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R E PO R T BIG oTE E L O U T P U T .
G E T T IN G FLEET RfcADY.
Be Prepared to Sail On
OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
Production Probably Will Be Curtailed
IH D S T K G M itK U
Cleveland, 0., Nov. 11.— Rep.»rts
Washington, Nov. 12. — Every detail
from the building trades reveal some
forest g ro ve
of toe preparations for the sailing of
i remarkable conditions.
the battleship fleet to the Pai ifle ocean ELLIS A P P E A L S FOR S E T T E R S
W E S TO N S lU O E N T S W O R K .
1 a number i f weeks new business lias
| been leduced to a small volume, statis-
1 is now well iu hand, und by December
16, the date on which the vessels will A s k s S e c r e t a r y o f Interior to Permit President French Hopes to Make ’ tics of production for the past month
show tiiat seldom in the history of tlie
Normal belt Supporting
Land Proofs Without Payment
I pass out of Hampton R» ads, in review
i trade have such large tonnages bun
Weston— The Weston normal will turned out. For exampl», the Ameri-
before President Roosevelt, members of
(the cabinet and h:gh officials of the on behalf of several hundred entrymen become a self supporting institution if jean Bridge company, the largest produc
I navy, arrangements for the comfort of in Eastern Oregon, who la v - advertis the ambitious of President Robert C. er of structural material, turned out
ed to prove up on their claim«, whose French are realized.
It may offer
I the men en route will have been at time has expired and who m st now young men and w» men an opportunity 6u,000 tons lust month, but sold only It Is Feared The»r Finance Legislation
A Resume o f the Less Important but tended to. At all of the navy yards i present proof and m ike n»y merit at the to secure an education on their own re one-third of thut amouut.
Would Be Weak and Favor
A steel curpuiutiou nm»le surprising
the work of making necessary repairs is lui.d ' Dice in this dis r c with □ the sour» es. With this plan in view, Ptes-
Not Less Interesting Frenvs
Mu L. M
o f the Past Week.
r ext few week«, Congie.-etnan W. R. ident French has just purchased 65
pleted by December 1. Provisions are Ellis has sent a message to James R. acres of excellent timber land HI miles company broke records at Us various
Ihe Illinois Steel company
being stored aboard the vessels, and | Garfield, e-'etary of the intern r, ask from Weston, where boys may work at plants.
back. 1 fell
their coal bunkers are being filled to ing him to permit tl e advertised p r tofs wood cutting during vacation, the pro not only broke all its previous records
Washington, Nov. 12 — The recent
The Russian douma meets November
their capacity. Four anchors will he to be made without puyment and to al duct to be sold for the bentfit of the but did sc iu every individual depart financial disturbance in New York and
ment in all three works, South Chicago,
I>a ns would
carried by each vessel so as to be ready low 60 days for the making of pay school.
the flurry in other parts of the country
lulT erin g ,
Milwaukee and Joilet.
The New Orleans stock exchange lias for any emergency.
will re.-ult in consiilerablu discussion cf
as these org;
The cost of provisioning the fleet is
closed for a week.
finance at the coming aesgion of con
Owing to tiiep resent financial condi to develop the industrial side of life,
erly. 1 am
back is »trot
Five persons lost their lives in a lire estimated at about $375,000, contem tions and '.he continued holidays, it and he believes the oppoitunlty to O t ber, which, according to the statis gress and w ill produce an unusually
plating the feeding of a force of 15,000 w ill he imposs hie for many of the en work should be offered every young
mg this rer.
large number of bills to amend the
at New ilaven, Conn.
] men for 100 days. Only this week con trymen to make their payments at this man and woman attending school. tics of the lion Trade Review reached bauklng laws. The subject will be dis-
1*111» very 1
A Federal attorney in Texas declares tracts were awarded fur head cheese,
a new high point in the history of the
ussed by tlie president in l.is meetage
tune, and it is feared that an endless Even now many young men ami »»mien
tra.e, ihe production being 2,362,630
clearing house certificates illegal.
ta isages and veal.
ami the congressional record will 1«
amount of litigation, red tape, loss of are working their way through school.
tons, coinpareil with tlie largest output, loaded with all kirn's of talk as to the
Advantage w ill he taken of the two time and in many instances loss of land
The United States has secured seve
2,291,030 tong in -May of this year. In advisability of changing the currency
ral million dollars more of Knglish ocean cruises to make several tests with rights, will result if the government in
otlur words the production for October
I the prov sions aboard— their preserva- sists on payments at once.
But' the more con-
Corvallis— The Oregon Agricultural was at ihe rate oi aboil 28,000,000 tons laws of the nation.
1 tion, packing ami handling.
- •native men who have viewed the sit
A woman has just died at Ttinh'ad,
Incidentally to the visit of the fleet
uation in its broadest light believe there
KEMO IRRIG ATIO N B AN AL.
the governm nt about 400 of the latest
Col., who for nearly 60 years has to tlie Pacific coast the Navy depart
The statistics for November w’ ll
will he no financial -legislation and in
»loubtlees tell a vastly different story.
ment is making arrangements to obtain
guns w ill in pait take the place of the Many sheet and tin plate mills have their judgment the talk w ill come to
The packing plant of Swift & Co. at a place for small arms firing there, so Work Progressing Papialy in City
old guns now in use, which will he re been closed and the sheet bar mills of nothing.
Limits of Klamath Falls
Harrisburg, Fa., has been destioyed by us to give the men an opportunity for
If the«e views prove to Ire incorrect
turned to some arsenal.
There has the steel corp'»ration at Columbus an.I
practice in that cupucity.
fire. Loss, $250,000.
Klamath Falls— Work on the Ker.o
just been formed a tliir»! ca»!et battal Bellaire are idle. The corporation now ami financial legislation is undeitaken,
canal ia now well within thecity limits
it will be mo t in»fortunate for the
The 27th annual convention of the
ion. The new companies aie I, K and
ami the billable where the government L, and three more captains and other has 21 blast furnaces out of commission country, tit cause lire legislation will be
Ainericnn Federation of Labor is in ses
AG U IN A LD O 13 H O PE FU L.
force is at work pieeentsthe appearance
sion at Jamestown, Ya.
necessary officers w ill be selected from their product. Hence it may be confi intrusted to two committees which are
of a very animated anthill.
not property constituted to handle a
dently expected that the output of both
school at 1
subject of this importance. The senate
Confident o f Benefits From T afi’s force with shovels an»l with teams is at
pig iron and finisheil materials would
Central American republics and the
S e r v ic e ,T
work and good progress is lieing made.
committee is largely composed of men
Visit to Islands.
Enlarging the Cannery.
be much smeller this month than for
hate-hot lias been buried.
It is expected that a great part of the
who are incapable of framing safe finan
Manila, Nov. 12.— A feature of tho heavier work will be completed before
Brownsville— The Brownsv lie can any previous month of tire year.
The 2,200 employes of the shoe fac
cial legislation or who would take ad
T h e Ger
tories at Marlborough, Mass., have visit of Secretary of War Taft to Manila winter sets in. The Keno canal is on
vantage ol the situation to put through
BRAZIL C U T L E T FOR JAPAN
plant. It w ill be about 100x160 feet
been put on half time on account of was the presence of Aguinaldo at sever the west side of the river and w ill reach
legislation in the interest of W all street
rather than in the interest of ttie entire
al of the functions, for the first time a part of the farming lands not touched fruit output of the whole neighborhood.
Negotiations Pe»iolng for Immigration community. 'The house committee is
by the main irrigation canal now in
Foreign inves <trs are buying cheap since Iris capture. Discussing the visit
of 5,000 Annually.
maile up almost entirely of men who
load. Another carloa»l of the prepared
of Mr. Taft to Manila with a represen
Washington, Nov. 11.— Barred from are incapable of passing judgment upon
Another plot to murder the czar has tative of the Associated Press, he said:
O. A. C. Registrar Busy.
road company will put in a switch. the United Slates, Japanese coolies are a subject of such conseipience
‘ ‘ It is my belief that the benefits to
CorvalliB— The registration at Oregon The fruit now has to be hauled about turning to Brazil, where, according to
The senate committee on finance is
the Brazilian Review, they hope to Constituted as follows:
Money is moving West under Secre follow the visit, to the people of the Agricultural college has already reached 200 yards to the nearest sidetrack.
Philippines, will be greater than they 887, not counting the specials in music
gain ready admission. This newspaper, \1 'rich, of Rhode Island; W illiam B.
tary Cortelyou’s threat.
can reckon at the present time.
I am and dairying. This is an unprecedented
Allison, of Iowa; Julius C. Burrows,
published in Rio de J»neiro, say.;:
Apples for President
Native laws and customs make death at present unable to form an opinion, enrollment for this time of the year
‘ ‘ It is reported from Yokohama that of Michigan; Thptua± C. Platt of New
inconvenient for strangers in Egypt.
Freewater— The Freewater Commer
offhand, of the a lvantages, but I am and demonstrates plainly, in the opin
North America and Australia, being York; Henry 0. llapsbrough, of North
The ion of those informed, that the regis ra cial club will send a fine box of apples practically closed to the Japanese im Dakota; Boies Pemt>»e, cf Pennsylva
An Oklahoma hank cashier is miss confident that it has done good.
v ic e at
ing, also $50,000 of the institution’s Inaugural ion of the assembly has gone tion w ill easily reach 1,000 or 1,100 be
migrants, Japan will now turn its at nia; Eugene Hale», o i Maine; John W.
a long way to cement the friendship of fore the close of the school year. Ev- have been donated by I). C. Conrad, tention to Brazil, as a point toward Daniel, of V irgin ia; Hernando D.
the Philippines with the people of the ertyhing is moving along smoothly at whose Spokane Beauty variety took which its surplus population shall be Monev, of Mississippi; Joseph W. Bail
An extra session of the legislature is
United Htutes. It is the fulfillment of the college and President Kerr is giving the prize at the Walla Walla fair, and directed, anil that negotiations will be ey. of Texas; James'1 P. Taliaferro, of
oertain in California to relieve Sail
a solemn promis -, which many expect complete satisfaction as head of this caused much favorable comment. They openeil with the Brazilian government Florida.
w ill be sent to Washington, D. C., in a
ed would not be fulfilled. The secre great institution.
forthwith to arrange for the landing of
The house committee is composed of
New York bank statement shows a tary of war did not bring independence
5,000 Japanese in that republic every the following members:
depleted reserve bn'. Imfports of gold for many people in his pocket, but he
Linn Apples to Cuba.
year. From Milan also comes an an Fowler, of New Jersey: George W.
Ccm peting Beet Harvest.
w ill replenish it.
brought the means of attaining it. He
Albany— A box of the best apples
nouncement to the rffect that the Jap Prince, of Illinois; W ill Liam A. Cal-
La Grande— Superintendent Sebbe- anese government has proposed to the lerhead, of K a 1 sir»;- Llewellyn Powers,
The F ili exhibiteil at the recent Linn county ap
Secretary Taft’s carriage was hauled told us how we can get it.
Italian ambassador at Tokio that the of Maine; Henry McMorran, of Michi
through the streets of Manila by en pinos are thankful for the information, ple fair lias left this city for Cuba,
at the C
the beet harvest is
and pleased at what the secretary has where it w ill be enjoyed by the officers pany, , reports
, Navigazione Get erale Itali na shall gan; Capell L. AV*eems, of Ohio; Elijah
done, especially in the interests of ed of the Eleventh United States infantry. now about one-half completed.
With undertake the transport of these enri- B. Lewis, of Georgia; Arsene P. Pujo,
Records show that nearly two-thirds ucation and agriculture.”
It was pent by County Commissioner T. reasonable conditions there will be no j gnu t ami for that p.rrpose shall estab- of Louisana; t’arter Glass, ol Virginia;
of the billion ic plague cases at San
J. Butler to his son, Clifton M. Butler, trouble in finishing the work in Grand lish a new steamship serv'ce from Yo Oscar W .G illsp e, of Texas; Olte M.
Francisco have proven fatal.
Indiiations seem to kohama to Genoa.
E X C A V A TIO N O F H ERC U LAN EU M who is a second lieutenant in the Elev Ronde valley.
From Genoa to James, of Kentucky; George S. Legare,
enth infantry, now serving in Cuba. confirm earlier estimates as to the out- Brazil, as is well known, the Naviga of South Carolina; George I). Mc
The wood trust at Ta- oma has ap
parently busted, as there has been a Money Will Be Appropriated to Carry Lieutenant Butler was appointed to the put this year, which is placed at 20,- zione Generale aitea 'y runs a »lirect Creary, of Pennsylvania; Joseph H.
United Ftaets military academy at West 000 tons.
line. There is said to be no doubt that Know land, of California; George E.
big drop in prices and first class cord-
On the Work
the Italian company will establish the Waldo, of New A’ » rk; F.veris A. Hayes,
Point from this city and graduated in
wood now sells at $2.75 per cord.
Rome, Nov. 12.— The proposal to
W riter .Supplies for Lake
new line, seeing a guarantee for the of Califor ia; John W. Weeks, of
the class of 191)3.
Secretary Tuft has left Manila for continue the work of excavation as
Klamath Falls— Lake county people transport of 5,000 third-class passen Massachusetts.
ger« from Yokohama to Genoa every
B -gin Seeding at Athena
Herculaneum has become so popular at
New York hankers say they are send a result of the efforts made by diaries
YEAR'S W ORK L O S T .
Athei a— 9ee»ling in this section has and every day teams come into Kla i ear.”
ing money West us last as possible
Wuldsteln, professor of fine aits in begun in earnest since the rain l>cgan. math Falls or go out heavily loaded.
Much of the flour is hauled from the
LADD AIDS DEPO SITO RS.
Survey o f Alaska Boundary Must Be
Forgers of clearing house certificates Kings College, Cambridge, England, Up to that time a great many farmers Merrill m ill. Next year it is expected
at El Paso, Tex., have been caught.
take the matter ai'tively in hand.
Pledges Full Payment to Savings Ac
stioulil not be enough moisture in the
Vancouver, B C., Nov. 12.— Valuable
counts at Poniard
photographs and thousands of dollars’
on another indictment at Los Angeles. struction, upon whom the work actual, wheat. But now they fe«d assured, and
Portland, Nov. 11.— By a pledge from worth of official data galne»! by the in
Lumber Company Shuts Down
A threat to dynamite Great Northern ly ilepemls, lias prepared a bill to lie there w ill lie thousands of acres of land
Pemlleton— The Grand Ronde Lum W. M. Ladd last Saturday, savings de ternational boundary surveyors during
trains In Montana has led to placing of presented to parliament which provhles seeded during the next few weeks. The
for an appropriation of »100,000 for large farmers have from four to six ber com[ any, at Perry, has shut down positors in the faile«l bank of the Title a summer’s working delimiting tlie
guards on many.
One rea- Guarantee A Trust company are guaran Ala«ka line, were lost by the upsetting
the purpose of removing the houses drills running daily, and each drill its plant for several weeks
San Francisco fins appealed to the forming the moilern town of Resina,
rates, teed full payment of their claims, of a canoe in the Bradfielil river. Five
plants from 20 to 26 acres a »lay.
g •vernment for money with which to which is located over Herculaneum and
to amounting to $405.000, an.I the Mar men narrowly e-caped witii their lives.
quam block is to be turneil over to the Officers of tire two governments are now
fight the plague.
an appropriation of »3,000 for the
D 'ggirg Potatoes at Weston
bank as an asset for |»ayment of all »levising means of recovering tlie lost
Keswick, a small California town actual excavation work. This latter
Weston— Potato digging is in active
The Marquam block, property, which, however, may bare
P O R T L A N D M ARKETS
near Redding, has lieen almost com sum does not indude the salaries of piogress in tlie mountain district tribu
Oivne»i by the Oregon company, has been been carried many miles in tlie swift
In the meanwhile a special tary to Weaicn. The acreage is larger
pletely destroyed by fire
Wheat— Club, 86c; bluestem, 88c bel>l as security for a debt to La»ld A current. J. M.v Bates, Canadian bound
commission under the presidency of than that of any previous year an»l the
Tilton of $607,000, by assignment to ary surveyor, arrived here with the
pl'lie national convention of the W .
valley, 86c; red, 84c.
C. T U. ia enthusiastic over the pro Naples, has undertaken preliminary yield is gixxl, averaging about 100 sacks I Oa's— N’»>. 1 white. $29.50; gray, Ladd A Tilton of the stock of that com news on the steamer Princess May.
to the acre, which is considered excep
pany as collateral.
fjrd»l A Tilton,
hibition g H in s in the South.
‘ ‘ If the photographic negatives we
studies for the commencement o( the tionally g o » »»1 f»»r unirrlgntcd ground. *29.50.
| Barley— Feed, $28 50 per ton; brew- therefore, are not to be preferred cred lost can Dot be reentered,” said Bates,
Advices from Unataskn say a peak work.
B. F. Bark low and Henry Ransen, the
“ tlie entire survey of the Iscott river
800 feet above the sea has disappi-aied.
P ofessor Wahistein is about to bring largest glowers on the mountain, will i ing. 4A0; rolle»! $30(5)31.
By the terms of the ple.lge, the re section will have to he rep»>ated next
Corn— Whole, $32; craeked, »33.
The peak was raised by a submarine out a large volume showing what has have about 8,00(1 sacks from 80 acres.
Hay— Valley timothy, No. 1, $17@ ceiver is to administer the affairs of (he summer. We struck a submerged tree
earthquake several y<<ars ago and Its lieen done up to the present ami setting M»>st of ihe crops w ill be held for next
18 per ton; Eastern Oregon timothy, bank, and pay off depositors to the full anil the canoe turned sideways and al
disappearance is attributed to the same forth what lie considers necessary to in spring’s market.
»23; clover, »15; cheat, »15; grain measure of the assets, and if, in two most split in two. I became entangled
sure the completion of the work. He
years, gatings depositors shall not have in a line and was swept urnler water.
. hav. »15(316; alfalfa, $14.
Lumber Mills Shut Down.
Taft has decided to complete his tour
I Butter— Fancy creamery, 27ls @,32l1lc received all their money, Mr. Ladd wil! Three others shared the same adven
cording to mivlern methods the excava
Pendleton— Many lumber mills in per pound.
of the world as originally planned.
make good the »leficiency.
The word ture. Iat< r we were rescued, but not
tion of Herculaneum w ill call for an Eastern Oregon are el<*ing down on ac
| Y ea'— 75 to 125 pnttmls, 7 l„(38c; ing of Mr. Lailil's offer makes no men a vestige of our f.».»ds remained.
expen litnre of » 200 . 000 .
count of the money stringency. The 125 to 150 pounds, 7c; 150 to 200 tion of interest on the »leposits during
obtained grupling irons anil a water
w ill continue in payment (or crops.
Meachnm Lumber company shut down pounds, 6(5 6b,c.
the two years.
telescope at Juneau, but never got a
State Has Wartime Claim.
ami 40 men are out of work. Several | Pork— Block, 75 to 150 pounds, 7@
One of the Vanderbilts has offered
sight of the outfit.”
Atlanta, lit . , Nov. 12.— The claim small mills in l nlon and Baker coun 7 'jC ; packers, 6 l8'37o.
Lives W,,h Gold Leaf in Skull
the Y . M. C. A . of Newport, R. 1.,
of the state of Georgia against the Fed ties are closed. The largest mill shut I Poultry— Average oi l hen*, 10c per
Baltimore, Nov. 11.— Richer»! Swan-
Ex*ra Session Probable.
eral government fot the use and occu down was the Oregon Lumber m ill at pound; mixe»l chickens, 9(5tl(V; spring ger, who was unconscious for 11 days
Stn Francisco, Nov. 12.— Govet
The United States District court at pation of tlie Western and Atlantic South Baker. This employe»! 200 men. chickens, 10c; ol.l rooster«, 8c: dressed from a depressed fracture of the skull,
I Gilett arrived in this city yester
Loa Angeles has imposed s fine of railway immedia ely after the C ivil Many Blue Mountain mills are closed,
chickens, 12(a)13c; turkeys, live, 17e; cause»! by a tree falling upon him, is ; afternoon, and aftet a sh >rt confer«
|S30,OtK) on the Santa le railroad for war, aggregating »600,756, will be he Umatilla county mills arc still ritn-
giese, live, 10c; ducks, 13(913 >8e;
i here with bankets ami
pressed at the appruaehing session of ning.
open tion a* a result of which he will
p geons, 4!(«11 50; squabs, $2(3)3.
j stated that bis decision regarding
A numlier of small banks at various
Eggs— Fresh ranch, candled, 35(3) cariy a quantity of gol.l leaf in his i extra session of the legislature will
Albany Gets New Industry.
bo presented by Senator Clay and Rep
head. The surgeons at Maryland Uni given before the end of the prei
37 igc per dozen.
places in the Southwest haye failed.
The c aim is
Albany— Albany is to have a furni
Fruit*— Apples, 75c(3'»2 per box; versity hospital font d a part of the week. The extra session, if tailed
Three large factories at Bridgeport, baaed on the use and occupation by the ture factory and the deserted buildings
brain covering anil a part of the brain all, will, accoriling to the govern
Conn., have dosed on account of money United States army officers of the of the old organ and carriage faitorv in peaches, $1 per crate; pears, $!@1 25
itself adhered to the enrampter. The
statement, be ralle»! next week ami
state's mild from May 11, 1863, to the southeastern part of the city are to
quinces, 50c@ »l per box; cranberries, brain covering ami the gray matter call will provide for an amendment
Four European countries have mt«ed
were separated and the gold leaf was the c «!e making it possible to i
»9.50(5)10 per barrel.
bany Furniture Manufacturing company
the discount rate to atop gold exports
Vegetable«— Turnips. $1 25 per sack; placid between the parts.
co ’rt during the continuance of
Texas Probes Mill Trust.
is being formed by John Mcneil, of A l carrot*. »1.25 per sa.-k: beets, $1.25
special legal holidays.
Justin, Tex., Nov. 12 — An anti bany, who owns the factory buiMings; per sack; cabbage, 1(31*41'per pound;
Steals S I,000,000 Jewels
Roosevelt has promised to investigate
trust suit has twen file»l by the attorney J. M. Gilkineon, who recently came to cauliflower, 5i @90e per dozen; celery,
Chicago, Nov. 11.— A dispatch to he
the paper trust and recommend a re
Japanese Stea> Seals.
50c(3»l per dozen; corn, 85c@ »l per Rrc.'rd Herald from Clevelaml, O.,
peal of paper tariff.
Victoria, B. C-, Nov. 1 2 — Advices
court against 120 IVxas m illing com manufacturer of Tacoma.
sack: cucumbers, $1 per sack; onions, savs: Local detectives are searching
fr»<m officiaT Russian «otrrees at Vladi
Estrada Palms, former president of panies alleged to be In conspir i»y in
15<S)20c per dozen; parsley, 20c per for $1.0110,000 worth of jewels *ai»l to
vostok report armeil rai»!s by Japanese
Klamath Opening in s Year.
C a l* , savs American rule is better than lestraint of trail.e The state all» ges
dozen; peppers, 8(S.17e per pound; have been stolen from the wife of a
that Hie defem'anl companies have vio
Klamath Falla— Hiram D. White, pumpkins. 1(5)1 '4c j>er pound; radish Pittsburg milllonaOeon a train between seal (Kiachers on tlie s»*l rook-rite of
independence with anarchy.
the Copper islands.
late.! both the I Situ ami 1003 act« and alhrtting ag»»nt of tlie Indian service, is
The total foreign gold engagement« asks lor penalties against each »lefeml- now at the Klamath reservation en es, 20c per »lozen; spinach, 6c per New York and Pittsburg November 1. of the Russian patrol cruiter Mamljur
In her belt jewel l* g were diamonds, nports that three Japanese sealing
for New York is now close to $36,000,- ant in the sum of $75,000 for the al gage 1 in the last allotment of land*.
tomato s 25<35iV per box.
emerald*, pearls and other ccwtly jew schooners appeared »»ff the seal rooker
lege.! violation of the a»'t of 1809. and The w.uk will occupy perhaps a year.
Onions— »1.75(5)2 per sack.
elry. No questions will be asked and ies and with three-inch guns drove off
The Denver mint is coining gold bnl- »54,350 for violation of the act of 1903. It i* thought the opening of land* for
Potatoes— 75c per hundred, delivered thonsan ‘s of dollars in reward will te the guard, lamied and remained for a
settlement may take place soon after.
lion int» money at the rate of nearly a
Portland; sweet potatoes, 2 l4c per pai»i for the return of the property.
week, killing an»l skinning seals, and
Livet L o tt In Italy.
m illion dollars a »lay.
got away with several thousand skins.
Much Fruit at Milton.
Hopa— 1907, <(59cper pound; oMs,
More D'tasters in Italy.
The first shlp-ment of foregn gold
Milton— The fruit men of thin vicin 4c per pound.
has readied New York. The consign and fl.wxts throughout Italy continue.
Rune, i „ | yi j i o v . n . — storm sae-
Tw o Dead. 3.000 Horrelsz*.
Railroa»! tracks are being carried away ity estimate the fruit crop at 300 cars
ment centaine»! »7,100,000.
Eastern ° r . g n. a»e»age best, c o m p lie d bv torrential rains have
I»|uique, Chile, Nov. 12.— Two livee
in several p'aces, ami reports are befog in the district stout here. In addition lfl(ii.-c per pound.a cording to shrink- again cause.1 thole in several p r t s of
were lo*t in tire file that vi‘ ite«i this
The Oregon commission to the Alas- received of the destruction of house* to this there ba* been an immense age; valley. 20 922c, ae.-or.lirg to fine- Italy and a number of vessels have been
port yesterday and destroy»d a large
ka-Yukon-Pacific exposition lias «elect- ami the »lestroying of »trrtle. Several quantity of fruit shipped by package ness; mohair, choice, 29@30c per wrecked in the Mediterranean and
section of the residential quarters.
ed n site for the state building.
human livee have also l<eeu lost.
P °un" -
Three thouaanJ people are borne lees.
NEWS OF THE WEEK
In a Condensed Form for Our
Biitîi Hou'e and Senate Commit
M EM BE RS C.A.NNOr BE TRUSTED