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valet. I had to leave the man behind .
the last moment with a ca»e of m n . 1 ^
the reporters did the rest! I beseech yon
do not be afraid of m e!” He spread oat
Big F ire at N ew O rlean s W ip es Out
his hands in comic deprecation. “ I
T h re e B lock s.
had that dangerous disease myself yen,,
N ew O rlea n s, Sept 1 — Fire w hich
ago, I assure y o u ! I do not want to be
avoided in the least.”
brok e out in the cen ter o f the co m -
And for the next half-hour he was most
n ercial d i-trict
a ftern o o n
A LB A N Y B O O S T S FO R LINE.
IM P R O V E M E N T A T U N IV E R SIT Y
certainly not avoided, being undoubtedly
C op yrigh t. 1906. b y J. B. L i p f i u c o t t C o m p a n y .
¿w ept ov er p o rtio n s o f three b lock s,
B dltb M o rg a n W ille tt
the lion of the occasion, the chief center
AU rig h ts reserved.
destroyin g a large num ber o f w h o le
of attraction; and at the end of that
New Instructors, B ook s and A p p a F a vors E xtension o f C orva llis & E ast
sale houses, m anufacturing houses
time— such is the magic influence of that
ratus A dded at E u gene.
i.io of forces, a ready tongue, a ready
nd stores. O rigin a tin g at B rinnville
A lb a n y — A lb a n y has b egu n a sys
smile, and an attractive personality-d
Eugene— The work o f the U n iver
there was not a man in the large, dimly
sity o f O regon during the coin in g year tcm atic e ffo rt to secure the exten sion
glimpses o f brilliantly colored facades,
w orked their w ay north as far as
CH APTER V III.— (Continued.)
lighted room who would not have bee#
w ill be the stron gest in the history o f the C orvallis & E astern railroad
Th*: chauffeur's eyelids flickered. *'Wa- terraces and vivid flower beds, sloping to willing to swear that Del Pino was not
o f the institution, due to the fa c t that
only a capital good fellow but a bora
i loss o f betw een on e and tw o m il-
the w orking tools o f the u n iversity, o f the A lb a n y C om m ercia l C lub las
week the m atter was d iscu ssed and a ion s o f dollars b efore the flam es iar— I think I have heard it before. Is pedestrians, carriages and automobiles. aristocrat with every sign of his birth
books, apparatus, e tc ., have been much
she a tall, slim blonde, with reddish While visible at intervals, near at hand and breeding!
com m ittee was a pp oin ted con sistin ;
bettered du rin g the sum m er. The li
seemingly and yet curiously remote, aloof,
>( 1!. I D asent, D r M H . Ellis. W . J ■vere finally subdued.
A little while after he had been boras
brary has been grea tly strengthened Cuick, F. M . F rench, and Dr. W . H
A t the tim e the alarm was turned
“ Parfaitem ent!” The Count spread out the monument, like a silver arrow, pierced off by two attaches in the direction of tha
by the addition o f $10,000 w orth o f D avis, to c o n fe r with M anager J. P
n, shortly b e fo re 3 o ’clock , the New
embassies, a lithe, middle-aged man was
Occasionally asking his way and al
new books, and much new apparatus
plained. “ and o f un elegance! A h !” he
t’ Brien, o f the S outhern P a cific line-,
admitted at the front door, left his hat
J rlea n s firem en were in the m idst o f
has been ordered for nil departm ents. in an e ffo rt to have him use his in
dropped his voice solemnly, "she has an ways keeping a diligent eye on the lamp-
posts, the foreigner found himself at last in the hall, with a glance at the stacks
The b iologica l laboratory has been a l fluence w ith M r. H arrim an fear the their annual p icnic at a suburban Income o f seventy-five thousand.”
park, and the engines and patrols
down the cloistered aisles of of cards arranged in circular rows oa
m ost com pletely rem odeled and many
responded with a mere handful o f companion. "The prince— does he know Massachusetts avenue, where he began to the table, and, hurrying upstairs, pushed
im provem ents have been made the in
men. It was fully an hour b efore the them, are they connaissances— intimes? look questioningly at the different house his way past the footman, entering th»
the physics laboratory. M any o f the n g the advantages o f this extension
lepartment was in position to make A h !" a light o f inspiration leaped into fronts he was passing and consult the drawing room unannounced.
buildings have been renovated and the
At sight of him there was a general
in yth ing
fight his eyes,— " I have i t ! those were the two card in bis band.
new library building, w hich was w hol
(gainst the fire, and even then the ladles whom you said he was helping into
Stopping before a white exterior of or turning of heads and a cry of “ Sour»,
ly w ith ou t lights, and but scantily
Handicap against it was added to by a cab— H ein?”
nate lines, framed by an Italian garden, vieff! Y'ou here!”
ment. T h e C orvallis & Eastern now
in inadequate supply o f water.
furnished last year, is b ein g com plete
“ Why, M. le Comte,” Gussie looked
The chauffeur saw that there was no be glanced up at the slightly bowed shut
extends 54 m iles east o f A lbany, wel
T h e fire was one o f the m ost spec
ly equipped w ith e le ctric ligh ts and up in the Cascade m ountains. A t th
use in denying it. “ Very likely," he said ters and then, coming to a decision, step around. "T his Is a surprise! We thought
new furniture. H erea fter the general clu b m eeting when this action wa
calmly, inwardly cursing himself for his ped rapidly along the carriage drive and you were in Newport 1”
eans during recent years.
Count Souravieff bowed over her hand.,
reading room s and the stack rooms taken a com m ittee con sistin g o f It.
lifted the ponderous brass knocker.
w ill be k ept open until 9 o ’ clock in the Dasent, II. H. H ew itt and C. H
"I s Mrs. Waring at home?” he asked “ I am only here for the day,” he said.
Souravieff eyed him an instant specu
end liquors were a m on g the buildings
“ I must return to Newport to-night-
Stew art, was nam ed to co n fe r witl
lestroycd. Barrels o f w hisky and latively. “ Then Son Altesse doubtless in due time of the functionary in livery in fact, I am due there this very minute
A num ber o f new instructors have M a jor J. F. Me In doe, o f the Unite
with thunderous knows where Madame Waring Is stay who opened the door, and, receiving an (this impressively).
Y’ ou are responsi
been added, notably a professor o f g e States en gineer corp s, regarding th
roars, which cou ld
be heard for ing," he said. Jumping swiftly to an in answer in the uffirmatlve, followed a sec ble for my not keeping my appointment
ology, a chair that has been vacant im provem ent o f the upper W illam ette
/locks, which sh ook the w alls o f ad evitable conclusion. “ O f course, he pos ond footman iuto a great hall, whose Ah !” he settled down in the chair beside
since the death o f Dr. Condon ; a pro
/oin ing buildings and endangered the sibly even gave the direction to the cab shrouded chandeliers and vast uncovered
Mrs. Waring and dropped his voice to a
Nolan to S u c c e e d Benson.
fessor o f politica l science and assistant
ives o f firem en en gaged in fighting man. G o o d ! That Is what I want to expanse suggested that its hostess was
know,— the name of her hotel— where she only there on the wing for other latitudes. confidential pitch. “ The Fates have been
A storia. — G overn or Chamberlain
professor o f psychology, an assistant
Following his guide up a wide, shallow working against me o f late. I had in
It was not until several hours b a d is staying.”
p rofessor o f education, a new head li announced on the grandstand during
His beaky nocse was intrusively near staircase, he stopped before a curtained tended to be on the docks to greet you
■lapsed that the fire was gotten un
brarian and a number o f instructors in the regatta here that he had appoint
cd G eorge Nolan circuit ju d g e at ler con trol, and even then it con tin the chauffeur's his keen eyes searching door, long enough to have the portiere on your arrival yesterday, hut. alas !-^
departm ents that have been
K lam ath Falls to fill the vacancy ued to burn well into the night.
the other's face. "Tell me,”
repeated drawn back and hear bis name announc your miserable steamship companies over
turned my cart of apples!” He waved
caused by the resignation o f Judgi
eagerly, “ how» am I to see Son Altesse?” ed in muffied tones.
W ork on a new recita tion building Henson. Judge Nolan was a prom i
Sarto’s face was expressionless. “ I can
Before him was unmitigated dimness his white hands. “ Concevez done, when
to relieve the over-crow d ed condition nent barrister here till about twe
D. S cott L ighting and Electrical In - not tell Your Excellency" he was begin at first, out o f which presently a circle I reached there with my permit, you had
o f other buildings is b ein g pushed, and years ago, when he left for Klamath
trum ent Com pany, H eidenheim , L evy ning, when the count broke in impatient o f black dots resolved themselves, sur gone. Even my friend Del Pino had de
it is hoped to have it ready for use f a lls and engaged in the practice oi
rounding a white object— all of this de parted. There was no one to speak to
W eiss, shirt m anufacturers; N oon ly.—
soon a fte r the opening o f the session. law with Richard S. Smith. He was
“ Yes, y e s ! You can tell— you must tell. veloping on nearer view into.Gussie W ar me hut his chauffeur.”
D ietz, w holesale m illinery; K ost
The g ir ls ’ dorm itory has been com city attorney here for tw o years, and C om m ission C om pany, Paul Gelhi & Look you 1" He gesticulated violently ing, a seraphically mundane figure in
“ What 1” exclaimed Gussie at this junc
pleted and furnished.
A number o f presidential elector in 1«'J2. H e was ion s, w holesale liqu or dealers; New with his strong white hands. “ / must are crepe de chine, behind her tea table, with ture. She stared at him with suddenly
new student club houses have been
awakened interest. “ Who did you sax
Jrleans Junk C om pany, Isa dor K eif- the prince this very afternoon. It is a ne half a dozen men around her.
erected during the summer. The work com mission till the time o f his de
“ I hoped you would come in,” she said, was the only person to be seen?"
er & Co., b o o ts and shoes, and T h os. cessity. Tell me where to find him, my
parture for Klamath Falls. Judge
good fellow.” His toue was coaxing In the holding out a hand of welcome to the
o f im provin g the campus is being
H arris & Co., w holesale liqu or deal
Nolan is a dem ocrat.
extreme, and with one hand he rustled newcomer. Then, turning gayly to her cessively. Checked in the full flow of
pushed as rapidly as possible.
something suggestively in his pocket.
little court, “ This is the l ’ rince del Pino, his eloquence, he raised bis eyebrows as
The num ber o f students will prob
Prepare to Pick Prunes.
M AK E PA P E R FRO M C A N E .
The chauffeur smiled enigmatically. He arrived yesterday in America— the very well as his voice, and explained to Gussls !
ably be from a third to a half greater
Roseburg Prunegrow ers o f D ouglas
had been doing some rapid thinking dur latest tiling out, you see. We must make in a tone of mild reproof. “ The man I
than last year. A pplications for ad county are finishing the w ork o f get
the most of him, my friends, for he's only whom I met, madame, was the chauffeur
m ission are com ing to the registrar ting ready to take care o f the com ing N ew Industry on Point o f A risin g in ing the last five minutes.
of my friend Del Pino.”
“ One likes to be obliging,” he said. “ Let here for a few days.”
rapidly, and the number on file is much crop, a grea t many o f the grow ers
Then, conscious that he had the undi
Motioning the honored guest to a chair
larger than usual at this time. The building additional driers, and som e ol
He appeared to reflect a moment, and beside her, she introduced him in h>r vided attention of the room, he went on
L on d on , Sept. 1.— A new industry,
freshman class will number between them w ho have h eretofore used their
“ Eh blenl
hat o f paper m aking, seem s to be then, turning to the other with an engag characteristic, off-hand fashion to the with restored equanimity:
200 and 250 students. The fall session n eigh b ors’ driers to take care o f their
ing smile, “ If M. le comte follows my ad men about him, and resumed her tete-a- from the fellow I acquired the informa
begins Tuesday, Septem ber 22.
crop, are this year erectin g buildings
vice,” he said quietly, "he will be at the tete with the stodgy-looking Senator on tion that his master would be at the Club
Union at the hour of four, so to that
o f their ow n. The heavy heavy frosts V loca l m anufacturer has produced Club Union this afternoon at about four her other side.
Families From the East.
The rest of the room looked at the abominable place I repaired, in order to
in the early sprin g w ill cause the yield /aper from the fiber o f cane m egass o'clock. That is the best I can do.’
Portland One thousand Central Illi to be sligh tly less than that o f last
find out if l>el Pino knew of your where
Souravieff put his hand with impulsive Prince del Pino.
ind b a m b oo, and, a ccord in g to P ro-
nois farm ers are packing up their year, but at the present p rice of
"W hat does Y'our Highness think of abouts.”
presented gratitude into his ix/cket, and then, moved
household goods and preparing to move prunes the grow ers w ill receiv e more
But at this point in his narrative there
our little village?” asked a stout man
som e specim ens o f the paper to the by the counter currents of prudence, drew
to Oregon before next spring. They m oney than they did last year.
savoring unmistakably of the far West. was another unaccountable interruption.
it forth empty.
Trinidad board o f agriculture, the fu
“ Excuse me,” Gussie said, in a curious
have made their arrangements to come
"I am exceedingly obliged to you, Sar “ Plenty of room to turn about In, eh?”
ure o f the new industry is assured
ly strained voice; “ what was the nans
Tile supposed nobleman
out by special trains to Southern O re
is the dem and for fiber is great, and to,” he said warmly, “ and I am indeed
D elegates to Tax C o n g r e s s .
of the man who directed you to the club?
glad to have been able to give you this clously.
gon and w ill settle on the m ilitary road
Salem -G ov ern or Cham berlain has Trinidad, a cco rd in g to the p rofesso r's lift. Here is your hotel. No, do not
“ To turn around in?” he ejaculated, in The Prince del Pino, as far as I know,
grant in Lake and Harney counties.
appointed C. P. Strain, o f U m atilla
This is probably the largest em igration
10,000 tons o f fiber from the canes thank m e; the obligation is on my side, bis precise English. “ After the maelstrom hasn’t any chauffeur.”
c o u n ty ; D. B. S igler, o f Multnomah
Souravieff eyed her with rising dit-
and remember, my man,” — he lowered his o f your New Y'ork, Washington seems to
from one point to n W estern state
grou nd annually.
county, and E. R. Seabrook, o f P ort
Never having heard of th» -
P aper m ade from b a m b oo fiber is voice confidently, " if anything should in me a blessed retreat— in truth a rest- pleasure.
since the days o f the old O regon trail,
land, delegates to the second interna ¿aid to retain its w hiteness and to es duce you to give up your present position cure. Hut it is charming— this place! Waring robbery, he considered this sec
and will bring a particularly desirable
tional con feren ce on state and local
Everywhere fine houses, wide boulevards, ond interruption on the part o f bis host
ape attack on the part o f insects. you must be sure to let me know.”
class o f farmers and residents into
well-dressed men, and as for your far- ess absolutely Inane and in conspicuously
taxation to be held at Toronto, Canada, P rofessor Cartnody produced a cop y
Southern Oregon. Inform ation o f the
That afternoon at four o'clock, while. famed American woman— but— (he made bad taste.
O ctober 6 to 9 inclusive. A llen Foote,
if a paper-m akers' jou rn al, printed on
proposed movement reached the cham
“ Pardon, madame,” he said formally;
o f Colum bus, O hio, is president o f the >apcr made in 1S70, from fib er o f In company with two fair ladies who a bow toward tile figure behind the tea
ber o f com merce this week through a
con feren ce. Its purpose is to study all b a m b oo, w hich sh ow ed n o sign s o f shall he nameless, our friend Ludovic Sar table)— I made her acquaintance five days "but the prince has a chauffeur— a man
letter from Henry I. W alla ce, o f Clay
named Ludovic Sarto, who managed his
phases and problem s in connection yellow in g, and was oth erw ise in a to was sitting tranquilly in the Congres ago, you se e !”
ton, Adams county, Illin ois, w ho asked
sional Limited speeding to Washington, a
Conscious that be was acquitting him motor while we were in the Tyrol.”
w ith taxation.
for additional inform ation regarding
There was a pause, while everyone h
perturbed Russian diplomat paced up and self well, he broke off, little realizing the
the military road grant and said that
the room looked womlerlngly at the pair
down the spacious reading-room of the ordeal Fate had in store for him !
Term inal N ow in O r e g o n .
C O N S T IT U T IO N F O R CH IN A .
over 1,000 fam ilies from Adam s and
Gussie had deserted
the by the tea table, one of whom was lean
Union Club, straining his eyes anxiously
K lam ath Falls.— T h e term inus of
neighboring counties had com pleted all
Senator and was smiling over her shoul ing forward, her eyes unnaturally bright
the C alifornia N orth ea stern railroad Will Be G ranted Nine Y ears H ence, out o f the broad windows with increasing
their arragnements l o com e to O regon is n ow in O re g o n , the term inal poin
Impatience as the minutes passed by and der with covert mischief in her half-clos and dilated, her manner more and mors
A cco rd in g to Edict,
*he I’rinee del Pino did not appear 1
ed eyes. “ You will have to prove an alibi excited.
b ein g C alor, five m iles north o f D or
We have all been reading about you in
"Y'ou saw Ludovic S a rto!” she ejacu
Pekin, Sept. 1.— An edict was issued
T he latter has been the end o l
New Law C o n g e s ts T ra ffic.
the morning Post.”
lated at length. "I really can't belie»»
C H A P T E R IX.
track all sum mer. Freight and pas
today setting forth in detail the stages
Pendleton— A s a result o f the opera -c n g c r service will n ow com e to
She bent forward with the paper in it r
Saturday in New York had been cold
hat will be reached each year in the and blustery ; Sunday in Washington was her hand. “ See, Your Highness! Over
tion o f the 16-hour law, O. R. & N. C alor, w ith but a seven m ile stage
Count Souravieff now began to think
that Gussie Waring was going out of
freigh t trains passing ov er the Blue ride to w ater, w here con n ection is con version o f the form o f governm ent warm with the breath of the tropics. On there— on that column to your right."
Adjusting his monocle, the man she ad
mountains between Pendleton and La m ade with boat. In a few w eeks all in China to the foreig n system and the wide pavements the summer sun fell
Well 1" he said, laughing in a con
Grande are frequently “ tied u p ” at a stagin g will be d on e aw ay with.
assuring the peop le in the nam e o f glitterlngly wherever the black-etched dressed glanced over the sheet with an
strained way and glancing around for
shadow of the long tree arcades gave it air of polite interest.
mountain station when the 16-hour day
he em p eror that a con stitu tion will
“ What can it be?” he exclaimed, even sympathy, “ I can only state that I met
PORTLAN D M ARK ETS.
a chance to fall at all. There was touch
o f the train crew ends. U nder the law
be granted nine years hence. An
o f languor in the still air, a breathless as he realized with instinctive certainty the Prince's chauffeur— or his double-?/
the train cannot be run into n terminal
.■diet issued last year prod u ced a con
coming out o f the steamship docks
W heat Club, 88c per b u s h e l; fo r ty
ness, the masses of greenery hardly mov what lie should find.
on "o v e rtim e ” as form erly.
stitution within a decade.
“ A h ! This sounds alarming!”
And. terday morning. Behold my deposition j
w eek tw o long freight trains were fold , 9 0 c; Tu rkey red, 9 0 c ; fife, 8 8 c;
R ecen tly there has been a form id- ing a leaf, above them a palpitating blue
with apparent amazement, be read aloud : madame!”
ible m ovem en t in the provin ces look
" t i e d u p ” at the end o f their 16-hour bluestem , 9 2 c; va lley, 8 8 c;.
"Special from the Liverpool Daily
There was another pause. ‘ ‘Then the
day at Duncan and five engines w ere
prince was righ t!” remarked Gussi«
coupled together and taken to K am ela
Her face had grown curiounly
O ats No. 1 w hite, $27(u 27.50 ton ; com e to Pekin to inquire in to the the very few loungers iu the comparative
w here coal and water for the engines
m atter have been treated with great ly deserted rooms preferred to sit by the patient who is occupying a private room pale and she shivered a little. “ Yu"
and meals fo r the crews were to be gra y , $ 26 ( 1 / 26 .50.
H ay T im oth y, W illam ette valley, respect by the m em bers o f the grand front windows looking out into shady II in the Queen's Hospital here Is no less she repeated, as If to herself. “ He wa»
hail w hile w a itin g for the 10-hour per
street, down which an occasional saun a person than the Prince Roderigo del right! Oh, think of I t !” — this with I]
iod o f rest betw een the 16-hour days to $14 to n ; W illam ette valley ordinary,
R ecen t affairs in Persia and T u rk ey terer passed in the lightest of summer Pino, whose anticipated trip to America half-frightened gasp— “ that man mint
$ 1 1 ; Eastern O regon, $ 1 6 .5 0 ; m ixed,
was interrupted by the attack of measles have been on board with us all tlx
$ 1 3 ; clover, $ 9 : a lfa lfa , $ 1 1 ; a lfa lfa have been cited by the m em bers o f clothes.
from which he is just recovering. It is tim e!”
the delegation s, w h o declare that
E xtension Nears Com pletion.
As the day wore on the atmosphere be
(T o be continued.)
China should in no w ay be behind the came heavier, the sky veiled in an omin hoped that the distinguished invalid will
Fruits Peaches, 6 0 o/8 5 c b o x ; pears,
W allow a
By Septem ber 5, if the
soon be able to carry out his first plans."
oth er countries.
ous gray opaqueness near the horizon.
presen t rate o f progress is maintained $1(< i 1.50 b o x ; plum s, 75c b o x ; grapes,
So this was the end of the scarlet fever
T o o S tea d y .
“ Going to have a thunder storm," pre
by the O . R. * N. tracklaying crew, 85c(i/$1.50 c r a t e ; b lackberries, $l(iz
scare and Alceste’s well-guarded secret.
S ettlers Ready fo r Rush.
The irate old farm er entered tin
the w histle o f the O. R. & N. construc 1 10
In spite of his precautions, the truth was
W in n ip eg, M an., Sept 1.— In the was standing by one o f the club windows o u t! Something had gone wrong. Some employment office.
tion lo co m otives w ill pierce the long-
Potatoes — $ ld /1 .1 0 per hundred;
'You sent me out a hatch o f far*
p rovin ces o f A lberta and S askatche at about live o'clock. "That's because one bad blundered.
w a itin g silen ce o f the W allow a valley. sw eet potatoes, 3 * ,(i/4 c pound.
wan there will be a great rush for I'm dining at the Country Club to-night
Pulling himself together with a decided hands, didn't y o u ?" he blustered.
T he work o f layin g track on the W al
Melons Cantaloupes, $1(/ i T . 25 per
E n d today. A ll the D ou khobnr land Just my luck.” He groaned. “ It's diffi effort, the chauffeur looked up to find
Y'es, sir,” replied the clerk tneeklij
low a extension is now progressing cra te; w aterm elons, $1.50 per 100
on w hich these foreign ers refused to cult going through an electric storm in seven pairs o f eyes confronting him with
And when I asked you If they wert
tow ard this valley at the rate o f two loose, crated, l4e pound a d d ition a l; ca-
p erform hom estead duties, thousands my automobile.”
varying degrees of interest and cariosity. sw ift w orkers you said they were tit
m iles per day, and the tracklaying sabas, $2.25(1/2.50 dozen.
“ Pocket your pride and take a trolley
o f aeres in extent, w ill be throw n
crew has crossed the W allow a river
V egetables Turnips, 1.50 sack ; car open to settlem ent besides w hich the car," suggested the other man who was It was a difficult situation to carry off. ular engines?”
near Grand Ronde and is now w orking rots, $1.75; parsnips, $ 1 .7 5 ; beets, new pre-em ption law passed at the looking o u t 'These clouds won’t work appealing Irresistibly to the adventurer's
"I think so.”
d ire ctly
tow ard this
The $ 1 .50 ; beans, 5c pound; cabbage, l * 4c last session o f parliam ent g oes in to tip before midnight, anyway, if they do love o f risk, to the actor's instinct for
“ W al, by heck, they must be statloe
a dramatic climax.
main W a llow a river canyon, 16 miles pound; corn, 25(u30c d ozen ; cu cum effect. T h is gives the privilege to at all.“
"This is an equivocal position in which ary engines then.”
He put np an eye-glass. “ There's an
in length, is all that intervenes be bers, 3 0 « /40c b o x ; e g g plant, $1.75 all settlers to enter for a second
“ W hy so ?”
I find m yself! IIow am I to prove an
tw een the end o f the track and this cra te ; lettuce, head, 15c d ozen ; p a rs hom estead. B arricades and chutes other Dip coming along. Eunny how you alibi?" he ejaculated solemnly.
“ Because when they once get out * !
ley, 15c dozen; peas, 6c pou n d; pep
'T h a t is your affair!”
the barn fence they don’t move o
pers. ShilOc pound; radishes. 1 2 V
Throwing his head back, he faced them they hear the dinner horn.
ways of trotting about, but on the other
C om pla in s to R ailroad C om m ission . d oz en ; spinach, 2c pound; squash, 40c
squarely, daringly, his thin lips twitch
A ccu sed o f Park H oldup.
Salem G e o rg e K. B rey, a sh ip per at d ozen ; tom atoes, 7 5c(i/$l cra te ; cel-
ing. “ Yea," he pursued gravely, “ this is
A B rillia n t Idea.
Suver, on the W est Side branch o f the ery. 50oi90c dozen; artichokes, 75c
H elena. M ont , Sept. 1 — A special the same step by the same dancing mas the issue— either this report is false or,”
“ Speaking o f the money questl®'!
See that fellow ! Think he's s
to the Independent from Livingston ter.
Southern P a cific, has en tered a com - J dozen,
his eyes twinkled irresistibly, “ I am my
Frenchman or an Italian?”
rem arked Greening, "w h a t this . ousOJ
plaint w ith the railroad com m ission.
B utter Extras, 31 >,c pound; fancy, says that advices received at the
self. My friends, put it to the vote at
“ A little of both, 1 should say,“ de
needs is an elastic currency.”
There is a spur at that place where 2 7 l* c ; choice, 2 5 c; store, 18c.
clared the other, following his glance.
‘T h e n ," rejoined his w ife, proud
farm ers may load their produce into
E ggs - O regon extras,
2 6 «t2 7 c; diers in the Y ellow ston e National "And a swell, too, from the look o f him pense and exceeding agitation till I hear
her ability to see through a stone
Brey says that a fte r loading. firsts. 24dl 2 5 c; seconds, 22(<z 2 3 c ; thirds park had captured a suspicious look
m g character in the Eire H ole bas n and the cut of his clothes! 1 suppose
It was an audacious move, but the with a hole In it, “ w hy doesn't tbs P*
the cars are le ft on the spur for three 15et 2 0 c; Eastern, 2 4 « /25c.
w hom they had arrested on suspicion he's over here on some 'special mission P " i-hauffeur knew what he was about. In
o r fou r days, where they may lie pil-
M ixed chickens, 13(<f 13 if
eminent print banknotes on sheet nik
The object of their attention meanwhile
o f b ein g con n ected with the holdup
counting the cost, he had not reckoned her?"
fered ea sily.
He does not ask f o r a pou nd; fan cy hens, 14c; roosters. 10c; in the park
was proceeding up Connecticut avenue at
T h e man had con sider
•tation agen t, but m erely less delay in sprin g, 1 6 c; ducks, old, 12c; spring, able m on ey on his person , hut his a leisurely pace, that permitted him to without his hostess.
"Here's my hand!" she said, raising It
T im e to B ark.
p ic k in g up loaded cars.
13rn 1 5 c : geese, old, 8 c ; young, 10c; name o r any oth er facts cou ld not be glance up from time to time at the houses
n gay. swift response to his whim. “ I
H arry— Yes. that pretty heiress i
he passed, many of which sported wooden
turkeys, old, 1 7 (»il8 c; young. 20c.
J u d g e B eraon R esign s.
barricades, wondering inwardly that their put my money on the prince without hesi you started to propose and then
V e a l- E xtra, 8c pound; ordinary, 7
J a p s Quit Plantations.
owners should be burrjing away from this tation. How about you. gentlemen? Re o u t
H enry L. Benson, circu it h /T V jc: heavy, 6c.
member. he's at your mercy.”
For paradise It was,
R io Janeiro, Sept. 1 The Japanese bit of paradise.
ju d g e fo r the F irst ju d icia l d istrict and
H arold— Yes, I backed out of
Pork Fancy, 7c pound; ordinary,
A burst of laughter answered her as
b roth er o f Secreta ry o f S tate Frank 6 c : large, 5c.
window . W hen I got to that part i
stale o f Sao Paulo by the Imperial thrown off iu gray veiling, displaying a ping sealing the verdict.
Benson, has sent his resign ation to
Mutton F ancy, 8 s /9 c.
only earning $9 a week I beard her I
G overn or C ham berlain, to take effe ct
Hops 1907, prim e and ch oice, 4 '■* Im m igration Com pany o f T o k io are sumptuous riot of flsring tints, sgainst
The mock prince had scored another com ing w ith a shotgun.
which the red belfry o f a distant church
S ep tem b er 10.
Judge Benson w ill (</ 5c pound; ohla, l / . / l ^ c ; contracts,
victory, indeed a conquest.
T h ey have been at w ork on the c o f * struck s solemn note.
re tire to p riva te practice, as the rapid j 7 m 8c.
A thousand thanks for your gratify
As he pased on. guided by the lamp-
fee plantations, but apparenlv were j
"M isery loses com pany.” quoted 1
developm ent o f K lam ath county makes
W ool Eastern O regon average best,
not satisfied with the em ploym ent, j
it an a llu rin g field. The F irst d istrict 1 0 t< il6 't c pound, a ccord in g to shrink M any o f them have arrived at R io i streets, the roof-line o f the houses seem ing at his new adherents. "N ow for the moral izer.
“ Yes, I suppose so,” rejoined the
com p rises L ake. K lam ath, Josephine a g e ; valley.
1 5 « il5 H c;
m ohair, Janeiro for the purpose o f securing ed to become more Irregular, sees through explanation : As it happens, the “ certain
and Jackson cou nties.
choice, 18<;U8 ^ c .
green tree-visuu. under which one caught patient in a private room o f the Queen s moral Izer. “ but It doesn 't entertali
em p loym en t as dom estic servants.
hospital is bo leas a person tbaa my com pany agrees hi"
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OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
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