiitin numW r of voters.
It.rth conv.ntlona selected enitr.it com.
Itllllera to III II Ml If.- (mi ".1IT1I111IKI1.
I'ltOW NINO AT KMI'IKK CITY.
Kint.lni 'Hy. dr.. Nov. 27.-wa of tha
dn.wnliiif rf Henry (fcihlvr'H, a mill hsnd
In 1 ti ifii..y of ths .irdln-r mill,
re.iihol lure this ni'riilnf. (i.iMitfn on
Moiidriy l it hfi fir.Hiir In am.ill tmt
Willi tll llltrtrllon of VU'tln tim wrrrks
.'ifm-r TrU' k.-e Nolhlra: has sln-e Iwen
"-ri or he.ird f him Y-:erd.iy 4j.:Ur
of mux ,n f . hi ml nod l.l.-iillfl v a.i the
011m t-liHttflnif to him
Tti sienmer Tru' ken his Ui for
In over the wnt mid I iw.w within fl.'ty
t of -li.i wj'if .md In ,1 pHlllon thnt
the ' strikes her with full force The
hiilw.irks are ifi-ne: li most of the
nfi'f house. M' "f the nryi of wheat
I'.iu ln mi he out rl ihe wri k.
MINK IN IMNCKR.
An. Col. N.v. J7 8miKlr mount,
iiln la In lrou?i:o ajfiiln. and trm In-ilh-stl.ms
nil tlw mmtra 'x thir. Ojwhsvan
timiiel. rela R, Jidinson. Park. Hush,
wh i. k.T. Mlner.il KVrm ami Alto. Arit'-n:
will t. drlvwi oot l.y the ilejdty a-ei
fiom th fin etiat Is still smoul!erlr.g
In the Is ihi of tho KmtiirtrUf nVne.
The mis Is flndlnn lrj way Into the bwr
w.irklnvs of the Ie!ln 8.. In great va.
une. AU ih I)elk 8. stid Johnson men
were enmpel- to dr tlirlr tools and
tli" for their lhea last nluh'. "Die K.
Is ni.ldly lnre.ilnK 1n tlw Cowtiaven
tunnH and It Is rxpe-t.l thnt the men
will have to nimii out. It Is M'evcd
t h"t all s-orknir connivtMl w'llh iful
lylnif iiUiv.. the Cuwhaven tunnel will
have to shut down untj the draft uhani(ea
or the Bmuirirler fir Is settler for good.
This nusni the throw-ltur out of some
f'O niin.Ts for nn Iwlrflnlte period.
(Un Fr.Ticlsco. Nov. rT.-Hrltlsh ship
Nnturai Is now ft) Jays ovrnlue from Lon
don to I till pirt. Relnsurnticc on th
ves.d und outto la quod at 15 rulneaa.
rjilnstirunra on the o'erdue bark TP
mounrt. now out M days fnsn Livirrool,
la quotad at IS gulncsj. Shinplnic and
mruronoe men -tlw tva the bark may
huve. rnknn the route around the Cap
of Good Ifucai. a ftu t l!uit would account
for her lorur lsissa.
OFF TO RESCUE
RCVEM'E CITTEIt BEAR STARTS OM HER
Will I ftdergo the Rigors at the Arctic tor 1
Year oa Her .Missioa ot Mercy to
the laiprinacd Mci.
S.aKli. Nov. The l'nlt'l Stat.s
revenue cuttir li. ir sail d tunirht !or tha
north to n-scue "he imprisoned whalers
in the An tic ive.in. The voy.iRe will oc
cupy ulioiu A Jivir.
0 1 1 1V. ' N H KIT 1 1 U C A X S.
Porthutd. Or.. X.v. :T The .X'Vutlve
comniltt.v of tho Holniblloan league of
OriKim met today to pniire for tlve reS-
uUr utxiinliU v:i-withn of tho league,
wliivih tho ounstltu-.loa tlx.'S oil the llrst
Tued:ij- lit Kohru iry. Thcro wero pres.
cut: C 11. t. iuT. preiu'iu; . ai. v.i.v,
, , . .. r n.. I-v.
ii ml U A .Mc.N.iry, innuinu,
.... , 1 . .
Moody, Tho IXillcs; V. H. Moore. Moro;
II. I.. Wells, se.wtary; J. A. Xilson, Al.
lwuiy; and CKiuJ (.Kit-h. &ilctn.
The commltte de.ild.it to hold the con
vention In Poitland. and authoriicd the
pn-skMnt and s.vtvt.iry to lssu. a formal
.mil. and to notify ill ilu clubs.
H. M. Cake uid 1.. A. McN.iry were
irlvvn autHiority to ivll'vl fun .Is n-vessiiry
to defray Om expn.i'S of the convesit.on.
It was tho Roner.il opinion th.it the city
n which tho convMitlo.i is held, should
pay tho expenses.
Saiv Frunds.il. Xon-. 27. Oltiska trade
commlttea hs addressed a communica
tion to tho owners if tho Cr.vmp-HoaiHey
ateumahhi Unf Hi ls Pllt flvo steamers
In the Ahiskn "trado next ?trinir. asking
them to mako this fstrt their southern
terminus Slmlliu" requesta from oiher
loval tnido orfranliaitlcMis will bnck this
request. A petition will bo clrculat.d
asklne cnncTOss to ohxo Pyea as . sub-
port of entry-: the eloslnc of the port
would put its m.riihants cm nn equal
footliiK wttlh tho merchants of VlOtorU
nJid other foreign jxrts.
TROOI'S FOR PORT TOWXSF.XD.
Tort Towns nd. Nov. 27. A telegram re.
celved here today from Washington
states that Major-Genoiil MlUn lM aub.
milled to the seorotury of war a letter In
wtdoh he recommends that Fort Town,
send be occupied by troops Immediately.
fiirtbdar Tarty at Windsor io Honor
of I'rlnce Alcuidcr.
(JI.ADSTO.NE ONE TO FRANCE
The Duke ot Teek'a riiaiciil Conditio
Caaiiay Hick Auietr to the
Lumlun. S'tv. St ft,yr'jh'j-d 1W7 by
tho ArfnUt Press.) England Rener-
illy tier,u(fhoiit the week h.is le n cnvel.
oped In foa;. Th weatlver has been usu
ally mild, though th-re was a ahitrp frost
on Thursday nlglit.
(i-en Vlct.rki travo a blrUxkiy porth
at Wlndsir on Tualay fr Prince Alex,
wwler of tituslerg. aed I years, the
i-ldpt son of Prlnoess Reatrlc, wklow
of Prlnco Henry of R.r!onlT(t. For Ids
O rirnl ty her nvijety aummoncd the man.
Direr of the Kmpire thtr to produce
the clnetnetrofrrajdi pictures aid troupe
of performl-wr dogs now showing; In Lon
don. The isrtures were dismayed In the
lurif dra.-ini;-rof)m of the castle. Tha
quern. Prince Bwitrioe aid the rest of
the court as well as the children were
The queen semed to enjoy Immensely
the pictures of herself In the Juhtlce pro
cssion and aftor the entcr.alnmcnt was
over she caused M.inarer Hltchetui of
the Empire theatre to be presented to
A lsim-1 of money has been reaped at
the Windsor baur In aid of the Royal
Albert institute, opened by Princess
Christian on last Tuesday. The princess
presMed at one of tha stalls, selling pho.
totrrmis of Queen Victoria, signed by
her majesty at a guinea each.
The whole stock -anaa sold In a few
minutes. Thereupon the prmcesa re
marked: "I do not eve why we should
tx petition mamma, for some more."
A messenger waa then dispatched to the
oesnle and the queen supplied more pho.
tographa of herealf. Her majesty con
tnftued doing so during the three days
wWch the baaar lasted and even then the
demand for her photographs was not
Queen Victoria has also been very busy
a a fwmRy council which has been dis
cussing the affairs of the family of the
late Touches of Terk. at which the Duke
of Teck and hta children. Including Prmce
and Princess Adotphus of Teck were
preaent. Jewelry of considerable historl.
cal value goes to the Duchess of York,
tht. daujrMer of the duke. Queen Vic.
torla sutwtantlally compensating the
other memliers of the family. The White
lodre at Richmond, hitherto the resi
dence of the Duke and Duchess of Teck,
has been srmnted to the Duke and Duch
ess of York. The future of the Duke of
Teck has not been settled upon. It Is
rumored that a parliamentary grant will
be souirht. but this Is m likely to be
oatmed ns It would t most distasteful
to the people) generally, and the house
of commons after the promises made
upon the settlement of the Prnce of
Wales' children thai no more appropri
ations would bo asked for the royal
Mr. and Mm. Gladstone crossed the
channel on FriJay on their way to Can
nes, where they will arrive, on Sunday.
Dr. Habershom reported that the generaJ
henlth of the former prime minister is
very good, and that 'there Is every pros
pect of his neuralgic pains d'isarpeo.r'.ng
In a milder climate.
The touchiness of Tlterateurs had two
volcanic demonstrations during the week.
Swinburne, the poet, having been named
In the acAdetny as one of 40 to form an
Rnglish academy of Immortals, wrote a
furious letter p1 the Times, saying:
"The r-it'on of an English academy
Is too seriously stupid for a farce and
too essentially vulgar for a comedy."
In conclusion Mr. Swinburne remarked:
"It seems to me tha.t the fuJl nnd proper
definition of so preposterous an Imner.
tfnenco must lw left to otturs than the
bearer of a name selected for the adula
tion of such m Insult."
Sa. Grand's latest book ls caustically
crltlcilxed and the authoress of "The
Hoawnly Twins" hue written a letter to
the Dvlly Telegraph's book reviewer.
Among other tWntrs ehe says:
"Thot you axe of ancient lineage. I
am willing to admit, since your putting
In my mouth words and sonKments not
mine shows you are infected with Wood
of Anonkas. That you should rake upon
yourself to be a. serious Judge of art Ls
crime for wlik-h It fci painful to think
you must one day settle between you and
your God. but thnt you should write your
self down an admirer of mine ls ihe
ugliest blow my art has dealt me. and I
tnko this opportunity to publicly apolo
glxe for It."
J. S. Sargent, the American painter and
memlor of the Royal Acu.lWny. is fin
ishing a portrait of Miss Mary I.eitcr
for Ifhei academy of 19SS. '
There was a great crowd of pilgrims
and visitors at Rome on Monday, the
feast of St Cecelia, gathered to see the
cataowrtia lighted up with MioukhkIs of
There Is a marked change In the pre-
vulnng rityta of fishtoruil.le hair dreaslng,
whflch strnrs an IncllnatI'Mi to Mum to
The doulrts rnised as to whether an
English arbrtocrs-t wns permitted to mir.
ry an Indtnn have benn dlspelUil by tha
andftiiiKunent the Lady Coventry and
Prtnwe Dhule fitgh am Un be married on
December J9. Thvi Coventry a are opposed
to the uron, but thalr olotlons have
bn overruled and the Indian govern.
merit haa Agreed to aettle 11 (ion the brldo
the aum of tffft annuaHy.
lit l understood thrtt Henry D. Tratll
Is tha author of "A liife of the Ptlnc
of Wales." which will be puMlshed In
the nnar future.
Tt Is claimed tha the electrical rillnxids
In Cairo, Egypt, are beating those of !
Brooklyn hi the record of the number
of people killed. The Egyptian roads
have bn running a (trie over a year
and If) people "were killed or Injured
by their on-a during the first 12 monrhe.
The Prince of Wales haa had a etic
omsful shoot with the Earl of Durham
at Larnberton matte.
Mr. and Mrs. Rnullny-Martln'a party
In ftcotland is also establishing Mg ree.
ords. Its members kllleil over 4flt pheas.
artts and other game bust week.
At a pubtta meeting In Dublin on
Wednesday last. Lord Dufferln prea'.d.
lng. In commemoration of ttj centenary
of Blmund Burke, a tetter from Mr. Glad
stone was read In Which the veteran
"I regnrd Burke as to Ireland and
America with fervent ami unstinted ad
miration, and aa to France and the rev.
olutlonary war, with grief; but through,
out with the reverence due to his noble
combination of character and genius.
As regnrda Ireland, tt la Indeed petnful
for me to cover Hellng wounds Inflicted
by her chlldrer but neither my faith
In hr eventual destinies, nor my anxiety
for their accomplishment have In the
smallest degree abated."
Qeorge Askrith. the lawyer who accotn.
panled Lord Dunraven to the United
States, haa been appointed junior counsel
for Great Britain on the Venetueta arbi
There have been no novelties at the the
atres durina; the. week. Helen R-TtrJm.
formerly of the Botonlans, successfully
replaced Florence 8t John In "La. Per
lohole" on Mori day last
vorst Ttrnoos Tnt histort cr
THE SOITHERX OCEAX.
"illioas al Dollars of frspertT lid Tkoas
aods ol Lives Destroyed Whole
Toaas Sept Amy.
Sun Francisco. Nov. 27. A typhoui
which swept owr the Phllllplne Islands
on the 6th of October was the cause of
the worst disasters rpjrtcd from ihe
southern ocean in m.iiy yetirs. If not In
the history of that seuion of 'he wcrd.
Thousands of lives were lost, lnclud.
lug many Europeans, and the dam-iee to
property wus s.mething appalling. Tele,
graphic advices concerning the calimity
have been very meagre. The difficulty of
getting news from the Islands is great
at any time, and owlag to the remotcns
of some provinces visited by the hurri
cane, full details of the storm did not
reach Hong Kong un:ll November 1st.
The steamer Gaelic from the Orient to.
day brought letters and papers which
contain accounts of the rivaea of a tidal
wave and wind. Whole towns were swept
or blown away. Fully 500 Europeans were
killed and lit is estimated that Btno na.
tlves perished. The storm first struck
the Island at the B iy of Santa PnuH In
the province of Sumir. It dev.Mtated the
entire southern portion of the Island. On
the 12th the hurrictne reached Leyte and
struck tho capital at Tacloban with great
fury. In less thin half an hour the town
wns a mass of ruins. The natives were I
pantc-strlcken. Four hundred of them
were burled benoath the debris of
wrecked buildings, and 140 corpses of
Europeans were recovered from tho ruins
when the native authorities Instituted a
search for tho deud. Reports from ".he
southern coast were recchvd which
ckilmed that a score of small trading ves
sels and two Sydney traders were blmwn
-ishore and their creirs drowned. The
sea at 8amo swept Inland nearly a mile
destroying property valued nt several
millions of dollars and causing whole,
sale deaths among the natives.
SAW MILLS FOR ALASKA.
Seattle, Sov. 27. The A. S. Kerry Lum
ber Company announced today that It
would construct thre-? saw mills in Alas
ka this winter to meet the anticipated
large demand for lumber for boats to
descend the Yukon next spring. One
mill will be located on Luke Tagush, one
on Lake Bennett, and one on Marsh
Lake. The material for the ;nlll will be
carried in on sleds. The daily output of
the mills will be 60,000 fet
GERMANY IS ON
Emptror William to Send i Fleet to
the Tellow Sea.
MUST FORESTALL ENGLAND
Will Hate the Sappert of Aastrii nd (In.
tia Viats Coatpeisntioa tor Mill
in of ."issiooarie.
Berlin, Nov. 27 (Copyright, 1907, by the
Associate! Presa.) The preaenea of Em.
peror Wnifant at Kiel on the occasion of
the swearlng-ln of naval recruits haa had
the expected effeot of cttu-ing the situa
tion so far as Germany'a attitude toward
China and Haytl la concerned.
Whiiln two moeths a squadrm rf eight
fine cruisers, having oa board tato men
wfll be assomMed In Chinese waters, and
the fact that Prlnc Henry of Pruasla, a
brother of hla majesty, la to command
half this force, lends probability to re.
ports current In government circles that
.hot work Is expected, as Prince Henry's
great ambition for yeirj past has been
to win naval laurels. Furthermore, a
correspondent here of the Associated
Press has been told by gevJeroen wh
were at Kiel on that ccaslin that Em.
peror Wllltana, In conversation with Ad.
miral Von Knorr, commander In chief of
the, navy, and wfth Prinoe Henry, mad
use of the expression, "wcln mussen alls,
mania eln proH bisgm" (we must fore,
stall England.) This remark waa made
while the emperor was enlarging; on the
situation in Cnlna and dwelling oa tha.
fact that the advantage gained by the
quick action of the German naval forcea
in Klao Chan Bay must be followed by
adequate strengthening of the aquadron
by forces available. In thla connection
a correspondent of the Associated Free a
Ienrna that within three days ot the re.
celpt of the news of the murder of the
German mlsaionarlea the emperor through,
the Carman ambassadors at Vienna and
St. Petersburg, made confidential Inqut.
riea aa to whether Germany would be op
posed In Chines waters In case circum
stances -should render seliure of territory"
necessary. The replle obtained were
The German newspapers are almost
unanimous In demanding that Germany
seixe the present opportunity to itocaira
adequate and tangible condensation for
her support of Chins, m the peace nego
tiations In 1WS. The Deutsche Zet'una; la
the mouthpiece of this feeling when it
says: "We rejoice to say that we thus
give the guarantee that the German em
pire sends out a fleet with the firm pur
pose of obtaining tangible results on tha
coast of the Yellow sea, for It Is the see.
ond time a Hohemxollern princ holts
his flag against exotic piracy and we re
certain he will only return crowned with
The Imperial w.u-snlp Gefton will pro.
cecd to Hnytl as soon as she ixm be MWed
for sea and will emfirce the domands ot
Germany, backed by the two German
BETTER THAN REAL.
San Francisco, Nov. 27 Dollars better
in the quantity of silver they conbiln
than those turned out by Uncle Sam's
mint are in clrcukitkMi here. Several of
them have been detected at the United
Shd-tee enibtreasury. So good an Imitation
of the genuine Is this bogus coin that It
pasea current at 'the banks and there
are few cues of tho manufacture. Such
coins as have so far been detected are
not mouMed. but made with a die. Mill
ing ls defective In some plaiies. In fact,
this is the imosit noticeable flaw In the
San Francisco, Xov. 27 As the out
come of a quarrel between two Japanese
on the cutter Push, K. Imal, the cap.
tain's biy. wns sh-t nnd killed this mom-
!ina and the ship's stwwi.urd. Charley
Wishlmur, ts hi ail at Bin Rafael,
harged with tho murder. The two had
,jn t(.rrn, ,,,, earft n,i(1 no,Hna
the captain Unit unless the other wag
discharged tho complainant would leave
Royal aaakes tha food para,
wholesome aad dellcleas.
aovai auuaa sovoaa co saw ram.
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