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NEWS OF THE WEEK
WAR FOR COAST |
Shell Transport Interests To Bring
U THk® H k h i h «
STATE NEWS IN GENERAI
d lÄ n m iiT W
the new drill <• to ting .** Bailey pulled
out a handkerchief and rubbed hit
brow "Excuse me. It's warm. Yes,
he wants me to strengthen a knuckle
he's spoken couelderable about I t I
guess he's right; better toe much than
too little ”
"1 do not see that follows. I should
Imagine that you understood building
chassis better than this racing driver.
You had best consult outside experts
In construction before making a
. ' 1
"U ncle!" Emily cried.
“T here’s a twenty-four hour race
starts tomorrow night,” Bailey sug
gested uneasily, “It's easy fixed, aud
we might be wrong.”
“We have always made them this
“ Yes, but—”
"Consult experts, then. 1 do not like
your m anager’s tone; be la too as
suming. Now let me see those pa
Emily's parasol slipped to the floor
with a sharp crash us she stood up.
quite pale and shaken.
“Uncle, Mr. Lestrange knows,” she
appealed. "You heard him say what
would happen—please, please let It be
Amazed, Mr. Ffrench looked at her,
his face Betting.
“You forget your dignity,” he re
torted In displeasure. "This Is m ere
childishness, Emily. Men will be con
sulted more competent to decide than
this Lestrange. That will do.”
From one to the other she gazed,
then turned away.
“I will wait out In the cart,” she
said. “I—I would rather be outdoor»."
Dick Ffrench was up stairs, stand
ing with Lestrange lu one of the nar
row aisles between lines of grimly ef
ficient machines that bit or cut their
way through the steel and aluminum
fed to them, when Rupert came to
him with a folded visiting card
"Mias Ffrench sent It," was the ex
planation. “She's sitting out In her
horse-motor car. and she called me off
the track to ask me to demean myself
by acting like a m essenger boy. All
"All right,” said Dick, running an
astonished eye over the card.
“Then I'll hurry back to my em
broidery. I'm several laps behind In
my woFk already "
"See here. I.estrange." Dick began,
as the mechanician departed, sitting
down on a railing beside a machine
steadily engaged In notching steel
disks Into gear-wheels.
"Don’t do th a t!” Lestrange exclaim
ed sharply “Get up, Ffrench.”
“It’s safe enough."
"It’s nothing of the kind. The least
"Oh. well," he reluctantly rose, "If
you're going to get fuasy. Read what
Emily sent up."
Lestrange accepted the card with a
faint flicker of expression.
"Dick, uncle U making the steering-
knuckle wait for expert opinion," the
legend ran. In pencil. "Have Mr. Bai
ley strengthen Mr Lestrange's car,
anyhow. Do not let him race so."
Near them two men were engaged
In bnbblttlng bearings, passing tadle-
Los Angeles A great struggle for i
supremacy in the gasoline industry
Interest To Oregonians
along the Pacific Coast and the W est
ern part of the United S tates general
ly will soon be in progress between PLAN IS TO BLOCK HILL LINE CROOK COUNTS WINS PRIZE
the Standard Oil company and its
principal European rival, the A siatic Harriman Interests Kush Survey Eastern Oregon Has Best Forage
Petroleum company, according to an
l Tp McKenzie Valley.
Exhibit al Minneapolis.
O' A U T H O R OF THE GAME AND THF CAUDLE,
President-elect Wilson declines to nouncements
make any more »peakingengagem ents. the Shell Transport & Trading com interests to forestall the Hill people
Oregon, secured the N orthern Pacific
Roosevelt urges successful third- pany, one of the many subsidiaries of in the building of a railroad up the railway * »ilver cuk offered for the COPY/f/cA’r /9/0 o r oaeas-stf/r/t/it
party legislators to work hard to carry
the announcement afte r a m eeting copy of a resolution of the hoard of best disj/lay of forajje plants exhibited
dismissing the boy who had ushered
out party pledges.
w ith J. C. Van Eick, of San Fran directors of the Oregon & C alifornia at the recent Northwestern Land Pro
them In “Sit down. FJmlly; Halley
A ustria is assem bling her entire war cisco,
T h« «tory opens on L ong Island, n ear will return directly, no doubt.”
president of the American Gaso Railroad company, filed w ith the sec ducts exposition at Minneapolis.
fleet at Pola, the chief naval station line company,
city. w here Miss Emily
and H. G. G allagher and retary of state and w ith the Lane The display at the exposition was F fre nc h, ------- a relative
But Emily had already sat down, for
of E th a n W ren ch,
o f A ustro-Hungary.
m a n u f a c tu r e r of the celebrated " M e r ahe knew the voice speaking beyond
H. L. Burleson, also officers of the county clerk.
u ry '' automobile, loees her way. The the half open door, and that the long
B utter advanced two cents a pound latter concern.
This resolution authorizes the con made by the Prineville Commercial c oar
haa stopped a nd her cousin, Dick
in Portland, Or., m arkets, on account H arris said ho had comfe from Lon struction Of a trifle over 24 m iles of club jointly w ith tht Oregon and W est Ffrench. Is too m uddled with drink to prevented meeting was now Immi
dire ct It arig ht. T hey meet a n o th e r c ar nent.
of scarcity of the supply.
don especially to establish along the raiim ad from a jo in t on the Natron ern Colonization company.
which la run by a professional racer
n a m ed L eatrange. T he la tte r fixes up
Coast from San Diego, CaL, K l.unath cut-off, a few m iles east of The foragjt jilant/ In this disj/lay the
"It will not do," Leatrange was stat
The money tru st investigating com to Pacific
Ffrench o a r and directs Mlsa Ffrench ing definitely. "It should be rein
to proceed hom ew ard. E th a n
m ittee listened to a strung defense of porting stations for m otor sp irit and M artin’s rapids, where the Oregon consisted o f various bundles of alfalfa, how
Ffrench haa disinherited hla son, who forced."
field peas, m am m on and medium clo ha
the clearing house system.
s disappeared. He Inform s Em ily
th at active work along th at line would Power company is doing the prelim i ver,
"It’s always been strong enough."
th a t he would like to have her
Train robbers got a shipm ent of be begun imm ediately.
nary work on a hydro-electric project. w heat grass, veteh, sw eet clover, fili m a r ry Dick,
w ho le a go od -n atu red but Bailey's slower tones objected. "For
fellow. It a p p ea rs th a t a
$20,000 in gold that was being sent to He said I*o8 Angeles would be the The action of the H arrim an in ter gree, tim othy and wild rye. The ah Irresponsible
a r tn e r of E tlm n Ffrench w anting an e x years. It’s not a thing likely to
the F irst N ational bank of T aft, Cal., center of the series o f , im porting sta ests came rather as a surprise here, as falfa was of the first cutting and p pert
to race with the " M e rc u ry " at auto break.”
has engaged I.estrange, and at
tions, m aking it the distributing it was definitely known th at Portland, m easured seven feet in length. Sev events,
"Not likely to break? Look at last
Ffrench factory Emily e ncou nters the
Eugene & Eastern surveyors had been eral heads of the tim othy were 14 the
yo ung man. T hey refer pleasantly to year's record. Mr. Bailey, and tell me
G reat B ritain has presented in w rit point.
m eeting w hen Dick com es along and
R. H. Gibson, of New York, con at work all sum m er checking up on inches long, while a bundle of the wild their
ing a vigorous protest against the ex
recognizes the young racer. Dick likes that A broken steering knuckle killed
the w ay L e s tra n g e Ignores their first Brook In Indiana, another sent Little
emption of American coast-wise ship nected w ith the Indian Refining com old surveys made when Al Welch first rye m easured 11J feet in height.
eeting w hen he app eared to a d is a d to the hospital In M assachusetts, the
pany, held an informal conference planned the Portland, Eugene & East
ping from Panam a canal tolls.
forage was raised in the inter m vantage.
L e s tra n g e tells Emily th a t he
with the others after they had con em system, and it had been understood ior This
will tr y to e du ca te her Indifferent cousin sam e thing wrecked the leader at the
The Corn Products company of New cluded their principal m eeting, but his th at an electric line was to bp built distant from Redmond, a station on a s an autom obile expert.
last Beach race and dashed him
York is accused by dealers of m aking connection, if any, w ith the predicted In fact. President Strahorn, of the the new Oregon Trunk railw ay, an
the fence Do you know what
w ritten contracts for rebates in viola struggle for supremacy in the gasoline Portland, Eugene & Eastern, has made affiliated line of the N orthern Pacific
to the driver of a machine
tion of the Sherman anti-trust law.
announcement th at his company was road.
industry was not disclosed.
hurling Itself along the narrow verge
considering the building of this line
destruction, when the steering
General Maus, commander of the
a lightening of the atmos of
but at th at tim e had'no definite news OREGON IS RICH IN SHEEP affairs,
wheel suddenly turns useless In his
departm ent of the Columbia, has rec
to give out.
Can you feel the sick helpless
ommended to the W ar departm ent the
healthful cheer In the days that fol grasp?
The Oregon Electric, since it has
ness. the confronting of death, the
fortification of Grays harbor and
acquired w ater jx/wer rights at Clear More Than 2,000,000 Animals In house met It In Bailey’s undisguised compressed second before the crash?
Eastern Part of State.
la It worth while to risk It for a bit
Vienna The fate of Dr. Jules Con Lake, capable of developing 33,000
and pride when they discussed of
By sending large quantities of rice stantin,
a French avaitor in the Bul horsejjower, was also popularly sup Salem There are 2,225,000 sheep elation
to the Philippine m arkets to be sold at garian service,
was decorated by posed to' be [Wanning the construction in E astern Oregon. There are sheep factory's resources, met It yet again The clear realism of the picture
reasonable prices, the government King Ferdinand who
for bravery, is de of a railroad up the McKenzie, and on 6818 farm s in Oregon, or on 14 per In Emily's pretty gaiety and content forced a pause, filled by tlie dull roar
foiled the gam e of rice speculators and scribed in a dispatch
ju st received thence to a junction w ith the Oregon cent of all the farm s in the state. But most strikingly was he confronted and throb through the machinery
prevented a rice famine.
here. Dr. Constantin started from Trunk east of the Three Sisters.
These are figures shown in the re|>ort with an alteration in Dick
A 14-inch gun exploded while being Surm a village on his last flight over FIRST EQUAL SUFFRAGE VOTE of the S tate Board of Shee|> commis It was only a week after his first “They were not our cars that broke,
of them ,” Bailey Insisted.
tested at the Sandy Hook naval prov the Tchatalja lines w ith the object of
sioners which has ju st been received morning ride with Lestrange. that any "Not
cars, no But the steering
ing grounds, but did not cause a dropping bombs on the Turkish troops
Dick electrified the company at din knuckle our
of my own machine broke un
scratch to anyone, though explosions His biplane was seen to descend some Oregon Women Take Prominent Oregon, states the rejjort, stands ner. by turning down the glass at his
der my hands last Match, on the road,
o f sm aller guns have taken many hours later near the Bulgarian camp.
Part in City Elections.
sixth in the sheej) producing states plate
and If I had been on a curve Instead
The aviator was found lying on the
ground dead, w ith a wound in his Oregon City -M rs. K ate «N ew ton, terested in handling Oregon sheep and thing," he announced “It's bad for of a straight stretch there would
The common towel was ordered chest. The wings of the biplane had first woman candidate for mayor in 40,000
have been a wreck. As It was, 1
people, more or less dependent the nerves.”
the state, lost by 836 votes, Linn E. on the industry.
abolished from railroad cars, vessels, been pierced by bullets.
brought her to a stop In the ditch.
all other interstate vehicles and from The instrum ents showed th at he had Jones going in easily. There were one m an is required to handle 400 complete astonishm ent It was Satur There Is no other thing that may not
stations, by Secretary MacVeagh in an reached a height of nearly 4000 feet. 1182 votes cast. Powder puffs, m ir sheep, m aking a total of 45,562 j/eople day night and by ancient custom Bal leave a fighting chance after It breaks
amendment to the interstate quaran He had photographed the Turkish rors and um brellas w ere left in booths intim ately connected w ith the indus ley was dining at the house
but this leaves absolutely none. I
Albany—Complete new city charter try.
know, you both know, that the steer
adopted; E. A. Johnson elected to A total of $2,265,000 is paid to la you been attending a revival facet ing-wheel Is the only weapon In the
American resident is Sm yrna fear COST OF LIVING AGAIN ISSUE council,
although nam e did not appear
grasp If It falls him. he
for the cost of caring for the sheep ing?” the young man's uncle Inquired driver's
the vanquished Turks will wreak ven-
on ballot. Women cast 194 votes or bor
goes out and his mechanician with
gence upon them.
cent of num ber cast.
President-Elect Favors Interna 28 N j/er
is estim ated at $8,000,000. Sheep "It's bad for the nerves,” repealed him.”
ew port—"D ry s” win 237 to 191. and
One of the Italian Camorri&ts who
Emily paled, shrinking She re
equipm ent are valued at $23, Dick “There Isn't any reason why I membered
$10,000 bond issue for w ater system 407,000.
was sentenced to 30 years’ im prison
the road under the maples
W ashington, D. C.—-President-elect carries. Women defy rain to vote.
m ent became violently insane.
and Leetrange's laughing face as he
as in favor of the G ladstone—All election officials are
who drive cars ever touch that leaned breathless across his useless
Senator Poindexter, of W ashington, Wilson is quoted bill
providing for an women; Mrs. Minda Church elected NEW ROAD MEASURE URGED men
wheel. That was what It had meant,
and look at their nerve.”
declares T aft should be impeached for Sulzer-Crawford
international conference on the high city treasurer over m ale opponent by
then, the lightly treated episode!
im proper use of Federal patronage.
cost of living. R epresentative Cur 25 votes.
Lane County (.range Will Work the Irritation usually produced by the "You’d better fix It like he wants
Greece refused to sign the peace ley, of M assachusetts, presided over a Tillamook W ets win by eight votes.
for Road Patrol.
display of ostentatious virtue, but It,” advised Dick's disturbed tones
protocol with Turkey, and it is be m eeting to discuss chances of passing Women cast half of votes, favoring
no comment. Emily gazed at "Remember, he's got to drive the car
lieved she may continue the w ar alone. the bill, at which others present in " d ry ” candidates for mayor. Mayor
her red mouth curving in Friday and Saturday, Bailey, not us."
cluded Frank S. Gardner, secretary of H arter’s election may be contested.
"It's not alone for my racer I'm
effort at seriousness.
Vancouver, W ash., is overrun with the New York Board of Trade and
speaking, but for every car that leaves
tram ps and beggars.
Transportation, and Professor Irving
Oxygen Explosive Is Made.
the shop,” Lestrange caught him up
take under advisem ent the suggestion ley dryly. "Stick to It.”
of Yale University.
"I'm not flinching; I've driven the car
Canada proposes to build three b at Fisher,
It is understood the bill will have 1912, we began the commercial manu
as a single lapse Ffrenchwood saw
tleships, at an aggregate cost of $35,- little
opposition. Commercial, ag ri facture of oxygen explosives at our mously adopted and a com m ittee ajj- com
paratively little of him, as time
000,000, as an adjunct to the B ritish cultural
pointed to present it to the court.
went on, the village and factory
and influential individuals were quoted Such was the word contained in a The resolution says “ th at expert much.
lost some weight, and ac
ence in several American states dem quired a He coat
Several groups of Mexican rebels as indorsing the movement for
of reddish tan.
have joined forces, m aking an army of world-wide study of the cost of living ier of the A storia Savings bank, from trol, by sections, for road repair work Emily watched and admired In si
1000 men under command of General from England, France, Germany, Aus E. E. Hoffman, president of the Gov wherever needed at the tim e when it is lence. She had not seen Lestrange
tria, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, ernm ent Standard Powders company,
again, but It seemed to her that his
Italy, Japan, New Zealand and the which is establishing a powder factory needed and when it can be done most Influence
overlay all the life of both
Aeroplanes used by the Bulgarian United
at Woods Landing, near the eastern method of keeping roads in usable con house and factory. Sometimes this
forces are said to have been an im
line of Clatsop county.
mense help in her operations against
and the county court would showed so plainly that she believed
Bold Outlaw Robs Train.
W hile the m anufacture of powder dition,
the law, to have full Mr. Ffrench m ust see, m ust feel the
Vancouver, B. C.- A train holdup has been started, the construction
silent force at work. But either he
put in j/ractice a did
The National League of Democratic th at for boldness has never been equal work is not yet completed and several patrol system , and sectioning
not see or chose to Ignore. And
clubs does not favor holding the inaug ed in Vancouver was perpetrated Sun weeks will necessarily elapse before therefor and placing in charge of each Dick was Incautious.
ural parade a t a later date than the day night ju st as the Canadian Pacific the jilant will be in full operation. As section some person, w hether super "I’m going to buy one of our road
railw ay’s "Im perial L im ited” trans the new mill will utilize by-products
actual taking of oath of office.
myself,” he stated one day. "Can
passenger train was pass th at have heretofore been regarded as visor or other employe, whose duty it sters
A fter two days of discussion, the continental
It at cost?"
of the city lim its.
worthless, its establishm ent is pre at frequent intervals and m ake repairs Mr. Ffrench felt for his plnce-nes.
peace treaty between Turkey and ing A out
single highwayman, disguised by dicted to provide a m arket for large
Italy, concluded a t Lausanne, was ap black
"You? Why do you not use the
mask, boarded the train as it quantities of m aterial now thrown which may be called for at any tim e.’ limousine?"
proved by the French chamber of dep a was
running slowly a mile and a half away.
"Because I don’t want to go around
More Livestock Is Plea.
entered the Pullman car and at
In a box driven by a chauffeur. I want
Colonel Archibald G rade, of W ash out,
a classy car to run myself I’ve been
ington, D. C., died in New York. He
and the Pullman conductuor to Portlands—Oil w ithin 30 days is the crease its livestock production as it driving
some of the stripped cars,
was one of he last persons to leave the sengers
lately, and I like It."
steam er T itanic, and with one other to the amount of $300. The man
I will give you a car. If you want
man clung all night to any empty dropped off the train ju st before it ar
decline, believes J. Odgen Armour,
first well in its properties in Harney to
answered bis uncle, quite kind
rived at B arnett, six miles out.
head of the big Chicago packing one.”
county about 18 m iles south of Burns. houses
"Go select any you pr /fer."
bearing his name, who was on ly. "Thank
J. C. Turney, president of the com a pleasure
you.” Dick sat up. beaming
Health Must Be Show n.
pany, who was in Portland this week, "F arm ers visit have
But I'll have to wait my turn, we’ve
neglected the live orders
Reno, Nev. The Episcopal church from Bums, made this prediction.
now. Lestrange says
departm ent of their business,” I’ve no ahead
W heat Track price Club, 78c;
Should the expected success come stock
right to come In and make
the d istrict of Nevada, in convoc
bluestcm , 81/« 82c; red Russian, 76c of
tion here, has adopted a resolution the Harney County fields to Portland, natural increase in population and the some other fellow wait.”
pledging the clergymen to require to deliver the product will soon be constant increase in demand, has cre Mr. Ffrench slowly stiffened.
Barley Feed, $24 ton; brewing, certificate
of health before perform ing projected. This has been under con ated a constant demand for m eats w ith “We do not require lessons In ethics
nominal; rolled, $27/« 28.
this Lestrange.” was the cold re
m arriage ceremony “ in any case sideration
the supply has been hárvF from
Corn Whole, $36; cracked, $37 ton. a where
the prelim inary sur which
huke. "I shall telephone Bailey to
there is a reasonable doubt as veys of the since
Millstuffs Bran, $23 ton; shorts, to the fitness
your car at once."
of either party for m ar and the engineers of the company de "W ith more attention to the live
$25; middlings, $30.
Hay Tim othy, choice, $17/« 18 ton; the convocation also advocated the en clare it to be a perfectly feasible plan. stock end of farm ing there should be er roadster brought
to the door, three hours
mixed E astern Oregon tim othy, $ 12/« actm
ent of a law in Nevada requiring discovery in the wells of the Pacific next few years and a resultant down later. And Emily appreciated that Le
15; nat and vetch, $12; alfalfa, $12; th at such
strange was discreet as well as com
a certificate of health he Livestock company of unm istakable ward tendency of the m ark et.”
clover, $10; straw , $6/«?.
pelting, when she found the black-
Oats No. 1 white, $26 ton.
signs of oil and gas, when the drill
young mechanician was detailed
Fresh F ru its Apples, 50e(ii$ 1.60
had reached a depth of only 6690 feet. School Children’s Fair Organized. to accompany Dick's maiden trips;
l*ox; pears, 75c/« $1.50; grapes,
Orenco— B. W. Barnes, county su- which duty was fulfilled. Incidentally,
City Runs Picture Show.
$1.60; M alagas, $8 per barrel; cran-
S. S. Duncan, su with the fine tact of a Richelieu.
berries, $11.50 barrel.
Chico, Cal. The trustees o f the Marshfield
In May there was a still greater ac
county; W. cession
.lobbing prices; Bur- town o f Biggs, a short distance south
of work at the factory. In ad
hanks, 60/«65c |* r hundred; sweet po of Chico, have taken the initiative in
first of June was to open
tatoes. 2Jc pound.
N orthern C alifornia in providing a river has closed. On the latter w ater
hour race at Beach
Onions Oregon, 90cfri$l per sack. municipally-controlled and owned mo way the co-operative cannery put up
was entered for
Vegetables Beans, 12c; cabbage, tion picture show. The venture is about 7000 cases of salmon, and did
the air; Dick
lc pound; cauliflower, $1.75 crate; financed by the city and has proved a not have as good a season as usual.
to eat and
celery. $3.50; cucumbers, 50dj 60o doz success. The show is conducted by In Marshfield, the T allant cannery had
Ayain In Emily's Pretty Gaiety and Content.
en;- eggplant, 10c [xiund; head let appointed officials and the admission about the most successful season of
tuce. 50r/«$l crate; |>eas, 12Jc [>ound; fee of 10 and 15 cents is put hack into any of the plants o f the county, and
Ffrench walked Into the room where before and I will again It may hold fula of molten metaF carelessly back
peppers, 10c; radishes, 15/820c dozen; the business, providing especially se turned out about 15,000 cases. The school children. All are enthusiastic his
niece was reading
I for ever, that part, but I’ve tested It and forth, and splashing hissing drops
sprouts, 8c; tom atoes, $1.50 box; lected films and pictures o f educational salmon brought to the fishermen of the
want to see Bailey," he said and It’» a weak point—take the warn over
the floor; at them [.estrange
garlic, 5/« 6c poiyut; pumpkins, ljc interest. The prom oters of the plan county quite a large sum of money,
ing for what It's worth."
gazed in silence, after reading, the-
pound; turnips, 75c sack; carrots, believe it can be made profitable.
and many received employment both
There was a movement as If he card still In his hand
75c; beets, 75c; parsnips, 75c.
Kails for Eugene-Coos Bay.
as fishermen and in the canning plants.
Anderson bring around the limou rose with the last word. Emily laid
(TO BE C O N T IN U E D .)
Eggs Fresh locals, candled, 42Je
King May Meet Wilson.
Eugene M aterial for the W iliam sine?"..
her hand on the arm of the chair
ilozen; E astern, 22J/<i27Jc.
ette-Pacifie line from Eugene to Coos
O ttaw a, Ont. King George and
Please let us drive." she exclaimed, turning her excited dark eyes on her A woman in Wise
B utter Oregon cream ery butter, President-elect Wilson are to tie asked Canyon City There is enough gold Bay began to arrive this week, and al rising
Trenton. N. J., who has
cubes, 37Jc pound: prints, 38J/«39c. to take part in the celebration o f the in the Canyon m ountain to cause a ready there are nine carloads of steel to the factory for months .”
been having a lot of trouble with her
meet his manager, this was the mo domestic
Pork Fancy, 9Je pound;.
help, was obliged recently to
for the bridge across the Long Tom ’"Very good. You are looking well. to
Voal Fancy, 134/« 14c pound.
accept the temporary service of a raw
and the United States at Queenstown day. says the Eagle. Specimens of river ami for stream s farth er to the Emily, of late "
Poultry Hens, 13c; broilers, 13c; H eights, near N iagara Kails, in June,
recruit In the shape of an Irlab girl
and placer gold are taken from west. Track-laying, however, will Surprised, a soft color swept the did force of earnestness still vibrant Just
turkeys, live, 20c; dressed,' choice, 22 1914. The project for inviting the quartz
landed In this country.
not begin until the w eather become* face she turned to him.
t<b28c; ducks, 12J/«14r; geese, 12J/« King was taken up with Prem ier Bor belief is now reigning th at a veritable settled. "N o rails will be laid at
After a preliminary surrey of the
girl and a dejected sigh, the lady of
den by members of the cabinets of On
Klondike exists in the old hill jiresent, ” said W. R. Fountain, engi better this spring.”
wanted Ethan Ffrench'a liking for this the
Hops 1912 crop, prim e and choice. tario and Quebec. The invitations hidden
side. The w riter on the Eagle says neer in charge, "ow ing to the soft
1(1/« 18 per pound.
"W hat can you do?”
will be forwarded by the Dominion he saw a 10-pound lard bucket full of condition of the grade, and we have bitter gray eyes passed deliberately "Uncle," she began "U ncle----- "
Wool — E astern Oregon, 14/« 18c government.
"Shure, most anything at all, mum,”
the gold disjilayed on the street* and not enough rails on hand to begin the over the large room with all Its traces But It was not I>estrange'a light responded
pound, according to shrinkage; valley.
2H<o22$c; m ohair, choice, 32c.
of the house glanced about
Colonlal times, but he said no more.
"Why, I didn’t know—" exclaimed
room. There was everything to
C attle Choice steers, $6.850(7.30; Ix/ndon —The Fabian society, an or the precious m etal apparently become.
Work to Begin on Tunnel.
It was an exquisite morning, too vir Bailey. "Excuse ms. Mr. Ffrench, the
you fill the lamps?"
good, $6.500/7.25; medium, $60/6.25; ganization
whose aim is to propagate
G ardiner — A second bargeload of ginal for June, too richly warm for they didn't tell me you were down.” she finally ventured
choice cows, $60/6.25; good, $5.500/ Socialist ideas among the middle and
railroad m aterial for P orter Bros., May. When the two exchanged the He glanced over hi» shoulder; as "Shure, I kin fill the
lam ps!” ac
5.76; mertnim, $4.500/5.25; choice upper classes, has added to its m em Eugene The m onster radish of the railroad
has been towed sunny road for the factory office, a he pulled shut the door Emil»/ fancied claimed the enthusiastic Celt,
calves, $7.50/« 8 - good heavy calves, bership roll the name of Earl Russell, season has appeared at Ixindon, and J. into the contractors,
river. The m aterial north room non* too light. It was a ah* heard an acho. as If the two young grabbed one and started o u t as Theo.
ifTwT: h.ifls, $3«T6; stags, $50/6.
the first m em ber o f the house o f lords N. Hogue i* the owner. It weighs was loaded Umpqua
at Yaquina, and consists of moment before their dazzled eyes per men left the next room. Bitterly die with the sir of one wishing above all
Hogs Eight, $7.75o/7.90; heavy, to become a Socialist. George Ber 18| pounds and is 254 inches in cir- cars, donkey
and oil. It is ceived no one was present. This was appointed, ahe sank back.
things to ault the possible caprices of
nard Shaw is a prom inent Fabian, and cum ference and 25J inches in length, expected th at engines
irt will begin to fly Bailey's private office, and Its owner "That was your m anager with you?" a new employer, she paused to query;
Y earlings, $4.25/«5.10; H. G. W’ells, the novelist, did much to and this is gospel truth, since Rev. J. at the site of the d big
between had passed Into the room beyond.
Mr. Ffrench frigidly Inquired.
"An' Is It gas or oli ye'd be w astin'
w ethers, $3.600/4.75; ew es' $3/«4; extend the society’s operations, but H. Moore vouches for the measure- G ardiner and Coos Bay, tunnel
on the Eugene- ’1 will wait," conceded Mr. ffrench, "Tee; he went up-stalrs to ace hew thlm ailed w lth r
has now withdrawn from it.
| Coos Bay railroad, very soon.
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