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1 S. Neutrality Must Be
ly applied It to the colonel's outbursts J ‘*Knew vihat?" rousing herself.
"That Courtlnudt nearly lost his Ilf«
without being depressed by the feel
Positively Obeyed to Letter
In the eighties."
ing of inelegance.
Washington, D. C.—The magnitude
"In the eighties!” dismayed at her
There Is invariably some slight hes
| of the problem of American neutrality j
itation In the selection of chairs slip.
in the international war into which
"Latitudes Polar expedition.**
around a tea table in the open. Nora
Europe has been plunged, what it may
St. Helens To keep the boys of St. every student an opportunity for sys
"Heavens! I waa miles away.**
scored the first point of this singular
| mean in the future in the internation Helens out of the saloons and pool tematic exercise.
The padre took her hand in his own
battle by eeiziug the padre on one
al relations of the United States and rooms after [their hours of work are
side and her father on the other and and began to pat It softly. It wub the
Boys now at work may have their
; how great its importance may prove done, the school board has arranged hours shortened that they may attend
pulling them down on the bench. It nearest he dared approach In the way
| to Americans at present, came sharply special courses and classes that may be classes, while those who propose soon
was adroit in two ways: it put Court of suggesting caution. He alone of
i to the attention of the administration. attended day or night.
landt at a safe distance and in uowise them all knew.
to leave school will be given vocational
I Prompt steps were taken to see that
“Oh, I believe I read something
offended the younger men, who could
These courses are designed to meet instruction.
i the President’s proclamation of neu- j the needs of a large number of boys of
find no cause for alarm in the close about it in the newspapers."
The normal pupil will be given his
A big Russian warship has run trality is observed to the letter. In- school age, who are now working in full four-years’ course.
proximity of her two fathers, the spir
"Five years ago." Abbott set down
aground at Aland islands.
structions were telegraphed to every
industrial plants of the town and business and in industrial arts and sei
itual and the physical. A few mo his tea cup. "He’s the bravest man I
ments later Courtlandt saw a smile know. He’s rather a friendless man,
! whose education has not been com- ences will be furnished to the student
Paris is without lights, having run
of malice part her Ups, for he found besides. Horror of money. Thinks
out of coal and no more is to be had.
The library will be held
between Celeste and the in every one is after him for that. Tries
In addition, the board proposes to open at night.
Diplomatic relations between France
to throw it away; but the income piles
and Germany were formally broken olf.
"Touched!" he murmured, for he up too quickly. See that Indian, pass
| well protected grounds, where many Ross, Judge R. S. Hatton, and Charles
The women of France have been
was a thorough sportsman and appre ing the cakes? Wouldn’t think it,
teams will be given daily practice and Graham, and Miss Alice Quick, clerk.
called to the fields to gather the unhar
ciated a good point even whtfti taken would you, that Courtlandt carried
by his opponent.
him on his back for five miles! The
"I never saw anything like it," whis Indian had fallen afoul a wounded
German societies in Portland, Or.,
tiger, and the beaters were milei off.
are collecting funds with which to help
I've been watching. They haven't even
"Saw what?" he asked.
spoken to each other. Courtlandt's
It is reported that the Germans in a
"Mr. Courtlandt can't keep his eyes probably forgotten all about the Inci
single sea tight, lost 111 ships to the
dent, and the Indian would die rather
Salem — The State Tax commission the commission. He says:
English and French.
"I say!" The colonel adjusted his than embarrass his savior before
has announced that 10 per cent is the
“ It is our opinion that 10 per cent is
total penalty to be added to taxes de the total penalty to be added to taxes
Germans are reported to have quit
more clearly by doing so, but because
"Your friend, then, is quite a hero?"
linquent September 1. A majority of delinquent on the first day of Septem
attack on the city of Liege, Belgium,
S Y N O P S IS .
habit had long since turned an affecta
What was the matter with Nora s
the sheriffs had construed the law as ber. This penalty applies to taxes as
after losing thousands of men.
tion into a movement wholly mechan voice? Abbott looked at her wonder-
E l e a n o r a d e T o s c a n a w a s s i n g i n g In
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of the
have to pay interest at the rate of 12 tion to the cumulative penalty of 1 P a i i s . w h i c h , p e r h a p s , a c c o u n t e d f o r B d - ical. "Well, who can blame him? ingly. The tone was hard and un
w a n ! i ’o u r t l a n d t ’s a p p e a r a n c e t h e r e . M u l
President, died at the White House
per cent a year from April 1 in addi per cent a month applying during the t i m i l l i o n a i r e . h e w a n d e r e d a b o u t w h e r e Gad! if I were only twenty-five or musical.
at 5 o’clock Thursday evening.
"He couldn't be anything else, be
tion to the 10 per cent.
five months prior to September 1, the f a n c y d i c t a t e d . H e m i g h t b e In P a r i s o n e thereabouts."
Mrs. Harrigan did not encourage ing Dick Courtlandt's boy," volun
At a mass meeting of Socialists in
In a letter to Will C. Smith, sheritF date of delinquency. The 10 per cent d t h a e y o a n p d e r a K a h m e c g h o a e t s k a t o t h a e n c e a x f e t . a n F d o l l is o w i a n c g
Brussels it was resolved to uphold the
at Grants Pass, Commissioner Gallo delinquency supersedes and takes tike c o s t e d b y a p r e t t y y o u n g w o m a n . S h e this regret. The colonel had never teered Harrigan, with enthusiasm. ‘‘It
g a v e h i m t lie a d d r e s s o f F l o r a D e s i m o n e ,
been a rich man. On the other hand, runs in the family."
government in its present crisis.
way defines the law as construed by place of all prior penalties.’’
vocal riv al of T o s c a n a , a n d F lo ra gives
this Edward Courtlandt was very rich;
"It seems strange," observed Nora,
h i m t h e a d d r e s s o f E l e a n o r a . w h o m lie Is
Big German liner slips out of New
d eterm in ed
t o s e e.
he was young; and he had the entree "that I never heard you mention that
More Good Roads Are
Wallowa County Wheat
E le a n o ra * ap artm ents.
S h e o rd ers him
York harbor in the night and without
to the best families In Europe, which you knew a Mr. Courtlandt."
o u t a n d s h o o ts a t him.
T he next day
passengers, but loaded with coal.
Wanted in Lincoln County
Yield Largest in History a P p a p r i e s a r a is n c s e h o o e f k t e h d e p b r y i m t n h e d o m n n y a s . t e r R i o e u a s l i z d i i n s g was greater in her eyes than either "Why, Nora, there’s a lot of things
The Standard Oil company has an
Newport -Petitions are being cir
Enterprise — While no threshing re t h a t h e m a y b e s u s p e c t e d o f t h e a b d u c youth or riches. Between sips of tea nobody mentions unless chance brings
E l e a n o r a C o u r tla n d t a r r a n g e s for
she builded a fine castle in Spain.
nounced that it may be necessary for
them up. Courtlandt—the one I knew
turns have been made yet, it is the a t i n o n a l <>f
ibi. E l e a n o r a r e a p p e a r s a n d a c c u s e s
Abbott and the Barone carried their —has been dead these sixteen years.
that company to curtail the output of
C o u r t la n d t o f h a v in g a b d u c te d her.
have placed on the ballot at the fall
county’s wheat yield will be the larg a l i b i i s s a t i s f a c t o r y t o t h e p o l i c e a m i s t h t o e cups and cakes over to the bench and If I knew he had had a son, I’d for
sat down on the grass, Turkish-wise. gotten all about it. The only grave
election the proposition of bonding the est in its history. Several thousand c L h a a k r e g e C o Is m o d i t s o m i r s e s s e t d . a f t e r E l t e h a e n o s r h a o c f k lee
Many instances are being told of the
county for $190,000 5 per cent, 20 acres of land are producing their first Is f o l l o w e d b y a n u m b e r o f h e r a d m i r e r s , Both simultaneously offered their yard isn’t on the hillside; there’s one
shameful treatment of Russians who
year bonds, the money to be used in crop. The straw is not as long as last c a u m r o e d n g h e t r h e a m b d u t c h t e i o n p . r i n C c o e u r w t l h a o n d r t e a a l l l s y o g p o r e o s cakes, and Nora took a lady finger under everybody’s thatch.”
were caught at German watering
the construction of permanent roads.
The padre nodded approvingly.
year, but the heads seem better filled t o C o m o a n d t h e r e m e r e t a s n d J i m f a m t h i e e r H o f a r E r i l - from each. Abbott laughed and the
places and rest-cures.
Last spring similar petitions were with grain. Last year summer rains R e a a n n o . r r a e . t i i w o h d o s p e r i z r e e f a i l g h n t a e m
Nora was not particularly pleased
e Is N o r a I l a r r i -
According to a Sofia dispatch, the
"Oh, daddy mine!” sighed Nora with this phase in the play. Court
circulated and the required number of produced rank, heavy straw that made g a n . H a r r l g a n t a k e s C o u r t l a n d t i n t o h i s
mobilization of the Servian army has
names secured, but the County court, fine appearing fields, but the season is f t o a v o h r i s a d t a o u n g c h e t . e r , H e b u i t n t t r h o e d u l c a e t s t e r C o g u i r v t e l s a n d no t drolly.
landt would find a valiant champion
disclosed defects and shown that it
not caring to take the responsibility of short here and in many instances the s i g n o f e v e r h a v i n g m e t h i m b e f o r e . S h e
in her father, who would blunder in
was unprepared for war.
"Don’t let mother see those shoes." when some fine passes were being ex
calling a special election, a mass meet heads did not fill and the grain ripen, s t u d i o u s l y a v o i d s h i m .
"What’s the matter with ’em? Ev changed. And she could not tell him;
ing of the citizens of the county was
Twenty-five thousand men worked
Dry farm wheat is good on land
C H A P T E R V I I I — Continued.
erybody's wearing the same."
called by the county judge and as the properly summer fallowed last year,
she would have cut out her tpngue
throughout Sunday night entrenching
“I have had many wicked thoughts
‘Yes. But I don’t see how you man rather.
opponents of good roads were in full and seeded .in the fall.
the frontier between the Belgian forts
Where the lately," resumed Nora, turning her
age tc do it. One shoe string is vir-
attendance influence was brought to seed was drilled in on stubble, there is
"Will you forgive me?" asked Ce
and the German boundary.
gaze away ffom the tennis players
bear and the special election was not practically no crop.
leste of Courtlandt. Never had slie
The report circulated in London that
called. It is believed, however, that makeshift method produced good re She and the padre were sitting on the
felt more ill at ease. For a full ten
there had been a naval engagement in
minutes ho chatted pleasantly, with
the county court will now place the
on account of the unusually lower steps of the veranda. The oth
»rs were loitering by the nets.
the North Sea between British and
never the slightest hint regarding the
proposition before the people at the ab„ndant rains.
German warships is untrue.
"The old plaint disturbs you?’*
episode in Paris. She could stand it
regular election. Good roads are bad
Many homesteaders are raising their
no longer. "Will you forgive me?"
ly needed here, as in winter it is al first crop this year, and the results are
It was officially announced that
"Can you not cast It out wholly?**
most impossible to get over the pres directly proportionate to their labors
France had undertaken in the event of
"Hate has many tentacles."
ent ones with a team and most of the last fall and this spring.
"That night in Paris."
hostilities to fulfill her obligations to
"What produces that condition of
farmers come to town on horseback, worked the soil thoroughly they have
"Do not permit that to bother you
preserve Belgian neutrality.
laying in a stock of provisions in the splendid crops, but where they just
in the least. I was never going to re
John Burns, president of the local
we have wronged somebody?”
MRS. WOODROW WILSON
scratched the surface and trusted to
government board of London, has re
"Or because somebody has wronged
"Was it so unpleasant?”
luck, they have had no luck. The most ur
signed. He is in disagreement with Wife of President Wilson, who died
"On the contrary, I was much
Thursday evening, Aug. 6. Inter Three Burned to Death
successful of the new settlers as a rule
the war policy of the government.
ment was at Rome, Ga., the de
are those from the Palouse country of misjudged?" softly.
in Oregon Forest Fire Washington and Idaho, who have
"I did not tell you the truth.”
President Wilson appealed to the
ceased’s girlhood home.
"Good gracious!" exclaimed Nora,
"So I have found out.”
managers of the 98 Western railroads
Drain — Three men lost their lives learned the secret of raising good dry springing up.
to arbitrate its differences with its country to see that it is observed and in a forest fire which destroyed all the farm wheat, with summer fallow and
"I do not believe that it was you,"
"What is it?"
men, and the same has been accepted that vessels clearing from American camp equipment and three donkey en much working of the soil.
"Father is coming up the path!”
"Thanks. I had nothing to do with
The snowstorm and frost that visit
gines of the Leona Mills Lumber com
American tourists in Paris are un ports make out the necessary papers.
"I am glad to see him. But I do not
Miss Harrigan's imprisonment."
To supplement this, orders were pany, t\yo miles west of the town of ed all Eastern Oregon and neighboring recollect having seen the face of the
able to cash their checks and are
"Do you feel that you could make
stranded, owing to the Euorpean war. sent to the commander of every rev Leona. The fire is still raging and a states early in June reduced the alfal man with him."
a confidant of me?"
fa yield, but did little or no damage to
New York bankers will send $3,500,- enue cutter from Eastport, Me., to Se large force of men are fighting it.
The lithe eagerness went out of
He smiled. "My dear Ml3s Four
The dead are John P. Durfee, Albert grain.
attle and Nome, Alaska, to give every
000 in gold to relieve the stress.
Nora's body instantly. Everything
nier, I have come to the place where
possible assistance to the customs offi Safley and George Hughes.
I distrust even myself."
Choose New State Road Route
The American government will al cers to avoid violations of the proc
Hiram Applegate and several others
come enveloped in one of those fogs
"Forgive my curiosity!"
Eugene — With the development in that suddenly blow down menacingly
were badly burned.
low only strictly censored messages to lamation.
Courtlandt held out his cup to Rao.
The fire started from a log on which view of a trans-state highway from from hidden icebergs. Fortunately
be sent out by the powerful wireless
The cutters' cruising grounds cover
"I am glad to see you again."
stations on the Atlantic Coast.
every mile from Maine to Galveston two blasts of dynamite had been the Willamette valley to Eastern Ore the inquiring eyes of the padre were
placed. One of the charges did not gon, seven government officials left not directed at her. He was here, not
and up the Pacific Coast.
The little Frenchwoman was tom
The dreadnaught Florida, of the U.
For the present their officers and expolde and the men were afraid to Eugene Tuesday for Eastern Oregon a dozen yards away, coming toward ■
with curiosity and repression. She
S. navy, is stationed in the channel men will act in conjunction with the approach the spot to combat the fire by way of the McKenzie highway and her, her father's arm in ills! After I
wanted to know what causes had pro
the McKenzie pass.
leading out of New York, and the cap customs officials in port. If there are until it had spread beyond control.
what had passed he had dared! It
duced this unusual drama which was
The trip is a sequel to a similar trip was not often that Nora Harrigan was
tain inspects the cargo of every ship reports, however, of strange expedi
The victims were caught when the
unfolding before her eyes. To be pre
“W ill Y o u F o rgiv e Me?
leaving that port.
tions in the windings of the coast wind suddenly changed the course of made by the same engineers last year, subjected to a touch of vertigo, but at
sented with effects which had no ap
following which a large sum of govern this moment she felt that if she stirred
where there are no collectors, and if the fire, surrounding them.
It is announced that the Canadian smuggling of arms is attempted, the
Mr. Durfee is survived by a wife ment money became available for the ever so little she must fall. The stock gin white and the other Is pagan parent causes was maddening. It was
not dissimilar to being taken to the
government will take immediate ac cutters will be sent out on patrol duty and two children, and Mr. Hughes development of the McKenzie highway
whence she had sprung, however, was
‘Tve got nine pairs of shoes, and second act of a modern problem play
tion should any attempt be made to un to search the seas.
over the Cascades, which was consider aggressive and fearless; and by the
leaves a bride of three months.
duly enhance prices of food stuffs on
ed the first step in the creation of a time Courtlandt had reached the outer yet there's always something the mat and being forced to leave before the
account of the European war.
great trans-state highway through markings of the courts, Nora was ter," ruefully. "I never noticed when curtain rose upon the third act. She
Steps for Rip Road Made.
I put them on. Besides, I wasn't had laid all the traps her intelligent
Sisters and Redmond. The route from
The American liner St. Paul sailed
St. Helens—Filling nine columns in there East is not announced definitely. physically herself again. The advan coining."
mind could Invent; and Nora had calm
Are Killed in Collision the local paper, the County court pub
tage of the meeting would be his. That
for Liverpool with one of the largest
"That’s no defense. But rest easy. ly walked over them or around. Nora’ s
The trip is also considered prelim was Indubitable. Any mistake on her
Joplin, Mo. Thirty-eight persons
eastbound consignments of mail ever
mind was Celtic; French in Its adroit
I’ll be as secret as the grave."
lishes this week a complaint filed in inary to further road work on the Mc
carried by a vessel leaving New York. were killed and 25 injured Thursday the condemnation proceedings for Kenzie highway, which according to part would be playing into his hands.
"Now, I for one would never have ness and Irish in its watchfulness and
noticed if you hadn’t called my atten tenacity. And now she had set her
Two large British liners bound from
rights of way for the Columbia High the plans of the highway engineers, is
"Let us go and meet them, padre," tion," said the padre, stealing a glance arts of persuasion in motion (aided by
Liverpool to New York took refuge in bound passenger train No. 2, on the way. It is set forth in the bulky com to be one of the principal intermoun
the harbor at Halifax, N. S., to avoid
plaint that as the Columbia Highway tain highways between the Willamette her mother and the others, the inevit at his own immaculate patent leathers. a piquant beauty) to lift a comer of
"Ah, padre, that wife of mine has the veil from this man's heart. Check
German cruisers who were chasing Missouri & North Arkansas railroad is a public necessity it is deemed ad- valley and Central Oregon.
able introduction would be shorn of eyes like a pilot-fish. I’m In for it."
Kansas City Southern track near Tip-
"I should like to help you,” she
"Borrow one from the colonel before
When the German ambassador and ton Ford, ten miles south of here.
"Nora!" It was her mother calling. you go home," suggested Abbott.
Sheriff A. B. Lake
Salem — Grasshoppers are playing
his suite, numbering 100 persons, ar
She put her arm through the padre’s,
Mistaken orders are said to have passed three days in the lower end of
“In what way?"
"That's not half bad." gratefully.
havoc with crops at the farm of the and they went forward leisurely.
rived in Harwich, England, a contin aused the accident.
It was useless, but she continued:
gent of the rifle brigade received them
Why, father, I thought you weren't
Among the injured was Dora Major,
“She does not know that you went
ceedings for these rights of way.
Steiner, superintendent, has reported coming," said Nora. Her voice was of forgetfulness.
and presented arms. The ambassador Seattle, Wash.
to Flora Desimone's that night."
in reply to the honor raised his hat.
without a tremor.
With supposedly a clear track
"And yet she sent you to watch me."
Nora looked at Courtlandt, who was
pests have virtually destroyed the po
Cannery Line Considered.
The padre hadn't the least idea that at that moment staring thoughtfully
"But so many things happened after
The Hindus employed at the Ham ahead, the passenger train plunged at
Gresham — A stockholder of the
volcano might at any moment open into his tea cup and stirring the con ward that she evidently forgot.”
mond Lumber company’s mill at As full speed into the motorcar, which
Fruitgrowers’ association re_ other crops. He says the insects are up at his side. He smiled benignly,
"That is possible."
toria, Or., are said to be planning to was corning from the opposite direc Gresham
tents Industriously. His face was
"(’hanged my mind." said Harrigan. little thinner, but aside from that he
(TO B E C O N T IN U E D .)
return to India soon to join in the tion. Each is said to have been run
revolution that is expected to ensue, ning 35 miles an hour. The motorcar the O.-W. R. & N. would build a track have swept down upon the farm,’’ Nora. Molly, I want you to meet Mr. had changed scarcely at all; and then
was telescoped and its gasoline reser to Gresham to handle the business of
Courtlandt. I don’t know that I ever
while England is involved in war.
H e D id n ’t M in d the Crow d.
“ We are fighting said anything about It, but his father because these two years had left so
voir exploded, throwing burning oil the association cannery if an annual said Dr. Steiner.
The most embarrassing moment of
little mark upon his face, a tinge of
All the London morning papers, even over the wreckage.
income of $500 were guaranteed. The
my life was when I once entertained
those representing the peace party,
The heavy train crushed the motor track will run from Troutdale, and the have the better of the situation.” Dr. He was on his way up here, so I came unreasonable anger ran over her. "Men
are unanimous in support of the gov car like paper anil the crash was im route of the road would be up Beaver Steiner said that so far as he had along with him.” Then Harrigan have died and worms have eaten a young man friend at our camp at a
ernment’s view that England is bound mediately followed by the fire, which creek and across to Cleveland’s addi learned the asylum farm had been the paused and looked about him embar- them," she thought cynically. Perhaps popular lake, on Sunday, writes a Chi
the air between them was sufficient cago Tribune correspondent. The
to fight in behalf of France and in the spread death and injury to almost tion. It is estimated the cannery will only sufferer.
rassedly. There were half a dozen ly charged with electricity to convey young man had been very attentive all
defense of Belgian and Dutch neu everyone on the motor.
ship out 600 carloads annually in a few
the impression across the intervening during our acquaintanceship but I
la x Dispute Is Settled.
years. The association will take up
The colonel quickly stepped into the space; for his eyes came up quickly, never had thought the affair serious.
the matter of railroad connection.
Secretary Redfield, of the depart
I went to the car with him and, as
but not quickly enough to catch her.
Columbia county has settled the tax landt became general. Nora bowed, She dropped her glance to Abbott, usual, there was a crowd there. We
Mexico City—Provisional President
ment of Commerce, says: “ American
crops can and must move to Europe, Carbajal and General Venustiano Car
dispute by the following order: “ It is
transferred it to the Barone, and final stood back until the others were on
which must have our wheat or starve. ranza, head of the constitutionalist
Gresham—A meeting of the Gres hereby ordered that where one-half of imated conversation with the Barone, ly let it rest on her father face. Four board and then he stepped on the first
Just as soon as the question of su movement have reached a full agree-j ham Fruitgrowers’ association will be | the taxes against any particular parcel
handsomer men she had never seen. step and stood talking.
premacy of the seas is settled com | ment concerning the truning over the •ailed this week to select a site for the j of real property, all the taxes on per- ously.
As the car started, I held out my
"You never told me you knew Court
merce will be resumed.’’
landt.” said Harrigan, speaking to hand to say good-by and he held it so
government to the constitutionalists. co-operative cannery. This announce- sonal property charged against any faded.
ment is made by President H. E. person
firmly that I could not escape. Then
An official dispatch to St. Peters | It is expected that a general amnesty Davis. Six sites in Gresham have April 1 next following the assessment,
"Just happened that way. We went he leaned over and kissed me on the
burg from Li bau says that a German j will be declared at an early date. Hos been offered Field Superintendent and the remaining half is paid before
C H A P T E R IX .
to school together. When I was little head while I ran along beside the
cruiser on Sunday bombarded the tow n. tilities have been suspended.
Sterling, and Troutdale has offered a September 1 next following, the pay-
they used to make me wear curls and moving car in sight of all our camp
The cruiser fired 20 shells, one of official announcement was made that free site, trackage and a $1000 bonus. ments so made shall be accepted in full
D ic k C o u rtla n d t’s Boy.
wide collars Many's the time Court friends.
which struck the naval hospital. I Carranza would grant the president’s ! Grounds for the new cannery will be payment of all said taxes, without
Presently the servants brought out landt walloped the school bullies for
Slight damage was done, but no one request concerning guarantees, and' broken by September 1, say the direc- interest or penalty.”
the tea-service. The silent dark skinned mussing me up. I don’t see him much
M e x ic a n "C a r tw h e e l" Hats.
was killed or wounded.
The cruiser i that, a peace pact probably would be ’ i tors.
Sikh, with his fierce curling whiskers, these days. Once In a while he walks
General Villa, like most of his coun
his flashing eyes, the semi-military, in. That's all. Always seems to know trymen. has a fancy for large-brimmed
Enterprise Camp Moved.
Ashland's July Rainfall Tiny.
American trans-Atlantic liners have
The construction camp semi-oriental garb, topped by an enor where his friends are. but none ever hats. An American who served for
Canada Ruys Submarines.
abolished first and third class passages, j Seattle, Wash.—Two powerful sub
some years as secretary of a Mexican
Rainfall in this locality of the East Oregon Lumber company, mous brown turban, claimed Court knows where he Is."
and only accept second class or steer marine vessels just completed at a Se for July was the lightest for years, not which is building a railroad from En- landt's attention; and it may be added
Abbott proceeded to elaborate some corporation, says that "the Mexicans
age. Many European royal persons attle shipyard for the Chilean navy exceeding i of an inch. «July was also terprise north, has been moved five that he was glad to have something of his friend's exploits. Nora heard, possess a special weakness for hats
are accepting second class passage have been sold to the Canadian govern an unusually clear month. The hottest miles north of this city. At the lower to look at unembarrassedly. He want as if from afar. Vaguely she caught of the cartwheel type. It is by no
home on American ships, rather than ment. They proceeded to Victoria, B. day thus far in the season was July 18, end of the road, the company has fin ed to catch the Indian's eye. but Rao a glimmer of what the contest was means unusual In Mexico to see a
take any chances on foreign vessels.
August ished the grade through Enterprise and had no glances to waste; he was con going to be She could see only a lit man wearing a hat worth $30 or $35.
C., wider their own steam. The Chil which registered 99 degrees.
UP smoky and dry. The local across its millsite, to the point where cerned with the immediate business of tle way; ; still, she was optimistically w hile his suit Is not worth a dime. In
Dudley Field Malone, collector of ean government was to have paid
a connection will be made with the O.- superintending the service.
confident of the result. She was ready. one part of the country a law has been
the Port of New York, had all the $500.000 for the submarines, which water »«PP'y. due to extensive im- W. R. ft N. tracks. The switch is on
"Oh. yes; I am very fond of Como.’’ Indeed, now that the shock of the
foreign consuls in New York before had been christened Iquique and An - 1 provementa in the system, has re- hand for this, and will be put in he found himself replying mechanical meeting was past, she found herself enacted Imposing a fine of $10 on every
man found to be wearing a hat more
him in the custom house and asked tofagasta, and it is supposed that the niained plentiful.
shortly. The East Oregon company ly to Mrs Harr Wan. He gave up Rao not at all averse to a conflict. It would than 39 inches wide."
them, upon their honor, to co-operate Canadian government paid this sum in
Safety Meeting Is Held.
with him in seeing that the neutrality cash. There had been a controversy
T h e A rtfu l Schem er.
Roseburg — The Southern Pacific weeks, and promises trains by October. rescue was concerned. He began, wrath of two years Never would she
of the United States is observed. All over whether the boats fulfilled their
despite his repugnance, to watch Nora speak to him directly; never would | 'When it comes to ways and means.
promise in the contract.
company this week held its initial
promised to do so.
Is a wonder."
Salmon Pickling Held Vp.
“ Safety First” meeting in this city.
Nicaragua (Gets $3,000,000.
More than 1000 Austrians employed
"Some fixer, eh?*’
Employes were present from all sec
Astoria — The inability to ship talking and he was replying; and she never would she miss « chance to
in Windsor, Ont., and vicinity, are be
"I should say so. Her latest stunt
Washington, !>. C. —Secretary Bry tions. Superintendent Burkhaltcr pre pickled salmon to Germany on account thought him charming, whereas he twist h s heart, to humiliate him, to
ing kept under close surveillance by an and General Chamorro, the Nicar- sided. George Wilde, assistant super of the war is the cause of considerable had not formed any opinion of her at snub him
Is to encourage an affair of the heait
the authorities. Leaden of the Austro-
H aguan minister signed the treaty to intendent of the mechanical depart worry among the local packers. Three
between the hired girl and the hand
conscious of saying.
Hungarian colony have been officially pay $3.000,000 to the Central Ameri- ment, with headquarters at Portland, of the cold storage plants have stopped of the conversation.
some milkman, so the girl will get up
warned that any of their countrymen can republic for perpetual inter-oceanic delivered the chief address. The cm- pickling, and during the balance of the
early In the morning.’—Pittsburgh
who are suspected of conspiring canal rights and naval basis
the ployes were asked to offer suggestions season the great bulk of the catch will had Its distinct uses, and one goneral- bott.
j and a general discussion followed.
go into cans.
against Great Britain will be arrested. Gulf of Fonseca.
NEWS OF THE WEEK'
St. Helens School Board
Adopts Entirely New Plan
General Resume of Important Events
Throughout the World.
Delinquent Tax Penalty
Decided as 10 Per Cent