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A c c id e n t
Hearing a noise in his henhouse at 8
a ru., Mr. Kajones hastily dressed hiu*-
a« If and went out to investigate.
H e found a visitor there.
“ \Vha»t are you doing here?” he da-
“ W ak in’ do chickens, to give ’em break-
fils’ ,” answered an apologetic voice. “ I
alius do it ’ bout dis time, sub.
golly, I done made a mistake an’ got in
somebody else’» henhouse!”
T hen the owner o f the voice made a
hasty exit through the hole in the roof,
aud all was still.— Chicago Tribune.
S tu nipedl,
Elderly Customer -C u n you tell my fo r
Fortune T eller (looking at his hand) —
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O n ly O n e “ B R O M O Q U I N I N E ”
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P r iv ile g e .
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N o A r tfu iiie n t T h e r e .
a rtist w h o had p a in ted Ills ow n p ictu re
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ln‘ hhe leaves oiT’ u tho roofs of people’»
“ Y e s ,” he a d m itted, m o o d ily , “ but it
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y o u r s e lf a high brow in y o u r ow n p ic
I f y o u d o n ’ t, w h o
*‘ I don’ t, ma’ am. H ave ye got any cold ture, h a ven 't y o u ?
v ittles?” — C hicago Tribune.
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Goethals Says Warships May Then
Site o f Gatun Dam Approved by the
Engineers — President
elect Taft and Party Examine th]
Cut at Culebra, and Are Much
Gratified at the Work Done.
NICEST IN H ISTORY.
1 aft's Expressed Wish About Inau
guration to be Fulfilled.
Washington, Feb. 1. “ I want the
very nicest inauguration in history!”
That's whet W. H. Taft said to half
a dozen headliners in the house o f rep
resentatives on the occasion o f his last
v sit to Washington, ami it goes to
show that folks don't know what they
are talking about when they say that
the president-elect is trying to dodge
all the frills and fuss and feathers at
tending hiB induction into office.
Those members o f congress with
whom the president elect talked have
been doing missionary work to secure
pledges o f enough votes to insure the
passage o f the joint resolution autho
rizing the use o f the pension office for
the inaugural ball. Four years from
now Wash ngton will have an immet.se
auditorium to hold the biggest crowd
that ever gathered to honor a president.
But this year it is a safe proposition
that the ball will be held in the pen
sion office and it will be a wonder.
The programme is divided into five
important features and others o f less
First, the imposing military division
o f the pageant, which is being arrang
ed on a big scale by Major-General J.
Frankl n Bell, who has been appointed
Second, the civic organization divi
sion o f the parade, with Major Thomas
P. Morgan, chairman of the committee
in charge, as marshal.
Third, the great display o f fireworks
on the White Lot, ju »t in front o f the
White House, in combination with the
illumination o f the streets o f Washing
ton throughout the downtown section,
the dome o f the capitol and the Wash
ington monument, and a drill and dis
play o f pyrotechnics by the Republican
Flambeau club of Minneapolis.
Fourth, the inaugural ball in the
pension building, the biggest brick
structure in the world.
Fifth, the forenoon parade o f Amer
ican veteran soldiers and sailors of the
G. A. R., the United Spanish War Vet
erans and the Army and Navy Union,
which will form the esc/ rt o f honor for
President-elect T aft and Vice-Presi
dent-elect Sherman, from the White
House to the capitol, where they will
take the oath o f office, preceding the
big parade and other features.
The latest reports from the chairman
of the general committee indicate that
the inauguration of Taft and Sherman
will be a record-breaker, both as to
features and attendance, and that there
will be many innovations.
Panama, Feb. 2.—“ Naval vessels
will sail through the lock canal by Jan
uary 1, 1915,” declared Lieutenant
Colonel George W. Goethals, chairman
o f the Isthmian Canal commission and
chief engineer, today.
The fact that the present plan for
the lock and dam at Gatun is satisfac
tory to the visiting engineers has
greatly encouraged people o f the canal
zone and fear o f delay in the comple
tion o f the work has been relieved.
The engineers do not conceal their sat
isfaction as to the feasibility o f the
Mr. Taft expressed the belief before
hand that the opinions o f the engineers
on the Gatun site would be favorable.
Their findings, therefore, did not sur
Today President-elect T aft and the
engineers accompanying him went to
Culebra on a special train and carefully
examined the 14 miles o f Culebra cut.
All were much gratified at the great
amount o f work that has been done.
Before the party arrived all dyna
mite was removed from the workings,
to prevent any possibility o f an acci
That Mr. T aft is acting as pacifica
tor in the strong post-election factional
feeling in the republic of Panama is
indicated by the fact that both Presi
dent Obaldia and Senor Arias, one-time
opposition candidates for the presi
dency, have been invited to American
Minister Squiers’ dinner and reception
to he held tomorrow in Mr. T a ft’ s hon
or. Mr. T aft called this afternoon up
on ex-President Amador, who is ill,
wishing to make plain that he desires
to treat ad parties alike.
He will hear both sides o f the com
missary system controversy, but doubt
HARRIMAN FORMS ARMY.
less the commissary will continue, al
though the so-called luxuries will be
eliminated. Mr. Taft has expressed Discipline and Advancement Are Main
full confidence in the judgment o f Sec
Features o f Plan.
retary Root in this matter.
Omaha, Neb., Feb. 1,— “ The most
diffiuIt problem that confronts railway
DEFICIT GROW S IN JANUARY.
managements today is the education
and training o f the staff to fill posi
Has Increased $ 1 5 ,5 4 3 ,8 4 2 , But Cus tions.”
This statement was made by Julius
toms Revenue Is Larger.
Kruttschnitt, director o f maintenance
Washington, Feb. 2.— The monthly and operation, o f all the Harriman
comparative statement o f the govern lines, in explanation, in part, o f a new
ment receipts for January, 1909, shows plan o f railway organization which is
the total to have been $47,480,428 and being tried out on the Nebraska divis
the expenditures $63,024,260, which ion o f the Union Pacific road. Under
leaves the deficit for the month $15,- the new scheme o f organization, if it
543,842, and for the seven months of proves successful, all o f the 100,000
the present fiscal year $79,814,443.
employes will be transformed into an
The receipts from customs during army, each member o f which can
January, 1909, amounted to $23,818,- aspire with hope to the highest position
870, which is a gain as compared with in the g ift o f the railroad for which
January, 1908, o f $547,264. The in he works. In fact, it is the purpose
ternal revenue yielded $18,672,084, as o f the Harriman management so to
against $19,744,888 for January, 1908. train this vast army that each private
The total receipts were about $2,- will becom.e fitted to fill the position
000,000 less fo r the corresponding next above him.
month last year. The expenditures,
To accomplish these purposes Mr.
however. Were $4,207,000 greater than Harriman has given his heads o f de
for January, 1908.
partments carte blanche in the way of
The civil and miscellaneous expendi necessary expenditures, and his exam
tures amounted to $17,244,182, an in ple in this respect must o f necessity
crease o f $1,800,000; war, $11,030,- have great influence upon other rail
366, an increase of $2,200,000; navy, way managements.
$9,313,386, an increase o f $280,000.
The public works item shows a slight
STUD ENTS ATTACK JAP.
The public debt statement shows an Graduate From Tokio University Is
increase for the month, less cash in the
Beaten by His Fellows.
treasury, o f $16,776,482.
Berkeley, Cal., Feb. 1. - Fololwing
the removal o f agitation for anti-Jap
PROVE C A ST R O ASSASSIN.
anese legislation by the state legisla
ture, Kenji Kaneko, a graduate o f the
Ex-Dictator to Be Sued for instigat Imperial university at Tokio and a
student at the University o f California,
ing Plot to Kill Gomez
was attacked by eight white students
Caracas, via Port o f Spain, Feb. 2. this afternnon and chased off the uni
— In accordance with instructions from
versity campus. As a result o f the in
Senor Alcantara, minister o f the inte
cident, the Berkeley Japanese associa
rior, the attorney general will bring
tion, numbering about 1,000 members,
suit in the High Federal court against has declared its intention o f demanding
Cipriano Castro, ex-president o f Vene that the Japanese consul general at San
zuela, on the charge o f having insti Francisco make representations to the
gated the attempted assassination o f
American government through Ambas
Gomez. Minister Alcan sador Takahira in Washington.
tara's communication to the attorney
Vice Consul General Takahashi,
general was accompanied by a large when seen at the Japanese consulate
amount o f documentary proof. The
tonight, stated that the alleged attack
minister writes :
upon a Japanese student at Berkeley
“ The documents show that the black, had not been called to his attention.
black conspiracy which happily was
“ It is a matter for the police court,”
frustrated by the presence o f the Su said the vice consul general. “ Even
preme Magistrate, was the result of
should it be officially reported to me I
the suggestions, advice and orders of consider it too trivial to pay any atten
tion to it .’ * ______________
Find No Fault With Dam.
Panama, Feb. 2.—The engineers ac
companying President-elect T aft spent
today at Gatun with the chief engineer
o f the canal, Lieutenant-Colonel Goeth
als. They had no fault to find with the
natural foundations for the dam and
regarded the plans for safeguarding
the dam as being complete. Mr. and
Mrs. Taft attended the
church today and later the president
elect received the British minister.
The new Pacific channel to the canal
will be used for the departure o f a
steamship for the first time tomorrow.
To Fight Tuberculosis.
London, Feb. 1. Following on the
lines o f Lady Aberdeen’ s campaign in
Ireland, a movement on national lines
is now being organized in this country
to check the scourge o f consumption.
It is to be inaugurated at an important
conference on tuberculosis at Caxton
Hall, Westminster, on February 16.
17, 18 and 19, at which many experts
will speak. An exhibition o f models of
sanatoria, nursing appliances, healthy
and unhealthy room-', compared food
stuffs, etc., will add to the value and
interest o f the gathering.
Ill-Fated Boat Mystery.
Norfolk, Va., Feb. 2.- Hidden be
neath the turbulent waves that rol!
over Diamond shoals, 14 miles off Cape
Hatteras, N. C., the secret o f the iden
tity o f the mysterious steamer which
went down there early yesterday, re
mains untold. No clew to corroborate
the testimony o f those few aboard the
Diamond shoals lightship who witness
e d , helpless to aid, this latest tragedy
o f the well-named “ graveyard o f the
A tla n tic" was obtained today.
Clash in Cuban Politics.
Havana, Feb. 1. The first serious
clash between President Gomez and
Vice President Zayas over political ap
pointments, which occurred when the
proposal was made to appoint Ricardo
Amauto chief o f the secret police in
place o f Jose Jerez, has resulted in a
victory for Senor Zayas, who, it is be
lieved, presented an ultimatum that he
would resign immediately if the ap
pointment were made.
exists between the men-
Railroad Shops Reopen.
Winnipeg, Feb. 2.—The railways
have given orders to start the Canadian
Northern and Canadian Pacific shops
tomorrow morning with increased staff
preparatory to the biggest raMroad
year in Western Canada's history.
Blizzard in Northwest.
St. Paul, Feb. 1.— A blizzard is rag
ing in the Northweta with a50-mil«>
an hour gale blowing.
communication with the East was al
most destroyed during part o f the day.
Trains are hours late.
OF THE STATE
THESE HENS BREAK HECORD.
Albany Man Gets 2 5 9 5 Eggs From
Dozen Fowls in Year.
Albany— A. S. Hart, o f this city,
has 12 hens which have laid 2,595 eggs
in the past year, and he claims it is
the champion laying brood o f the
world. Included in this flock is the
hen which recently established a new
world’s record by producing 256 eggs
in a year. An average o f 218 eggs for
12 hens is also a remarkable record.
The first o f the flock laid for the first
time on November 20, 1907, and the
last o f the flock completed its year
January 27, 1909. Hart has kept a
record by the trap-nest system. He is
preparing to substantiate the figures
by affidavits and claim some world's
records in the poultry journals o f the
Four hens laid more than 200 eggs
each, scoring, respectively, 256, 244,
216 and 205. Two laid 197 each, an
other 194, and two 190 each. The
other three scored 178, 172 and 162,
respectively. All o f the champions
are Barred Plymouth Rocks.
S a a p le ln n a .
" A su sp icio u s quest Ion.-* s o ld
L a n ce ,■ N’ leoll, the e.n ln eh t N ew Turk
la w y e r, dlseusslt g it ce le b ra te d ease.
“ In fa c t, one o f thus» s u sp icio u s (loca
tion s w h ich ca rr y their o w n co n v ictio n
w ith them . It Is Just su ch a q u estion
as a g ild e d y o u th n .ed
w a ite r lit a B ro a d w a y re sta u ra n t the
o th e r m orning.
“ •Was llia a k h ere last n ig h t?’ ha be
“ 'Y es. s ir ,' the w a ite r an sw ered .
“ 'A n d ,' said th e you th , n ervou sly,
V a s I w ith h im ?’ "
M o th e r « w il l flrnl XIr*. W in s lo w 's P o o t h t n z
S y ru p tie- I, at r.
. -tv t.. uso t u r l n e i r c a h u r c a
l u r i u g ta x n o t h i n g p e r io d .
C o n fu s io n .
“ A re yo u w o rk in g t o -d a y ?” asked a
rla ltor o f the poet. “ T h a t is, a re you
going to w o r k ? ”
fur It w a s q u ite evl-
ie n t tlint he w a s not w o rk in g at that
m om ent.
T h e poet ran his Angers d istra cte d ly
throu gh his hair.
“ I h a ve so m an y Ideas,” he sighed . |
‘ S o m an y, m an y i d e a s ; but th ey are
all so co n fu se d that I re a lly h a ven 't
w orked fo r a y e a r o r tw o .”
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Brownsville'Raises $1 Per Capita for Is su p p osed to h a ve been a cook . F o r
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Brownsville— The Brownsville Com
“ B o s h !” s co ffe d the A m e rica n t o u r i s t ,'
mercial club held an important meet
“ th a t’s no co o k .”
ing Tuesday night, with the largest at
tendance in its history and much en
thusiasm. Again was the record bro
ken. Brownsville has the distinction
o f being the only town in the Pacific
Northwest that has raised a publicity
fund o f $1 per capita without outside
Last night President Holloway an
nounced that every single business man
in the city had contributed to the pub
licity fund, which now reaches over
$.500 and is still growing. The whole
Calapooia valley is becoming imbued
with the publicity spirit and the citi
zens are arranging to onctirbute liber
ally. The Caiapooia valley is one of
the best in the state, but its resources
have never been exploited abroad to
any extent. It contains some o f the
best agricultural, fruit, grazing and
timber lands in the state.
To aid in placing Brownsville “ on
the map” the women o f the city have
become imbued with the spirit o f prog
ress and enthusiasm and last night met
35 strong and organized an auxiliary
to the club. Much enthusiasm pre
vailed. The object o f the women’s
club is to obtain chiefly a public park,
cleaner streets and alleys and to pro
mote civic improvement throughout
the town and county. Officers were
elected as follow s: Mrs. Wayne Stan-
ard, president; Mrs. W. J. Hooker,
secretary; Mrs. Clara McCoy, treas
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cured me o f catarrh of the throat, and
I took a very bad cold and had la
grippe last February. It settled in my
throat and lungs. I took three bottles
o f Peruna and it cured me.
“ I highly recommend it to all who
are sick, and I am glad to add my en
dorsement to that o f others.”
Pe-ru-na for Colds,
Mr. L. Clifford Figg, Jr., 2929 East
Marshall St., Richmond, Va., writes
that when he gets a cold he takes Pc*
runa, and it soon drives it out of his
system. For several years he was not
entirely well, but Peruna completely
People who object to liquid medicine!
can now secure Peruna tablets.
For a free illustrated booklet en
titled “ The Truth About Peruna,” ad
dress The Peruna Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Mai’.e 1 postpaid.
H im .
“ I f my memory,” slow ly answered tho
reluctant witness, “ serves me rightly— ”
“ One moment,” interrupted the cross-
Cold Kills Loganberries.
Salem— According to
statements exam ining la w yer; “ please remember, Mr. I
Slick, that your memory is under oath.”
made by loganberry growers, the re
cent freeze killed all kinds o f vines
down to the snow line, and there will
be no loganberry crop this year, exci pt
what berries will grow on the few
vines which, through neglect, were ly
ing upon fhe ground and were protect
ed by the snow. This will be a severe
blow to the loganberry industry, for a
beginning was made the past season in
finding a permanent market for the
fruit. There are also many reports
that rose bushes have been killed down
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U. o f O. Takes Up Wrestling.
University o f Oregon, Eugene— The
university students have taken up
wrestling with a great deal o f zeal.
Twenty or 30 are out on the mat every
afternoon. Joe I.a Salle, who had the
t i n e bruit.
match recently with O ’Connell in Port
B ig gs I o v e rh e a rd G r a ftle lg h boast-
land, is being conditioned by Trainer
lug o f b is fa m ily tree the o th e r d a y .
Hayward and at the same time is
D igg*— H u h ! It m ust be a plum tree,
teaching wrestling to the students.
Bill Hayward is trying to arrange a
match with O. A. C. for the latter
part o f February.
m e n t i o n tlii.«i p a p e r .
A F la v o r in g .
It m ak e» 9
s y r u p L e tte r th a n M a p le .
Sold by grocer».
There are more able-bodied men to the
total population in the W estern State«
o f the F nited States and Canada than
anywhere else in the world.
Examination Dates Set.
Albany— The semi-annual examina
tion o f Linn county teachers will be
held in this city February 10 to 13, in
Cold Injures Fruit Trees.
Echo— Advices from Hermiston are
that young fruit trees were injured by
the resent cold weather.
ALCO H OL .1 PLH C K .V r
Barley— Feed, $27(0,27.50 per ton;
AVcgeii/l/le Preparai Ion for As
Wheat— Bluestem, $1.05; club, 92c;
similaliiiO the FoodantfRc^trta
fife, 92c; red Russian, 90c; 40-fold,
96c; valley, 95c.
Oats— No. 1 white, $33.50 per ton.
Hay— Timothy, Willamette valley,
$16 per ton; Eastern Oregon, $17(//18;
clover, $120i 13; alfalfa, $14; grain
nessi/ivl l’est .C ontoln s neither
Fruits— Apples, 75c0/$3 per box;
N o t N a r c o t ic .
pears, $10/1.75 per b o x ; quinces, $10/
1.25 per b ox; cranberries, $14.500^15
Jfecipr ofOU D t SM UH W R
per barrel; persimmons, $10/12.5.
fomjktn Seed "
Potatoes $ 1.25011.50 per hundred;
jUx Sinm *■
sweet potatoes, 2 )4c per pound.
O nions— Oregon, $1,750/2.25 per
Li Taricauk Soda *
Vegetables Turnips, $1.50 Or 1.75
Qvrtfkd Si/qT •
per sack; carrots, $1,250/1.50; pars
nips, $1,500/1.75; beets, $1,500/1.75;
Aperf’ . 1 Remedy forrmrcfi”
horseradish, 80il0c per pound; arti
tlon, Sour Stor.vKh.Dtarrhm
chokes, $1.40 per dozen; beans, 2 c
per pound; cabbage, 2!^c per pound;
ness anil Loss or S leep .
cauliflower, $2 per crate: eggplant,
11c per pound; parsley, 30c per dozen;
Facsimile Signature of
peas, 20c per pound; peppers, 150/,20c
per pound; pumpkins, 10/,1
pound; sprouts, 10c per pound; squash,
N EW YORK.
10 j 1 !4c per pound.
Butter—City creamery, extras, 37c;
fancy outside creamery, 350/3 6 c; store,
180/ 20C per pound.
Eggs Oregon ranch, 40/'/ 42 \ c per
dozen; Eastern, 300/35c.
E xact C o p y o f W rapper.
Poultry Hens, 1 2 ^ 0/1 3 per pound;
spring, large, cl ^2(0 13c; sma’ l, 180/
20c; mixed, 120/13c; ducks, 190/20c;
geese, 100/11c; turkeys, 180/20C.
ten out info a i'>af 1
Veal— Extra, 100/10)jic per pound;
ID Inch in thick:.
• b<' o:n»*s translucent,
ordinary, 70/8 c; heavy, 5c.
Pork— Fancy, 8 0 /8 >yc per pound; tnd the light ra js p in t rating it give it
t greenish hue.
Hops— 1908, choice, 7>ic per pound;
7 c; medium, 5 d»0/
,6 c ; 1907, 2 6 z2 X c; 1906,
Wool- Eastern Oregon, a v e r a g e best,
100/ 14c per pound, according to shrink
a g e ; T a lle y ,
m o h a ir,
choice, 18 ^ 19c.
The Kind You Have
If« I'nm lllnr *nnn«l.
I • :
I can't recall jro ir fa< e. Miss ■ ■ —
Woman -M oilin g»
T h e Rev. Dr. F ourthly M i-« Hollings
worth, hut your voice has a fam ilial
Sprightly Y o o n ; W oman W ell, that'«
not so H’ rnng0, dr« tor : I h a rt b?en s in ^
ing in your choir !o. u >■ &r aud a hait.