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T O A M E N O C O N S T IT U T IO N .
Ex-Senator Turner, o f Washington,
Would Call Convention.
Spokane, A p ril 17.— A convention to
FO REST G R O V E ........... OREGON
amend the constitution of the United
States, so that many of the reforms and
laws demanded by the people may be
carried out, is advocated by Judge
| George Turner, ex-United States sen
ator, who has recently returned from
Washington, D. C.
A provision for
the calling of such a convention is
made in article 5 of the constitution,
| A Resume o f the Less Important but
although never in the history of this
Not Less Interesting Events
country has it been applied.
o f the Past W eek.
‘ ‘ I am in favor of iiaving a conven
tion to amend the constitution called,”
New York Italians have sent $10,000 said Judge Turner tonight. “ Experi
Ito sufferers from the Vesuvius < ruption.
ence has demonstrated that there are
The dormant volcano at Palma, Ca- omissions and corrections which it
inary islands, is showing signs of activ
would be wise to regulate.
In article 5 of the United States
'• Two more men injured by the explo
constitution it is provided that ’con
sion on the battleship Kearearge have
gress, whenever two-thirds of both
houses shall deem it necessary, shall
Anthracite operatole have rejected
the miners’ offer and are preparing for propose amendments to this constitu
tion, or, on the application of the legis
a long strike.
W ives of striking French miners latures of tw o thirds of the several
continue to wreck houses, mob women states, shall call a convention for pro
, aud fight the troops.
posing amendments which in either
An insurance bill, along the lines case shall be valid to all intents and
commended by the president in his purposes, as part of this constitution,
age, is being drafted.
when ratified by the legislatures in
Charles E. Hughes, of New York, three-fourths of the several states, or
has been retains 1 by the government by convention in three-fourths thereof,
as the one or the other mode of ratifi
fight the coal monopoly.
cation may be proposed by congress.’
Three persona were killed and four
I believe that there is an urgent
'seriously injured by an exploeionl on
need for such a convention. In my
the British battleship Prince of Wales.
opinion it is the only way by which the
The Postal Telegraph A Cable com- necessary amendment can be passed to
‘ 1 piny has io n | l te l and has in working elect United States senators by popular
order a new cable from Han Francieco vote.
“ There is an amendment needed to
ag of two Manchurian port* the constitution to enable an income
i June 1 to the world’ s tax law. TbiB measure baB been paesed
U 'May 1 and
I*!trade is an! kunced by the Japanese by congress, but declared unconstitu
tional by the Supreme court.
convention would make possible a uni
poses to Dowie io «m urate
form divorce law and also the Federal
their troul îles.
control of life insurance matters, as ad
Russia says the Jews are in no ¡in vocated by President Roosevelt.
convention could go over the entire
i' mediate danger of massacre.
King Alfonso has gone to England to
^ arrange the program for bis wedding.
TE RRIB LE SCENES A T KAGI.
In a riot among coal miners near
STAIt ÍÍKMS OF INTEREST
SEVEN LOSE LIVES.
Exploses in Turret o f Bat-1
Washington, April 16.— Two
SOURCE OF F R t i
[MiieSe MllllSter tO United $tj||M
«go to a day later than the fatal Mis-
'¿ouri disaster, as every sailor Immedi-
E N LIS T S AID OF PRESIDENT.
T O SEC U RE S E T T L E R S .
ately recalled, on a Friday and the 13tb
! of the month, seven men were done to
Southern O regon Towns Unite for Fulton Persuades Him That Umatilla ¡death in the forward turret of the bat-
Sheepmen Are Right.
¡telship Kearsarge by one of those acci-
Common W elfare.
Washington— President Roosevelt has I dents which acquire additioual terror
Medford— Rogue river valley, fair as
for sailors because of their obscure or
a garden anil (rounding with manifold assured Senator Fulton that he would
igin and the almost impossibility of
products of the soil, surrounded by high
hills rich in mineral wealth, and lying that Umatilla county sheepmen holding prevention
Only 8 P er Cent o f Number Seek
Tbe Atlantic fleet had been for weeks
on the main line of railroad communi permits to graze in the Wenaha forest
Admission Com e From Chi-
cation with the outside world, has wit reserve are accorded the privilege of engaged in most severe drills in the
nessed a demonstration of enthusiasm
never be'ore equaled by its citizens. dian reservation in going to and return ing in the quarterly target practice.
Mr. This practice was just about conclud
Pursuant to a meeting recently held at ing from their summer range.
Grants Pass, at v hich 60 were present Fulton took the matter up with Indian ing, with most satisfactory results up
Washington, A p ril 17.— Sir Chs«»
from Medford, a representative gather Commissioner Leupp and found that he to Friday, and it was confidently ex
tong Liang Cheng, the Chinese mini*,
ing of men from Ashland, Grants Pass,
Gold H ill, Central Point and Jackson provided Indian property can be prop basis of preliminary reports received, er, has taken issue with Represent«^,
The senator assured that all records would be broken in the Denby on the question of the regpo0!j
ville convened upon invitation of the erly protected.
Medford Commercial club last week to him that sheep could cross the reserva matter of rapidity of fire and efficiency bility for the issuance of fraudulent
discuss means and adopt plans tor or tion without damaging Indian property. of the gunners.
But today came a certificates of admiesionjto the Uniy
The president will confer with Mr. cablegram from Rear Admiral Evans, States. Mr. Denby stated to the hon”
ganization to secure more settlers and
increased advantage in all lines for the Hitchcock in the immediate future and commanding the Atlantic fleet, telling committee on foreign affairs, durii,
Rogue river valley and for Southern see that some regulation is provided of a dreadful accident on one of his the hearings on the Foster bill, anient
that will be acceptable to the stockmen. best ships, tbe Kearsarge.
Oregon as a sectoin.
The news ing the exclusion act, that tbe fact thg
The organization will unite all towns He declared that their request to cross came from Caimanera, a little cable so many of those certificates were found
of the valley and will compriee^all com the reservation was entirely reasonable station at tbe mouth of Guantinamo to be fraudulent was pretty fgj, tt|.
mercial bodies in the cities named. and should be allowed.
bay, indicating that tbe Kearearge dence of fraud by the Chinese officiali,
The recent trouble at the reservation itself had arrived at that place.
Delegations were met at the depot by
The To this charge the Chinese minis!«
the Medford Commercial club with a is believed to grow out of the fact that message read as follows:
has replied in a letter which hwb«i
fraud, and the visitors likewise brought Agent Edwards favors giving this right
"Caimanera, April 16. — Secretary made a part of the record in th,«
musicians, whose efforts added to the to sheepmen.
On April 13, hearings.
enthusiasm. Dinner was served for 400
about 3:15 p. m., shortly after comple
During the three years he lias 1 ^,
Examines Booth-Kelly Bill.
by J. F. Reddy, of the Nash hotel.
tion of target practice of the Kearearge in charge of the legation here, the mjn.
Salem— Governor Chamberlain has
W illiam Colvig presided at the meet
forward turret, while the powder was ister says, he has kept a record of every
ing at the Davis opera house. W. I. received a copy of Senator Fulton’ s going below, three sections of a 13-inch
certificate that has been issued in tn*
Vawter delivered the address of wel Bootb-Kelly bill in response to a wired
charge of powder were ignited. The provinces of Kwang Tung or Fukiento
come, followed by the nest speakers request. It authorizes the secretary of
charge ot powder in other lift just he Chinese subjects departing for th.
from towns represented. The tone of the interior to exchange certain lands
lo » ami one section of 13-inch re United States, the Philippines or Be
the addresses indicate that the entire in the Klamath Indian reservation,
mained intact. Cause unknown. Mat waii; that the emigration from all oil-
valley will be united in working for ownership of which has been vested in
ter is being investigated. Seven men er provinces is incignificant, and thil
the advancement of every enterprise of the California A Oregon Wagon Road
were killed and the recovery of another 527 certificates represent the total num
common interest to this section of the company by the United States Supreme
ber issued. However, he says the fig.
By its terms the company can
ares of the immigration for these three
select not exceeding 87,000 acres in
show the total number of appli-
Water Rights on Walta Walla River. townships 31 and 32, in one or more
BLAMES CO M PAN Y.
catants for admission bearing certifi
Salem— State Engineer J. H . Lewie tracts, in lieu ol an equal number of
The bill also Official Report on Steamship Valen cates numbers 6,500.
has addressed a circular letter to attor acres of road lands.
bearing certificates from the Chine»
neys interested in the suit involving grants waterpower rights and millsites
government, he sayB, is but 8 per cent
irrigation and power rights in the and right to construct a railroad
Washington, April 16.— The depart of the total number seeking admission.
Walla W all^ river.
The letter sug through the reservation. The gover
gests a series f t questions to litigants nor will authorize the state land agent ment of Commerce today made public
"W h ere did the 92 per cent get their
the report of the special commission certificates?” he asks, and then proce®
which, when properly taoulated, will to investigate and report.
which held an investigation into the to answer the question by stating that
show the (acts in each caBe without a
Valencia disaster last February, hold nnder the regulations of the Immigr*
great mass of conflict'ng testimony.
Look for Early Berries.
The Buit pending in the Circuit court of
M ilton — From present indications ing its sessions at Seattle. The report, tion service officials in the following
Umatilla county was originally started the Btrawberry crop in this vicinity which ie made to the president and cities and countries are permitted to it
to de-ermine the rights of a few claim w ill be from two to three weeks earlier signed by the three eommissioners, sue these certificates: Vancouver, Vic-
ants, but when the court came to con- than usual and, unless the unexpected Laurence O. Murray, assistant secretary toria, New Westminster, Ottawa, Cats,
|| Johnstown, Pa., four men were killed
Buildings L eft by Form er Earthquake eider the priority of various claims, develops, will be the largest on record. of the department; Herbert Knox German protectorate of Kiautcbon,
I ■ and many injured.
other water user? rights were involved. Fred Beller, a prominent fruit rancher, Smith, deputy commissioner of corpora Guatemala, Hawaii, Elongkong, Ja.an,
Are Now in Ruins.
Hermann's trial at Washington for
says that his strawberries were already tions, and Captain William T. Burwell, Hokkaido, Formosa, Mexico, Philip
|| destroying government
to bloom and he expected U. 8. N., consists of 52 printed pages pine islands, Portuguese province of
l i books has been postponed until April nine persons are known to have bee-
îles — The Dalles Business to have fruit on the market in lees than and exhaustively reviews the testimony Macao, Society islands, Straits kettle
killed and 29 injured in the earthquake
association has opened quarters a month. Fancy prices will be de and findings of the commission.
ment, Trinidad and Venezuela.
I Admiral Goodrich, with hie flagship in the southern part of the island c
Vigt block, with J. S. McDonald manded for the early fruit, which will
A feature of the report is its severe
; Tbicago, the cruiser Marblehead and Formosa last Saturday, but further de
j secretary and manager.
Mr. Mc probably be placed on the market two censure for the Pacific Coast company,
1 the revenue cutter Perry will reach
INCREASE IN IMMIGRATION.
tails, it is expected, will Bwell the death Donald is recently from Detroit, Mich., weeks before the famous Hood River which owned the steamer. The brunt
'HI Portland May 5 for a short stay.
and is a promoter of ability.
He is fruit has matured.
of the blams, however, is thrown on
roll, as the shock was more severe than
preparing a line of advertising, de
Captain Johnson, who perished in the Totals for March and for Six Months
t'i £ The New York legislature has passed
that of March 17.
scriptive of the resources and possibil
Opinion Under Carey Act.
t< another insurance regulation
Exceed All Records.
The town of Kagi was again the prin ities of The Dalles and vicinity, to be
»¡’ known as the “ anti-psrjury b ill.”
Balem— Commissioner Richards, of
Sixty witnesses were examined, their
A p ril 17.—The tout
I 1 ljThe " b ig b ill” only remains to be acted cipal sufferer, the houses which escaped circulated in the Flast in localities the General Land office, says, in reply testimony covering 1,860 typewritten
immigration to the United States Iren
to a query from Chief Clerk Brown of pages.
destruction in the former disturbances
Though the commission was
for homes aud for investments.
The the State Land board, that it is proper without power to compel the attend all countries during March, 1906,
Doko and several
V* I Governor Folk, of Missouri, w ill see being now in ruins.
association is enthusiastic in tho belief to reclaim desert land under the Carey ance of witnesses and had no funds cording to a statement issued by tbo
|)* ( that the Springfield lynchers are ar- other towns and villages were also affect that much good w ill result.
act by pumping water, provided the with which to remunerate them, sub Immigration bureau today was 133,245,
¿Vested and has two companies of militia ed by landslides, which have complete
cost was not too great to admit of perm stantially all of the survivors of the or an increase of 70 per cent onr;
, • (jn guard. Four of the leaders have
Overhauling Beet Sugar Factory.
ly changed the topography of th* coun
anence. Secretary Hitchcock concurs wreck were examined, except a lew March, 1904. The number arriving is I
r ] t been capteurd.
try. The officials are working feverish
This question arose who had gone to distant points before March, 1905, is given as 126,932. The
La Grande— The work of overhauling in the opinion.
n«jC Fred O. Murray, newly appointed ly to relieve the thousands of persons the machinery at the sugar factory has from the proposition of \V. E. Burke to the inquiry began. In addition a large number debarred during the esiw
month wae 659, an increaee of 40 per
1 ’ i'fevem te collector at Buffalo, N. Y ., has left homelese by the earthquake. Ter begun and is being rapidly completed. irrigate land in Harney county from
number of master mariners and mem cent over 1904.
,<l)Hen indicted (or grafting. The alleged rible scenes are reported around Kagi Half a dozen mechanics are employed. wells.
bers of the crews of vessels which went
stealing was from Erie county, of which and Doko.
TL-e Russian immigration to this |
In a short time the factory w ill Ire com
to the Valencia’s aid were put on the
no is ex treasurer.
country during March, 1906, was 24,-
Quarter-Blood Indians May Vote.
Later reports received from Formosa pletely renovated and overhauled in all
203, an increase of 75 per cent or«
Prosecution of the steel trust has be- confirm the earlier rumors of the com departments. Mr. Taylor, the new fac
Salem— Attorney General Crawford,
1904, the immigration for March, 1905,
plete destruction of Kagi, where seven tory superintendent, is expected to ar in an opinion rendered upon request of
gun in Ohio
C O U N TR Y RETURNS T O LIFE.
persons were killed and 35 injured. At rive from Logan, Utah, within a few M. F. Parker, of the Klamath Indian
U*: Attorney General Hadley, of Mis-
Daigo 400 buildings were destroyed and days. The demand for seed is much agency, holds that Indians of one- Sun
For the six months ended March 31, j
! jOimri, is quite sick.
Shines on Naples and People
at Ajeneui 1,191 buildings collapsed greater than in any previous season, as quarter blood may vote in this state.
1906, the immigration from ail conn-1
. i, (!*" Four persons were killed in a panic and 749 were damaged and three per the acreage is very much larger than Such Indians are to be recognized as
tries was 463 316, an increase of 38 pci j
sons were killed and 15 injured.
Naples, April 16.— The news from cent over the came period in 1904. For]
, .j, ijifti * Chicago church.
white people. He says a half-breed is
to be considered a white man il his Vesuvius continues to he satisfactory. the same period the immigration I
Tiiese later advices say that this
Another terrilile earthquake in For-
T w o Convicts Pardoned.
mother was a white woman, or an In The sun is shining hrightly this morn Russia increased 40 per cent, those
shock was in >re powerful than that of
■ *j mosa lias killed thousands.
Balem— Governor Chamberlain has dian if his mother was a squaw.
ing, and tbe last vestiges of the erup riving numbering 81,733.
March 17, but as the people had been
issued pardons to John Zavier, sen
A Springfield, Mo., mob burned warned they were able to escape.
tion are disappearing from Naples.
tenced in 1902, for eight years, from
uree negroes and wrecked the jail.
Tbe work of cleaning and sweeping is
May A gree to Arbitrate.
fin Mark Twain lias announced his in-
still going on here. The city has about
Portrait o f Franklin.
W. Hussey, sent from Douglas county
Kansas City, Mo., April 17.—Th* I
I intention of leaving the lecture platform,
Wheat— Club, 69c; bluestem, 69®
New York, April 17.— The portrait for two years for burglary in January.
ports from the villages an! towns in Southwestern Coal Operators’ asw»
Russia has sent to the interested na- of Benjamin Franklin, from Dorchester 1905. Zavier was pardoned ¡because of 70c; rtd, 66c; valley, 68c.
tion, through its officials here, hai be
Oats — No. 1 white feed, $27.50; the region of Vesuvius say that the gun informal negotiations with Jill',
jlittio n s a proposed program of subjects (or house, I.ondon, the residence of Ambas excellent prison record and doubt of
people are gradually returning to their
sador Reid, which has been restor guilt, complaining witness having ad
IpThe Hague conference.
Mitchell, president of the United Mine
Barley — Feed, $23 50®24 per ton; homes. The stores are beinng reopen- workers of America, that may reenlt ia
ed to the United States by Karl Grey mitted that the prisoner was not guilty.
U Bailors on Portugese warships have
ed’ , Th« inhabitants of the towns
arrived today on the American liner 8t. Hussey’s pardon was recommended by brewing, $24® 24.50; rolled, $24.50®
ijjm utinied and temporarily have the
which suffered the least are actively en some sort of arbitration agreement cw*
Paul, in a tin case addressed to Presi the judge and district attorney.
ering this field, which includes M e I
M a nlier hand. Dishke of their superior
in repairing their damaged homes
Hay — Eastern Oregon timothy,
dent Roozevelt. In view of the ap
sonri, JKansas. Arkansas, Teaxs and tkt |
JjtVrfticers is the cause.
cho’ ce, $15@16 per ton; valley tim
Brings Settlers to M edford.
proaching bicentenary Franklin celebra
territories. It has been suggested
Hearst has begun proceedings in the tion soon to be held in Philadelphia,
Medford — Edward Andrews, who othy, $12; clover, $7 6008; cheat, and government engineers.
Mr. Mitchell that he join the oper»ton I
lav York Supreme court to t< et the Earl Grey, who, with Countess Grey, went to the Dakotas recently to secure $6®7; grain hay, $7@8; alfalfa, H z ’.
in appealing to President RooseveltH
^ (m lid it y of the election of McClellan as was recently entertained in this coun settlers for the Rogue river valley, has
arbitrate the differences between tbs j
San Pedro Road Again Open.
(ninoyatr of New York city.
try, thought it fitting that the picture arrived from the East with the first in strawberries, $3 50 per crate.
miners and mineworkers.
Vegetables — Asparagus, 8 J *® i2 ^ c
stallment of his party.
There were 17
The American Smelting A Refining should be restored at this time.
I '0' " ! ' * ’ Cal ’ April ’ « — The
in the car, all homeseekers, from the
- P e d r o , , o, Angeles A Salt Lake
[^^^M onipany w ill soon adopt an eight hour
Castro’s M ove Mysterion».
vicinity of Mankato and Crystal Springs, pound; cauliflower, $2 25 per crate; aiUay will he opened for through
Great Influx o f Aliens.
’* y f >r its ti\.■ i o orado pianist. This
Willemstad, Island of Curacao, Ap^ j
this evening for the first
New York, April 17.— A new high Minn., and Mitchell, South Dakota.
ill affect about 2,500 men.
25c per dozen; onions, 10®15c per tune since nearly 100 miles of the road 17.— Passengers arriving here toiW
water mark in the tide of immigration The country looks good to them and
from Venezuela say that the actio«*
Dowie and Voliva are negotiating for
More are ex dozen: radishes, 20®25c per dozen; between Caliente, and Las Vegas w „
will be ret when the aliens who arrived they will locate here.
General Castro in retiring fc°ra ^
at this port today on nine European pected to follow soon.
presidency in favor of President Go®'1
$1 per box; parsley, 25c; turnips, $ 1 ®
A great bank Is being proposed to steamships, and those due tomorrow on
° T ^
•’ h; d 3 000 mp" «“ the is not clearly understood in Venezuela
1.25 per sack; carrots, f5®75c per sceneC
elp W all atreet men.
eight big ships which are expected to
hilt the general opinion seem«*11" I
W illam ette University, Salem— Pres sack; beets, 85c®$1 per sack.
Manager W ell, has spent hi, entire
Roosevelt is being boomed lor re pass in Sandy Hook before nightfall,
his retirement is only tempoi,,7
time there, and ha* not yet returned
have been permitted to land on United ident Colemaff has anonnnnced that a
jection deepite his refusal.
No. 2, nominal.
General Castro has gone aw»y. ***
" ‘ h's eity. No. 2, the fi^st train on,
On the vessels which ar friend of the university had given the
private citizen, unattended, and
Potatoes— Fancy graded bnrbanks, eaves here at 8 o’clock tonight
I I Platt says he w ill not be a candidate rived today were 11,839 immigrants. institution $2,000. Half this sum will
6 5 ® 70c per hundred: ordinary, 50® 1 will leave Salt Lake at midnight.
regular fare on the r®'*r0(l<*',
The steamers due tomorrow are expect
1 N,Jfui re-election to the senate.
wife has gone another way, and t®* |
need help, and $1.000 will be used in 60c; new Cal ( roia, 6c per | • r.d.
ed to arid at least a like number.
ex-president’ s sister arrived heretod*h
Butter— Fancy .creamery, 17>,®20c
Correspondent« on the isthmus sav
establishing a^nniversity emrse in elec!
Gorky May Be Deported.
^^HjCuton could be made a model city.
Willamette w ill per pound.
Mob Members Guilty o f Murder.
Ergs— Oregon ranch, 161*3170 per
Battle With Ladrones.
Jofferson City, M i., April 17.— Gov then be well equipped in these lines.
t h e eruption of Vesuvius has almost
A pril 17.— The headqo»*"
ntirely subsided, leaving a barren ernor Joseph Folk, in a statement to
Opinion on Bond Taxation.
Poultry— Average old hens, 14®14<^c known as’ °h®
* ho ’* of the Philippine constabulary »5
Salem— The attorney general, in re per pound: mixed chickens, 13>*®14('; hecause of fRiM ..
av >e. deported loins, island of Luzon, was a******
field was a most disgraceful occurrence.
ply to a query from the assessor of Lane broilers. 25® 27t*c; young roosters,' on their e n tr a p
n,at,on# ">ade s»veral days ago by a band of lad****
Jfe Governor Higgins, ol New York, has Whatever the offense r f tbe negroes
county, holds that city bonds and coun 1 2 )*® 13c; old roosters. l l ® l l t * c ';
Three native members of the ('onl y j
¡(Aligned two more laws regulating Hour may have beeu and however deserving
ty warrants may he taxed the same as dressed chickens, 15®15t*c; turkeys,
larv and one ladrone were killed,
of death they may have been, they
i o c s business.
other property. He says the state con- live, 17®18e; turkeys, dressed, cho'ce!
affair creates no alarm here,
were entitled to punishment by law
Tbe government will spend $1,400,-
stitntion distinctly authorize« taxing 21®22Age; geeee, live, 8® 10c; geese,
reearded merely as an incident ot
and not by a mob, and when a mob
dressed, 1 0 ® llc ; ducks, 17®18c.
on the Jamestown «»position.
► ffort to restore order through f*1®
takes the law intc it* own hinds, as such property. He says that all money
Hops—Oregon, 1905, 8® 10c; olds
plcyment of a native constat®
The meeting of the second Hague this one did, any member of it is due from the state or any subdivision
* in Qnaging up his case.
thereof ia subject to taxation.
Similar conflicts between local ****** I
inference will be held some lime after guilty of murder.”
W o >1— Eastern Oregon average best,
hands are of more frequent occur***
Plant» 50-Acre Orchard.
Can’t Ask Him to Attend,
15®20c; valley, 24® 26c per peund;
Revolt Against the Sultan.
The Dalles — Carl Williams of tbe mohair, choice, 28®30c.
The Pennsylvania's officers report
Townsites on Irrigated Traett- ^
London, April 17.— According to the firm of A . M. Williams A Co., is pre
Veal— Pressed, 3 «*® 7 »*c per pound.
hat in target practice with 6 inch gun*
A p ril 17.— Tbs
Beef— Pressed bails, 3c prr pound;
Il7 bite were scored in 90 eeconde.
lah, Morocco, a young relative of the recently purchased from C. L. Phillips. cows, 4®5c; country steers, 4 »*® 5 i*c '
at Annapolis on AnviiJOo ^ dM,t tod*7
4. towneite bill, which provides l°r
Future Governor Binith, of the Phil sultan w ill soon be proclaimed ruler in The land lies sonth of The Dalis«, and
Mutton— Dreeeed, fancy, 91*® 10c per ^ m e m o ra i,„g event* in which Eng-
formation of townsites on govern*
ippines, 1« home for a rest.
He says the south and a formidable revolt w ill be devoted entirely to Royal Ann pound; ordinary, 6® 7c; lambs, with
irrigation tracts and provides water
awer tariff rate* with tbe islands is against Fex is matuiing at the city of cherries and Crawford and Solway pelt on, 10®l0tkc.
municipal and domestic purpose*^.
Pork— Dreeeed, 6®8t*c per pound. |
of * e !l ae for develonment of water P®^
on government projects.
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