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OF THE WEEK
C()iiiloii,s(!iI I'unii fur
HAPPENINGS OF TWO CONTINENTS
A Hniumo of tlio Loss Important but
Nut Lata Iritaroitlmr Event
of tho Past Week.
Soldiers In Warsaw
I ho rxnr has signed n proclamation
for free press nml liberation of pr son.
rrivaio ear lines Imvti refused to
nnswur quistlous linked by tlio Inter,
statu Commerco commission,
(inrinnny Hill tormlunto tho Illnglcy
tariff agreement with tint United
ttlntes, nnd thus ulcnre the way or n
now trade treaty.
Tim rourt timrtlnl case of Commamlor
V. ....... ..I il... II f. . .
tump, in win ui'iimugiou, i iwing re
viewed by (In. Navy department. It
Is understood tlio sentence of tlit court
li it severe reprimand.
Minnesota U now having her turn
wllli land frauds. llnniKjii, Hyde nml
(llovni urimecuiMl with ofllolnlt nml
IiiuiImimiipii of securing Uro tracts of
timber to which they had no right.
II In announced tlmt tlm Willamette
alley Railway company, which pro.
poxes to htill.l nn elcc.rlc Una fiom
J'urllnntl to Kugenc, I to lo a eoncc
tloii fur it now transcontinental road.
MANY NOW DE8EHT.
Army li Lltlln Consldnrod In Tlmo of
Ponce by Americans.
Washington, Oct. III. Major (Jim.
oriil F. U. Aliwworlh, Hid military mo-
rotary, lu his iiiiininl n.i.iri. iii.u.t...
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inucii munition to ilciKirtloiiH from tlio
nrniy, "Thomi who know how tlio can.
tj-oti imino to ho abolished," ho says,
nni not hopeful of It restoration!
thorn In no likelihood of nny nticli In.
cirwiHo In tlio soldiers' pay iin will offset
niu greater inducement ottered In civil
pursuits; tho comforts nml oven luxur-I-
tlmt aro fiirnlNhcil to enlisted men
III our riirvlcn nnt iivmi iwiw frliliu.ul
hy some im being not only extravagant
hut InjurloiiH In their effect on tnoti
whose nnl business In to light nml
march, enuumhorvil with frw eimf,.rf
nml no luxurlixii nml tun dUnliillim
nml liiNtructlon to which tlio soldier In
now subjected nre not llkoly to rts re
tain! In fotnro.
"Our people havo little real Interest
In Mm nrniy In time of ponce, nml from
tlio earliest ilny of tlio republic havo
Ihcii accustomed to look upon It an n
iiioio or lest iiniicccmmrv Institution.
Knilstini'iits In tlio army In tlmo of
pence In not uncommonly rewrite! no
evidence of worthlfssucss on tlio part
of tlio recruit.
'Ml In safe to predict thnljlesorllons
from tlio army will eoiitlnuti ti hum.
cesslvo until (hero shall havo Im-.-ii a
rnuicai-ohaugooi public sentiment to.
wnnl tlio army ami until tlm i!....rt,.r
ahall 001110 to ho regarded an tlm crlm
inal that ho In, to ho otraojr.cd nml
minimi down hn relentlessly nn
other transgressor of tlio Isws."
Russians Free lo Speak, Think,
Write and Meet.
COUNT WITTE IS MIST PREMIER
Manifesto Shows Complete Abdica
tion of Autocratic Power Em
peror Uowt to Inevitable.
UURBT MAIN CAU8E8 DEATH.
Hi. IWiNlmrK illapatchea nay that In
tlt rloiliitt Mlnrn tlio war nIkiuxI tho
inaiilfeto Kmntlnir n couatltiitlou fully
10,000 havo Imi-ii killed ami an many
morn Norlotmly wounded In 0 lendliiK
protlnelnl tow on.
navy In In ureal need of ookIii'
Tho jieoplo of Norway nro to vote on
uuonnrohy or tepulilio,
IWf pnrkera nay (larfleld promised
Immuully from proioiitlou.
China li prepnrlni; to ettahllih a
roiiNtltutlonnl form of noveiniiicnl.
A Newfoundland orulier haa driven
A tiler Ira n trntnuri from tho lUherlea,
Martial law haa ended anarchy In
Odetna after 6,000 havo boon killed
Von HteinberK, (Icrinany'a now am.
batnador to tho Unlte.1 Mate, hat ar
rived at till oal.
Tho rxarlna la leaving Ituiila for
'Oermauy until tho prreut turmoil liao
iaNol, on account of her health.
Tho now battleohlp Ithodo Ilaml la
tho awlftial lu tho American navy.
Jlcr l)eat tlmo In I0..13 mllra nn hour.
Flvo of tho ovni counta In tho Ural
to aialml tho Irotpiola theater nro
hold to I K'xxl hy tho United Ntateo
Many Famlllea Made Homeless and
Much Property Destroyed.
CIiIcako, Oct. 31. Three Uvea were
lost, property valued at $160,000 was
dentroyeil, KHrea of fnmlllea wero miido
homeleM and freight tralllc on tho
Nickel I'lntn railroad wna dolnvl ;r
wtvral houra as tho result of tho
hreakliiif of n water main at Kluhtenntii
and Ulark street toilay.
Tho fatalities resulteil Indirectly
from tho litimtltiK of tho wnter pipe,
which iiwxii.Mi me immeointo nellilxir
liol for Novcrnl blocks, datnauliiK n
number of ImsIneM houses. Two ol
tho iwrsons who lost their Uvea wero
overcome by im In tho Illinois tunnel
nt KlKhteontli slreel and Armoor avo-
nuo, will! attemptljiB to nscednln if
tho flood had damsKrd tho property of
win company. in- oilier ilealli uai
tho result of a shook to an invalid, who
nwoKii and lound Jiur room HootlM with
Bo great was the force of tho water
that all tho business houses and honieo
on Clark street from Blxteonth to
Twentieth street, and those on La Halle
streot wero Hooded. Tho tracks of the
Uko and Michigan Bouthern railway,
Mweon Beventh and KlKhteonth
streets wero undermined, and tho
foundation cavel In. Bovcral frcluht
cars wero overturned nml their contents
Bt. Petersburg, Oct. 31. "I ntn sure
tho American people, who understand
what froodofn lu, and Iho American
press, which voices tho wishes of tho
people, will rejoice with tho friendly
Hurslan tuition at this moment, when
tho Ktiswlan people havu received from
his Imperial mulcstr tho t.rninlm.ii nti
tho guarantees of frceilom, and will
Join lu tho hopo that tho itussian
people will wisoly aid In tho realization
of those liberties by co-operating with
tho government for their peaceful In.
troductloii. Only thus will it bo possl.
hlo to secure tho full benefits of tho
freedom conferred ujwn tho people."
Count Wltte, Itussia'n first nremier.
last night aunt tho nlwvo mesNage to
tho American peoplo through the Asso
ciated Press. He had Just arrived at
his residence on Kammenlovrov Pros
pect from Poterhof, where in tho Alex
nmlor palnco tho emjHiror two hours lie
foro had given his final approval to n
"inoiiesio mm 10 n program which will
forever end tho rule of absolutism excr-
cir-oo ny mm and Ills nncestora for 300
A slmplo perusal of tho manifesto
shows how complete is tho emperor's
.iuniiun in iiir nuiocrallc nnwer.
Tho ety stylo of tho document Is clear
ami uirecl and devoid of verbose. vavn
and Iwmbastlc phraseology which here
tofore has characterized liii majesty's
manifestos. It not only betrays the
real authorship, but shows that the
ooiveior has at last Irrevocably bowed
to tho Inevitable. He doea not even
conceal tho fact that tho discontent ami
agitation of his subjects has driven him
io lake tlio step ami nract callv vli..l
everything civil llliorty, tho inviola
hlllty of person nml liberty of con.
science, s)ccch and assembly. He not
only converts tho farcical Imperial dou.
ma, with only consultative power, into
an aosoiuto legislative assembly, with
out tho assent of which no measure
shall become law, and before which nil
governmental authorities must answer,
but promises eventually universal euf-'rage.
Taft Will Not Recommend Money tor
uar or uelilo Canal,
-e ""'''"K1"". Oct. 30. Hecrctnry
rnft, in his estimates this yenr, will
not recommend any appropriation for
umipiouriK jouy work nt th- mouth of '
uiij v-oiumwn rivor, nor will ho ask for
an appropriation to continue tho con
struction of Tho I).illes.Celllo canal
Army engineers who hnvn 1m.. n o,iuu,.,i
of thosicretary's nttltudo aro of tho
opinion that, unless some speclnl lesjlt
Intlon Is enacted making appropriations
lor theno prolects. work will li l.
suspemlwl Iwfoio another river and
harbor hill cnn pass, something that fs
deplored by tho engineers as rnncli nn
u -in no oy tlio people of tho Nortu
esl, if r. Taft Is not discriminating against
tho Columbia rlvor In refusing to ask
fornn appropriation this winter, for he
has decided to recommend nn nm.ro. i.
atious for river ami lir.flmr n.t.
Thoso rlrojects known as contlnnlnJ
contracts will bo cared lor In the nun
dry civil bill without any recommend
ntlon on tho part of the War depart
ment, but, unfortunately for the Co
lumbia river, neither tho bar project
nor the Colllo canal is In this class.
Had Oregon full reiiresentt!nn In
congress this winter, n uood strong itI.
egatlon, it might bo powible, with tho
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TVllM5r??!T"7r!li'y -l.- . -r-il T.t TfftTl
- -" "f7nr--,iTrr
A I.alior-Hnvlnic II" It.
not an easy task for the man
who must do nil of tho work around
tlio farm most of the yenr to handle
somo things nlone, so that if ho Is nt
nil Ingenious ho welcomes the devices
which will enable him to do his work
more easily Hero is a plan for one
man to hamllo grains or any other
unrig wlilcli may be placed In n bag
Is stored In tho minor nnrt nt
aid of tho delegations from Washington ,,lc lmrn ""'I must go to tho main
and Idaho, to bav tli lnr ..r.li floor. Tako a hair of Ktrnne rnnfortnl.
ii seen nag is me nest, nml linve It re
sowed no thnt It will be n trifle smaller
at the top than In nny other part; n
rnado h coutlrnjlnir conlrsrt nml il...r,.l,r
provido means for getting annual ap"
proprlatlons until tho work Is complet
ed. Ilut with only one representative
in aihlngton and no repesentntion In
tho house, whoro abch legislation usu
ally originates, this nccomnllahmimi I.
works on this plnn can not keep tho
house free from vermin and llscnso
no matter how freely ho may iho In
sect powder, and how thoroughly tho
whitewashing Is done twlco n yenr.
Twenty jonra of experience In raising
poultry has taught the writer than no
house outfit to go longer than two
months without being thoroughly
whitewashed In every nook and crev
ice. In certain seasons tho work la
done more frequently. Al-our houses
nre Uullt with scratching shod so it
Is easy to do the whitewashing while
tho hens nro In tho ahed nnd then by
shutting them In the house whitewash
tho scratching sheds. Insect powder
Is, of course, n necessity, hut less of It
will b necessary If the housed aro
kept clean by lime nnd disinfectant.
WITHOUT A HEAD.
HANDICAP TO OVERCOME.
DIQ RANCH CUT UP.
Tho t!irio Oregon representatives In
oongress refuse to resign and there la
no law by whloh their salaries may ho
A eouimltteo of letter carriers of tho
United Butes has presented n memor
ial to tho postmaster gonornt asking
Tho freedom of Finland la restored
by tho uxar's manifesto.
Prosecutor lienej'a brother hns been
Arrested for stealing timber.
Tlio government las cnllrd for bids
for the KUmnlh Irrigation work.
A collision on tho PauauiH railroad
resulted In tho death of one man.
Wltto la conceded to bo tho enly man
wuo van navo lunula ironi nnarohy,
Klru nt PensAcoln, Florida, destroyed
iniro than 1100,000 worth of property.
Charles A. Htllllngs, of Ilooton, has
lieen appointed public printer by tho
Tho bond Of COIIIultillir enulm..irn nn
tho Pnnauin canal Is holding meetings
to decide on tho typo of canal to bo
A board of ofllcors has been npolnt
d to oxnuiluo supplies puruhuscd fur
thoitrmy mild not to bo up to tho
PobledonostHoff, tho ogl ndvlsor of
thocxar, hns rcslgnod. Ho has been
one of tho ntroiiKest dufomlorH of tho
Oormnny claims tho honor of secur
ing freedom for tho Itusshui peoplo.
Tlio knlser says ho ndvlavd tho cxnr to
tako tho stop,
Von Huolow says Germany wants n
trade treuty with tho United Btuteo.
A Kouornl strike Iiiih boon cnlksl In
Ohlnu'n nrniy nindo n good showing
nt tho recent maneuvers.
mrong pressuro la bolng brouglit to
hoar on Mitchell, Wllllnnmon nnd
II orniiwin to Imvo thorn roslgn. Gov
ornor Chuniborlnlii snya ho would nt
onco call it souhil election to 1111 tho
vncnncloa If thoy should glvo wny to
nllow eoino to hold olllco who could nn.
pear on tho lloor of tho houuo mid boh-ntu,
Acting rulillo Prlutor ltlckotts lma
Chehalls County Will Have Additions
Aberdeen, Wash., Oct. 3h Tho ralo
of tho "IllockhouBo" Hmlth ranch, near
Oakvllle, in this county, for f L'5,000,
' "ueniion onco uioro lo tlio activ.
Ity In farm lands In this vlclnllv. It I
an Indication that lumber Is not In lu.
altogether tho ruling passion. Tho sale
of this much follows In tho wake of
several others which havo Ucii re
corded In tho past month or six weeks
iuno as important,
The Hmlth ranch comiulses over 800
acres nml was settled upon as far back
a 1864 by tho man from whom It takes
us name. Hm'th is u quaint character
and prides hlmiolf on tho nloknamo of
"lllock house." This cognomen was
tho result of his having built n block.
Iioiisa on his ranch for protection
U is understood tho ranch is to !,
cut up into small farms and disposed
of to lirst comers. In connection with
tlm salo of big ranches, it Is Important
yi iiiho mat logged-oti lands nro show.
Ing n atendy sale In various parts of tho
county for colonization purposes. It Is
nlso Interesting to the peoplo of this
section io Know tlmt nn Kastorn farmer
linn purchased n largo tract of land nenr
this city for tho raising of Angora gonta.
Croat Increase In Trade.
Washington, Oct. 31. A bulletin is
ued by tho llureau of Btntlstica of tho
Deiiartmont of Commerce nnd Labor
estimated that tho foreign commerco of
tlio United Btntea for tho calendar year
1006 will amount to morn limn ti.nnn .
000. For till) lllllO months urnlm! In
BeptemUir tho imports of mutoriitls for
usu In manufacturing amount to f -122,
000,000, nml tho uxporta of maiiiifno
tures to $ llM.000,000. Manufacturwl
inntcrlals imported in tlio nluo nibnths
pf 1005 woro practically twlco ns groat
lu vnluo ns in 1800.
Hard Fl;ht Required to Secure
proprlatlon for Columbia.
ashlntgon, Oct. 31. In view of
tho attitude assumed by Becretary Taft
and the fact that there will bo no river
and harbor hill this winter, It seems
aosoiiiioiy ceitaln that no npproprla
tlon can lo secured for tho mouth of
the Columbia river at tho coming sea
a on If Oregon has but one repreeenta-
tivo in congress, and, even if tlio other
three placea should bo tilled by new
men, tho chance of securing the much
lenieu appropriation would still be
Array engineers who recognizo the
Importance of pushing work on tho
Columbia river bar, and who have
erery coniiuenco that tlio project now
under way will provide a rh.nnnt ,.
misciiiibK .. a ll .it . . . '
-....k.i iiii-ct nu me immiHllato do-
IIBII.lM rt B...ll...l
" " wtnaima commerce, are
anxious that nn appropriation shall bo
maun una winter. They want at least
1,260,000; unless they get it, they
admit that ork will have to bo sus
pended without securing a 40-foot
depth, and, furthermore, dlscontlnu
anco of work while tho Jetty remains
unfinished means relroLTemiinn .!
waste, which will ultltnntnlv h.,n....
.1... .. , .1 . . ,"v'"TO
jnn ii oi u,o project uoyond tho orig
inal estimate. Tluio engliiecra nro fully
cognizant of tho need of early com.
plation of tha Jetty, they imM ,!,,
necessity of a deep channel across tho
bar lo accommodate rapidly urowlnif
Czar Vacillates Whllo Russian
St. Petersburg, Oct. 30. Whllo the
day passed quietly without bloodshed
In tho Kusslan capital, nnd whllo the
city la outwardly calm, today's dovel-
opments nil indicate that a crisis is
imminent. Although the streets nro
lllod with troops, and reinforcements
nro now pouring in from Finland, tho
government seems uttorlv power! tn
copo with the situation, and many calm
observers seem seriously tobelleve that
win present regime is tottering to Its
Differences havo dovelorwxl li.u.r.
Count Wltto nnd General TrenoiT. and
whllo tho precious moments pass, the
emperor, surrounded by the imperial
family, remains shut up at Peterhoff,
seemingly still hesitating ns to what
course to pursue.
The situation cannot well be exnggor
ated. With the present Indecision of
ino emperor, the government has
neither a head nor a nollrr in mMt it..
crisis, and things seem to be drifting
ln-ir.l i,...ln T-l.- i .. , .
An. : mumts.uj, x us revoinuoniais
openiy declare that tho government has
ceaseu to exist and that nothing re
mains to his majesty except to abdi
cate. With a firm head at the helm,
however, all might quickly bo changed.
Keprrtentativea of tlm Amwvl.i.wi
Press drove through all sections of tho
city today. Troops wero everywhere
In evidence, as if to overawe the peo
ple, but although there were minv m.
uiura ui uioouy collisions, none of them
could be authenticated. There wero
great crowds of workmen in the Indus
trial quarters, but they wero orderly.
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I-AIIOIt SAVI.tO DAO.
light Iron or strong wire hoop la then
sewn around tho top, so that tho bag
I kept open and jet the contents nre
not easily spilled out Two rings nre
placed In the 4ottorn of the bag sev
eral Inches npart and a ring Is allnncd
over the wire or Iron hoop before It is
sewed to the bag. Place n strip of
lumber properly braced over tho too
or tho door nnd to It fasten three puj
leys, the center one fastened so that
it win come down some four Inches
lower than the others. Now fasten oue
rope to the ring In the hoop, run It
through the flrst and the third nullevs
and you have tho raising and lowering
rope. Then fasten a second rope In
the ring at the bottom of tlio bag. the
one farthest nwny, run it through the
second ring nnd then up through the
Hume jiuuey nnu you nave tne con
trivance by which the bog may be
easily dumped. A glance nt tho Illus
tration will show how useful this ap
pliance Is nnd how rvadlly It will work
Ilcform In MIIMnff.
Additional knowledge nnd tho ne
cessity for looking nftcr every detail
In order Ihnt the dairy may txj proflt-
noic, nas resulted In wonderful Im
provements in tho care of cowa nnd
of the millc afterward. Htrlngcnt
health laws of the several cities havo
forced the shiftless man to wako up
or else get out of business. There aro
"till many opportunities for Improve
ment, particularly nlong the lino of
cleanliness of the cowa and of the tn
blcs and milking along more scientific
linen. If the dairyman was half as
clean as tho milkman there would b
iittlo to complain of. The milkman
must, of course, keep his millc on Ice.
hut iiso nn abundance of scalding
water In the washing of bottles nnd
utensils of tin. nnd further purify
them in the sun. I go further nnd
wash the little crates of wood In which
bottles of milk arc carried, using hot
water and scouring soap nnd glvo
these, too, n sun bath. Sec that lco
boxes nro scrubbed with hot wnter
dally, that ttn mllkhouse floor Is also
scrubbed, nnd then thorouchir dried.
Door for a Hou Ifonse.
There Is no good reason why tho
door to the hog house should be mndo
of heavy boards and kept shut nor
why the house should bo without any
door If one will work out this slmplo
plan. Take some strong burlap or an
old fertilizer bag nnd get n few laths."
Plate tho laths nn Inch npart on both
WHERE MUCH MONEY GOES.
xino imiuatrioA ol tho United Btntea
tlm yoAr 1004 shown it grosi product
of lend of 307,000 short tons, vnluod
20,402,000. Tho incroaso In prod
National Production of Lead.
Washington, Oct. 31. Thn Goolog.
leal survey's ronart nn tlm 1.....1 .....1
xliio Imlustrlea of tho United Btntea for
a 1 uml nt
tiou wits marked lu Bauthnrn Min..,i
Southeastern Kntisas, Colorado, Utnli
nnd Iilnho. Tho principal Incronsa n
lu lumens. Tho lend output of tho
Coour il'AIono district of Idaho na glv
on as 108,864 short tons,
Japanoso Lonvlng Manchuria,
Toklo, Oct. 31. Tho evacuation of
Manchuria by thu Jnnanusa In l.-.i,,,.
..! ... '. , . w..B
nutivuiy uimiHi on, nnu troops nro nr
Express Company Robbed.
Helena, Mont., Oct. 31. The con
tents of a .OOO express package sent
from Hamilton, Mont., to New York
are missing, and detectives nro trying
to discover wlint became of Dm mn...,v
The money was shipped by Charles F.
..-..j ,u ,, , M.unrriB t jo. lor III
vestment. Instead of receiving tho eo
curitlea ho had purchased, Kelley wna
dumbfounded to receive n letter stating
that tho contents of tho package, upon
receipt by tho Now York firm, consist
td of uowspapor clippings. Tho seals,
however, woro Intact.
Are Full of Useless Gov
Washington, Oct. SO. In his testi
mony before tho Joint printing commit
tee today. Foreman Ilrntmr. nt m.
Senato folding room, said that there
wore 476.000 uncalled for nubliratlnn.
stored in his department. Atnxl
Smith, who has lieen In the Senato
document room for 30 years, said that
tho supply of documents thorn Inm
quadrupled during his incumbency, but
there nro not too many to meet tho de
J. It. Halve:eon, superintendent of
tho House folding 100m, testified that
there are no fewer than 1.000.000 doc.
umenta stored, including 200,000 bound
volumes of ho Congressional record.
Sergennt-at-Arms Hansdell. of tba son.
ao, stated that tho senato documents
nre stored In nn nhitndoned cat 1mm
nnd that it is almost full.
Derrick for Htncklnir I In v.
Where there is much hay to stack
labor and time may be saved by uslug
a derrick. There are numerous nlans
for building n derrick, but none Is sltn.
ftler or cheaper than this design, which
is tne Invention of n fnrmer, who says:
I have tried to make a drawing of
n derrick that I put up to stnek har
with this yenr. It works so allck that
I am sure It will please anybody. Tho
Iolo Is 10 Inches nt the butt, 6 nt top
nnd 47 feet long. I made n mortise
nt the butt throtich which to nut n
chain to fnsten It to the tree. Twenty.
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nOOB JOB THK 1IOO UOt'BK.
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skies of tho bag (crosswise) and fasten
them to each other, nailing through
the bag. Hera tho edges of the bag;
so they will not ravel, then fasten over
the opening In the door, letting It near
ly touch at tho bottom. The laths will
wolght It sutllcleutly to hold It In place
so that It will keep out cold nnd storm,
yet It will be sufficiently light so thnt
tne nogs can push it with their heads
when they wnnt to get In or out of tho
house. The Illustration showa the plnn
plainly nnd It will work better than
nny door we know of. obviating the
trouble of opening tho door every tlmo
the hogs nro to be let out If desired
the regulntlon board door may bo put
In place, to be closed when dealrcd.
Rlfihta of Bank Stockholders.
Washington, Oot 31. In deciding
the case of J. W. Guthrlo vs. II. I..
Hiirknois, tho Supremo court of tho
uniiod Hintea today hold thnt n stock,
holdor In n National hank Is entitled to
Inspect tho books of tho bank. Tho
case itroso In connection with the Com
nnfrclal National bank of Ogdon, Utah,
.......v.. ....,.,, uniivu unu-uiiii ot uirow any revolutionary government
iiooiocK. no was domed tho right of that may bo Bet up. It ia feared that
inspection. Tlio Sunroiuo cunt of the n n last resort tho czar will ui n,.
Into decidoil in favor of lils contention. knisor'H offer. Should the kalsor un-
dertako to reconquer tho czar's nmi
Datto All No More.
Manila, Oct. 30. Troops under Cap
tain Frank It. McCo. of th Thlr.l -..
nlry, has surprised the Datto All,
head of the Mora Insurgents of the
ISIHIIU Ol .MlllUanaO. Who has Un nn
the war pub for some time p.ist, nnd
killed him, together with his son nod
ton followers. Forty-tliree wounded
Moros were undo prisoners, and many
arnu and a large quantity of nmiuuni.
tlon were captured. Three enlisted
men of the Twenty-second iufnntrv
wore killod and" two wound! during
Germany May Help Nicholas.
Iondon, Oct. 30. Germany has
massed iuu.uuo troops along the Rus
sian froutlor. Tlio kaisor, it is be
lieved, has offered to lntm-v..nn In i;.
sla to restore the autocracy und to over-
uirow nny rovoiutiouarv
...bmlltal climate, ol ll ., ., i ,h ,Z fhll, .lUK . ,n" "", f .K'11" "
German Fleet to the Rescue.
Merlin, Oct. 31 Tho Gorman cruis.
or Lueheck nnd ton torpedo honta put
to sen today from Klol for an unknown
destination, giving riso to 11 rumor
that thoy nro bound for 8t. Petersburg
to bring tho Itusslan empress nnd her
bo thu guoats of Prince and
Henry of Prussia. Nn nmMnl
confirmation of tho report is obtainable
lor him, there would he created a situ
ntion of apiuUtng complications.
Decrease In Pension Roll.
Washington, Oct. 30. The Pension
bureau reports a losa of 2,003 Civil
nnrponsioiiera oy death during Sep.
tember. Tho not decroaae of pension
era was 041, leaving a total of 000,270
on tho pension rolls September SO, '
two feet from that I bored nn Inch
hole, through which to put n pin to
keep legs from slipping. I used
crotches for legs, nnd wired them fast
to the pole. I twisted four No. 12
wires together for cable with which to
Biiuvii ioiu uy guying to tree ns
shown lu cut. 1 cnn tuko a fair-sized
load nt four forkfuls with this rig.
When we got a stack dono wo rope tho
two legs together, hitch n team of
homos to them, ns Illustrated, nnd haul
it over to n new place; It works like it
boom on it mast. If I had not hud tho
tree handy I should havo Bet n 130-foot
pole in the ground -1 or 5 feet, staying
It with n couple of guy cables. I
should fasten butt of polo the snnio ns
n liootu; then I could build stacks
three-quarters of the way round tho
center pole. Wo build our stacks 22
feet square and 23 to 28 feet high,
lly having n pulley at tho legs, aa
shown, tho hay will not rub against
the Btack, but swing clear nnd drop
right In tho mlddlo of tho stack, there
by keeping the center of tho stack
solid, thus making It suio to keen
Use the Whitewash.
A writer In n prominent poultry
journal says that the bouses should bo
whitewashed and cleaned twice n year.
Vy cleanlug It Is assumed ho means
erorythlng removed end thoroughly
renovated. Tho poultrymnn who
ttprujrliiK with llordeaux.
I have been snrnylmr with ti ifmii.i
bordeaux, antenuto of soda, and nrso.
rmte of soda nnd arsenate of lead com.
blned for several yearn with good re
sults. I give one good spraying Just
before the bloom, a Becond Just ns
soon ns most of the bloom has fallen,
a third a week or two later, n tn,ru
about a month later nnd made a Hfth
application last year still a month
later, or tho Inst of July or tho first of
August. For the lust two applications
the bordeaux wni. not used nt full
strength but the lime wus Increased
rather than diminished nnd tho arse
nates about tho same. With n utm,,,.
mixture all tho season, the foliage W
sometimes Injured, especially In wet
weather, and when tho leaves drop
tho fruit quits growing and doea not
tako on tho most beautiful color nor
have the best flavor. Ohio Cor. Amcr.
Curo forliurb Wire Cut.
I had a young horse cut on wire so
badly I decided to shoot him. Mv wir
objected to that und made salvo which
uer raiuer (veterinary surgeon) had
used for twenty-llvo years with unfall.
Ing success. My horse wus cured In
seven weeks without u blemish. This
reclpo has never been allowed before
tho public, but with his consent It Is
herewith Inclosed. Uusaltod lard ono
pint, wood soot ono-half pine, burnt
nlutn two tablespooufuls, turpentlno
one tnblespoonful, carbolic acid eight
drops. From tho simplicity of the n
gredicnts it Is marvelous to note th
resulU.-nA. It. B., la Epltomlst.