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DUGS OF UE HEEK
s o c ie t y
r ic h
Gathered Ha:f Million o f Wee th Just
NDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE STATE
"You »ever saw me dressed for thl
opera,” he toaaed back, ai he went li
search of water.
Stanton descended from his car,
flung hla mask and gauntlets oil tbs
seat, and followed hts mechanician
He found him, presently, emerging
damp and refreshed from ublutlons
performed In a bucket with the aid ol
"W ill you come to lunch with me?”
Stanton asked abruptly.
Floyd paused, regarding him
grave surprise and hesitation.
"Thank you,” he began.
Stanton made an Impatient gesture,
Th fljm ^ M ercury eie.
hts eyes glinting steel-blue behind
FREDERIC THORNBURGS their
"Do you want me to apologize for
bullying you this morning?" he de
stood up, his expression flickering In manded.
Over the other's face swept Its
"A ll ready,” he answered, quietly characteristic sudden warning of ex
businesslike under the undeserved re presslon.
"N o; I wanted to be sure that you
"Get It out, then."
The other men glanced significantly pleasure."
He slipped Into a long motor coat,
at one another.
"Good luck, Floyd,” wished a allm and accompanied Stanton with a ready
reputation cordiality that took no account of
equaled Stanton’s own, as he turned past events. No reproach could have
moved the offender bo much, no In
The Mercury car was out already jured dignity could have so forced a
One of the factory men cranked It. curb upon hls tongue for the future.
It was not to one of the temporary
after Stanton took his scat. Floyd was
moving to take the place beside, when eating-places erected In anticipation of
his eyes fell on the driver's bandaged the race carnival that Stanton took
hls guest, but to a quiet, cool hotel
"What's up?” Stanton demanded, at within reach. There, the order given,
he looked across the width of whits
linen at his companion with an odd
"You have hurt your arm?"
"Slightly. I cranked an Atalanta sense of triumph and satisfaction; hs
Six yesterday with my spark ad felt #for this boy-man something akin
to the elation with which a youth
The mechanician stopped with one takes the admired girl out to dinner
for the first time.
foot on the car, looking at him.
“ I missed the train, yesterday," hs
"I set my spark forward and went
around in front and cranked up and remarked. “ I suppose you had ns
wrenched my arm," Stanton explicitly trouble getting the car here?”
"None at all,” Floyd confirmed. "I
Floyd regarded him blankly, then fancied you accepted Miss Carlisle')
slowly dissolved into a smile of hu Invitation to drive.”
" I did, afterward. It was her car t
morous compreheuslon and stepped
cranked with the spark forward."
into the car.
Floyd glanced up, a ripple of lncred
"I had no right to ask. of course,"
he agreed. “ I beg your pardon. ulous amusement crossing bis gray
Curious people should expect to hear eyes, but he said nothing.
"A t least, I set the spark as I bo
Floyd believed himself put off with lieved right.” Stanton amplified, watch
an obvious tale, as one reproves a Ing the effect, "and when I cranked,
too-importunate child, so Impossible the motor fired over. The person whe
he considered such carelessness And sat next to me said I left the spar)
Stanton wholly coincided with
The Incredulity died out of Floyd’/
judgment. Only, the fact remained.
The little episode had relieved the gaze, but the wonder Increased.
"More likely It was changed after
atmosphere, however, and restored
naturalness of speech. They shot down you left it, perhaps by mistake," hr
the course, In the sweet country air. suggested.
In a flash of recollection Stantoa
and the day's work had commenced.
Then Stanton had Ills first exhibition saw Valerie Carlisle’s little glovet
of what Floyd called tuning up his hand dart toward the steering wheel
Just before he pulled up the crank
“Got her all the way up?” shouted Could she have moved the sector, ant
the mechanician, when they let out on have corrected her mistake an Instant
too late? He remained silent, nor ill
the first straight stretch.
Stanton nodded, fully occupied; the Floyd pursue the question.
When the first course of the lunch
speedometer was Indicating eighty-
eon was placed before them, Stantor
four miles an hour.
aroused himself. Quite Indifferent ti
“ Stop her— she needs fixing.”
It was Floyd's hour of empire. Stan the waiter's pained disapproval, h.
ton brought hts ear to a halt In an ap took the carafe of Ice-water and him
propriate situation, and the mechant self filled two glasses.
"Is this your substitute for cock
cian sprang out to Investigate the un
tails?” he queried, and pushed one o
Now we'll try. She Is good for the goblets over to Floyd.
Startled, Floyd yet understood
ninety an hour,” he panted, returning
smiling as he looked across.
Stanton accordingly restarted.
"Yes," he assented, and drank th»
They spent the morning so; speed
Ing furiously, stopping for Floyd to innocent pledge.
fuss with one thing or another, watch there was no question of a strong«
ing the speedometer. Floyd listened beverage.
Stanton turned to the waiter.
to the engine as to a speaking voice
"You can go; I’ll ring when we want
translating Its plaint unerringly and
Did you ever drive an Atalantl
going to remedy the cause. As the as
sistant manager had said, he was
"No, but I've handled their fours. I
gasolene freak, a clairvoyant magician
like a six cylinder machine, myself; II
of delicate touches and manipulation.
At twelve o’clock the Mercury came has so fine a torque— ’’
The conversation plunged Into pro
to Its camp and stopped.
How Is she doing?” Inquired Mr, fesslonal technicalities; the seat!
Green. “ You made that last circuit i mental episode was pushed aside.
People going in and out of the res
record breaker, I can tell you.”
Up to ninety-two miles an hour,' taurant stared Interestedly at the twr
Stanton reported with brevity. "It exchanging comments and questions
never did so well before. Get out, Stanton’s dark face was well-known
and a face not easily forgotten, whll*
companion's dress sufficiently
Floyd got out, flushed, tired, his his
heavy hair clinging In damp rings to Identified him as one of the raeerr
his temples, but sunnily content. Mr. who held the city's attention durlny
Green contemplated him anxiously; he the motor carnival.
When the dessert was before them
had heard an account of S/anton's
morning greeting to his mechanician, Stanton suddenly returned to the per
"How did you become a finisher
automobile expert by the age of twen
ty-one?” he questioned bluntly.
Well, I believe you are only flv«
or elx years older,” Floyd countered
with a touch of whimsical sadness
“ But—I grew up In an automobile fao
tory. I had no mother, no kinswomer
at all, and my father made me hli
constant companion. He taught mr
everything he knew, and he—well, bs
was Edgar T. Floyd, who owned the
Comet automobile plant, and who de
signed and built and raced hla o w e
C A N TO N
Chicago— Jacob F. Guthrie, alleged
society burglar and forger, whose
UNCLE SAM T O T E S T LAW.
SOM E BURNING PERM ITTED .
clever crimes netted him more than
half a million dollars in six months, is Interesting Land Casa In Oregon To Farm tr* Clearing Land Should Road
Be Heard This Month
Fire Law/, Saya Warden.
declared to be a victim o f periodical
Klamath Falls— A case which ex
Portland — Roy Woods, supervising
insanity, a sort o f madness that drove
him to crime The rare joy o f steal- c' ,es considerable interest in this sec state fire warden for Multnomah
tion is that o f the United States county, states that farmers and others
Bunting, o f ............
General Resume o f Important Event* ing and the thrill of breaking into . K>jn, t c A
Merrill, engaged in clearing land frequently
other people’s houses lured Guthrie to <jr t for interference with the ditches cause state officials and themselves
Presented In Condensed Form
I o f the government.
This case will unnecessary trouble through failure to
fo r Our Busy Readers.
Six months of burglary, riotous, establish a precedent in such matters. acquaint themselves with the fire
C. J. Ferguson, of this city, haa been laws. “ 1 am frequently called upon
joyous stealing, that were described
appointed a special commissioner to to go to a remote part o f the county to
Forestry patrol officials report the by him as he sat in the detective bu take testimony in the case, and the inspect a slashing the owner wishes to
situation so far this season as unusu reau, opened up a new chapter in hearing has been fixed for August 12. burn,” said Mr. Woods, “ when there
Burglary had This course will save both sides much is no occasion whatever for the trip .”
Section seven of the state fire law
The Pacific States Telephone com proved to youthful Guthrie what gam expense, as otherwise all attorneys
At the beginning of great automobile
and witnesses would be compelled to provides: “ That during the period race the mechanician of the Mercury,
pany has advanced the wages of many
Htunton’s machine, drone dead. Strange
bling, drink and stronger stimulants go to Portland and appear before the
between June I and October 1 it shall youth, Jeeae Floyd. volunteers, and la ac-
o f its Portland employes.
are to others. Stealing, said he, had United States court there.
cep/ed. In the real during the twenty-
be unlawful for any person to burn four
hour race Stanton meeta a stranger.
The French premier will confer
The history o f the case seems to be slashings, brush or timber land with Miss Carlisle, who Introduce« herself The
become a habit with him that he did
with the czar o f Russia regarding a
Mercury wins race.
not even care to break.
flowers from M l«« Carlisle, which he Ig
mutual protective alliance
opened the Klamath project it ^ound
further nores. Stanton meets Miss Carlisle on a
To sit in a house that has been “ se
Seven trans-Atlantic steamers ar
here a private irrigating
“ This restriction shall not train. They alight to take vwtlk. and
S.anton and Mlsa Carlisle
rived in New York Monday, with an curely” locked before the departure known as the "Adam s canal,” which apply to the burning o f log piles, follow
o f its wealthy owner for some summer it purchased, but on examining title stumps or brush heap9 in small qanti-
aggregate o f 9,237 passengers.
CHAPTER IV.— (Continued.)
Northern Pacific freight handlers at resort, and map out a plan o f stealing found that the rights o f way were not ties, under adequate precautions and
There was held back personal control, and in accordance
Stanton, unruffled as In the New
Spokane were granted a raise of all the most valuable heirlooma and all deeded.
from the purchase price $5000, to as with any regulations which may be York depot, except for his wind-tossed
wages after a four days’ strike.
art treasures was to Guthrie what an sure the completion o f the title.
adopted by the state board o f for hair, whose blackness was flecked
Stock of the big grain-carrying rail evening at an amusement park or Bunting’s land is in this class, and he estry.“ ’
with yellow road dust, leaned back
roads has increased considerably in theater is to more prosaic people. He and the owners o f the canal have not
It can readily be seen that in a to reclaim his bat and inquire their
price, owing to the good crop pros
made no effort to sell any o f the pro been able to agree on the terms of large number o f cases no permit is re destination. When he returned to the
quired to burn. The state board has usual method of driving with both
ducts o f his thefts.
The government charges that he has ruled that when burning is done it hands and facing forward, Miss Car
Owing to the failure o f the rice crop
“ I did not care about selling those cut the banks of a lateral on hiB place must be continuously watched, and lisle had altogether recovered her
in Siam and Burmah, the price has
things,” naively remarked Guthrie. at points other than the regular turn the law provides that i f fires escape, poise.
now reached the highest point ever
“ I just enjoyed stealing them, ana a f outs and thus interfered with the dis- the one doing the burning is held
"Speaking of racing, I have never
ter that I didn’t care what became of tribution o f water to his neighbors.
strictly accountable for all damage. thanked you for the other night,” she
A long “ moo” was adopted as a the things. They were like so much
In this state the la\^ gives title to I f there is doubt in any person's mind observed, her low tones Inaudible to
fetich of the new Republican party, junk. ”
land held 10 years in undisputed pos
to the safety o f burning even log those behind them. "I never expert
more commonly known as the "bull
"T h ere is something queer about session, and the owners o f the canal heaps or brush, properly piled and eneed anything like watching you on
the man,” was Chief o f Detectives probably rely on that to some extent. safeguarded, Mr. Woods advises hav the track—you carried me away be
“ H ere’s a When the canal was built the land ing a fire warden’s assistance. But if yond conventionality, I am afraid. And
A t the Eighth Annual Conference of John Halpin’s comment.
Applied Chemistry in New York City man whose remarkable crimes have was worth very little, but now values this is not the case, burning may be to feel that I had a share In your be
next month, the words o f every speak given him an enormous fortune, and in that section run from $75 to $160 done as indicated without violating wildering feats— ”
The ugly mood rose again In Stan
er will be recorded on phonograph cyl he hasn’ t touched a single article. per acre. In the olden days men trad the law.
He does not even dress himself decent ed land about as they would dogs, one
ly. There was no woman on whom he instance being cited where two men
"You need not have felt that re
T A L L E S T POLE GOES SO U TH .
House and senate committees of spent his money; he didn’ t drink or traded parts of their farms without
sponsibility,” he declared. "My feats,
congress have allowed $697,000 for gamble or go joyriding. He stole just writing of any kind, and now own the
as you are pleased to call them, are
the improvement o f Crater Lake na for the sake o f stealing, and not for land by virtue o f the law cited above. Astoria's Gift to 1915 Fair BJng shared by no one. I drive for pur
tional park and the roads in the park any profit, apparently.
poses of my own."
The testimony will go to the court for
and leading to it.
Astoria — Safely stowed in a big
“ Beyond a doubt Guthrie has ob decision.
She understood at once.
Hammond cigar-shaped raft that is
“ You mean that you did not race
A fte r successfully eluding heavily tained the most valuable collection of
being towed south by the steamer with the Duplex because I wanted to
armed possees for more than a week, I stolen articles I ever saw. There arc
FISH CO M PAN IES APPEAL.
George W. Fenwick, is the world’s see your famous driving7’’
Colorado outlaw was captured by a diamonds, rubies, sapphires, emeralds
He checked the machine to permit
woman rancher, tied and turned over and pearls worth thousands o f dollars. Claim Warden Had No Right to Re largest flagpole. The Btick measures
225 feet and is the g ift of Astoria to the passage of a trolley-car.
All his burglaries were committed in
to the sheriff.
the Pacific Exposition commission at
the homes o f the city ’s wealthiest cit
"I had my mechanician beside me and
Cloudbursts and floods stopped all izens.
The pole was felled there were two men in the Duplex.'
Salem—Charges that the Portland San Francisco.
traffic and did much damage in Ne
“ He read the society notes and Fish company, the Barbey Fish com by a crew o f the Whitney Lumber was his oblique reply. "1 do not amuse
when he noticed a wealthy woman had pany and the Malarkey Fish company company, which presented It to As by brushing near assassination.’’
toria to be erected on the site o f the
The retort was thoroughly Stanton
American industrial enterprises in left home for a few days he would made false statements in affidavits as
Centennial exposition there, but ow esque. Miss Carlisle bent forward to
Northern Mexico are being abandoned break into the house and steal the to the number of tons of fish handled
ing to its great height it was not catch the slipping dust-robe, before
and Americans are fleeing for their most valuale articles he could find. during the last year and, by so doing,
answering him, but gave an exdama
Apparently he kept all the things he decreased the amount o f their license placed.
Phil Metschan, Portland, has prom tion as the motor abruptly fell silent.
Btole which appealed to his artistic fee, and gave warrant to the master
“ Oh, I am so sorry! The robe
Captain E. W. Bixby, the Missis taste, but he must have disposed of a fish warden to cancel their licenses, ised that a flag 50x100 feet will fol
have brought a peculiar question up to low the pole to the Golen Gate and caught in the switch and moved It.”
sippi river boatman who taught Mark large quantity o f the plunder.”
"It Is nothing,” he assured, stooping
during the event prospective for 1915
Thousands’ of dollars' worth o f stol the attorney-general's office.
Twain how to pilot a steamboat, is
en articles were identified by society
It is alleged the Portland Fish com it is hoped that the banner will wave to remedy the tangle, and sprang out
crank the engine.
pany made affidavit that it took less and the size and height o f flag and
Infantile paralysis has been fatal to
He hail done this very act for Floyd
than 140 tons o f fish, and paid a li pole attract attention to the Oregon
YANKEE DANES GIVE PARK.
33 out o f 173 children in Los Angeles,
cense fee o f $125; that the Barbey country, where it is possible to pro two weeks before; only then the stop
and public playgrounds are being
page had been Intentional. Stanton
company took less than 30 tons, and duce such sticks yet.
Deed to 400 Acres in Jutland Hand paid $30, and the Malarkey company
The Hammond Lumber company has was thinking of that Incident, while
ed to King Christian.
took less than 140 tons and paid $125. provided transportation for the pole, he bent to seize the crank, and not
Bubonic plague and cholera
It is further alleged that investiga and with the gear available at San of what he was doing. But he saw
sweeping over Amoy, China.
Valerie Carlisle lean toward the
has received at Marseilasborg castle tion of the books of the companies by Francisco it is not doubted but that steering-wheel, her red lips apart and
Farmers o f San Joaquin county. the members o f the committee repre the master fish warden showed that the it will be raised without difficulty.
her eyes glistening, just as he pulled
Cal., have threshed one of the biggest senting the Association o f Danish Malarkey company took 230 tons, and
up the handle.
barley crops on record, over 2,000,000 Americans which has presented to the should have paid $360; that the Port
Lane County Asks 389,000.
W a it!” the girl cried, a second too
government a new national park in land company took 428 tons and should
Eugene — Lane county has filed a
have paid $450, and the Barbey com complaint in the Circuit court, the late.
It is believed Mt. Hood has a rival
There was a sharp explosion of the
The American minister of Denmark, pany took 295 tons and should have purpose o f which Is to compel the
in Eagle Cap, situated in Eastern Ore
The master fish warden Southern Pacific to make good a sub motor, the crank tore Itself violently
gon, and accurate measurements will
out of his hand. Only Stanton's
Taft, honorary president of the asso called on the companies to pay the ad stitute roadway built to replace one
trained swiftness and instant recoil
ciation, read a message from Mr. T aft ditional sums and canceled the li taken by reason of the Natron exten
saved him from a broken wrist As It
The steamer F. A. Kilburn caught extending greetings to the king and censes. The companies have now ap sion, or pay to the county damages for was, his arm fell momentarily numbed
fire off the California coast and was people o f Denmark. The message in pealed to the Circuit court o f Multno the loss o f the original road.
at his side.
saved only after a heroic fight o f over part follow s:
The county asks for $80,000, alleg
“ You left the spark up.” Miss Car
two hours by her crew.
“ It is with great pleasure that I
ing that 16 miles o f road, valued at lisle cried again, pale and shaken “ I
Barns Bulging With Hay.
have witnessed the action
o f the
$5000 a mile, is rendered useless by tried to fix it, but you had cranked,
Residents o f Texas and Arizona are American citizens o f Danish birth of
Tillamook— There is another bum the numerous sections taken in the
Have you injured your arm?”
becoming indignant at the failure of this country in acquiring a tract of per hay crop in Tillamook county. So building of the railroad.
Mr. Carlisle had risen, several peo
the United States to stop the outrages 400 acres o f land near Aalborg for heavy was the crop in some meadows
To guard against a similar trouble ple paused on the sidewalk, but Stan
to Americans in Mexico.
the purpose o f establishing a Danish- that the dairymen’s barns were not in the Western part o f the county, ton stood looking at the girl who
large enough and farmers had to sell where the Southern Pacific line to the
leaned across the folded wind-shield
The right of Roosevelt delegates American national park, to be dedi
from Kansas to have places on the cated to the Danish government, and what they could not house to their coast will cut into county roads in He, automobile expert, racing driver,
neighbors who had larger barns.
bad advanced bis spark and gone out
national ballot-is to be decided by the
There is a large acreage of oats Price has gone over the survey and to crank his motor? His reason re
" I am gratified to be identified with
Supreme court of the United States in
belled. Yet. what other explanation?
president o f the association. I recog rains keeping the crop wonderfully. wagon roads bs constructed and ac
’’You have injured your arm? Why
Rival candidates for govermnor of
was I so stupid as to catch the robe
Washington spent the r.ight under the
and stop the engine!"
same blanket, when one’s auto got isted between the Danish and Am eri harvested every cow barn in the
He recovered himself promptly.
stuck in the mud in Snoqualmie pass
"No, no. It Is nothing, Miss Carlisle.
and the other unable to get around it. more firmly than ever on friendship, pacity with hay for winter feed for
McMinnville — C. C. Stallcop, of I am not hurt,” he disclaimed.
the dairy herds.
understanding and mutual esteem.”
But nevertheless he started the en
Apart from this there is an abund Carlton, has been appointed a fire gine with his left hand, her narrowed
PO R TLAND M ARKETS.
ance of green feed.
There is one warden by the County court, at a sal amber eyes following him.
Many Rebels Are Quitting,
Wheat Track prices: New: Club,
Mexico C ity— Encouraged by the thing about the hay crop in Tillamook ary of $90 a month until October 1,
It was not far to the Carlisle place
county, it never fails.
With barns unless the contract is pooner terminat There Stanton declined every Invi
77c; bluestem, 80c; old wheat, nomi
success o f General Sanjinaz, near the
full of hay and abundance of other
tation to remain, or even to enter,
Millatuffs — Rran,
ton; eastern boundary o f Sonora, and rely feed, the dairymen have nothing to a large area o f timber land, and seve firmly resolved to go on to Lowell by
trouble about on that score. Small
shorts, $28 50; middlings, $32.
tbe next train.
Hay— Timothy. $14(1/15; alfalfa, energetic campaign against the rebels fruits and vegetables have done well Gus Smith, recently appointed fire
"W e will be there tomorrow, also,”
and cranberries look good for a fine
$U(u'12; clover, $10; oats and vetch,
Miss Carlisle informed him, In taking
$12; grain hay, $9.
crop this year.
leave. ” 1 am so grieved that you can
Federal patrols employ several men not use your arm.”
Corn—Whole, $39; cracked, $40. believe that by thq end o f the week
Oats— Now, $25<f/)26 ton.
Grange To Investigate Printing
"You see I have used It to steer
Eggs—Case count, 23c; candled, places or begging for amnesty.
Salem— A. W. Howell, master of known as Gopher valley.
and shift gears," he reminded.
25c; extras. 27c, dozen.
"Yes. but you will not try to race
the local Grange; Mrs. Zella Fletcher,
Gold Hill Mayor Original.
Butter— Oregon creamery butter, patches state that many o f Orozco’s
"How Did You Become an Expert Au
cubes. 31c pound; prints, 22(t/22ic.
Gold H ill—To erect a brick build
That was what troubled her? The
designated as a committee to confer
and that desertions are increasing.
Fork— Fancy, lO irtillc pound.
ing with brick burned on the ground fear that he would not drive and she
with the executive committee o f the
Veal— Fancy, 13J(i()14Jc pound.
from clay taken from the excavation would miss the excitement of seeing and he was not pleased at the pros
State Grange at a meeting held here
Royalists’ Plot Exposed
Pou ltry— Hens, 13<fl3$c pound;
for the basement, is the unique pro him on the thin verge of death? Her pect of having to find another man to
broilers, 15<iil5}«; ducks, young, 12c;
Lisbon—The government has learn for the purpose o f investigating the posal of Dr. R. C. Kelsey, Mayor of beauty went out to his eyes like the
fill hts place.
geese, 1001 tic ; turkeys, live, 18( h ) ed of plans for a new Royalist out argument which W. S. Duniway, state Gold Hill. He will employ an exper blown flame of a candle.
How," he hesitated, testing his
20c; dressed, 240/ 25c.
break, said to have been arranged for printer, has prepared to be printed in ienced brickmaker long enough so
"I shall race,” he declared curtly.
fruits — Cherries,
3(//>7c the middle of August. The informa the initiative and referendum pamph that he and his sons can get the knack
He had an odd fancy as he went Floyd?"
pound; apples, old, $1.600/3 box; tion came from a loyal Republican, let. It is the idea o f the grange that o f mixing, molding and burning brick, down the village street; It occurred
“ Hungry,” answered Floyd, prompt
new, 75c0/$1.50; peaches, 600/90c; who learned o f the plot from Ludovina the two committees go thoroughly Into Rfter which the work will be a strictly to him that he would like to see ly and unexpectedly.
pears, $1.600/1.75; currants, $1.6001) Ruaz, an active Royalist, among the argument and report to the State family affair as far as possible.
The Floyd. He was tired, tired to nausea
The boyish freshness of It brought a
1.75; plums. 400/75c; apricots, 75c(il! whose admirers he was numbered. The grange.
clay taken from the excavation has of the feminine as represented by smile to the lips of every one within
crate; woman was arrested.
been proved by test to be good quality Valerie Carlisle. He would have liked hearing.
Labor Scarce in Klamath County.
ment said it had evidence that the con
blackberries, $10/ 1.10.
to hunt up his mechanician and hear chuckled outright in his relief.
Klamath Falls— Labor is scarce in
Melons — Cantaloupes, $2.25o/2.60 spirators contemplated seizing the
him talk frank sense, man fashlon.
“There's some kind of eats In a
per crate; watermelons, 90c0/$l per ministers o f state and deputies and the Klamath region.
Cantaloupes Too Thin.
But of course he did nothing of the stand over there,” volunteered a grtn-
simultaneously General Conceive was o f work by the reclamation service,
Portland— Cantaloupes which were kind. When he arrived at Lowell he
lng reporter from a Boston newspa
Potatoes — Jobbing prices: Bur to make a raid on the capital.
the starting work in the logging not o f sufficient density to stay in a went to a doctor and had the strained per. "tf you can bear them. Bay,
banks, new, 600i)75c per hundred.
camps and various mills and the open paper bag, and would leak out on the srm cared for. Instead.
'loyd, do you know, I guess If you
Rebels Die Without Trials.
Vegetables — Artichokes. 650/'75c
ing of the harvest season have absorb pavement, failed to to meet the crit
had a sister she'd be a right pretty
dozen; beans, 2c pound: cabbage, lot
Mexico C ity —The right to execute ed all the available labor, and farmers ical taste o f Market Inspector J. F.
l|c; cauliflower, $10/1.25 dozen; cel rebels without trial was conferred up have advanced their wage from $1.50 Singer Thursday.
The fruit, which
I have got one,” was the eerene
ery, 85co/$l; corn, 150.25c; cucum on the Mexican army, when the perma per Hay to $2.on and are not yet get- had been shipped in refrigerator cars,
bers, 50c box; eggplant 10<hi)12)c nent committee o f congress approved ting a full supply o f help. The pros- failed to stand up after it was placed
Floyd » a : sitting on a railing In
'You have? Can I ask what ahe
pound; head lettuce, 200i>25c dozen; the bill providing for suspension of pects are that there will be good de- 0n sale, and Singer, passing by, found front of the repair pits, when Stanton looks like?”
peas, 80/.9c pound; peppers, 80110c. guarantees in three states and por mand for ordinary labor here until ¡t drooping hy the way.
Singer took came out to the course next morning,
Just like me; we're twins,” he re
Hops — 1912 contracts, 180i;19c; tions o f nine others
It will not be December 1, and perhaps longer,
personal charge o f 85 crates o f the engaged In chatting airily with a cou plied absently, his eyes dwelling on
come effective, however, until approv cording to weather conditions.
fruit and took them to the crematory, ple of jovial drivers from rival cars. the Mercury.
Wool — Eastern Oregon, 140/18c ed, article by article.. The measure,
He was laughing, and furthermore he
where they were destroyed.
The description accorded ao oddly
mohair, which principally provides for martial
Klamath Crop Heavy,
was clad in correct racing costume.
Ith hts appearance, as he stood in
law. will apply to the states where the
Otcott Will Spare Dogs.
Klamath Falls—There are 15 thresh
hts rumpled attire, his serious face
Cattle — Choice steers, $6.750/7; rebels are the most harrassing.
ing outfits In this county, but the crop
stained and darkened with dust, that
Salem — Following a conference Jlend of the former occasion.
good, $60/6.50; medium, $5.760/6;
is so heavy this season that it is fear with Dr. Calvin S. White, secretary
The gronp, already breaking up. there was a universal roar of laughter
Mountain Climber it 81.
choice cows, $5.760/6.25; good, $5.50
ed they cannot thresh the whole crop. o f the state board o f health, Acting Irew apart at Stanton's approach,
"For shame, to slander a lad y!"
0/5.75; medium, $5//5.60; choice cal
Ashland, Or. — More than 80 mem The threshermen are talking o f organ- Governor Olcott announced that he nodding greeting to him. Rut. beyond Jeered one.
ves, $70i8.25; good heavy calves, $6 bers of the Siskiyou club o f this city, iling, with a view to districting the would not issue a proclamation quar rertirntng the salutes, be disregarded
"Doesn't she ever wash her face.
$3.50fd;5. 10; stags, climbed Mount Ashland Sunday, view work. They hope in this manner to antining Multnomah county as to ill except Floyd, opposite whom he Floyd?" called another,
ing the panorama o f scenic beauty as save much time ordinarily lost in mov dogs and cats with rabies, and allow •topped.
"Can't you support her without mak
Hogs — Light, $80/8.75; heavy, seen from the summit o f the highest ing from place to place. Whether ing the killing o f all unleashed and
"You seem to have nothing to do; ing her heave coal for a living?” gibed
peak in this section o f Southern Ore- they will succeed is a question, for unmuzzled dogs found roaming at a the machine ready?" he flung, with a third.
Sheep— Yearlings, $30/4 25; weth gon. W. H. Smith, aged 81, was the farmers usually have a preference In large.
Floyd laughed with the reat, glanc-
He is under the impression lls ugliest Intonation.
ers, $3o/4.60; ewes, $30/3.76; lambs, oldest person who successfully made such matters and may not be
-4 a lln n ^ J e/T t h e rail I n « a a 4 I m dew* at hlmaaif.
tiling that he would have no warrant o f law
$ 40 / 5 . 30 .
'■ the trip.
to accede to the proposed plan.
to issue such a proclamaion.
Current Events of Interest Gathered
From the World at Large.
IN G R A M ’
of The Gamc anJ íL? C aiJls
(TO BE C O N T IN U E D .)
Health Is a state of physical, mental
and moral equilibrium, a normal func
tionating of body, mind and soul. It
Is the state when work Is a pleasure,
when the world looks good and beau
tiful and the battle of life seems worth
Health Is the antithesis ol
disease, degeneracy hnd crime. The
laws of health are as Inexorable as
the law of gravitation, as exacting as
eternal justice, as relentless as fate,
and their violation Is the beginning
and cause of all disease, suffering and
sin. Health Is the most desired of
earthly blessings. When finally lost
It cannot be purchased by uncounted
millions, restored by the alienist or
returned by the pulpit. Health Is that
state of happiness, faith and love
whose prototype was the first man—
Adam; whose ideal Is tbe Christ.-«
S. J. Crumbtne. M. D„ Topeka, Kab
To Minimize Accidents.
An fnterestlng method of educating
tbe public In the prevention of etreet
accidents, which possesses possibili
ties tn other directions, employed by
the Boston Elevated Railway com
pany, Is commented on tn a recent
number of the Journal of the Amer
ican Medical association. The rail
way company offered a large number
of prfzea to high school puplla for the
best specimens of verses containing
Instruction and caution In the way of
prevention of traffic accidents on the
streets which would appeal particu
larly to children. The plan created
great Interest among the school chil
dren. and a large number of answers
were received. The company award
ed about *00 prizes, the largest being