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IWI).ii.ifcmiHrt,MliW.iiiii f.ii,iiin.i'ii Wwirimitmiiii.vn,,, (
Published Kvcry Saturday by the
Mail Puhmshing Co.
One year, (In advance).... $!-5
Three months 5
a.0J will tnchirjst !i-n not pall in a Win
England and Germany aro In a mall
and despicable business when they innko
actual war on a weak and practically do
Icnaoloes nation, and .destroy Its ycesels
and stop its commerce, In order to col
lect a fow debts. Their actions t nu
exhibition of barbarism, rather than
of civilization. Telegram.
According to tho Springfield, Masr.,
Republican, Mr. J. P. Morgan recently
expressed himself thus: "land o.hers
liko me aro inevitable organisers of the
work of tho world. Our proceeding
will not bo pleasant, but they are mccs
sar. We aro doing what must be done,
and it is oventually for the interest of all
tho people. When tho time comes :hat
tho peoplo resolve to take their own
they will find tho Bystematlsation ready
for them. Wo aro instruments of the
inescapable development of economy in
production, distribution and return.
You may call us socialists for tint is
the ultimate of nil wc are doing the
taking over by the people of tho material
of their life. Somo time, sooner or later,
thoy must do it, I therefore I am
precursor of socialism to that d.-grce."
Real Estate Transfers
DorimickHannas and wf to Grovani 11
.Tramontin. 1- 8 intsrest in lots and
e 3 t 29 and Iota '-'. no-1 of swl a 34, t 23
r 13, 153 67 acres, o 2 of ne4, sir 4 of no!
nw4 of sol, ne4 of se4. lot -1, eel and a 2
ofnw4of nw4swlof nw3, w 2 of swl,
s 33, 1 2?, r 13, 3'.9.50 acres, f 1000.
Dommick IlannaB nnd wf to Chas.
. . I
OlnAiiS nnil TaIiii TIsniisrA 1.1ft fnf
lilkUBCl WUU WVliu 4rubs -v u vt, ,
Dommick Uannas and wf to Louis'
Cola. 1-S int of above described lands.
E S Spurgeon to Alva O Hife picco of
land 10 by 10 rds in 0 1, t 23 r 13 $150.
E S Spurgeon to Emma J Hite Piece
of land in a 1, t 28 r 13. (130.
O T Bender and h to Joseph 6 Miller,
lota 1, 2, 3 and 4, blk 10 Border & Ben
der's Extension of add Myrtle Point
O OPetereon and wf to Elson M Peter,
eon 2 acres in lot 3, a 6, t 23, r 13. (250.
O A I eterson and wf to Chas, McCor
mick. Pleco of land in 4 8 1 2i r 13, (.
E B Bpurgeon to Nelson Lam my 35
acres off w sido of nwl of nol a 10 t 28
r 13 8-03 teres n eaid 10. (600.
Ann E Watklns to R W Airey 60 acres
innw4of nw4 a 25 1 23 r 12 (1.
R Yf Airey and w and Ann E Watkina
to Sophie Mcreen 80 acres in nwl 9! nw4
OhasBtxterto Ed Jacobeon, 1 ncreJ
in lot 4, Hkl, Nosler'a add, Coquille
Walter R Spade to Marie L Brown,
lot 2, Feradale Park. $500.
' L S Simpeen and (wf to Henry Jilill,
Dta 3, 4 and 35 blk 20 Yarrow. (275
Androw O'Connor and wf to J A
Armitago, Iota 0 and 7, blk 0, South
' Isabella Herron'to R B Herron, lots
85 and 30 blk 24, Railroad add' Harsh-
field. U. 't
E S Spur?oon to Win M Hito aiid
Emma J Hite 4 acres In b 25 t 28 r 10.
Adaline 0 Martfn and b, OyrusOhnm.
2 and s, e 3, t 29 and lot 2, ne4 of a4 worm upon a turn 01 mo carus or ttie
Sl,t23rW. 13.57 acres e2 of ne4 sw4fklc bounding of tho rouletto ball, a
ofnolnw-iof sc4 ne4 of sol lot A. s 31. ; "' Policeman, comfortably seated
B2ofnW4ofnw4.w4of nwl w2 of twllln the mlddl of tho room- P''
b 33, 1 23 r 13, 370.50 acree nwl of sel s2 ' 8aard Icst tbo citJ o'dlnanw should bo
of nel lot 1, b 3 n2 of swl, Bw4 of nw 1, brokcn- wa8 tho tf8ht tl,flt Bre1 tho
lot 4, B2 t 20 r 13, 320.99 acres (500. eye ye8terdy uPon enteD? anr of the
Mnrgnrct Klixabetli Chambora and
Sarah .Inuo Chambers to Chambers
estate cec. 21, 23 nvl of a 14, s2 of eel
r 15, s2 of ne4 net of e 15 127 r 13. (1.
G II Merchant and w to Laura A Dolan
lots 7 nud S blk 30 Halload add Marsh
Oil Merchant aud x lo John M Do-
Ian lots 5 and 0, blk 3.) Railroad add
J A Davenport to John JlVart se4 of
sw4 a 35 t 27 r 13 01 acres in swl of h 30
t 27 r 13 H
U S to Asaph II Hindi i2 of nwl e 34
sw4 of su I s 27 ne4 of net s 33 t 20 r 14
Chas A Crnddnck niul w to Vorrn
Sanderson 11100 of ncreo in ; 30 t 2S r
Thillp Walch nrd W to Fred A Krll s
n2 a 14 t : 0 r 12, 320 Acres, J2SS0.
Frank S Wallace to C A lleiloy i2 of
sw4 ne4 of bw4 of nwl s 20 t 52 r 12, 100
Margeret Messcrle aud h to Robert G
W ,'n lc ts 2. 3 and 4, sol of nwl m-4
of bw2 a S lot 0 b 7 t 20 r 12 excepting 31
31-10.1 acres 15550.
ALL GAMES CLOSED
DOWN IN PORTLAND
Policeman Stationed In Every
Gambling House To Enforce
Not a gamblinc device operated in
public fn tho city yesterday afternoon.
Chief of iVlico Mcl.finchlfin stationed n
polico officer at each of the six princi
pal gambling houses of the city, with
strict ordera to see tbat no plar is allow
od. This means that Portland is to be a
closed town in fact and that no games
will be run behind barred doors.
Not a gambler was able to pursue his I
favorite vocation, unless he retire'' to
eome private poker-room. Tired of
hearing his forco abused because it did
not etop tho gambling, and tired of try
ing to convict gamblers before n jury,
tho Chief of Polico has adopted measures
which will, for a tirno, at least, stop all
public cambling. Instead of the crowd
ofeajer gamesters, L-athercd about a
faro or roulette tnhln uaprin" thnir .
. '" -
. . .
Chief 0! Police Md.auchlan wae
quoted Friday as raying that he did not
wish to talk hut to act. The gamblers
are now all willing to agreo that he
has acted In a very different way than
they thought he would. For onco the
cunning ovadero of the law seem to be
completely ba filed and are frank to ad
mit that if the Chief keeps up his pres
ent policy that they will havo to ko out
of the gambling business altogether.
No one ie prepared to eay how long it
will last except the Chief, and he de
clare? that it ia a permanent anange
"My men will slay In tho gambling
houecB as long as the gambling devices
are left there and as scon as they take
them away my men v ill follow. If nn
attempt is made to ubq tho apparatus
some placo else, they will 6tatlon them.
selves there. There is no moro gamb
ling if I can help It."
By those who havo been making tho
fight against gambling this move of the
police is regarded with much favor, and
it is generally expressed that it look
as if gambing is to be (topped. By. the
gamblers it is not regarded with eo much
favor, but they cannot but admit pi tho
strength of tho polico position. They
shako their. , heads sadly and rpmaik
that it looks'aa if they were to bo driven
out of buBineac.
' At the CroroBd.
"Yes, ho vow lynched on hla blrtH
flay." .. ...
"What a coincidence!" Atlanta Cca-
s Fleet at
DEPARTMENT PLEASED AND
CABLES MERRY CHRISTMAS
Anglo-German Joint Partnership Liable to
Be Dissolved Italy Favorable to
From Tuesday's Dally.
Washington, Dec. 15-The Navy De
partment has received Doner's proposed
itinerary for his vessels during tho ho'.i
days. Tho strongest contingent of the
fleet the KearrnMo, Alabama. Mntta-
, ... ,.1 r. ... .
chusettpjown, and tho Gunboat fceori ion
will rendezvous at Trinidad a few daye,
then raill for I.a?tiayra. Tho entire
Ueot is within two days sail of Venezuela.
.r, n , .. i, 1, 1 1 1,1
The Department is highly pleased n ith
Dewey's foresight. Moody
"Carry out pronged holiday itinerary,
London, Dec. IS King Kdward thii
afternoon addressed Parliament in hiw given authority to Minlstor
joint scs'ion. Altera general reviow, Bowenlo settle tho dispute, Tho ofilc
he referred to tl.o Venezuela affairs as 'nls say Itowen has wired ncthing con.
follows: "I regret that owing to con -
constant complaints, my govorntnont
has found It necessary to address Vene-
zuela in regard to unjustiflablq acta
against British subjects and their prop
erty, and that it Anally became ncce
siry to insist upon measures of rcdrass. "
A Cabinet meeting on tho Venezuelan
,...i t. . 1.., 1..1.1 i.t. -., ....
T'.ni "CI" wi.o nucfiiuuii
Important negotiations are proceeding
The v filrl.
'n mine.' be crtcit In lovlnic tan.
The new vtrt Mild: "Say, nay,
liut I'll take you ts b my own.
You H;ir ioy, nume th tiny "
New York Tlmea.
To Stnrt tho Inclnrrnilnn.
Mrs. WVddoiH Von liad l.etUT not
treat Mr. .StvUer ho cavalierly. II has
niniK-y to burn.
Mian I'lypp-Theii I'm hlu raatch.
Xew Vork Life.
lunllr the "Wnjr.
"Did they muke much money at tho
"Yes, Indeed, nnd nil bocnuso the
prices were no unfair." Philadelphia
Oil, tatw'n a fnlr anl ileklq tlilnrr.
TIioukIi still' lu NmUt'H t'jitrnncln?,
Yet tie that mnkcH a llildlu rl:if
liny net u world to danclni;!
Biggs h'ny, can I Mil you it good
Dlgga Don't know. What Ih tho
mutter with tho animal 7 Chicago
Corn For the Silo.
Corn should be put Into tho Mlo when
It Is nlmout ready to cut nnd can be
put In at the time It Ik ripe enough to
cut with pood results. I'onnerly It
wns thouslit beat to cut corn ulicn
rather jrreui for Klle, but Intir pnio
tico lea nn tovnrd the Kingo of rlpciiewi
Jubt before It heKlua to dry out and
the Btallcs become woody.
With sorKhtim we Hhould think that
It hhould also bu well ripened before
beln made Intohlhiire, 11 h nt that no
the miKiir In the Juice Ih fully matured
and tho eced are ni(,t Mtluablu h
feed. Dairy and Creamery.
, It Mny He Ho.
A ralss'lo'iary In London declared re.
cently that In response to an appeal
for articles for uko on an African farm
a mllUIni; Ktool wan 8cnt to him from
England and that one day the negro
farc'i hand returned to the IionVwlth
tlie stool badly battered, declnrlns that
tho cow refused to Bit on ft EvpVpuvi.
between Washington r.nd London,
i which tuny rtr.in the A tiiilo German
joint action, (icimnuy ii biliovrd to
have declined to accept arbitration.
, Igl.tnd u willing hut dislikes to ills
liilvc partnership with Germany. It
' vui rgreof! that they would pet togeth
or until a final rcitleu.ent.
, America it trying to pertuadu ICng
htnd that if eh takes a strong pro-nrht-
I Nation attitude Germany will bo com
' ,v ,v .uuhci-jii. i.u;innii una no; oi
..1) .1 . -.. 1 !.., II
tt idivd to Washington,
Wnkhinston, Dc. IS Tho State Po-
partmtnt is incliual to doubt Castro'n
Hr'natory, hence they dUlcliovo tho
story. Neither Germany ncr Jiugland
havo retdied to tho arbitration proposi-
tion forwarded this morning.
Home, Dec. 18 It ia odlcially an
nounced tolsy that Knuland, Germany
and Italy havo agreed to blockade Vene
zuela if Ca6tro conliuuoa Htttbborn.
,,nIv ,,., ,,,,, ,,,r..,.i. .,.
The Pnrlor Untcli.
lUforrlriK to th iwrlor metoh,
lite .. t thttur, no doubt.
ThU ntny (mi dfi" with tt will bo
TO rniT.ly out It mil.
The "Iwi'lifltn maid" 1 unknown lu
Japan, nil iiuninrrlcd women Ih'Iiii; iIui
iKuated by n word whlrli iikTiiih "houiu
thltiK for which tliciu Ii no Mile."
Follow the Crowds
nnd you will wind up at our ptorr, v. hero ynu can nro er-oro'j of ptolly ami
uufiil artlctcft ruit.ihlii foi ChrhinwH preientH displayed on our counters
100 Dozen Handkerchiefs to Select from
i Mens and Boys' Hats . Cans and Clot
I v Firemen's Ball Christmas night
" " A BOY'SJLOVll.
Tlio )iu)itoniK Tlint .Murk III Flrrt
('oimotiiumn'xN of U'ttiiiiin,
"It Ih deeply nud (ottchlUK'ly iilK'dll'
cant of Hit- tipllflliiK' lullimnoo f wo
man over nmn Unit the Hint hnirl
throb of it buy Ih iilwityn accompanied
by abliitloniiry HyiiiploniM," imyii Doro
thy Dlx lu Alnshv'ii. "TI111 einlh'Hl In
dication that n iiutHCUlliui Croat uro
nlvt'H of hUnooptlbllUy to tho fair mn
i when ho tlrnt voluntarily wiihIkhi ho
hind IiIh tuirn. I'p to that tlttiv his
iiioniluiT ImtU. except upon ooiiipulHlon,
Iiiih only dcHoi'lhoil it niiuill olrclo. tali
lilt: III lilt oyi'H, II Hcnillcllt of lllrt cheeltii
and IiIh chin. A tlioroiiKli nortiliblnx
he Iiiih iTKtirded iih oiid of the tollmen
of tho I111111U4III011, eoiubltu: IiIh luilr he
Iiiik looKed upon tut 11 foollnh wiihIo of
time that liilKht lutio boon Hpent oil
topti nud iiiarbtiMi, while briiNhliiK bin
clullnt ami kIkvh Iiiih neeiiieil 11 con
temptible trtii'l.lliii; to tin' ofTele- oiih
turns of MH-lety Hint Mil tinworthy of
an liiti'llluout litiiiuiii beliic.
"Siulileiil.v nil tliU Ih ilmuiiod. Koine
tiioniltiK tho boy nppi-niH abuoriiiiilly
cKttn. Ho developH n iiiniiln for iK-ent-id
HMip. IIIh fiiiM nro lie.xulid ro
pi'iwi'h. nntl If ho Iiiim tho iniiklim of it
lover lu lit 111 li bcclUM to uiiiuk'urv hlu
nnllH. He b iiH-rt-v'lltk-nl nlMiiit col-Int-H
mid niclillet. HIh faintly my,
'How 'rouiuiy Ih ImpruvliiK" nml hlu
mother i-u;tntiiliitiN ln-rwlf tlntt her
leotuiTM nn bonrlui; fruit nt Innt.
"In rvtilliy It lit. the MiMt iireiuoiiltliin
of Iuv--HKiH'. Innrtloiilnte, lutmiKlblo,
but iiiiiulMtnl.iihle. No limn ever tenl
Iritt IiIh defi-ctn until he mvh them re
llo'led lu feminine e.ieN. Men do not
drow tip for em-li titln-r; but fur woin
hii'm .iniiil.ui ilii-v would Htlll be uolnu
nUiut lu eonifort nud the ntiorlIiuil
blaiikot. The tl Ik lint and dn-HH eimt '
are a daily offerliiK 011 her Mirlne, mid
Tommy'H newly nnnkencil denlre to tlx
tip Ih Hlmply IiIh tlrnt cmiim-'Ioumh-hh of
woiiinii. lie doen not luiilerMuiid Itri .
HMtoiitoitiH-M, nud ho may utill out-1
wnrdly iirn little Klrl. but for him 1
the die Iiiim Ih-i-ii t-nit. The dMiirhliu!
and ooiuh'IIiik Imliieiiceof wumati him
entered Into h. life."
Kiilty tniti bed pullet iiiiilio tho bewt
winter htyi-i . !
(Jne of the limit Iwt.rftulal fowls for '
poultry Ih 1iiwhM iikwI. I
Tho Inylns; Ik-uh like n variety not
only lu the tuft foul, hut In the khiIii.
The Ktilnon fowl In n ;ri-nt forager
nud dentroyH many ItiHeetH that hotm
will not touch.
The hems w III lay bolter and be bettor
coutrtitid If Htipplleil M'lth a box of
line dry enttli for a tliut bath.
The LoKlaniH me popular with thono
who do nut ih ul lu to inlKt chicks, thoy
beliiK iioiuittt-rH and pkmI layetH.
Poultry furmliitf iloerii't take a Kroat
deal of laud, but with cmh1 tiinniiKo-mi-lit
the hariiet cotnoH firry dny.
In nrrnuiitiiK the iktiIm-h in thu poul
try liMiiiic lMie them fnr rnoiiKh nway
from the doors and window to avoid
Kodkeil lime placed In tho drlnkluK
water will often cure heiw of liiyln:
shell-teaN et'M uuletui it U 11 dlmwM of
the i'KK pht-Aaiio, iih Ih Hoiiietlnnrt the
Tin- Iniillnl nnd lb- W'liltr llouir.
'J he Htri-et tin-hliiH of WuahliiKton to
day would hardly know by the nniiieH
nl;;!it-d them on the wrliuil limps the
two chief bulldlUK'i phiiiiud for the
mitlouiil enpltnl. The capital wiih then
the "l.'oiiKiTMN lirniHo" nnd the White
Ilottso tho "Pri-fcldeiit'ii hoiiHe." The
exposure Intended for the front In euih
Firemen's Ball Dec. 25th
I I r
Iare.ii mid beautiful dit. '. .y of nimplu hntulkerchlife In nur Vot
::.::::: : : : :
1'n lut line,
Kid film op,
at Prices that will
liililuiii.'t hr..l itiuco licwitno I'uf pmnllwtl
ptllpoMH the hark. Tho rnpllol wnji
lliudo o fiioo ('nut. but IdiidoiviuiM
ptmlied tip (liolr pi'lcrn ho Unit Urn nlty
crrw 011 tho wchI mid Ih (lu-ro todny.
Tho White lliittmi wiim 111111I0 to fitiM
tho I'oluiiiia' ilvoi' on tlio Miiith, after
tlio I'lflilon of Hi" Vlrtflnlii iiiiiiihIuiin of
Itn dny, lv.t hi thoUKht of by tho Ameri
can peoplo iih liu'lin; IVnimylvnnlit it v
omiio, or toMiud tho iiuilh. Vuuth'ii
Women noil 'llmlr Ti-imiMi.
Onoi- iipnn u t Iiiim two women worn
ttilltluu oMt tliolr trouhlcM, aud whllo
one vvai trlllnit her lain of won tho
iitliri ivai lery ImpHtlont to toll horn, 1
riiuilly. after novonil iiiiMiuvoHnftil
iittemptH, tho Koeoud uoiiinn iiinntijjvil
to ti-ir her fiery, and nn hIim hud tin)
Itmt wiy Htiu Imptoved very iiiiieh on
the Into of tho lint woman. In cnune
iiieuec of ulihh Hie Hint hpotiker wan
liinili- iilto iiuliiippy.
.Moral. - Somo women tiro morn
wrelclicil ll-nu other hot-nUMi the olh
orn lme uune truiililnH thnii they have,
Now Yorl. Hi-i'tld.
3liu-l 'I'unln on l.jltut.
Why will yoii litiiubin; oiirnehei
with that fiHdUh iiotluii (hut no llu Ih u
lie cxt'cpl a poUeii one' What Ih tin)
dirfen ii-o betYMvii I lute with yoiiro)im
ami lyliiK with your moiithr There Ih
none, niul If oii n-inild u-ltect 11 int.
men: ymi lA.nild .-u Hint It Ih no. There
Imi'I a lititn.iii I'UlliK t tin t ilfH-Kii't tell 11
KroHH of lit very dny of IiIh life
Mnrk Twnln lu llnriier'H.
Tli I'lem-ii A niliiianniliir-. ,'
M. Jean JiiMrrniid, the new Kretlch
nmluUMdm- tl WnfililiiKtmi. like Hlr
MU'luiol lli-tb.it, the r.HKlMi muhitHNii
dor. Iiiih nil Aiii--rle:ui Mlfe. Mine.
JiiK'-t,nd w.ih 1; Mini nilxn Itlchardi.
Her ful.m, (J. 'I. ItlchardN, wiih from
New KiiKhiMl, and I wild in have
been one of Hie foundem of tin ImiiiI;
Iiik llrm of Mourov & Co. of PhtIh. Thu
new ambmindir Ih ii literary until and
Ih forty clj;lit jenrn old. t
Klderly Adorer-1 mil idxty-nlno and
Pair Vouiitf Tlilnt; I'll kIvo you an
atiMWer Hie tiny fter toiiiorniw. I will
have to tttfuro it nil out lu the mortuary
"Do mule I Htolid wux only Wlith
f'JO," hhIiI the (JcorBia dniky. "fit. Iile
1110, of du lawyer didn't charKO VM tor
prove me Innurcunt!" Atlanta Conntl-
A 1'i-liililliir llltr.
"Mrn. Kuiriy la awfully tipplub, Isn't
"Vi-h in.ido tipplHh." Clovelai'd
-. - jzi
1 pMWh! in
Kdi nW.u n Ci m
U ltlei I.etP.BilM'lotH
Ci a fei It-if.
surprise you k
bwo ni w, eft E Charab'arB and w