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tor P°*nt«dly replied that Japan art. Ilo had painted battle »cane*
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ca from ‘‘that aightmare of the people. In the Philippine war he
THE DESCHI IKS PUIILISHINU COMPANY.
painted many scenes of American
I*. How AN, EDITOR.
valor and his painting ef the
Entered May 31st, 190?., at Bend, Oregon, as
The government of Japan and wounded American soldier dictat
second H h " matter, under Act of Congre»«
of March 3rd, 1903.
the statesmanship displayed is a ing a letter home, is one of the
Hi i:H< KJPTION KATE»:
marvelous exhibition of high class most striking pictures of military
p er year
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(No subscriptions taken ^>r a shorter term.) ablility. In the Chineso war Ja life. He also painted tho picture
pan defeated her opponent and a of the American charge up San
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coalition of European nations in Juan hill in Cuba. The paiuting
a ori Germany which breught him into greatest
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ferced tho Japanese to quit the prominence w * k his work showing
had English in tho act of shooting
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taken Fort Arthur and held it. In Sepoys from the month of cannons
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times past European nations had during the Sepoy rebellion in In-
J. J. S mith .
acquired seaports in China but dia. The picture is one of terrible
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.Japan was refused the same privi- realism. The Sepoys met death
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lege. .Japan was powerless before in other forms without much feel-
several nations and site did their ing but the mutilation horrified
J ohn D. L akoi . le tt .
bidding and hided her time. She them and the Russian painter did
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sought neutral hut powerful sup- the subject justice.
C. B. D inwiddie .
port against future interference.
Her statesmanship bade her to
The Perry monument which was
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make common cause with England, dedicated to the American admiral
the latter country fearing Russia by the Japanese was a very grace-
E. T. Sr.AvroN.
nn account of her march towards ful compliment from the brown
India, and the manner in which men. Perry appeared with a fleet
•M. H. B ki .L.
Russian spies bad been mapping and introduced himself to the Japs
India in years past. As a part of who then disliked foreigners, and
W. li. M( F a hi . ano .
h*r program, Japan declared for shortly afterward Japan entered
the “ open door” policy which into treatv relations with other
Ham Parks, at onetime one of I
would appeal strongly to a country countries.
the linen . '>pected labor leaders in |
United Himes, which was
the country, (lied at Hing Sing i
noxious lor tr.(de and didn’ t desire
where ho was serving a term for I colonies
In district court this week judg
extortion. Even while under in \
entered and settled down to stay ment was rendered by default in
diriment lie held control of the i
at Port Arthur, whence she had favor of A. M. Dr*ke and against
union of the united iron workers.)
forced Japan out, arid Japan at the minor Foster heirs whose father
It was proved on trial that Parks j
once ordered Russia to give up the once owned the land which now is
frequently took large sums of
town or tight. Russia was as- included in the Bend towsite. '¡'lie
money from employers for prevent
tonished but Japan soon showed suit was brought to cut off the
ing and calling oft strikes, and
her sincerity and war resulted, heirs from repaying lb« amounts
another labor leader who was tried
Japan’s diplomacy, strategy and received far the sale of the land ».rid
with him liually confer*»d that
physical effectiveness is one of the demanding their share of the real
both lie and Parks bad perjured
most marvelous events of human .statu when they become of age.
themselves ut their first trial when I
The heirs made no defence arid a
they bad bulb been convicted (>ut
judgment was granted plaintiff.
had obtained a new trial. Parks I The hold which irrigation is tak
American courts ate very strict in
developed consumption and died mg on the country is weil shown regard to the protection of minors,
in prison. This ended a system of
by the enthusiasm which was ; The helplessness of minors is reoog-
abu.-t. that hndexi ti d o\ er | »hown at an irrigation convention ■ nized and questions concerning
several years and had preyed alike
Even their property frro held open until
upon imp.iniis and unplot m s. | t|,rso years ago sueh a convention they reach majoiity and mature
During the first trial Parks posed could not have been held. A judgment. Decrees of court are
as a martyr ami persuaded union doz, „ j,erBOtl8 POllId not be found frequently reopened at such times.
men that ho was the victim of an in a great agricultural state who
Fire at May Crook.
would attend such a convention.
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Now the subject is one of enthusi
Reports from llay Creek this
Just at present it seems that \V.
astic inteiest everywhere. As we morning are to the effect that the
R. Ilearst is likely to carry the
said a number of months ago, irri store at that place is burning. The
states of Iowa rind Illinois. If he
gation is tho coming revolution in establishment is owned by the B.
does not win he will at least make*
production. Sixty-three per cent S. A L. Co , which own the great
a strong fight. The West will be
of our present exports are agri- sheep ranches in the vicinity and
strong for He. rst and the South
cultural products and agriculture from this stoic very many cheep-
nnd tlie East will give Parker a [
has always been our most bene- men nr* accustomed every spring
large pait of their delegates. The
lieinl occupation. Panics, fraud, to buy their summer supplies for
contest glows mote interesting
injustices liave frequently sprung1 sheep camps. The store hud al-
every day. It is well for the party
ttp in other business line*, but ready received its spring supplies
to light nut its internal battles be
agriculture bus made steady and and was heavily stocked. No eiti-
fore the convention dale, and light
healthy progress and bus often re- mu tea could be obtained as to the
the opposing party the lest of the
deemed the * nation from bank- amount of the loss.
time. Thu interest that is being
shown in the candidates for nomi
Geo. Bates bus taken charge of
nation is a healthful sign of ro- \ The fateful Valu riv«r is again the culinary department of the I).
newed party energy and hope.
(lie theater of a historical struggle. I. dr 1*. Co’s ditch camp.
At its mouth the Japanese vati-
President Elliott, of 1 larvard, ; quished the Chinese lient during
who some time ago lauded the non tho Chinese-Japanese war. The
The largest sum ever paid fora
union men who sold their labor in Japanese have now made its bonks prescription, changed hands in
San Francisco, Aug. BO, 1901.
the open market without joining a a scene of
victory over the Kus--The tran,,-.r involvt,j in coi„ llmi
union, has again delivered an ad sians. Sometime since Jhe Kus
stock $112,500.00 and was paid by
dles* in which he likens the result si:tns disa ■ wed any intention of a party of business men for a spe-
ot tile unions to the associations of making a determined
and at ritie lor Bright’s Disease nnd Dia
employers which are now springing ,l1;U point, and she can now say betes, hitherto incurable diseases.
They commenced the
up over the country. Between ,i,Ht she did not do so. The Val'u
investigation of the spec tic Nov. 1 ">,
these two organized forces strife is a natural barrier and the us*
1IHKL They interviewed scores of
will continually exist. l’ licro mac that cun he made of such barriers the cured it on its merits by putting
be truces but no peace.
is well shown by the grilling which over three dozen cases on the treat
the Boers gave the English while ment and watching them. They
It the I'nited States senate the latter were tr\ing to cross the also got physicians to name chronic,
incurable eases, and administered
Would give the trust question as I'ugela and Modder rivers. That
it with the physicians for judges
much time and attention as it has the Rassiaws have lost a point of Cp to Aug. 25, eighty seven per
given to the Smoot investigation it vantage is clear. Russia need* cent of tho test were either well or
would l>e a much more commend hat to suffer a few more reveries progressing favorbly.
There being but thirteen per rent
and she will have China to con
of failures, the parties w ere satisfied
and closed the transaction, the
A newspaper of N w York bav
proceedings of the
ing stated that in rait' Japaw won
'restebscin. the Russian artist o.m.mittee and the clinical.reports
over Russia M might absorb a great who was lost on board the Bussimi oftl ■' te-t cases were published and
part of Asia and the islands of the battleship Petropavlovsk.which was will be mail' d free upon application.
Pacific including tl e Philippine blown tip in the outer harbor of Address .h.liii J. Fulton Company.
¡-’9 M •: :go#i> ry St. Han Fran-
Island», in reply a J.ipaaeso edr Port \rthur, wssu great lo-s to l isco, i ul. 1
Famous Train s
The Southwest Limited Kansas City
to Chicago, the Overland Limited to
Chicago vilt Omaha, and the Pioneer
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Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Each route oilers numerous attrac
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Chicago, Milwaukee A- St. Paul llail-
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ollice for the mouth ending Feb.
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Parties calling for any of the
above letters will please mention
tin- fact that they are on the adver
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