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T R U S T IS W ITH SPRECKLES.
Vashington County lews
Has Large Interest In Spreckels Com
pany, but Docs Not Compete.
Han Francisco, Sept. 10. — John
! SpreckleB, president of the Western
hwMrf r « * w « t
OREGON STATE ITEMS Of INTEREST
Irrigation Congress Turns Down Free
Sacramento, Sept. 9.— The effort to
have the 15th irrigation congress puss a
resolution presented by Judge Raker,
calling fur the withdrawal of the duty-
levied on lumber failed. Another im
portant action of the gathering Satur
day was ita decision to eliminate a res
olution protesting against the enactment
of any further legislation favoring Phil
ippine Bugar. W ith this latter excep
tion, the report of the committee on
resolutions’ was adopttd as^read and the
policy of Pres dent Roosevelt and his
administration in relation to reclama
tion, conservation of water and forests
and other matters was endorsed.
Judge Raker withdrew his motion
for tlie purpose of harmony, but tlie
sugar question was only settled after
great discussion, the friends cf the beet
sugar industry milking a strong tight in
their interest. Tlie sentiment in favor
of eliminating politics from the con
gress was responsible for the withdraw
als of the lumber and sugar proposi
Arthur Briggs succeeded in getting
the congress to pass his resolution in
the interests of California fruitgrowers,
in relation to tho use of sulphur in dry
ing fruit. The resolution aekH the de
partment of Agriculture not to enforce
the regulation of the pure food law in
the matter without further investiga
The congress adopted unanimously
tlie report of the committee on perma
nent organization. The newly elected
officers are: Frank C. Goudy, of Den
ver, president; George E. Barstow, of
Texas, first vice president; John E.
Baker, of Modoc county, California,
second vice president; Herbert K.
Strain, of Montana, third vice presi
dent; A . B. Fow ler, of Arizona, secre
Albuquerque, N. M ., was selected as
the meeting place of the 16th irrigation
congress. The only city named in op
position was Walla W alla, Wash. Dr.
Blalock, of the Washington delegation,
extended the invitation on behalf of
that place. Hon. R. E. Twitchell, of
Las Vegas, N. M ., made an eloquent
appeal for Albequerque. With the ex
ception of Oregon, Washington and
Idaho, the state delegations voted for
Albequerqne. California was excused
from voting at the request of Chairman
Estudillo, who said the delegates did
not care to be discourteous to the repre
sentatives of the two cities, as they
were their guests.
After a few other matters were dis
posed of the congress adjourned.
BIO BLOOD MOUSED
O rien tals In B ritk h C olum bia
A rm A gain st W hites.
F A IR G R O U N D S A DELIGHT.
I G O O D O U T L O O K F O R OREG O N.
Sugar Rcllmng company, testified yes
terday be ore United States Commis
Large Freshman Class Fn ers State
sioner Richards in regard to the reia Attractive Plan o f Beautifyirg is Being
University 1 his Year.
tions existing between bis company and
Prospects are the best for a
Salem— Not the least important of
the American Sugar Refining company
of New York, the so called Havemeyer the many improvements being made at banner year at tiie University of Ore
sugar trust. It xras established by his the fair grounds in preparation for tlie gon. The freshman class w ill in all
testimony that Mr. Havemeyer and Ids Greater Oregon State fair, September probability number 200, an increase of
Japanese Purchasing Stock of Arms
men own a large minority oi the stock 16-21, is the transformation of the un
and Trouble Is Feared When
A Resume o f the Less Important but of tire Western Refining company, hut sightly and barren wastes of dry grass
Next Steamer Arrives.
he denied that either lie or his father, and weeds into beautiful landscape able sign of the growth of tlie
Not Less Interesting Evems
Claus Spreckles, has any interest in effects. This) is the first appeal to tlie ity in attendance and in its standing
o f the Past Week.
the American Sugar Refining company. artistic sense that has been attempted among the institutions of the West is
He declared that the price oi sugar along this line, and, although it lias
Seattle, Sept. 10.— A special to the
the fact that a large number of Port-
Secretary Root has returned with on the coast was field low enough to been found impossible to make all the
from Vancouver, B. C., says:
pievent competition from Mr. ilave- needed changes in one year, the most
As a result of the disorders Saturday
meyer, except in u few special grades, glaring faults have been remedied. 'Hie Berkeley and Stanford w ill this fall
Tfie Frenoli government has decided
which tlie Western does not manufac concessions have all been removed to transfer to Oregon.
and Sunday evenings, the situation
that Morococ must [ray damages to for
one district, and dozens of unsightly
here with regard to Asiatics is increas
Portland w ill number about 50.
Mr. Spreckles’ testimony is to be
ing in menace.
The Japanese have
Owing to the strict quarantine main used in a suit brought Eiy the receiver been laid throughout tire grounds, the
notified Chief of Police Chamberlain
tained Han Diego lias little fear of the of tlie Pennsylvania Sugar company idea being to combine beauty with con year in the standing of the high schools
that police protection is inadequate and
Buildings throughout the state. Scarcely a high
against tlie American Refining com venience as far as possible
they w ill take steps to protect them
It is likely that Canada will have to
school from Roseburg to Pendleton but
Chinese and Japanese em
pay heavy damages on account of the result of the Havemeyer interests get ami other conditions made to conform that w ill send from i ne to a dozen stu
ployed in hotels ami restaurants have
ting control of the Pennsylvania con to the new arrangements.
Vancouver anti-Ja|>ane8e rioting.
withdrawn from woik. It is said that
ecru ami shutting down the plant. The will all be of fine gravel, dressed with dents to tlie university. The unsettled
China has just sent representatives suit is lioth for conspiracy and for vio
Orienlal leaders have instructed them
to a number of countries for the pur lation of the Sherman anti-trust law.
they must not work under penalty of
The main improvement is noticeable
pose of studying the constitution ques and is brought in tlie United States in the square between the main pavil ute to the attendance at Oregon.
$100. The Japanese are purchasing
Accommodation for the increase has
firearms and the aspect of affairs is
ion and the dairy building, which has
District court of New York.
been moved to a site northeast of its been seen to, and a good sized women’s
Messenger boys at Tacoma have
Steamer Monteagle, duo to ar ¡ve
old position. Tlie visitor is no longer dormitory has just been completed.
struck and the telegraph company is
GATHERING A T SARATOGA.
Wednesday or Thursday with many
confronted with the row of candy stands The new library, which has been under
considering the advisability of using
Orientals cn board, w ill be met by a
and lunch counters of all sizes, ages construction since ubout June 1, has
Fifty Thousand Grand Army Veterans and colors, and the expanse of dry been completed and accepted.
hostile demonstration. It is freely de
The Wetern Union still claims to be
clared that the Orientals w ill not be
Expected at Encampment.
grass which formerly assailed the eye. time for moving in has not been defi
getting its old men back all over the
allowed to land. There is growing un
Haratogn, N. Y ., Sept. 10.— Amid The only remaining relic of the old nitely set.
oountry, hut the service does not im
easiness in the city. The feeling is in
g a i l y decorated streets, veterans of the regime is the fountain, with its fam il
creasing that, in view of the number of
Grand Army of tlie Republic have been iar figure in the center, but even this improvement over the past. Captain
Japanese, phincse and Hindus in Van
Conrgessinan Longworth says the arriving all day for the Forty-first Na lias been repainted and remodeled until Briggs bus kept a small force steadily
couver, tlie minister of m ilitia should
Roosevelt will net become a candidate tional encampment, which will be held it is hardly recognizable, and is now at work on the grounds all summer,
for a renomination unless tire whole here this week. Fifty thousand veter surrounded with a bed of tlowers, and a and is getting them in splendid condi
tuko steps to protect them. Several
country demands it.
restaurant keepers met this morning
tion, in appearance very much like the
ans are expected.
and resolved to employ nothing but
There are many other flower beds Lew.s and Clark fair grounds.
Ttiis may lie the last encampment
A Harvard scientist has found that
spleens are edible and says his discov held anywhere but in Washington. At also, in the shape of crescents, stars
Early reports of the disorders Satur
ery will add 50,000,000 pound to tlie tlte business session of the organization and other designs, and all w ill be in
T U T T L E A C T INVALID .
day night were exaggerated.
a resolution probably w ill be introduc blossom fair week. The big center bed
nation’s annual meat output.
crowd amounted to ubout 10,000, but
ed fixing that place as the permanent contains large, spreading palms. Where
Secretary Root’s health is fully re
the temper displayed was merely bois
meeting place cf the organization here there are no (lowers green lawns have Unequal Assessment Makes New Road
terous. The crowd surged through the
after. It is also probable that within been planted. Water has been piped
streets in the Oriental quarters, cheer
Senator Depew says he favors Roose a few years the annual encampment to this section, and the work of beauty
Salem— In a decision just rendeerd
ing everything white and hooting and
velt for another term.
will become only a meeting of delegates, is lieing rapidly completed.
Judge W illiam Galloway, of the State
denouncing everything coloted. A t in
A pretty feature is the statues which
A fire in the Esperanzas mines, Mus- for tlte veterans, it was stated by Grand
Circuit court for Marion county, de
tervals from some indistinguishable
Army officials, are becoming too feeble w ill he placed in this square. Just
quiz, Mexico, cost 27 lives.
point in the crowd brickbats would
to attend tlie meeting» in a body and to east of the main wing of the pavilion, clared the Tuttle good road« law, as en
The rival sultans of Morocco are to take part in the annual patuile.
Hurtle over intervening heads and crash
the large, reclining figure, representing acted by the legislative assembly of
settle their olaims iu a big battle.
Chief of Police
The encampment program begins to the state of Oregon, w h b seed last year, 1906, unconstitutional, because of lte
Chamberlain, recognizing the inade
and will again occupy the same posi provisions of unequal assessment of
A crusade is to start to exterminate day.
quacy of the force at his dispoeal, re
tion. In front of the pavilion, the costs for such improvement. The ques
the Monte Carlo gambling house.
lied on diplomacy. Fearful of arousing
fountain and its small statue have al tion was raised in the case of the St.
NEW RULES TO BEGIN WAR.
Britain is considering the advisabil
the passion of the mob, he directed his
ready been noted. Rack of this foun Benedictine Abbey vs. the Marion
ity of giving back the Stbetland islands
men to lay aside their truncheons and
Hague Conferen Requires Notice to tain, tlie large standing figure of Ceres, County court and other county officials,
goddess of agriculture, which last year in connection with the proposed con-
I-ater the order
Enemy and Neutrals.
C L IF F HOUSE IN RUINS.
was located in the pavilion, but seemed sttuction of a macadam road between
Haney is expected in Portland soon
regarding truncheons was revoked, hut
Tire Hague, Hept. 10.— The fifth ple rather cramped and out oi place, will
In connection with the Oregon land
at no stage did the police and iiopulace
nary sitting of tire peace conference was be set up. On either side of this statue Marquam and Silverton for a distance Flames Entirely Destroy Famous San
come to blows.
held today. The wltole American dele two smaller images w ill be placed, of four miles. The law provides ttiat
Vancouver, B. C., laborers are mob gation was present.
Tiro following making five pieces of statuary in all. the cost of such improvement Bhall be
Han Francleco, Sept. 9.— The famous
assessed to the property located witbln
bing Japanese and international trouble rules regarding the opening of hostili
FRAU D 3 IN F O R E S T LANDS.
They w ill be set upon suitable bases a radius of one mile upon each side Cliff House, of this city, San Fran
ties were adopted, a few countries mak and bordered with tlower beds.
A ll an.l at each end of the proposed im cisco’s first attraction for tourists, was
A new telegraph company lias been ing reservations:
these statues were secured from the
Valuable Timber Land Secured Under
"T h e contracting powers agree that Lewis and Clark exposition of 1905 in provement, and the plaintiff com burned to the ground Saturday evening.
formed in Chicago that hopes to extend
Guise o f Mineral.
Its service over the entire United hostilities must not begin without pre Cortland.
property owner at either end of the 4:45 o’clock and an hour later a black
Helena, Mont., Sept. 10.— Evidently
vious unequivocal notice having been
stretch of road to be improved would ened heap of ruins was all that re suspeeting frauds in connection with
given, either in form of a declaration
Better Train Service Ordered.
J. K. Hall, president of the Bolding of war setting forth its motives or in
be doubly assessed in ease the improve mained of the structure.
the location of mining claims in the
Hail Manufacturing cotupauy, Chicago, the form of an ultimatum with tire
Salem— Orders have been issued by ment be extended.
The house was built of wood, and, Helena forest leserve, the national gov
hai appropriated $.115,000 of the com
the railroad commission requiring tlie
fanned by the lively ocean breezes, the ernment has sent Arthur J. Collier, of
additional declaration of war.
pany’a money to his own ime and a re
Many Hops Moldy.
flames made such headway before the Washington, D. C., to ill it) city to con
" A state of war must lie notified Southern Pacific company to put on a
ceiver now has charge of affairs,
Aurora— The hopgrowers in the An- nearest fire department arrived that it duct an investigation. The Helena for
without delay to tlie neutral powers, special train out of Roseburg to make
Jerome lias called a grand jury to in tlie effect of tlie latter beginning after the run to Portland whenever north rora, Hubbard an.l Butteville districts was realized that the place was doomed est is among the largest in the state
dict traction trust otlicials.
they receive notice, which can tie given bound overland express train No. 12 is are in the hardest kind of luck tide sea and more attention was paid to saving and includes the Butte field, where a
by wire. In any case the neutral two hours betiind schedule time of ar son . The weather for the past weok or adjoining property than-to the burning strict investigation w ill be conducted
Commissioner lane is to inquire
cannot protest against the lack rival at Roseburg and also to require 10 day» has been an injurious factor in bnilding.
Into rebating on Western railroads.
The C liff House had been closed for
The main purpose of the government
of this notice, if it is established that the O. R. A N. company to run a pas the ripening of the crop, and in a num
The eases against the Standard Oil they undoubtedly knew that a state of
ber of the yards mold has appeared to some time, as the new lessee, John is to secure restorations to the public
Portland and Pendleton, the eastbound such an extent that the yards w ill not Tait, was remodeling the interior. dornairr where it can be shown that
company of Oliio w ill he tried soon.
train to leave Portland in the morning be picked. In fact the yards are very Workmen were about the place until under the guise of locating mining
4 th S u m í* y s C .
F.xtreme measures are teeing adopted
and the westbound to leave Pendleton scarce where there is not more or less noon and then departed for tlie day. claims, valuable timber rights have
In Han Francisco to stamp out the
in the morning, and requiring the mould.
MOB SAILORS IN JAPAN.
This is the second house to be de Ireen availed of, the law permitting
The prairie yardB are the
trains to stop at each station, either freest from mold.
stroyed by fire.
The building just actual prospectors the right to the ne
The International Harvester com Four Mon From Cruiser Chattanooga regularly or by signal, for the accom
burned was erected by Adolph 8utro, of cessary timber in the development of
pany has just |grid a tine of $35,000 to
modation of travel between these and
Sutro tunnel fame, 12 years ago. It their claims.
Flee for Their Lives.
PO R TLA N D M ARKEST.
Texas lor teeing a trust.
was owned by the Sutro estate and was
Therefore, no more patents to min
valued at $50,000. Mr. Tait estimates ing claims w ill be granted except where
W illiam H. Taft, secretary of war, Slates cruiser Chattanooga was at Hak-
Fruit Goes Out by Carloads.
his loss at $50,000, on which there is the good faith of the locator is proved.
was royally entertained while in Port ixlato on her way here from Vladivo
Freewater— The Freewater Canning 85c; valley, 81c; red, 79@80c.
land cea his way tee the Philippines.
Where timber lands have been eecured
stok, four of her men liad a thrilling
Oats— No. 1 white, $23.50(3)24; gray
and Preserving company has leased its
The C liff House was ranked as one of in ttiis manner the government will
Government officials at Washington experience and a narrow escape from
cannery to the Webber-Russell Can $ 23(3)23.50.
the best known resorts of America. endeavor to effect a restoration.
hettevve tlie liean cef $1,000,000 tee the serious injury at the hands of a Japan
Bariev— Feed, $22.50@23 per ton; Heated on a rocky promontory beyond
ning company of Seattle. This firm is
Referring to the investigations and
Jamoetown fait can never be recovered. ese mob.
shipping by carloads peaches, pears
vice at U o
the Golden Gate, directly above the classifications of the coal lands of East
A Wisconsin woman after leeing in
and prunes tc the coast cities. Ranch
lashing waves of the Pacific ocean, and ern Montana and Western North Da
Corn— Whole, $28 per ton; cracked, uffording a close view of the seals, it
service on Th
priaon 16 years convicted of murder, American sailors struck a Japanese ers everywhere are complaining of their
kota, Mr. Collier said that the work
has been found innocent and released.
inability to secure pickers, and a far $29.
was a strong attraction for visitors, and has been undertaken by the govern
armed with clubs, and started after the
from its broad porches hundreds of ment with a definite policy of prevent
Twelve persons were killed and as assailant and his three conqianions more serious shortage in fruit boxes.
18 per ton; Eastern Oregon timothy,
thousands of people obtained their first ing the coal companies and railroads of
many more Injured in the wreck of an Two of the sailors were forced to jump However, the fruit season In this vicin
There will I
ity has tieen unexcelled for three years, $19@20; clover, $11; cheat, $11; grain view of the raightv waters.
express train on the Rock Island at from a dock and swim to a sampan.
the West from monopolizing the West
disi Church e
snd six and seven carloads are being hay, »11@12; alfalfa, $12@13.
The magnificent Sutro baths near by, ern coal lands as those of the East have
The others were rescued from the
Butter— Fancy creamery, 32}^®35c were not damaged.
shipped daily to eastern points.
Pickpockets on a Rock Island train mob by the police, who took them
aboard the ship.
Veal— 75 to 125 pounds, 8@8>£c;
S ervirei e
Has Brood of 220 "Chinas”
Great Corn Exposition.
sengers and alter a tight with the eon-
Message From Explorers.
at thè Chris
Albany— Chris Van Dran, of this 125 to 150 pounds, 7 ,' ac; 150 to 200
Chicago, Sept. 10.— At the National
New York, Sept. 9.— Confirmation of
Car Shortage Again.
city, has raised 210 Chinese pheasants
Fork— Block, 75 to 150 pounds, 8@ the report that the Stefansse expedition Com exposition, Chicago, October 5 to
Chicago, Sept. 10.— A New York this season.
A monument to Win. McKinley has
He lias been more suc
the most elaborate decorative
is safe is given in a message received at 19,
been dedicated at Buffalo, N. Y .
says: Is cessful this year in hatching and rais 8 'jc ; packers, 7J,@8c.
the prosperity of the country again to
Poultry— Average old hens, 13@13)tc the offices of the American geographical scheme ever seen in Chicago will h*
ing the birds than ever before. Van
Tire moral effect of the change in the
threatened this fall anil winter by •ban was one of the pioneer pheasant per pound; mixed chickens, 12»^c; society in this city today from Vilhjal- presented at the Coliseum building and
police administration of Han Francisco
a shortage in freight equipment and
spring chickens, 12@12v$c; old roost mun Stefanssen, the ethnologist and annex. This decorative work will cost
raisers ot Oregon, but ttiis is the larg
This mes in the neighborhood of $30,001), and
ciist merchants and farmers untold mil est brood he ever raised in one season. ers, 8@9e; dressed chickens, 16@17c; leader of the expedition.
A group of American capitalists with lions'1 This question is being asked
turkeys, live, 15@16c; geese, live, 8® sage was dated at Eagle City, Alaska, corn w ill be the dominant decorative
The demand for Chinese ptieasants is 9c; ducks, 14c.
which is on the Upper Yukon river, material. In addition to a miniature
Thomas F. Ryan a the head is said to in high railway circles in the Fast and
such that he could easily sell twice as
be preparing a typewriter trust.
Eggs— Fresh ranch, candied, 28c per and reads as follows: “ Expedition is corn farm in the center of the building,
on Wall street, and, as a rnle, it is many as he raises and could contract
all safe. Stefanssen.”
Officers of the one end will contain an ancient tempi*
The French Meet lias bombarded the being answered in the affirmative. Men for all his broext in advance.
Fruits— Apples, $email@example.com per box; geographical society said they supposed dedicated to the goddess of corn, where
Moorish fanatic stronghold ol Matagan in the traffic world who control vast
cantaloupes, $firstname.lastname@example.org per crate; the message had been forwarded by at certain times of the day the virgins
and almost completely destroyed the systems are shaking their heads and sd-
Railway Loses Franchise.
of the sun w ill offer sacrifices of corn.
peaches, 50® 85c per crate; prunes, 50 messenger from Herschel island.
rnittlng that a recurrence of the disas
trous car shortage is threatening.
@75c per orate; watermelons, 1 <aj 1 *^c
thorized the eitv attorney to institute per pound; plums, 50@75c per box;
Lewis Stuyvasant ( ’ hauler, of New
Vengeance on Autocracy.
Health Ruined by E arth q u a ke .
pro.-ee.Hngs to revoke the franchise of pears, 75c® $1.25 per box; grapes, 75c
York, is mentioned as Bryan's running
Moors Fall to Show Up.
Berlin, Sept. 9.— The “ Forest Broth
Chicaog, Sept. 10.— The San 1 ran-
the Albany street railway.
mate in the next presidential cam-
Paris, Hept. 10 - T h e heralded Moor- chise is to tie revoked has been running @$1.50 per crate; casabas, $2.25 per ers,” who terrorized the Baltic pro- cisco catastrophe of last summer was
x ineee a year ago, have recommenced recalled last night in the commitment
■all peace delegations failed to material-
Trainwreokers drew spikes from tire i*e at Tangier Hatun|»v, according to about 25 years and was renewed a few
Vegetables— Turnips, $1.25 per sack; their depredations. The hero of these to the Detention hospital of a mother
sails of the Baltimore A Ohio 2t) mile«
carrots, $1.25 per sack; beets, $1.25 outlaws Is Johann Cgrun, a Lett, who and daughter, two victims, who lost
ic.al report» received here tonight.
east of Pittsburg . A freight train wss , *"• delegation« do not appear to Only a horse car line has lieen oper- per sack;
cabbage, 1 S @ 1 34c per suffered tortures at the hands of the their all.
The woman, Mrs. T ill'«
wrecked hut no one hurt.
night, the report adds, military opera- a. l -' Tll<l ,in* * a" polJ '**1 winter to pound; celery, 75c@$l per dozen ; corn, Riga police. Cgrun, an uncouth, red Levenberg, 68 years old, ami Mis*
i n . .
t . K. Hox trustee, representing an un
Roosevelt is not satisfied with re turns w ill l*e resumed energetically to- known purchaser. who agreed to elec $email@example.com per sack; cucumbers, 10@15c haired monster, whose body shows Julia Levenberg, 18 years old, were
per dozen; onions, 15@20e per dozen; traces of terrible suffering, has already taken to the hospital from the home of
sult« gained at The Hague and may call
«sere p i it
trify it within a year.
parsley, 2l)c per dozen; pumpkins, 1 \ killed four adherents of the govern George Conner, 1644 Clifton avenue,
«vhen I S
a peace congress of his own to rmhrmw profited by the suspension of fighting
(« » l’ a cp er pound; radishes, 20c per ment and threatens that he will kill
by determining the exact positions of
stepson of Mrs. Levenberg. They ar*
the amlwasad.ira at Washington.
I » ir e ie
Prune D ry e rs S ta rt in L in n .
the enemy. Admiral Philil^rt .aides
dozen; spinach, 6c per ponnd; squash, 100 I «fo re he is caught.
rived in Chicago a month ago.
An Illinois woman ia suing for di that all the port* arc orderly.
Albany— Prune picking is in full 50c®$1 per box; sweet potatoes, 2 V
and i t
vorce on the ground that she married
hiast in all the orchards of this part of per ponnd.
May Hunt in Loufsana.
Canada Asserts Sovereignty.
the wrong brother.
The two men ate
tie state and nine dryers are running
Onions— $202 2 ' per hundred.
Vaccinated by the Thousand.
Oyster Bay, Sept. 9. — President
Ottawa, Ontario. Sept. 10.— By the
T h e y ate
to their fullest capacity in the vicinity
\ lenna, Sept It).—rTheie are no signs
Roosevelt is considering an invitation establishmeont of a customs port of en
The prune crop is one of
Hops— Fngglea, 6r,@ 7c per ponnd. to go on a hunting trip into the Louis try at Burwell, situated on the west of
Attorney General Bonaparte denies of abatement in the smallpox epidemic. the best in years and iaselle Brothers,
Wool— Eastern Oregon, average beat, iana canebrakes Immediately after hia
Ihrrlng the last few days 166,000 per
f i l l s nave
be w ill resign.
Cape Chudley on Hudson strait, the
of this city, will send 150 cats of dried
sons have been vaccinated.
Puhlic prunes to F.astern markets, the biggest 16 3122c per ponnd, according to shrink- forthcoming journey doxvn the Missis government lias solved the problem of
Congressman Burton is to run for meetings and processions have been
j*ge: valley, 20@22e, according to fine- sippi. In case he makes the trip far
aseerting and maintaining Canadian
shipment of prunes ever mads from ■ ne®«; mohair, choke, 29@3<*
mayor of Cleveland, Ohio
per ther south he probably will not return jurisdiction over the Hudson bay and
the Pacific Northwest.
to Washington until about October 20. more northerly waters.
OF THE WEEK
la a Condensed Form ior Our
ASIATIC S ALL LEAVE TH E IR WORK