The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931, March 03, 1905, Image 3

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    NEWS OF THE WEEK
ti n Condensed rorm fur Our
Busy Iliiiidurs,
BAPPENINGS OF TWO CONTINIiNTS
rteatirno of Ilia Lois Important hut
Hot Loss lntoroillnj Evantt
of thn Past Wnok.
Th frwtUiij,' if lli ('litHtHktt Uy
) ramml mi oyster IhiiiIiih lit Ih'mUhi.
KloU lt tkll, llllMlIrt, lllUH VKW
,0MI iIkIIw, himI twhe m iimny weie
mxtli'lwl.
IUIImhjiI HtrlhtM hunt cut fill I'aliinil
mill il I Hiiitliwwituni UumIh from tin
rtwi nl tin' world.
All tHlk nl Hne In Mititl by ImiIIi
Jlu himI HiiwIh, mihI both imiIuii
art piemrlng fr dneli-ive lwltltt.
following mh iiH.nttliiii dir hiiihiihII.
ellln. HiiIhw Idll.ii. Ripley, th Hii.
rler. U Pritimlly III m hi, Nlim III
New York
Tli- tti' UMiunlily n( Wisconsin mi
Nr I tt I'lll iHililliltlliK tlm wloul
gUllt rlrwrHckl'fN HIM I other IINIIKeHrtlH
tiplelvtw.
Tllt)'1llll )ltl;D l 4tt III
'ape May CimiiIIhhiw, tln iiHinty runt
nl 1'h May enmity, N. J , went de
tru'cd liy lliii.
Il seem that tin- tlc'lnlon o( the
North ri'it eoinliili-iliiii will let Ixith
nation down molly, lint li'lllg w de
rlded rtiMrt either y
Tin' work n( iwH'tilnic tb" 'I""' I 'rum
the Virginia imIiii-, in AlnUmn, in pro
eilliiK uliiwly. I'imiI K'"" greatly bin
ler tin' wmk, Tlm (mirth day niter
tlm expliwion Ut UmIIh ImiI Im-oii recov
ered. A KfKRt battle In lHiw-llg I" Man
cuuri'ln.
HnimUir Mitchell mIII ewleawr to
hv In trUI in April.
A Itfr Mtving sUtlirtl In la xn rwtah
lllied mI Nnttif, Alitaka.
llMirol Mill Im nn llf)iMlttit oimll
die lor rnnyiw ( New York.
Tin' Inner! nl (imHil Ihiku J-'rglu
Mill I private (or fr i terrorlM.
Tlw iroiernmettl h Iiim h thor
nlh lnviiliMilim 4 tb Iteef trust.
Klhg AlfuMMt, ol Snl, in to marry
Princ) Vtrtwt ia, nl I'iumIu, ilHHRlilnr
A Kalwr WIIIwImi.
Japan Iiaii h ntnrnK rbl I' tic IhiIIhh
i-jrati nwsltlitg the arrival of Ihe IIu.
Un Ikilllc iHwtilniii.
KmIIMIII Mill I'Xtl'llll til iHltlKAtloll
i t)m KUn.Uni Oil tit nil tlin tnmtn
hih) mIiit iitntiw udHr nll.
Tmh tritiHHiHM Hint tmi ihiiwi wii
nrtiitiily hurt in a wnrk mi tint North
nil I'rtrillr niHir I'luiim, Mont.
Clilni" Junkman lime conlnwiil to
IhuIiii; iimrilrrwl n (inrtunn mul n
I'rfiK-li AttAclm mill inn' utlmr Kiuiipiuii
whili-llicy Mure nttmtitlnK to i-'hh'
ruin Tort Arthur limt AHimt.
Thi ci'mitii him rut I fit I th trwty U
tuntti rttMll nil nntto4w fur tin- ta
nmitlim ol liiH.iltal kIiIm In limn ii(
Mr In mi tlit' (Myimuil ( nil ilulli
nml Uxm liNiuMml (k Hh' ImHi'Mt ul the
IStlHI'
Flri- ilentroywl two ilnrri nmt to
ntiHtllii'tn Hi llontun.
Ulnli Mill hhiihI !t 0,000 nt thn
lAn ninl ('lurk liilr.
Tln. Cixly, WyiunliiK. Uink rohlKim
Imvt' I "-I'll cntiKlit in Utuli.
I'lHiiiKylvniiln, nil mini will hulM n
Urm' ruliiiliiK' I'lnnt In Kiinwm.
All IWuim cnnnl coininliHiliimini took
film hi rminiiiu riillr.mil illrfotiirn.
ItiiNiin Htiiviiriilty nttiiltuit Imvr ili
iiminlil rulorinn nml nuKpriuUHt htiuly.
Tin inil(li'iit )iroinlHcii n tlmroul
liivimtiKnliMi il tlu HtHiHlnnl Oil oom
jmiiy.
Tlirratonlni; li'tti'm mint to tlin rzur
Iiavu cmiriil nmrtiHl Iaw to ih pin
vliilniid At THiunkmvHolo.
IliiMlAn PAVnlry iniln a nilil nrmuul
tint Hunk nml rmr nl tlutJnpuniwt
nriny mul ilmvn in ull mnnll partliH.
The InnlAii npproprliitlon hill, iih n
jiorttil to lliu Himnti', will contain no
jirovUIon lor church ulicooln.
Four iiu'ii with kllh'il aiuI H otlmrM
injuriil hy un tixpliKlliiK liullvr at tlio
I'mvliU'iit CohI roinpuny, Ht. UlAlrM
villi, Ohio.
Tliu Uri'Kn Innil (rinul triiiln nro to
Imi iotunnl until Juno. Attornny
Hfiiiiy nxpoctH morn imllctuu'iitit whi'ii
tint Kriniil Jury n-covunun in April.
Nun hittcmon U iwrlomly III with
tOUHllitlH,
Tho pnwurH Iiavo rulumil to allow
Gmi'co to anntix ('ruto.
A rejiort from Colon nayH tlmt city in
now freo Irom yitllo'w (uvor.
Tlirco minor IlitHHlan ofllclnlH Imvo
txenjntirtluriMl or iiBnatiltiii hy tvrror
lutn. ItiUNinn terrorinlH linv tlircaUniwl
tint livi-H of nearly all ol tho Imperial
(a in liy.
Tho Kovorninvnt lnH J,1Hl contractwl
(or (10,000 toiiH of roal to bo ilolivurwl
at Cavito, I'liiHiipInu IhIiiihIh.
Tim Unllwl HtatcH Cotton Duck cop
oration In 1004 nnulo n Burpltm of
100,085, aftor payliiK IntureHt on
liondu.
MAY LOBE HIO OMOWN.
Onr li Tlirnnlnnnij hy thn Autocracy
of Hl Own liniplrn.
Itorlln. Kl.. ai it. Ih , HlKnlfli'Mit
'"I that ili'uplfn ,n iinuM (mm Ht
lVI.iml.iirK iihoiit llitipiohnhllllyof tlin
rnvlval ol tlm 'mimky Kohnr mm m popu
,,,r I'-kUImIImi iiwi.inhly.Jillplomutl,. clr
'l"" l Horlln iiinUt tlml Hih 1,,1,,,,.
II"H nf (IimimI lliikoMi.iKiiMwlll rnthfr
lm tlm ilfH'l of HtninKi,,K Hih an-
llMTHlle iHlty Ihmi III UtMkl'll ltd llllhl
Hill H Hi lllllll,
HlHlPllll.lltH to tlllH liffci't llHVII llCCII
UmiiIii lllilii thn hi1 21 hniiiH hy iiur-
uin who hih i'Iinhi hoth to thn (Iitiiihii
I'liiiHitiir'H MilvlMim mill to thn Itumlmi
tiirNfHiitMllvM in llnrlln, mul II unulil
huiittliH to tiiit tlinlr vIuwm IlKlitly.
Il l miIiiwh inn , tliln coiiiiwllim
tlml thn KrwiillMK nf roiinnwliiiiM hy
Hih wrtr Hi thin tlimi moiiIiI not hit ciiii.
Hltucil hy tlm Hhiirti.1 hihI rHillcal nln.
inmiU hn viilmitMry iictn. hut hm thn n..
wilt nf futtr limt ntfinr inciiilHirH of tho
linHrlHl fHinlly limy nlmtH tlm futn of
MilKlui, IihnIiiiiihI hy t hi HilmUnlon tlml
tlm inrmriiiU nitmt lm nikonml with.
"" ""l '" ontalml in
"."'". ''.y. I1'," I7l"ll- . l
;'" '''l' IhIIU. i,tir.ly .
A ilitrk hint In rnntuiiiiil In mIiiIh.
lomiitlc
lilfur-
1'iit riHOMin why tlm onr, tlinintli iHtr-
lmi HiriHiiially ini'llniil to ilo mi, will
iiinlur noi'iri'umitmii'iM KrHiitmiyof tho
liinri hir-tiriliiK (imumIh Uyonil
lhm hn oiilllnitl In lliu mmiifiwto of
lim I DifimilNir. Thiwn ihtwiiih nay that
thn Kriunl ilni-nl roti-rli will xtop hlmrt
of nothiiiK to priwru mitocriicy in Uh
lull iHiwi'r, mill that II tin priinint rzur
In not willing to liNik out lor IiIn crown,
n rtwiiry will w to it that thn Infant
rnritvltch In not ilrprlwil of it utiliwi
It In taki'ii from him hy lomt.
I'Ulnly thU mimiN that tint mi'ii who
Iiumi miiriliirixl hy tlii'lr coiiiinuI ami
iinthiln thiiiiKitiiilN of tint workmt'ii nml
niAntN In tlm many yearn ol tlmlr
rill", will nut nhrliik Irom IiiivIiik put
mil of tin way tint ruliir who, It In
ftlMHiidy HHH'rtiil lln-y rtirinic In
ptihlli', whiht tlny liohl hln hick of !
I'Ulnn, IiIn iltwlrtt to placntn hII of tin
furl hum mul IiIh rvlihuit linllik' to
whuI thi mixluruti lllwrl in privatit
iwmti'iii't.
HCSERVES BREAK UP A CROWD.
HuKtlAn Rnvolutlonlttt warn Ulocklni;
Stritatt In Now York.
New York, I'i'Ii. 81. I'lilicn rwwrvwi
wirnt cm ll I out tmilxht to illiKirM n
cniwil mill tn ! ynithlrN with tin
Itttottlun iHVolntliHiary mrty. Kluht
m wctti Hrrnntinl, clmrx'wl witli pflrml.
I UK wltlllHIt H iK'rilllt, CIllllH'tllll! A
crowil himI hiiMinK mi hhIhwIiiI iiiim'I-
lK
Tin trmililit rlHrliil whi'ti two police
mi'ii chiiih iihiii a crwwtl chtHrhiK' ami
HpplnuilinK i h ! h innile hy m of
tlmlr iiiiiiiIht. 'I'Iih ihiIIck wurit iiiimic-
i'tfifnl in iliri-Kruiiii tlm ixMipti, ami
cnllixl for tin rwrvif . It wan miIiI
thnl n rwt tlni w'hn ImiIii whvihI aiiiI
Inter n itrK,Hiit nf mIIiv, who nmiirtiil
in tin rniil, lnmli) tin "tntoincnt that
in unit nf tin mi'ii Mrrwti! wmn "in
llmnmntnry ami ri'Viiliitioiiiiry litcra
turn." 'I'h I nmnV nauiit wan Alhcrt
ArKiuitlnr, ami tlm (xillro found on him
n iulNH'riptlnu lixt (or tin Kiiminn rov
oliithmUtH, wild tn Iihvh Im'kii ImhiihI hy
tin prn-riii1nl ion coinuiittii lor Hiin
h. All lint iiimi Htroftiil hi Id tlmy
whih tMilom ami protttMwl a4uiniit ImiIiik
tkn Into nmtody.
ANOTHER CABLE IN ATLANTIC.
CUrenci) Mackay Announces That
Ulcli Havo Been Mads for Laying.
New York. I'eli. 81. Another Allan
tic cahht In to hi laid ami IiIiIh lor Itn
laying Iiami ulrtxuly hcen innihi. It In
nixi'til the new entile will Imi in nxir
nl Ion during thn coiiiIiik rummer.
Clarence Mackay Httld tmlny that no
new utiH-k wnulil l Iwiued on thin ca
hie, hut that tint cimt Iiiin hvitu met hy
the Miickay cniupmiy, Ihcmuki ol a ilit
ninl to keep tin recurve fund nf the
Cninmiircliil Cuhle coinsiuy intact.
Mr. Mackay added that tint limt re
port of the Mackay company to tliu
KliHriilmlilern would Ihi adopted within
the next fortnight. Tint new cahlu will
cinlMxIy tlm latent ilixcovurieH In thla
hrmich of nliHjtrlclty.
InvottlRAtori Complete Report.
Hacrmnciito, lVh. 81. Aftenlollher
atiiiK (mm 8 o'chnk until nearly mid
night the coiuiuittcn appnlutisl to ill
viwtiKutt' tin) bribery I'linn-wi involving
Ktatii ScnatorH HIiiiiiioiih, French,
Wright ami lliinkerM completed their
report, which will he IIU'II nt tomor
row 'a ineetin ol tlntM'iiatit. While tliu
ineinlKirH ul tho committee would not
Klvo miHwcrH un to whether tlm report
will recommend tlm (ixpulnlou nf the
acouHcd men, Bcmxtor ShnpHon raid:
"The report will recommend that no
tion Ihi taken In the bribery cudm."
Strike Remits In Better Wages.
Wnrcaw, Feb. 81. Tlio cliemlHta' iih
HlHtmitH hero Iihmi ntrnck, deiimndlnt,'
almrtcr liuiira nml ono Irco day each
week, A majority ol tho other Htrikern
havo rcmimcd work, tho only important
branch atlll out bcliiK tho ironworkorH.
Tho Mtrlkn ban rcnulteil in a coiiHidora-
bio Kununil Improvement In tho condi
tlon ol tho men. Thoy havo Bivuml
higher wukch and Bhortur lumm. In
tho tiiniiiiiK tlltitrlctn tho men Hecured
tho llrat IncrcaHo in whkch in 40 years.
Blockadu-Runnor Captured.
Toklo, Fob. 21. Tho navy depart-
inont nnnounccB tlio nolsuro ot tno
HrltiHh Heiiinor BIlvaniM, bound for
VlitdivoHa,k with Canllff coal. Tho
placo wlioro tho sotruro wan mndo la
not Btated.
SEKGIUS IS HILLED
llimliiii (iriiiid Duke the Victim
of a Terrorist llomb,
had i!i;i:n mahkhd I0H MONTHS
Mlsslln wns Packed with Nails, And
Qrnnd Dukn's Body was Torn
Into Frnfjmnnta.
Moh'ow, Feb. IH. Williiu thn wmIIh
of thn far-lauiwl Kremlin palarn, nml
aliiioNt uniliiriienth thn hihtorlcul tower
fruui which Iviiii the Terrlhln watchiil
tint IiciiiIn nf IiIh ciiduiIoh falling buniHith
the axe on thn famed I ted Kiptare, nml
within u nIoiid'h throw ol the rual bell
o( Mot-eow, (irand Dukn HerKlUN, iinchi
ami hrothitr-ln-law of Fmpuror Nlcli
olitN, iiiel it terrible ihiith nhortly before
.'I o'cliK'k ycKtorduy udiirnoon.
Thn deed whh coiuiultteil hy it hIiikIo
lerroriiit, who threw beneath tliu car
rhino of the urand ilukitu Iciinh charKiil
with tliu Hiitini hlh power exploNiit
whlcli wroiiKht MinlHtur von I'IuIivo'h
death. Tint mimiilu wan packed with
iikIIn nml frauuientH of Iron, and ll
itxploNiou toro tlm ltnH!rlal victiiu'N
body into KhaHlly fruKinentN, which
utrewiil tint wiow for yurdu around.
Fvery w linlow in tlio ureat lofty fneudo
ol the Kilacu of jiiNticii wan nhattorcil
ami bitH of iron weru einlKildeil deeply
In tint wnllN ot tho nrHeniil, u liiimlreil
yanlN nway.
Tint iiKxaftNlu Ih1oiiki to the liotid
"llnhtliik' Krouji" of tho Hoclaliht Ituvo
lutlnunry party, which linn removed
other prominent oIIIcIiiIn ami Ioiik nlncii
pikHred reiitelicii ol death IIk)II dm lid
Duke HcikIiin. Tho Krnliil duke knew
that hit ntixxl in tho nhadow ol death.
IId wiiii tint recipient ol relented warn-
Iiikn mid cliihorato precnutiomi were
taken to immro his Hilety, but nil the
rewMiri'HH ol tliu ri-cret pillci) mid ml
dlerit proved uuavHiliiii; iihIiimI an at
tempt hIiiionI uxactly iluplientliiK' the
pruceiliirn that cmimil tliu iIiHth of
Mlul-ter von 1'lehve hint July.
ALL IN SUSPENSE.
No Fedora! Appointments In Oregon
Until After Land Fraud Trials.
WanhinKton, Feb. H. "No morn
1'ederHl HpMilntmeutN in OreKun until
after tliu trial."
Thlri iniiicIuhIou wan renchiil laat
nlxht by Si-cretnry Hitchcock, Attorney
(ieueral Mixoly nml l'oiitmHNtur (iemtral
Wynne, and uppliiw toallapHjiitiiientN
uiunlUK under tliu juriixlictiou of tlolr
refiMK-tive deprtmunt. An a matter
of fact, IIiIh iIii'InIou will nffeet only
otnlllcc iipHiintiuuutN, for there In iio
likelihood of VMcauciitN in'curriiiK in
either tint Interior department or the
l)eKirtmeut of Junticu whiht tlm land
(mod cme are ponding. The iliHtrict
nttorneychlp inunt necuMtrily remain in
alM'yanre until the cneeN nro couclttdeil,
there Are no laud olllco viicmicicN prwi
ent or irMKi'tive. uiilvm tho reulhter
mid riculver at Itocehuri,' fhould Ihi din
iiiIiih1, mul Hiifh action In not conteiu
platiil until alter the trial art) over.
So the agreement ol tluwe cabinet oil)
curN really narrow a down to )xito!lico
CAN'T DECIDE THIS SEASON.
Not Enough Time to Reach Vote on
Smoot Case.
WiihlilnKton, Feb. 111. Chairman
IturrowN Iiiin ciilled a meeting of the
fcuati) coiuinlttee on privileeH and
election!, to Ik held on Saturtlay, tn
coiiNlder the arumentd ol coutifel In
the Kuioot InveHtlu'iitlon mid determine
on home courne of action. There Iiiih
Ihuii no iiieotiiiK f tliu committee
hIiici the hiHirlnpi weru cloneil, and no
coiiHiiltatiou of lueinlxirM to (IIk'unii
whether it in iKienihle to divide the care
nt thin twtiion ol coiiKruriN. In view ot
the limited time that rumaiiiN of tho
present nwlon, tin d!iiiltlon In to
)NintMiiie action until the next feimion.
There are no inaiiy polntn involved in
tliu iIIhcuhhIou that it la cHtimuted that
it week or more wnuld Ihi reiiulreil in
the Kiiiato to bring the cann to a vote.
Wide Differs with Liberals.
Kt. Futeriibur!, Feb. 18. M. Wittc,
accordiiK to tliu latent rcjiort, ban re
bI(iicI bin ponltlon as president of the
commltteu of iiiiuiHterB on nccount of
illffereiiceH with Minintcr of Ariculturo
Yernioloff over tho conduct ot tho pro
ccciliii)') of that Ixxly. M. Yermoloff
Ih prolmhly tliu inont lilajrul of Km
jierur Nlcholaa' miniiitern, enjoyinj
now, ncconlliiK tn tliu ntory, tliu com
pletu favor of the emperor. IIu openly
adovciiteH NUiumnntnK n emuky Bobor.
The report In not coutlrinablo at thin
time.
All May Again Quit Work.
8t. PoterdburK', Fob. IS. -Tho report
Ih circulated hero with ureal pondiiteiico
that u renownl ol tliu senurnlBtrlk'-'wlll
bo dccliinil in St. Potorsbun: in tho
rou raw ol Friday. Tho only ttenlcnco so
Inr which could bo cited in favor of
bucIi action on tho part ol tho nrlko
leiulera Ih that tho umvlllliiLTiU'HS ot tho
oinployora to inako coiutbhIouh poiulln
tho govormuental lUhltrauontllscutiHlon
Iiiih created rcat ilifmntlHlaction aiuonj,'
tho radical (dement ot workora.
Close Blockado of Vladivostok.
Now York, Fob. 18. lteporta re
colvcil, cablcH tho St. PoterHlmrK cor
rvHpontlont of tho Herald, Indicate, that
Vladivostok ia lioluir olosoly blockaded
by Admiral Urlu'u Hoot.
TO BE SHOWN 'AT EXPOSITION.
History or Declaration of Indopond
once, with Portraits of Signers,
WiiHliltiKtoii, I'oh. 20. Oenoral Wil
liam If. Michael, chief clerk ot tlio
Htato department, by ordor of 'oiiknhhi
Iiiin puhllnhc'd n book h'vIiik mi IIIiih
trnted hlntory of the declaration of in
dependence, with tho biographic mid
portrailM of tho Dinner and tho eccrc
tary of ooiiKrewi. Thn advance coplen
of tli Ih work havu been rciclvcd nt tho
department. Tint llltnitrntlouN iucludo
not only photoKrapliH of tho (amoiiH
nlitto paper in ltd jirwent decayed con
dition, but iiIko a number of photo
KrapliH taken when tho il(xuiii'ut whh
in it better Htuto of priwervatlon.
The volume wax prepared primarily
an un aid to thomi in charge, of tho ex
hibit of tho department of State nt ex
ponltioiiH in oxplniniiiK that part of the
exhibit relating to tho declaration ol
Independence. Tho per I on ol portrait
ol tint idKnerH In complete mid there in
an iuteroritiiiK lav rtimllo ot tho broad
nlilo copy of tho declaration Hlgned by
John Hmicock, prwldentof tho congrewi
for and on behalf of tho member of
coiiKre, nttentiil by Clinrlen Tiiomji
hoii, ci-crutnry. Kjeclully interectirig
In the correpondence relating to tie
declaration, which In given. ISccatiHO
of tho hlMorlc value of tliu work of
Colonel Michael, congrorm ordered tho
liook prliiteil an n government publica
tion. SPANIARD FOOLS WITH BOMB.
Tries to Blow Up Mexican Legation,
but Only Wounds Himself.
Pari, Feb. 80. inhabitant of the
Champ Klyceu quarter weru aroum.tl
tonight by a loud exploion, and tho
police, who weru hurriedly Hiimmoneil,
dircovured in front of tliu Mexican lega
tion a man nuvcrely wonuded and lying
amid frngmenU of u Iximh.
Tho man wan taken to a hoNpital and
crof examine. il IIu paid hi name wa
(iarcla and ho won a H pan lard. IIu
nworteil ho had Iwen ruineil by tho
Mexican government and in revenge
threw- a bomb, which, however, ex
ploded too hooii, and he liimmdf was in
jured. The K)licu found a revolver, a
dagger mid Homo anarchlct Kimphlet,
and BeHrch of his lodglnug lel to tho
diwiivery of two bomb identlcul with
that which he ahd exphnhil. (iarcla
ileniiii lieing mi aiiiuchlt. Hi In
wihiihIimI in tho amiH and IiiiikIn.
Prompt action by the police prevent
eil hi being lynched.
The bomb wan flllcd with dynamite,
and the Htouu wall of tliu legation were
Homuwhat damaged.
CROOKED OFFICIALS DROPPED.
Plnchot Discharges Men Involved in
Forost Reserve Frauds.
Wanhington, Feb. 20. I'orwit Stipe r
intemlent Itenjnuiin V. Allen and For
imt KiiervlKor (irant I. Taggart, who a
year ago confuted to having In-en tKil
In the hand ol the lk'iimin-llydu land
ring, nml admitted having madu recom
mendatioiiN In the interet ot thi II rm,
havu Im'cii ilroipl from the govern
uient payroll. Notwithstanding they
udmittfd having been partie to exten
alvu laud fraud, thet-e two olllcial
wero retaintil in olhce, but when tliu
forestry rurvlci wan transferred to the
Agricultural department, Clifford Pln
chot, head of tho Forestry bureau, re
fued to accept them.
Taggart and Allen wero loot in the
chullle, mul, though they made frantic
effort, have been unable to lx ruin
Btuteil. There two men made extensive
investigations in Southern Oregon nnd
recoininendiHl tho creation of vast forest
reserve to Include lands ow mil by lien
boii and Hyde. Their efforts in Oregon
Jailed.
Mora Money for Pneumatic Tubes.
Washington, Feb. 20. Tho jwstolllcu
appropriation bill was reported to the
senate today. The principal amend
intuit was introduced by Senator Font
ker for tho extension of the pneumatic
tulnj service. It provide for an In
crease of tho appropriation available
under thi bill from $000,000 to $800,
000, mid limit tho total oxHnditurcfl,
Including existing contract, to 1,500,
000. It provide further that all con
tract for service shall bu based on com-iH-tltlvi
bidding, and not exceed terms
ot ten year.
More Siege Guns.
Moutouran, Feb. 80. There is no
ticeable reinforcement to the Japanese
siege artillery. The Japanese lire now
exceed that of tho Huslsau in inten
sity, nnd Poutlloff ( Umo Truce) Hill is
constantly Ixnuharded. Two nuw Jap
anese batterlen nro lieing erected eat of
thu Itussian center. Japanese cavalry
ruroly la seen with the main army ot
late, and It ia Ivelieved that brunch luia
been ruleiwed for service on Mongolia.
Philippine Quarantine Not Needed
Washington, Feb. 20. Tho bureau of
Insular affair is in receipt of a com
munication from thu chief quarantine,
olllcer for thu Philippine islands, say
ing that, owing to the favorable sani
tury reports which havo Ihhi received,
It i mi longer necessary for inter island
transports, which carry na u part ot
tlmlr personnol army medical olllcers,
to jirocuro bills of health at porta ot de
parture, or to await quarantine inspec
tion nt porta of arrival.
Doubles Cost of New Building.
Washington, Feb. 20. Senator Fos
tor today Introduced nmendmenta to
tho public building bill increasing tho
limit ol cost of tho Taeoma nnd Spokane
public building from HOO.OOO to
800,000, Ho also offutcd an amend
ment to tho sundry civil bill unpronrl
at 1 tig 1100,000 for tho improvomunt ot
tuo "Hlnlor national park.
WHEfMa
An r.ircctUsTriiiitfh Onuril.
Ono of (lie Krentest trouble, with
(he Iiok In that ho In ho IrrcprcuNlbly
IioitkIhIi. When vou feed blm, hf ap
parently feeU It hi Inherent duty to
crowd every other hog an far nnu
forcefully away from tho feed no po
Hlble. When fed k-aIii on tho open
lloor. In. InknN II nnon lilllinclf to COVCf
Li iiiiicIi na Iio can, to keep iionIwc and
r . .. .... .n 1.1m nuftl
piiMiiiig iiih renown, oiiun i "" "
Ionn of food, Hlnco moro or lens Is
w-MNted by III rudo "table inanncrH."
When fed Mop In the troinrh, tho bllf
KONt Uog will Invariably work hi way
through or over tho Jam, and K?t bis
carcnas Into tho trough, where he com
placently stolid lengtliwlne, and If not
MutlRtW with UiaL lay hlmnclf down,
Rulplnj In hi own and tho smaller
one Hliare until too full even to grunt,
when he will stretch out for a snooro
If tlin trough Is big enough.
To nvold the waste of feed, and to
glre all nn wpial chance to secure
their Hliare, I have a number of
schemes and devices, but I consider
tho one shown In the Illustration to be
as good as, If not better than, any.
Then, too, It Is so simple tliat any
farmer with a hammer and saw, and
such loose pieces as may bo found In
almost any scrap pile, can build a sub
stantial affair that will suit
Tho first requisite Is a good-sized,
well-constructed trough, built prefer
ably In V-shape, a shown by "a." Tho
width of tho side boards will depend
upon the size of the bogs to be fed. A
small trough, with six-Inch sldo
boards, may be uied for the wee pigs,
nnd twelve or slxteen-luch stuff for the
large shotcs and breeding sows. The
size of plccen "c" and "d" should de
pend upon the weight of the animals
and the strain likely to coiuo on the
frame. For hogs of ordinary weight
a piece two by four Inches should be
nsed for the ridge-pole, "c," and pieces
ono by three or two by two Inchea for
tho guard bars, "d." These should be
securely uallcd to tho sldo of the
trough, and If a permanent trough In
the hog house, spiked to the floor to
prevent breaking off. The upright,
"e," firmly spiked to "b,M should be
amply stout to, secure cndwlso rigid
ity. For delivering slop to the trough, a
spout or small trough should be ar
ranged to enter at the end of the feed
trough. With this arrangement, when
the distance between tbo bars has been
properly adjusted to the stze of the
animal, only one can get to the trough
between each space, and all sldewlsc
crowding Is effectually prevented.
Exchange.
Drley Feed for Hones.
Except on the Facltlc coast barley
Is not extensively used as a feed In the
United States, doubtless owing to the
fact that It Is In such demand for
brewing purposes that It Is high tn
price. Wherever It Is grown, however,
It Is frequently nosilble to secure at a
low cost grain which la off color owing
to rain or fog during harvest and
which for this or some other reason Is
unlit for brewing, but valuable as feed.
The barley grown on the I'acltle coast
Is extensively used in the feeding of
horses. Its use for this purpose U old
In other countries. The Arabs fed their
horses ungrouud barley, and It Is used
successfully by the Berbers of north
Africa. In Europe Its value Is gener
ally recognized. Barley may be fed
whole to horses having good teeth and
not required to do severe work. Since
ground barley, llko wheat, forms a
pasty mass when mixed with saliva, It
Is regarded as more satisfactory to
crush than to grind It If for any rea
son It Is considered undesirable to feed
the grain whole.
A Cheap Wood Sled.
My wood sled gave out early In the
winter and I mndo a good substitute
of seme 2-Inch plank. The runners
are 8 feet long and 2x0 Inches square.
They are held with four braces of
the same material, i feet long and fas
tened with spikes and bolts. Stakes
aro set In the front and rear cross
pieces and a draw chain hitched to the
front cross piece. The runners go flat
side down and the ends are rounded to
prevent catching on tho Ice. The sled
can be used with the body or box of a
wagon. It Is a good sled for heavy
work and short hauls. For long hauls.
the runners should be shod. I. A.
Fiske, In Farm and Home.
A Coru School.
The corn school of Indiana Is on In
teresting development In the line of
farm education. It Is organized in
Hamilton County and comprises sev
cnty-flvo boys nil under sixteen years
of age Each boy received four hun
A OOOI) TBOUOH OlMKP.
WOOD BLED.
dred grains of seed corn which they
wero obliged to plant and cultivate
themselves. The boy took such caro
of tho crop that they actually beat tho
experienced fanner In tho vicinity.
Tho corn wn much larger and of a
better quality than ordinary field corn,
although tho seed wn tho same.
Prizes wero awarded to tho boy for
tho best display.
Deep or I.liclit flowing.
The whole matter resolve Itself Into
a question of soil and climate. It a
soil I thin, then It I manifest that It
would bo very foolish to dip tho plow
Into tho raw subsoil and bring It to tho
top, though perhaps Hubsolllng would
Improve matters by helping the drain
ing and allowing tlio root to peno
trate downward more easily. Again,
In the matter of climate; In a dry dis
trict shallow plowing nearly always
gives tlio best result) with a grain
crop, at least. Often the best wheat
has been grown where the aurface
was disked to clean off the rubbish,
and Uio seed drilled In down to the
hard, unmoved soil. The reason of
this Is that In a dry district tho plant
has to depend largely on the ground
moisture, which rise by capillary ac
tion much better through firm soil than
through loose plowed hind. Whern
bare fallowing I practiced on stiff
clays, then the shallow system Is tho
best, for It mean ever so much less
soil to move per acre where there are
repeated plowing, cultivations, etc,
to be done. On the whole, probably
shallow plowing, combined with an oc
casional stirring of the subsoil with n
subsoller attached to the plow, 1 the
best
Stable Bcrapcr nd Fork.
Most of the labor-saving tools about
farm buildings could be readily fash
ioned at home If one Is handy with
tools and has the Inclination to put
Ideas Into effect. One of the best of
the simple tools for the barn Is tbo
combination fork and scraper made In
the following manner: Select an Inch
board five Inches wldo and seven or
eight Inches longer than the width of
the fork used In the stable.
Bevel tho lower edge of the board
for the scraper, then bora boles near
tho lower edge, ono for each tine of
the fork, so that after nslng the fork
to handle the coarse stuff It may bo
counicD acnArzR axd route
Inserted Into the boles In the board
and tho combination used as a scraper.
The artist has added anotiier to tbo
combination, a rake, which Is made by
driving wire spikes luto the top edgo
of the board and filing off the beads.
This can be dono or not as one wish
es, but combined fork and scraper la
certainly a most useful tool. Indian
apolis News.
Notes About Farm "Work.
There are (H4.000 farmers In Texas,
the largest number of all the States
In tho Union. Georgia comes next
with 622.000.
The animal heat must be provided
by feeding the stock liberally, but tho
greater the exposure, the greater the.
loss of animal heat
In tho new farm mechanics depart
ment of the Iowa college, 123 young
men are learning bow to build, man
age and tnko caVe of farm machinery.
Tennessee farmer want the State
to appropriate $5,000 to develop tho
live stock Investigations now In prog
ress, and to extend experiments In
breeding and feeding.
Some Western men claim to have,
obtained good results from feeding thn
common desert cactus to cattle. Thejr
say when chopped up and bolted, or
soaked In water, the sharp and dan
gerous" points become soft. The de
partment of agriculture Is Investigat
ing the matter.
About tho Horse.
Draft horses are lu demand far ex
ceeding tho supply.
Onion Juice Is recommended as a
cure for warts on horses.
When horses are to bo fattened
something depends upon tho breed. A
changed bill of fare will help to hasten
the matter.
A horse has no reasoning power. Tho
answers of the brightest of them aro
dictated by some sign from the master
or trainer.
It la wonderful what fancy price
rich men are willing to pay for horses
that please their fancy. Tho blgheat
prices are paid for race stock, with
the hope that It will be won back
either by the horse Itself or by Us off
spring. Texas Farmer.
Live Stock to the Far North.
Stock raising Is being successfully
carried on In southern Alaska, espe
cially on one or two of the Aleutian
Islands, On Kadlak a Seattle com
pany has established a cattle ranch
and a sheep ranch. No shelter Is pro
vided for the animals tn winter, but
they endure tho cold season much bet
ter than the herds and flocks of Mon
tana and the Dakotas, The company
has about ten thousand sheep and sev
eral hundred cattle on the Island.