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E S T A B L IS H
Washington County News
S M A L L F O R A R B IT R A T IO N
Tells Operators President Roosevelt
Can End Strike.
OREGON STATE HENS OP INTEREST
p r iz e
c o u r t
Peace Conference Votes on
»¡LL PROTECT CHINA
The Hague, Sept. 23. The sixtli
plenary sitting of the peace conference
Chicago, Sept. 24.—“ I have positive
tedav attracted an unusuully large au
F O R E S T G R O V E ......... O R E G O N
inside information that the coinpan it -
dience. The members of the Interna
E A R N IN G S O F S L E E P E H S .
easy to g et c a r s .
tional Seismologioal and Dairy con
are reedy to arbitrate, and I predict to
gresses, which were meeting here, were
you now that you will all be at work
Line Proves Great Aid to
present. In the course of the discus
within ten days, and that victory will Trolley Freewater Shippers.
sion regarding the establishment of an
Freewater — The several packing sion has issued an order extending the international prize court, Benor F.steva
This was the information given cut
(Mexico) announced that the Mexican
by President S. J. Small, of the strik- houses in this city have about complet time given the transportation compan delegation would now vote ill favor of
ing commercial telegraphers, ut the
ies of the state to file their annual re
best attended meeting held since the will now begin on the apple crop. ports to October 10. Only six compan the proposition, as tlie modification Japan Blustered About S ch o o l Q u es
strike was declared. There were loud Over 100 carloads of fruit, chiefly ies sent reports, the Wellp, largo, the permitting a country interested in a
tion in C alifornia Only to Get
•aee to have its own judge on the tri
A R siu m a o f the Less Important but cries of “ No arbitration” when Presi prunes, peaches, pears and plums, have Denver A Rio Grande, the Salem, rails
Free H and in China.
dent Small began speaking, but these been shipped from here during the past City A Western, the Pullman, the Cen
Not Lesa Interesting Events
tionable features of the earlier pr< po
grew weaker as he said:
tral Railway Union, and the Oregon A
o f the Past Week.
“ I think I have heard that cry be Walla Walla Valley trolley line via Sunset Logging company of Clatskanie. sition which he said contravened tiie
San Francisco, Sept. 24.—That tiie
fore, but I want to say something on the Northern Pacific.
Letters have been received from the principle of the equality of nations.
The shipper-i say that since the ad Portland Railway, Light A Power com Senor Esteva addl'd that while Mexico Japanese question has not been settled
the ether side. If President Roosevelt
An Anglo-Rusaiau treaty has been should ask the companies to arbitrate, vent of the traction company ami their
would support the preposition to estab
pany and the Rogue River Valley Rail
and they consented, what position ability to furnish Northern Pacific re road company saying reports liad been lish a prize court, she did not withdraw but is merely in its infancy is tiie be
frigerator cars, troubles have ended re sent, but so far they have not been re tier opinion, repeatedly expressed, lief of a large number of naval officers
Rebel Moors have at last accepted would it place you in if you refused’.’’
against the project to establish an in »ho have arrived at San Francisco with
1 don’t know that you will gel a garding the securing of cars as the O. ceived.
the French terms of peace.
ternational oouit of permanent arbitra the udvance guard of the fleet that is to
K. A N. agents have “ loosened up
The San Francisco city jail has been
cries continued. “ If Colonel dowry wonderfully, and even take the trouble tion company tiled its report under tion, if bassd on a principle contrary
be mobilized in Pacific waters. Ac
condemned as unsafe.
has his way about it you won’t be given to call up the growers over the long protest, as not being a common carrier. to tiie equity cf tho states.
cording to these authorities, the fleet
Heney feels confident of convicting the ciiar.ee. We have had some bitter distance telephone to ask if they can
The Sunset Logging company reports
Tirey L. Ford, of the United Railwnys, experence with arbitration, but if it supply them cars. Such a state of earnings of $10,‘J14.05, operating ex ternational prize court was ultimately bus lieen ordered to the Pacific not so
now on trial.
comes this time with the stamp of the affairs has heretofore been unknown in penses $84,810.88, a deficit of $53,- approved, Brazil alone casting a vote much as a warning to Japan for her
against it. Russia, Japan, Siam, Ven paet actions as for a flouting protest
Standard Oil lawyers say it is not United States government on it^ I be this city, and of course the shippers 8 !)«. 83.
the policy of that company to drive
Tire Pullman company gives its gross ezuela, Turkey and Persia abstained against her contemplated seizure of
China. In faet, those naval men inter
Although he did not say so, Presi
The apple crop is a good one and top earnings in operating cars wholly in from voting.
rivals to the wall.
dent Small gave the inference that Pres notch prices have already been ottered Oregon at $57,479.08, gross earnings
On the motion of President Nelidoff, pret tiiat the presence of tiie fleet on
The Russian government has resum ident Roosevelt was in a fair way to and accepted. The apple trees have
the resolution in regard to convening tliis side of tiie continent as a message
ed its policy of shooting suspected re end the strike. He said it had already lieen well sprayed this year and the on all lines entering Oregon $1,373.- the third peace conference, introduced to Japan clearly saying: “ Thou sliait
840.04, Oregon’s proportion of the
volutionists without trial.
good derived thereby is already allowing
cost the companies $ 12 , 000 , 000 .
September 19, was unanimously adopt not steal China.”
Chairman Wesley Russell said the itself by the absence of scale. There latter $323,289.49, receipts from car ed, together with the expression of
These authorities bring forward a
The United States Circuit Court of
Appeals has decided that the Great cotton growers of the South are clamor will lie over 100 car loads of apples $711.74, Oregon’s proportional share gratitude to Emperor Nicholas, as tiie number of interesting facts to support
Northern must pay its tine for giving ing for better telegraph facilities, and from this point. Hay shipments are $80.34; total expenses of operation initiator of tiie conference and to Queen their contention. In the first place
that many Southern associations had becoming general, the rancherB con
they point out that a treaty existed be
$859,356, Oregon’s share $197,037.26; Wilhelinina for her hospitality.
ap|>ealed to President Roosevelt. The
Prior to the vote, M. Tsukui, head of tween the United States and Corea
Pennsylvania and Kansas are assured situation, he said, looked decidedly signing their hay to points on Puget property owned by the company in
sound where prices are good.
tiie Japanese delegation drew cordial which was tiie nearest thing to an alli
of a 2 -cent pasHengear rate by action of
Harvesting has begun on the third Oregon used in the operation of cars applause because of his expression of ance that the United States has under
the executive oiiicials of the roads in hopeful.
M. J. Reidy, of lioston, and S. K. alfalfa crop which promises to be above
appreciation of the personal initiative taken. This treaty under a possible
not be stated.
Konenkauip, of Pittsburg, [members of the average y ield.
of Emperor Nicholas in bringing about construction pledged tiie American
The Standard Oil announces that as the national executive board, said the
government to protect Corea against
the meeting of the convention.
C a n ’t Get Care at Albany.
soon as present suits are finished it strike would be over in two weeks.
Money in Clover Seed.
just such a coup as Japan lias carried
Albany—Though local shippers of
will reorganize and enlarge its ccapital,
Albany—Local dealers are building perishable goods are successful in get
to a successful lonclusion. It is said
»Iso that earnings will lx) published.
J O H N D. T O T E S T IF Y .
up a lucrative business in handling the ting cars, the car shortage for grain
tliut immediately alter the Portsmouth
H A G U E M E E T IN G B A R R E N .
clover need produced by the growers shippers is now worse than ever. Pres
treaty was signed, in which, by the
Judge Lochien, of the United States
court, has issued an injunction which Delegations Go to Peace Conference of this section. Carter A Robson, of ent conditions here are pronounced Federal Government W ants to Know way, Japan guaranteed the independ
this city, have made a specialty in sup worse than that which prevailed last
ence of Corea, tiie island empire busied
suspends the Minnesota rate law pend
Of Standard Oil.
plying alsyke ami red clover seed to one year, so far as grain dealers are con
herself tying the hands of all the big
ing a final settlement of the case in the
New York, Sept. 23.—John D. Rock FI iropeau powers by means of treaties
The Hague, Sept. 24.—After having of the largest seed concerns in Wiscon
been in session for over three months,
Should it lie possible to obtain such a point that exporters of grain efeller, genius extraordinary of the and alliances. Tiie United States gov
Grover Cleveland’s illness has be and adjurnment probably a month in sin.
the cars, a total of 240,000 pounds wi l cannot even get cars for Oregon ship gigantic Standard Oil trust, will be ernment was tho only big power with
come very serious.
forced to take the witness stand and un the exeption of Germany not included
the distance, it is recognized generally have been sent to Milwaukee by the
ments. It is only in the paet few days
A mining plant at Jonplin, Mo., has and even by the most optimistic in the end of this week. The local film seeks that this condition lias existed gene der oath divulge certain secrets of tiie in this arrangement.
combination’s history, which he, better
peace movement, that the Becond inter to purchase sufficient seed to make out
been blown up by dynamite.
Tiie naval officers above referred to
rally, though one shipper has had an than any other, is able to render ac
national peace conference lias been and
The king of Siam is visiting in Ger will lie at its conclusion, barren of re a shipment of seven carloads with
order in for 25 days for one car for an curately. Other leading figures in the give it as their opinion that the ill feel
total valuation ol atiout $25,000. This
ing Btirred up between the United
many and spending money lavishly.
sults leading to permanent measures of opens up a new market for the clover Oregon shipment and no car has come. trust, who, it w*s expected, would es States and Japan was the work of the
Chicago, Milwakuee A St. Paul offi lienetit to the praee of the world.
cape the ordeal, also will be called to Japanese government.
seed mised in this section and will
Even the proposition for a future have a tendency to strengthen the local are not being realized.
cials expect to sen that road fininshed
lace Deputy Attorney General Frank was belligerently protesting against the
meeting of the conference, which was market and bring the top price to the
to the coast In 1909.
attitude of tiie Californians toward the
Rich Strike in Quartzville.
unanimously adopted has lieen so alter valley growers. It is said that the
Mississippi has ordered the Gulf ed
Japanese, it »as doing nothing more or
Albany—A rich ledge of quartz has
Those in charge oi the government's less, r.cording to tiie authorities cited,
Compress company to withdraw from part, namely, the periodicity oi meet supply is not ecpial to the demand and been discovered in the Quartzville min
case in tiie Federal suit to dissolve
that a lucrative business awaits grow
the state as it is a trust.
ings, merely providing for the calling ers who will specialize in the glowing ing district by Grant Lindley, a resi Standard Oii^as a corporation violator than holding America at a distance
with one hand while with the other it
Dewey does not favor disposing of of a third conference, but establishing oi clover for seed pm poses.
of the Sherman anti-trust law decided
the mountains this week witli samples today that the issuing of more subpe- »as choking tiie life out of Corea.
the Philippines and Hays there is no nothing with reganI to convening of the
Tiie naval officers hold that as soon
oi some remarkably rich ore, hut said nas is necessary. Although Mr. Kel
danger of war with Japan.
Freighting at Klamath.
as Japan tcok possession of Corea Mr.
The Japanese Foreign office has de
Klamath Falls—An average of 150,- yet filed his notices of location. He logg would not tell who will be com Roosevelt was convinced that the next
cided to leave Ambassador Aoki at by one of (lie leading delegates is that 000 pounds ol freight every five days is lias now returned to the site for that pelled to testify, tho fact remains that move would involve China, and accord
Washington for the present.
being hauled into Klamath F'alls by purpose. Tire samples of ore Lindley the only men in possession of many ingly began preparations for active in
on tlie gieat (|Uestiong was due to the
The Englinali steamer I.usitania lias lack of preparation by all the countries the J. M. McIntyre Transportation iound have not yet lieen assayed, but much sought secrets who have not been terference.
The United States sat
started on her return trip to Liverpool represented. This, lie raid, was esptc- company. Other freighters are carry the discoverer expects it to prove richer subpenaed are John D. Rockefeller, quietly by while Japan put Corea in
and her officers hope to establish a new iaily stiiking in the ease of the Ameri ing smaller amounts. The merchants than anything yet found in the Quartz- William Rockefeller, W. H. Flagler, its hack pocket. It will not sit quietly
Oliver H. Payne, John D. Archbold by if Japan makes tiie effort to deal in
are stocking up for winter trade, as the
can delegation, which was supposed to freight rates are higher during the had ville country, and says he has plenty and H. H. Rogers.
the same manner with China.
The govrenment has seveial experts have come here in complete accord with roads season. The McIntyre comiiany
It is believed that, with the possible
Tiie big fleet of warships to be gath
examining the liooks of the Standard the Latin-American countries.
is keeping 13 teams on the road, each
exception of William Rockefeller and
Brown Again Land Board Clerk,
ered on tiie Pacific coast will serve to
Oil coni|iany between ttie yeais 1882
1 and 1808.
Salem—The state land board at its forced to appear in court. William remind Japan that the entity of China
H IS V A C A T IO N D A Y S O V E R .
After October 1 tlie freight will be un
is one of the cardnial foreign policies of
loaded at Keno, 18 miles down the lust meeting re-elected George G. Rockefeller suddenly disappeared from the
Helena, Mont., labor unions have
American government. To just
Brown clerk of the iioard and George the city the other day and Mr. Rogers
Î otdered a strike on all industries in President Roosevelt Returns to W ash
lengths the country will go to
up on the steamer Klamath. While
is declared to he in no condition to un preserve the Chinese empire from Ja
ington and Hard W ork.
via: town to enforce a boycott on the tele
tire haul from tire end of ttie track of Tiie application of H. T. Hemlryx and dergo examiation.
pan is yet to be determined.
Oyster Bay, L. L, Sept. 24.—Presi the California Northeastern railway to other for the purchase of approximately
threatens armed intervention dent Roosevelt's summer vacation ut navigable water, and thence by treat to 2,400 acres of tideland on Cathlamet
and la Russia
liis Sagamore Hill home will end at 10 Klamath Falls, would be easier than hay, on tiie Columbia river, at the rate N O E F F O R T S T O H ID E F A C T S .
L A S T T E C H N IC A L I T Y F A IL S .
Prohibitionists aim to make Wash a nr. Wednesday, when he, witli Mrs. the present one it is not likely that of $2 per acre was s I bo taken up again
Roosevelt, members of the family and there »ill be any change in the present and the final action contiued until the
O in ington, 1). C., dry.
San Francisco Health Officials Will Suprem e C o u rt U ph o lds Indictments
tho executive staff, will take a s|ieiittl route until spring.
hoard could make a visit to the land in
Tell Truth About Plague.
The crown prince of Japan is to visit train for Washington.
of Accused Bribers.
volved and ascertain tiie real value.
trip Corea to investigate affairs there.
During the three and a half months
Francisco, Sept. 23.—At a joint
Ran Kraniscco, Sept. 24.—The state
Railway Route to Lakeview.
PO RTLAND M ARKETS.
meeting today of the F'ederal, state and Supreme court iRte yesterday rendered
China has taken a decided step to the president lias occupied the home
Klamath—Engineer Journey and his
stead lie lias had the quietest and at
municipal authorities to discuss the a decision upholding the validity of the
the same time the busiest vacation he
84c; bubonic plague situation, the following so-called Oliver grand jury. On this
valley, 82c; red, 80c.
has indulged in sinee ire lava me an oc-
resolution was unanimously adopted:
decision depended tiie fate of the in
on Governor Johnson, of Ohio, for pres- cajiant of the White House. The re east to Lakeview, have just succeeded
Oats—No. 1 white, $23.500 24; gtay,
“ Resolved, That it be the sense of dictments found subsequent to March
$ 2 3 0 8 3 . 50 .
cords show that since June 12 the pres
this meeting that the fullest authorized last.
Barley—FeeJ, $23(323.50 per ton; publicity be given to tiie plague situa
The Standard Oil impiiry at New ident 1ms received 125 persons at Saga of 1 per cent through [angelI valley
The attack was made on the grand
brewing, $24.50024.75; rolled, »24.50 tion in the city at all times; that the
R«r> Y ork shows Rockefeller’s income to lie
by William M. Abbott, of the
la err distinguished foreigners ami a few
•bout $40,000,000 a year.
newspapers be requested to publish
have made purely social calls, bat the gineer Journey is quoted as saying that
Corn — Whole, $29030; cracked, such reports as may be furnished by United Railroads; F'rank G. Drum,
John Martin and Eugene De Sabla, of
Fanatics a t Zion City have been ar majority of them tune ivetr olliciu.s on as near as he can determine his instruc $30.50.
the department of public health; that tiie San Francisco Gas company, and
rested for torturing a woman to death strictly government business.
tions are to finish to Lakeview and then
the interests of the city are best served other defendants ^to teBt tiie validity of
I in order to drive the devils out of her
While visitors have been ccuqiara return over the route to Klamath F'alls. 18 per ton; Eastern Oregon timothv, by this course.”
the indictments charging them with
tively few, tire work which the prosi
$19020; clover, $11; cheat, »11;
Tiie decision henceforth to encourage bribery. They contended that in Feb-
To Mine Coal Near Medford.
* a new commercial treaty. France is
publicity is in line with the views ruary last tiie names for a new grand
tion has been great. His annual me«-
Medford—The Pacific Coal company,
Fruits—Apples, »101.50 per box; held from the beginning by the federal 1
Doc given many more favorable terms than sage to congress is practically com of l.os Angeles, has bonded for $50,000
jury were drawn and tiiat, while the
cantaloupe*, 75c0$1.26 per etate; authorities.
peaches, 6Oe0$1.26 crate; prunes, 50 0
The total number of verified cases of its powers lapsed with the first step
Flaatcrn critics can’t pievent the voy ishing touches, and but few of them four miles east of here, belonging to the 75c perorate; watermelons, 101 >gc per plap»e to date is 39; deaths, 22; un taken to impanel its successor.
Medford Ccal A Miningcoinpanv. The pound; plums, 500 75c p«r box; verified suspects, 23.
age of the Imttleship fleet to the Pacific,
Justice McFarland filed a dissenting
Ixw Angeles company is capitalized at gtnpee, 5Oc0$1.5O per crate; casabas,
F as Kooeevelt Is determined it shall
Thirty-two Hurt in Wreck.
was nyake tho trip.
Washington, Hept. 24 —Thirty-two
Japan Excludes Foreigners.
Vegetables—Turnips, $1 25 per sack;
passengers were injured, none serious E. Dorn, manager of the California
Emma Goldman, who lias been at ly, by the derailment of tiie Chatta company, which agrees to thoroughly carrots, »1.25 per sack; beets, $1.25
Has New Rebate Evidence.
London, Sept. 23.—A dispatch to the
tending an anarchist congress at Am nooga A Washington limited train on explore tiie interior of tiie property, to per sack; cabbage, 1 H 0 1 V per Times from Pekin today says that the
New York, Sept. 24.—I t is under
W. sterdam, may not lie admitted when the Southern railway, just north of begin work within ten day* and path it pound; celery, 75c0$l per dozen labor troubles at Vancouver are being stood that Frank B. Kellogg, the gov
she attempts to return to the United Ryan s Siding. \ irglnia. early today. with proper diligence at all times.
corn, $101 .60 per sack; cucumbers. 10 billowed with much interest in the Far ernment’s counsel in its suit to dissolve
A broken rail was the cause of ’the ac
016c per dozen; onions, 15020c per East, where an analogous problem has the Standard Oil company of New Jer
Gettirg Factories for Town.
Delegates to The Hague are unani cident. The entire train, composed of
dozen; parsley, 20 c per dozen; peppers, now arisen between China and Japan. sey, has important evidence in his pos
mous for holding regular conference«.
Woodbmn—Since its recent organi 8 610c per pound; pumpkins, l t , 0 Japanese imperial ordinance No. 325, session bearing on alleged relationship
a bagggae ear, day coach and three
England is prs|«ring to build a sleepers, being almost destroyed by zation tiie Wood burn Commercial club I V per pound; radishes, 20 c per doz of July 27, 1899, vigorously forbids ail betweenjrailroad rebates and the profits
A special train was quickly has done gtxxl work. It lias circulated en; spinach, 6 c per pound, squash, 50c foreigners, whether Europeans, Ameri of the corporation in the last eight
I fourth battleship of the Dreadnaught fire.
made up and proceeded to this city 6,000 leaflets in the East, and is al 0$1 per box; tomatoes, 40060c per can or Chinese, from working in Japan years. It is also said that this phase
with all the paseergers of tiie limited ready getting good returns, parties hav box; sweet potatoes, 2 V per pound.
as laborers in argiculutral, fishing, of Mr. Kellogg’s case is being reserved
Russia is to spend $10,000,000 con Hie track was blocked several hours.
ing come here on the strength of the
mining, manufacturing and other class until the line of questioning he pur
Onion*—$1.50 per sack.
■true'nig new fvrtlllcatinoa at Yladi
leaflets and purchase land in this vicin
Potatoes—New, 80090c per hundred. es of industry outside of the narrow sued iast week is finished.
ity. The club has also induced two
Leased Wire Men to Remain.
Kellogg has had subpenas served on
Butter—Fancy creamery, 27 >*035c residential settlements.
several railroad men.
New York, Sept. 24 —A determined 1
men to Pat in at
point .. per ponnd.
Burbank, the horticultural wiaard
Get After the Paper Trust.
resolution calling ont l’reatTO,ï> * * cream factory and cold
Veal—75 to 125 pound», 808 Vyc;
has an apple tree on which 73 varietiee «dort to pa*«
on strike recaní Ira. „f their contact* '•'"rage plant. An effort is also lieil 125 to 150 pounds, 7 l,c ; 160 to 200
Several M ay Defend Cup.
New York, Sept. 23.—Members of
all newspaper wire ,„d broker office made for a first class hotel.
the American Newspaper Publishers’
New York, Sept. 24.—Preparatkns
The Wee*cm Union elaltna to Is 1 able operators, was made at a meeting of
Pork—Block, 75 to 150 pounds, 8 0 association have appointed a commit for the defense of the America's cup
New Salmon Industry.
to handle promptly all business east ol the local telegraphers' union today
tee and instructed it to call the atten has begun. At least one syndicate is
8 Sc; packers, 7 »,08c.
Buffalo and north of Washington.
After a long debate, the nM ution ■ Astoria— Another industry has just
Poultry—Average old hens. 14014 »yc tion of President Roosevelt to what the being organized and possibly more.
Japan may annex Corea to end the whuh na* U'for»» txvn introtlnc*! at been f stero l er developed through the per pound; mixed chickens, 13(sTl3He; association asserts is an unlawful com Everyone appears to be of the opinion
meetings of the strikers, was again canning nr salting of salmon. It is the *pitng chickens, 1 3 0 1 3 v ,c ; old rooet- bination of paper manufacturers to that the management will be vested in
tallied, but it was said later witli the saltlng of salmon heads and exportig . err, 8 0 9 e , dressed chickens, 1 8 0 1 7 c; keep up the price of white paper and E. D. Morgan. Those mentioned as
Attorney Dolmas may defend Thaw understanding that it would be taken them to Sweden on orders received from ! turkeys, live, 1 5 0 1 6 c ; geese, live, 8 0 to demand relief from what they con generous subscribers are Edward H.
at his second trial.
np at a meeting tomorrow.
thsre. ri e prices paid are very re- 9c; ducks, lftc.
sider an oppressive burden. The ac Harrinran, Colonel Robert M. Thomp
mur.erative ami if the experiment is
U|«s— Freeh ranch, candled, 30c per tion is the subject of no melons opin son, C. K. G. Billings and Roy A. Rai
A wreck on tha Mexican Central rail
•luvo-sful the cost of salmon cheeks dozen.
ions here from both sides.
M oorish C am ps Burned.
ney. The cost of producing the Reli
road near the northern boundary of
tw greatly enhanced to out local
Hope—1907 Fnggles. 6»y07c per
ance would be upward of $500,000.
Casa Blanca, Sept 24.—Negotiations will
Mexico resulted in the death of 32 per
per pennd; 1907 cluaters, 708c; olds.
Army of Shoew orkers Out.
for the cessation of hoatilities having
failed. General Drude today resumed
St. Louis, Sept 23.—A conservative
First Sno w in Chicago.
Eastern Oregon Appointment
H. If. Rogers' breakdown is said to the offensive, and burned the Moorish
Wool—Eastern Oregon, average beet, estimate places the number of shoe fao-
Chicago, Sept. 24.—A few flakes of
be due to immense losses on a new rail •amps at Midi Rrahim, south of Gasa appointed II. M. Coekburn a oommlV
’ brink 1 to,y w o r k ^ s 7 u t 2 W
The ,inow fell here late yesterday. The fall
road he was hacking. He hat lost $50,- Blanca, and dispeised tiie tribesmen, sinner of the Third (Eastern Oregon) ' ness ; m ? L *
w»< not large enough to tie reoognired
meeting n -----,
today, , decided
000 , 000 .
CDoice, .9030c per , not to accede to any demands made by , by the weather bureau, but for several
who offered but little resistance.
District Agricultural society.
■ minutes it was plainly visible.
Is s u e d E a ch Week
NEWS OF THE WEEK
In a Condensed Form lor Our
P resid en t R oosevelt C ognizant of
Ja p a n ’s G am e.
COREA ONLY A STEPPING STONE