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O FTH E E K
Current Events oí Interest Gathered
From the World at Large.
MORE BOMBS DISCOVERED.
Plot to Wreck Home o f Editor-in-
Chiet Found in Time.
Loa Angeles Following the explos
ion and fire which destroyed the Times
building, with the almost certain loss
o f 19 lives and injury to more than a
score of others, the finding of a dyna
mite bomb under the residence o f F. J.
Zeehandelaar, secretary of the Mer
chants & Manufacturera1 association,
and another late in the day under the
window of the residence o f General
Harrison Gray Otis, editor-in-chief of
the Times, kept this city in a ferment
of excitement, and made the day one of
sensational and tragic events.
Within a minute after the explosion
in the Times office the instantaneous
ignition of gas from the pipes through
the building caused flames to dart
from a hundred windows and leap far
above the roof. Its force was great
est in the heart of the building direct
ly under the composing room.
men working there were thrown to the
ground and the linotype machines tum
bled over like a house of cards.
There were 115 employes in the
building at the time, half a hundred
others having left within a half hour
before with the winding up of the work
of the first edition. The scenes that
followed were indescribable. Men cut
off from ordinary exits by flames dart
ing from every side, rushed hither and
thither looking for means of escape
and were forced finally to jump from
second and third story windows.
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE STATE
SHEEP SHOW GREAT EVENT.
A PPLE C R O P IS BOUGHT.
VH EN A MAN IS A FAILURE.
PIN C H O T STO R M BREAKS.
Attacks Upon Him Cheered by Min
Los Angeles — The long expected
storm against Pinchot and his policy of
conservation broke in full force at the
American Mining congress here.
“ Socialist,” “ Dreamer,” “ Honest
but impractical,” were some o f the
terms hurled at the head o f the de
The lone defender of Pinchot, S. C.
Graham, a local oil operator, delivered
his defense in absolute silence and
when he finished with a fervid burst of
oratory there was not a sound of ap
Eld. F. Browne, of Aspen, Colo.,
started the expression o f disfavor to
Pinchot by presenting a resolution de
claring that the withdrawal of all coal
lands from entry in the Western states
aod “ an ill-considered law attempting
to segregate the coal beneath from the
surface rights,” would destroy the
great mining interests o f the country
and the proposition to lease the min
eral lands “ is rank Socialism adopted
from the laws of New Zealand and
Australia, and this man who advocates
the action is a Socialist.”
Representative Smith, of Bakers
field, fiercely attacked “ over-lordism
by the Federal
government as to
natural resources.” He was cheered
to the echo.
Ex-Representative C. A. Barlow, of
Bakersfield, attacked Pinchot and his
"Pinchot is a good
thoroughly impractical as to oil,” be
declared, The delegates shouted ap
plause. Barlow said Pinchot’s ideas
led to the . United States fixing the
price of oil and would abrogate the
laws o f demand am^ supply and would
end our government.
T. A. O ’Donnell, a Los Angeles oil
operator, declared himself anti-Pin
“ Pinchot is honest but misguided,’
he said. “ I favor the oil men's associ
ating with the congress and the pass
ing of some resolution of natural re
sources and conservation as applied to
the oil business here. But I am for
ever against the drifting o f the gov
ernment toward a bureaucratic super
vision of Western mining and forest
Los Angeles Times Office Dyna
mited and Many Killed.
When he value* success more than
character and self-respect.
When he has no confidence In film-
self nor In his fellow men.
When he d o es not try to make nls
work a little better each day.
When he loves hts own plans and
Interests more than humanity.
When he tries to rule others by
bullying Instead of by example.
When he knows that he I b In the
wrong, but Is afraid to admit It.
When his friends like hint for what
he has more thun for what he Is.
When he values wealth above health,
self-respect, and the good opinion of
When he Is so busy doing that he
has no time for smiles and cheering
When he is so burdened by his bus!
ness thnt be finds no time for rest and
When he lets a day go by without
making some one happier and inure
When he envies others because they
have more ability, talent, or wealth
'han ha has.
When he becomes so absorbed In his
work that he cannot see that life Is
greater than work.
When he does not care what happens
to his neighbor or to his friend so
long as be Is prosperous.
Cups and Cash Prizes to Be Put Up Three Hundred Carloads Taken by
Walla Walla Three hundred cars of
Portland— Headquarters for the an
nual convention of the National Wool- apples, practically the entire remain
growers’ association and mid-winter ing output of the Milton-Freewater
sheep show, which is to be held in this district, have been disposed o f in one
Q tiw rtl Resume o f Important Event»
Five Known Dead and at Least 20
city January 4, 5, 6 and 7, have been lot to Chicago dealers. Neither prices
Missing— Property Loss
Presented In Condensed Form
established on the sixth Door of the nor names of purchasers were given
fo r Our Busy Readers.
Commercial club building and a com out by Manager H. B. Lamb, of the
mittee on invitation and publicity has Fruitgrowers’ union, who has returned
been named,. This important commit from Chicago.
Los Angeles, Cal.- The building oc
The apples will be hurried to the
tee is composed of C. C. Chapman, G.
Fire swept three acres in New York
cupied by the Loa Angeles Times was
F. Johnson, P. E. Sullivan, C. B. East as fast as they can be picked and
City, causing a loss of $1,500,000.
set on fire by an explosion just before
About 50 cars have already
Merrick and C. A. Whitmore.
Roseburg, Ore., a prohibition strong
1 o’clock Saturday morning.
It is expected that the show will been started on their way, and the bal
hold, has elected five “ wet” council-
probably will be found a heavy death
he the biggest in the history of the ance of the crop will follow just as
men and one "d r y .”
list from the fire and explosion.
association. soon as it is possible to get it on the
The interior of the building was en
It will be held in the Armory and a road. Workmen are on full shift day
A huge meteor, as bright as a naval
veloped in flames immediately following
very large entry list is expected.
A and night getting boxes ready for the
searchlight at 50 yards, fell near Jo-
the explosion, which it is thought took
large number of valuable prizes will apples and apples ready for the boxes.
hanesburg, South Africa.
place in the basement, and it is report
There have been 370 carloads of
be offered for high bred sheep, includ
~ Nat C. Goodwin is believed to be an
ed that a number of men were seen to
fruit shipped from Freewater, and
active partner in a big firm of fake
fall dead through the windows.
The Oregon Thoroughbred Livestock with the rest of the fruit yet to go it is
mining brokers in New York City.
mates now place the number o f dead
association, with headquarters at Sa estimated that the Milton-Freewater
as high as 50.
lem, has offered a $50 cup to be placed district alone will have shipped 650 to
The court fined the defendants in the
The fire was preceded by an explos
at the discretion of the directors of the 700 cars when the season ends. Most
case against the Kansas City Produce
ion and immediately the building was
show. The Angora Goat association of the fruit has been shipped to the
trust and then suspended the fines.
enveloped in flames.
has decided to appropriate $100 for East, and much to the Middle West.
A Federal grand jury has returned
occurred on the second floor of an ad
specials in single classes.
six indictments against C. O. Hillman,
dition o f the old building.
A t a recent meeting o f the Willam
Lake Lands Ready for Settlers.
a real estate promoter, of Tacoma.
part is of three floors.
ette Valley Woolgrowers’ association
Lakeview—The lands held under the
Within a few seconds from the time
Rewards totaling $150,000 are now
$25 was appropriated for premiums, Silver Lake irrigation project in this
of the explosion the entire building
offered for the perpetrators of the dy
to be divided as follows: $15 and $10 county are to be thrown open by the
was firey furnace.
Crowds that gath
namite plot against the Los Angeles
for one lot o f three rams and three department of the interior November
A U TO S KILL M ANY.
ered early say they saw many men fall
ewes, of any age, bred and exhibited 26 but will not be subject to entry, fil
back from the windows into the flames.
Mayor Gaynor of New York, stopped Four Dead and Nineteen Hurt Strew by Willamette valley breedres.
ing or selection until December 26 at
Others leaped and were injured.
The Salem Woolen Mills has set the United States land office in Lake-
his auto to rebuke a policeman who
Course o f Races.
A later account says the Times
aside a fine pair of blankets to be view. These lands were withdrawn at
was unduly rough in clearing the way
office was dynamited, and claims it
Long Island Motor Parkway, New placed on Merino sheep,
the instigation of the department of
was done by enemies o f the paper,
York— Four dead and 19 seriously in
A. J. Kollin & Co., o f Chicago, have
The National Guard association in jured—three probably fatally— was the decided upon $90 in cuBh specials to be the interior some years ago, and have
presumably members o f labor unions,
convention at St. Louis, urges the pay price in human flesh paid for the run awarded the same as last year.
whom the Times has been fighting re
The settlers desiring to obtain title to
ment o f a salary to all National ning of the sixth Vanderbilt cup race, American Angora Goat association will
lentlessly for a number o f years.
them. The Silver Lake bproject is an
The entire building and newspaper
won by Harry Grant, driving a 120- give a handsome cup for Angora goats.
other step in developing the county.
plant are destroyed, with a loss of
The Pendleton Woolen Mills have pre
The Sultan of Sulu was amazed upon horsepower Alco machine.
The race was the most closely con pared a special pair of blankets, valued
his arrival in San Francisco, having
Fruit Dryer Is Destroyed.
Most of the department editors are
been told that the city was in a state tested of any of the Vanderbilt races, at $50, to be given us sweepstakes
believed to have escaped. Thirty men
and with the two small-car events run prize for the exhibit of one breeder.
o f utter destruction four years ago.
were at work on the linotypes and 50
ning as a unit with it brought out a
day after noon at 4 o’ clock, together
The cadets at West Point were re record number of starters.
in the “ ad” room.
It is not known
stored to all privileges, but a board of
how many o f these got out.
S E TTLE R S IMPKOVE LANDS.
The time for the first three cars to
inquiry is still endeavoring to discover finish in the main event exceeded the
Flames followed the explosion so
the instigators of the uprising against best time ever made in an American Forty Families Build Homes In Cen mated at $9,000, partially covered by
quickly that many of the printers are
the tactics officer.
believed to have perished. Some were
Grant, by covering the
tral Oregon ‘ 'Desert.”
from an overheated furnace. It is a
seen to fail backward from the win
Three men in a launch purchased 278.80 miles of the course in four
Redmond— Lying southeast of this
dows into the fire. Many others who
500 pounds of high power giant pow hours, 12 minutes and 58 seconds—
owners o f the drier, as a new drier
leaped to the ground were injured.
der from a powder factory on San equivalent to an average o f 65.15 place, on what is known locally as
EARTH SHAKES; S E T T LE R S FLEE
Francisco bay September 20, and it is miles an hour- established a new the “ high plains,” is a vast wheat sec
tion that is rapidly being settled by
HUMAN HERDBOOK NEEDED.
believed they are the men who blew up American record.
Brilliant as was the performance of horneateadera. It was only during the
the Los Angeles Times, as the powder
Volcanic Disturbances Destroy Homes
was never delivered to the parties it the three winners and thrilling as was past year that this land attracted at
Albert P. Hall Suggests Registration
and Frighten People.
Salem— The Calapooia Lumber com
the race itself, the horror caused by tention, but many claims have been
was represented to be for.
o f Entire Race.
the wholesale maiming and killing filed upon and their development is pany has complained to the State Rail
An explosion of gas in the Palu coal which uttended it, cast such a deep under way. V. Schrauder, one of the road commission that it cannot obtain disturbances continue north o f Flag
Washington — Bertillon measure
mine in Mexico killed 72 men.
shadow over spectators, participants first to move onto this land, reports cars for its California business and staff extending through to the grand ments and photographs of every citizen
Cuba is making every possible effort and management that the crowd dis that in Hampton valley there are 40 mentions several towns for which the canyon, J. P. Chaves, a well known for public record were proposed at the
houses and tents. Hundreds of acres company has shipments that it will be stockman, brought in hia family, and American Prison Association congress
persed under a pall of sororw.
to have a clean and orderly election.
Y et notwithstanding the list o f cas have been plowed and cleared, miles unable to handle if cars are not forth others have followed since, all very by Albert P. Hall, of Minneapolis, in
Strahorn says Tacoma may be made
much alarmed.; Chaves' adobe house submitting the report of the committee
ualties, it was announced that the of fence built and dozens of wells dug, coming.
A neat dress for morning is made on
one of the Coast terminals of the North
was shaken from its foundation, the on the criminal law reform.
grand prize race over the same course striking fine water in each intsance at
the most simple of lines. It is one piece in
would be held October 15.
style, and depends entirely for trimming
ought to make its chief concern to dis effect on the contrasting material used in
The settlers have taken steps to
Since his visit to Washington the cars have already been entered for the
Hermiston— Several immense bunch pled off.
collar and cuffs.
Sultan of Sulu is more loyal than ever event.
es o f alfalfa have been secured from
school children in the valley. A peti the ranch o f P. P. Sullivan. While all were torn from the lava bed and gathering and recording full biographic
to Uncle Sam.
tion has been circulated and liberally of these are large in diameter and the crashed down the mountainside. Only and civic data of each of its component
UNION C U L P A B IL IT Y DENIED.
F ive bodies have been recovered
r JSOPLE AND THINGS.
signed, asking for the establishment stems are long, one is especially so. a few stockmen live in that section. units, the life of every man,” said Mr.
from the wreck o f the Los Angeles
Those who have come in refuse to go Hail. “ We have developed the regis
Strike Committee Gives Statement of a postoffice. This section is open This one measures nine feet seven
The harpy eagle of Brazil feeds ea>
tration and identity of domestic ani
tab lin g under the 320-acre homestead inches from the crown to the tip.
Deploring Loss of Life.
A Lake Huron passenger boat foun
The rumblings seem to come from mals. Why omit the record o f human dusively on monkeys.
act, and will likely be tapped by the
dered, but all on board were saved by
the direction of the grand canyon and life, the supreme product o f creation?
Los Angeles— The strike committee proposed Hill railroad, which it is be
London has 2,150 miles of streets
Roseburg Plans High School
a passing steamer.
of the metal trades, members of which lieved will branch from the Oregon
cover an area of 40 or 50 miles along The task is not impossible, its benefits and 390 miles of tramways.
The earth tremors would be incalculable and far reaching.
Donations are coming in for the have been on strike for some months, Trunk at Bend and extend in a south ing to cost about $100,000 is being the mountains.
Eighty-seven In every hundred Ca
“ Such a registration should be Na
have been continuous since Saturday,
easterly direction across the state,
nadian farmers own their own farms.
families o f those killed in the destruc issued the following statement:
tional in scope and authority, embrac
tion o f the Los Angeles Times office.
has three grade buildings. The popu Both whites and Indians have fled from ing a continuous enumeration and con
Cooked food la sold from automo
geles deplore deeply the loss of life plains.”
lation of the district has grown so rap the region.
An young Italian was clubbed to and injury in the explosion and fire at
secutive numbering of the whole citi biles In the streets of Paris. Berlin
idly the last year that another build
death by highwaymen in Chicago while the TimeB’ plant. The unions declare
There are more than 3Q old volcano zenship, including a duplicate card cer and Moscow.
HATCHERY RETURNS LARGE.
ing will be needed sorely in leys than craters in the section, but so far as tificate system identifying its bearer
his fiancee was waiting a fine Sunday that the statement in the TimeB that
Six arc lamps installed In a London
dinner for him.
theater, In 1873, were the first elec
the explosion was caused by some per
known none have shown any sign of by photograph or finger prints.”
Master Fish Warden Clanton Returns
tric lamps used commercially In that
activity. The phenomena are believed
Twenty-nine men from the battle son or persons connected with organ
PO R TLA N D M ARKETS.
From Inspection Trip.
to be due to faults in the earth’s crust
ship New Hampshire were drowned by ized labor here or elsewhere is false.
Carshops Are Destroyed.
which is slipping. The whole country
Costa Rica Is solidly on a gold basis
the sinking of a barge on which they Ever since the beginning o f union labor
Salem— Master Fish Warden Clan
Wheat -Track prices; Bluestem, 90 is of volcanic origin. No alarm is felt
were returning to the ship from Bhore. here, violence of every sort has been ton has returned from the Umpqua
shops here were destroyed by fire Sat and experiences none of the disadvant
condemned in pubile and private. No
urday night. The loss is estimated at ages of fluctuations In the price of
Wu Ting Fang, formerly Chinese union man has been permitted to com hatchery and gives a flattering account valley, 88c; 40-fold, 85ft; 86c; Turkey
»350,000. The fire was the second one silver for exchange.
minister to Washington, has cropped mit any act of violence, be it ever so of the season’s work as far as it has red, 82ft; 88c.
HOME RULE NOW SEEN NEAR
Superintendent of that
within an hour and the cause o f neither
The latest estimate placed on the
his queue, to emphasize his request to lights, nor have the unions failed rig progressed.
Barley— Feed, »22 per ton; brewing,
is known. Ten locomotives, eighteen wheat crop In Chile for the harvest of
his government for permission for all orously to demand that their members hatchery has reported to the Master $23.
Fish Warden a collection of 250,000
oil tenders and four ballast cars were 1910 Axes the yield at 23,842.000
o f his countrymen abroad to do like obey the laws.
MilUtuffs— Bran, »25 per ton; mid
can Irish to Pledge Help.
eggs daily and says there are about
Immediately across the bushels—a big gain over 1909.
dlings, $33; shorts, »27; rolled barley,
“ We believe that success can only be 6,000 salmon in the racks.
Buffalo, N. Y .— Irishmen from all yards were the tanks holding 200,000
Though blessed with the most fertl’ e
A German aviator fell 150 feet in won by peaceful reasoning and show
‘ In all my experience with fisher
Hay — Track prices; Timothy, W il parts of the United States and Canada barrels o f fuel oil, which were barely soil and most favorable climate In the
ing the laboring man his rights and ies,” aays the master fish warden, “ I
his machine, and died of his injuries.
lamette valley, $19(3)20 per ton; East rallied to the standard o f John B. Red saved. Their destruction would have world, the United States produce less
have never witnessed anything like the
doomed the entire city.
Canada is seeking new reciprocity
“ We therefore deny unequivocally sight between the Winchester and ern Oregon, $21(322; alfalfa, new, mond and his colleagues in the Irish tion of the shops takes from Tucson wheat an acre planted than England,
arrangements with the United States. that the unions or any union man in
Nationalist party. I t was the opening
Germany or Holland.
$15(316; grain hay, »14.
Umpqua hatchery, a distance of about
her chief industry.
Corn— Whole, $32 ton; cracked, $33, of the fifth biennial national conven
Newitt C. Baldwin, the oldest official
Danger of an uprising in China is our knowledge had anything to do with 15 miles. The spawning beds are lit
tion o f the United Irish league, but
Oats— White, »27.60 per ton.
of the Methodist Church In Verona, N.
causing military activity in the United any violence against the Times’ em erally covered, and as no fishing is al
Hill Demands Redress.
J., estimates that he has walked 25,000
ployes or property.
lowed between these two points there
Berlin— American Ambassador Hill, miles in going from his home to the
$1.50 per box; plums, 40ft;)75c; pears, a continuous eulogy of Redmond, Dev
“ We stand ready and willing to do will be great results.
The son of a rich San Francisco man
church and back in the lest flfty-flve
all in our power to aid in a thorough
"T h e superintendent has been turn
is serving a five months’ jail sentence
grapes, 75cfr;,»1.25 per box; 17^e per and a ratification of the policies they department at Washington, called at years. His home 1s one mile from the
investigation of the explosion.”
ing fish above the racks for two weeks,
the foreign office and requested an in church.
basket; cranberries, »8.50 @ 9.50 per represent.
there being so many as to make it
quiry and proper official redress for the
barrel; huckleberries, 8c per pound;
A San Jose woman has been given a
The declared exports from Smyrna
Haskell Slights Colonel.
practically impossible to care for
assault made by the police on Fred
Woman's Luggage Seized.
watermelons, »1 per hundred; cante-
veridet of $1,792 against a newspaper
to the United States Increased from
Oklahoma City—Governor Charles
loupes, $lft;2 per crate; casabas, $3.50
New York— Mrs. H. N. Slater, of erick W. Wile, the correspondent of $2.413.937 In 1908 to $3.703,825 in 1909.
for being called a leper.
N. Haskell informed Geroge R. Beld-
Readville, Mass., related to the prom the New York Times, during the coal Opium shipments Increased from $411,-
For .the fisrt time in 50 years all ing, secretary o f the Arkansas fair as
Coos Bay Wants Rogue Open.
In company with
Vegetables— Beans, 3fti 5c per pound; inent Slater family of New England strikers’ rioting.
gambling in Nevada will be closed by sociation, that he declined an invita
Portland— Proposed legislation
to cabbage, 2c; cauliflower, 50cft;$1.25 and financialy interested in a New the correspondents
Mr. W ile was 684 to $1.091,050 and carpets from
law, taking effect October 1.
tion to be present at the reception to prevent salmon fishing in the Rogue per dozen; celery, 75ft;90c; corn, 12ft;
atching the police and rioters from $149.278 to $349,129. and tobacco from
York firm o f the same name, was ffot
$257.831 to $430.136.
A ll foreign steamship lines arc re Colonel Roosevelt at Little Rock, Octo River has aroused much opposition 15c; cucumbers, 26ft; 40c per box; egg permitted to take away her baggage a motor car, when the party was set
Mrs. Mary Ilmen, mother of the Rev.
fusing to take passengers or freight ber 10. The governor declared that among resident of Coos Bay, according plant, $1.25 per crate; garlic, 8(310c when she arrived from Europe in the upon by the police and W ile was pain
erend J. de Hart Bruen. pastor of the
from Naples, on account o f the epidem until he changes his mind toward the to Captain T. J. McGenn. of the Bteam- per pound; green onions, 15c per doz Kaiserin Auguste Victoria. She de fully injured.
First Presbyterian Church of Belvl-
er Breakwater, who arrived on that en; peppers, 6c per pound; radishes, clared the model gowns valued at $1,-
ic o f cholera there.
velt in the past or his attempt to de vessel from Coos Bay. Captain Mac-
dere, N J , Is 84 years old and haa
Socialism 1 urned Down.
The Southern Pacific and Salt Lake ceive the people in the present,” he Genn declared that the measure was 15ft; 20c per dozen; sprouts, 8c per 400 and additional personal effects
Des Moines, la.— The international spent seventy-two years of her life In
railroads have granted a material re could not consistently place himself in the result o f a controversy between pound; squash, 2fti2!t c; tomatoes, worth $300, but the customs inspectors
convention of carpenters and joiners teaching Sunday school. At present
duction on citrus fruits from Californ the position o f approving the Roose politicians. "T h ere is no more reason 15ft; 40c per box; carrots, »lft;1.25 per insisted on a complete appraisement of
sack; beets, $1.50; parsnips, »1(3)1.25; the contents o f her nine pieces of came to a close here Saturday night. she has charge of a Bible class In her
ia to all Northwest points.
why salmon fishing should be prohib turnips, $1.
The convention turned down the reso son's church.
ited, even for a limited time, in Rogue
Walter Brookins, a pupil of Wilbur
lution offered by the Chicago and Mil
Maurice Maeterlinck, whose literary
Potatoes— Oregon, $1.15f>; 1.25 per
river than in Yaquina, Coquille or hundred.
Wright, flew from Chicago to Spring-
waukee delegations to the effect that craft Is a marvel of the present day,
Chinese Troops Viewed.
Held, III., 187 miles, with but two
Denver The right o f the depart even the Columbia,” said MacGenn.
Socialism is the salvation of the la and who has just produced In London
Onions— New $1.256; 1.50 per sack.
Pekin— The final events of the visit
stops, winning a $10,000 prize and es ment of the interior at Washington
Poultry -Hens, 16ft;16l«c ; springs, of Jacob Dickinson, the American sec boring man.” The carpenters went on the successful drama, ‘‘Bluebird," Is
Teachers to Hear Good Speakers
tablishing a new long distance rcconl.
to fix the price of coal lands belonging
16ft;16'oC; ducks, white, 17ft;17'..c; retary of war; Brigadier General Clar record favoring giving an industrial a delightful talker to one or two
Grants Pass— Able speakers have geese, llft;12!^c; turkeys, live, 20c; ence Edwards, chief of the bureau of course to young men in the public friends. When faced by half a dozen
Cholera has become epidemic at to the Federal government was upheld
insular affairs, and their party to Pe schools and voted to establish a home or more he becomes as shy as a school
Naples, Italy, and many have died in in a decision by United States Judges been obtained for the joint county in dressed, 22 l.,e; squabs, $2 per dozen.
Vandevanter and Lewis in an opinion stitute to be held here October 13. J.
girl and cannot be driven Into speech.
Butter— City creamery, solid pack, kin, were a review of a division of for sick and infirm members.
the streets of the poorer districts.
handed down in the United States dis H. Ackerman, state superintendent of 36c per pound; prints, 376137 ^ic; out
modem troops in the open country
The patent rights in this and all trict courL The opinion holds that public instruction; L. R. Alderman, of side creamery, 35ft; 36c; butter fat. north o f Pekin and a luncheon given
Chinese Press Organizes.
A figure o f speech from the Prolocu-
foreign countries for the new concrete the department is not limited by the the State University; Miss Catherine 36c; country store butter, 24ft;25c.
by the commanding officers in the bar
railroad tie recently invented
by price of $20 per acre named by the set Montgomery,
Eggs—Oregon candled, 34(335c per racks. The American party then left China state that a Chinese press as or,.the Socialist paper o f Garden City,
Kansas: “ Like a majestic river he
George Gates, of Stockton, Cal., have of 1873. The contention of the plain schools, and Prof. Sampson, of the dozen.
Representatives o f the sociation has been formed with head
forces his depth through the solid rock
been sold to a syndicate of capitalists tiffs that the departmental act o f 1906 Cheney Normal school, will all be pres
Pork— Fancy, 13c per pound.
Chinese army and of the foreign board
withdrawing lands from entry was in ent to inatrucL
The joint institutes
Vea!— Good, average, lift;. 12 per will accompany the Americans to the ments are being made to send corres of superstition and prejudice, and as
excess of power was not sustained.
generally bring together about 300 pound.
pondents to Washington, London, St. calmy, yet with the tremendous forces
By a vote which was practically
teachers and patrons of the schools.
Cattle- Beef steers, good to choice,
Petersburg, Thibet, Japan and to all of a Nile, he pushes back the foaming
unanimous, the American Mining con-
Fake Mines Catch Suckers.
»5.25(35.60; fair to medium, $4.26(3
Chinese centers. No fore ocean of ignorance to make room for
grass at Los Angeles, declared itself in
his irrestible body of truth whifh is
New York Two hundred thousand
New Boat Line for The Dalles.
4.75; choice spayed heifers, $4.50(3
to be included among the
Washington — Haji Jumalo Kiram,
favor o f state control o f all natural re dollars a day pour into the offices of
permeating the the sea of igne ranee
the Sultan of Sulu, found President
The Dalles— Within a few days a
sources,'and against all ideas o f con the fraudulent mining stork brokers of
with currents o f vital thought.”
T aft too busily engaged with affairs of
servation except to prevei.t actual New York. One hundred million dol new boat will be operating between
The C a ller-T im e
state to see him when he called and an
The Dalles and Cascade Locks.
lars is the record in the last three
Warsaw— A strike o f the electric in company, doesn’ t it? The Victim—
company has been formed here that bulls, »3ft; 3 50; stags, good to choice, audience was arranged for the follow
Thirty millions of this went
»6.75@7; ing afternoon.
The sultan and hia streetcar employes has been declared. Does it?— Puck.
has purchased the steamer Tahoma, »4(34.25; calves,
Catholic newspapers at Madrid free
into the coffers of one concern alone.
native advisers, escorted by Colonel It was organized by the Socialist par
which boat will make daily round trips heavy, $3.75(35.
ly predict the early removal of Premier
Another $100,000,000 went to all of
Hogs Top, $10.50(310.75; fair to Hugh L. Scott, U. S. A., visited the ty. The men demanded a minimum
Change o f Program.
between here and the Locks, leaving
them during the three years preceding
War department, where they met Ma wage of »20 monthly and the repeal o f
there at 7 a. m. and arriving here at medium, $10(3:10.25.
Sheep, Best Mt. Adams wethers, jor General Leonard Wood, chief of a system o f fines which they declare Soon, aa the mild, warm days depart.
Coulee City, Wash., went "d r y ” the panic of 1907. These figures are II, leaving on the return at 2 p. m.
$4(34.25; best valley wethers, $3.25(3 staff of the army. Through an inter to be in force. There were no distur
by one vote, and the one saloon in thr furnished by Postofflce Inspector War
To other tasks w e’ ll tum us.
den W. Dickinson.
3.50; fair to good wethers, »3(33.25;
bances, but the police a; rested the W e’ll pass the ice box by and start
town will be closed.
President Kerr to Go to Washington best valley ewes, $3(33.50; lambs, preter he chatted with General Wood.
leaders of the movement.
On filling up the furnace.
Aviators Collide in Air.
Negroes Control State.
Corvallis— President Kerr, o f the choice Mt. Adams, »5.25(35.50; choice
Roosevelt was elected temporary
Wireless Lights Lamps.
Milan The aviators, Dickinson and Oregon Agricultural college, will go valley, »5ft; 5.25.
Columbia S. C.— The plan to wrest
chairman o f the Republican state con
Little W illie— Say, pa, what is a
Thomas, collided while circling the F.ast to Washington, D. C., the middle
Hops— 1910 crop, 11(313 *,c; 1909 .-ontrol o f the Republican political or
Copenhagen — Waldemar Puzenim. bookworm?
vention o f New York
Pa— A bookworm, my
aerodrome here at a rapid pace. Dick of November to attend the annual crop 8ft;9c; olds nominal.
ganisation o f South Carolina from the the Danish inventor, has succeeded in son, is either a person who would rath
W ool- Eastern Oregon, 13(317c per negro did not materialise at the party's lighting incandescent lamps by the er read a book than eat, or a worm
Robbers who looted a S. P. mail car inson was probably fatally hurt in meeting of the association of Ameri-1
in Louisiana, overlooked packages of ternally.
Thomaa was injured abost can Agricultural Experiment stations, r pound; valley, 17ft;19c; mohair choice. ttate convention, and it will be Over wireless transmission o f an electric that would rather eat a book than read.
currency containing »260,000.
of which he is president.
the legs and head.
whelmingly controlled by negroes.
—Chicago Daily News.