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EVENTS OF THE DAY
Nersj Items fathered from An
Part? of the World.
Lass Important but Not Lam Inter
ssttng Happenings from Pobmt
Outside tho Stat.
Another football player has been
killed and one seriously hurt.
Cattlemen in Wyoming have pleaded
guilty to silling sheepmen.
A labor convention at Toronto hai
gone on record for woman suffrage.
Cairo ! quiet ootwardly, bat troops
are etill held there for fear of another
Lyman J. Geare. ez-eeeretary of the
' treasury, ir to marry Mr a. Ada Ballot
- of Ban Francisco.
A meaaasa bu been received from
Roosevelt saying no accident whatever
hae happened to hla party.
' Suffragette at Bristol, England, at
tacked a cabinet minister and admin
iatered a whipping with a horsewhip,
The controller of the treasury haa
decided that settlers who did actual
work on irritation projects mast be
The aeal catch la Serins sen was
about 600 short this year of the nnm
ber allowed by law. which is 18,000
' The kaiser, to cement friendship
with Austria, violated traditioa by
welcoming the morgan tie wife of an
arohduk to the Uennan paiaee.
Mrs. BooseveU and family are en the
way to New York.
An ex-offlelal of the sugar tract. has
been indicted for fraud.
Cuba's expense! for the next year
are estimated at almost $30,000,000.
The leders of Booth American repub
lic! are to meet in a conference next
President Zelaya, of Nicaragua,
claims mbstaatial victories, both
land and sea.
The Denver Bio Grande road has
Increased the pay of all it shop em
pioyea I cents an hour.
The-conference on infant mortality
at New Have, Conn., resulted la the
forming of a society for work.
A man has beea arrested at Fret no,
Cel., who is wanted in nearly avery
coast city for passing bad checks,
Thirty Ashing veatels are ashore, aad
half-doson missing as the result of the
stem off the coast of Now l'ouadlaad.
A vans presented, to President Taft
by Japanese while ho was at Seattle
has beea valued at SS.S0 by the cus
toms officiate. The donors gave the im
pression that H was worth 15,000.
The Milwaukee road has Just ordered
M locomotives to be naed as its Paciic
Adolph Hackmalr, of Baa Fraaeioco,
has beea appointed eeasas supervisor
Heavy rains la Haytt have caused
serious damage. The precipitation
reached 14 laches.
Poor bmo have boom found gniky of
robbing a mail ear oa the Uaioa Paeilo
near Omaha, May K.
The Baa Praaclees Chinese, who are
vngaged is a toag war, bide their time
for polios surveillance to rem.
-Scientists Hi conference a" New
Havea, Conn., dtoeussed plans to pre
REFORESTATION IS EASY.
Observations of a Practical Timber-
man Otaart Sot Forth. ,
(By J. 8. Toung, Ianun-Poaloea Log
. ging Co,., Kolso, Wash.)
The Timbermaa: ' As the sjuestioa of
eonssrring oar present forests sad ra
foresting our Mgged-onr lands la bow
commanding so much attention, a few
observations from one who hai given
the subject eonsidcrabio thought may
not be oat of place.
People who are dealing with statistics
aad theories tell as that our forests will
bo practically exhausted ia Ifty years,
at the present rate of euttret; and as
the rate of consumption will undoubt
edly increase, It would scorn that oar
only hope of a supply for future gener
ations is in growing more trees.
The question of conserving and pro
tecting our forests and raising another
crop of timber to take the .place of the
one we nre now cutting and destroying
is purely as economic one. and not gov
erned .by academic theories, lie nee, wc
Will conserve and protect our present
forests, plant and raise a aew crop of
trees on our logged off lands jast as
soon as wc find out that it pays to
The writer remembers doing a lot of
hard work, in early life, along with
many others, destroying our forests that
wc might raise grain and garden truck
to eat and hay for our stock; aad wbyf
Because these things to us had a value.
and trees had none. We could not eat
them and nobody wanted to buy them.
But marh the change today. The trees
STORM IN JAMAIC
Hear Don-poor of Bala Breaks
All Previous Records.
BEAT! LOSS OF LIFE IS FORE
During; Four Days 48 Inches of Rain
FaS Kingston Suffers Dam
age of S50O.0OO. .
Kingston, Jamaica, Nov. 10, via Hol
land Bay, Ja., Nov. 18. From the frag'
msntary reports arriving hers from the
countryside the damage resulting from
the storms and floods that bars raged
throughout this island since last Friday
Loos of life hss resulted, but sati
mates are impossible.
A portion of the railway and the
coast liae on the north lide of the island
bos been eeriouxly damaged.
Property in and around Kingston suf
fered severely, the damage sustained
thus far being estimated at $500,000.
The recorded rainfall from November
6 to November 10 was 48 inches. The
downpour continues, the daily fall av
raging 10 inches. In one day the
precipitation"" amounted to IS inches.
There are no sia-na of the weather
value: our toresta are at the
nraunt tlna nn nt th ki
wnalth Ia th riilM alnns th. Pa i A. i breaking.
Coaat and th nrfitiAM f. . I UmmunKation,was established today
forestins are so favorable, the on be I ,IB "n tteamer.
made a soures of wealth for all time to A" ckgPh.. wirM i down and
come. But as approximately only 20 "P" wmK hdi irom jungiton
per-cent of the standing timber of the 10 " We hcuM' D' P0"-
The banana plants tions la the north
aad northeastern portions of the island
have beea badly hit by the storm.
Thousands of acrei of trees have beea
leveled, and the fruit . trade is at
complete at and till.
The United fruit Compsuy'i steamer
country is in the hands of the govern
incut and about 80 nor cent under nri
vato owaership, the question of refor-
eitation presents some serious difficul
What Is the age of our present for
est if What ars the means to he em
ployed to retorest our logged-off landsf I Bradford, which went ashore at Port
wnei icngtn or tunc will it take! What I nonio, is a total wreca. xne Brad
boaefite-ean be derived! And then I """a was built at Copenhagen in 1904.
the great question, Will it pay . She was of 911 tons net register, and
lo the Dm question, 1 would answer: Lwss owned by M. Jcbsen, of Hamburg.
'From 100 to 400 years." The na-1 Numerous sloop have been lost off ihe
tional government is at the present time leoast. The Norwegian steamer Amanda
gattieriug the data to answer questions was ashore t Port Antonio, but was
wo anu torce. - I auccessrnlly floated.
Joe writer has made corns observa
tion! remrdino the vrowth of timh
Nvliich lead him to believe that orowinsl ' - MOB 18 QWBLLED.
Limner will Dir. i nava rnnnii tra IX".
years-old 52 inches ia diameter on the Is1 Companies of atlUUa Boston Or-
tump, that cut over six thousand feet
merchantable lumber. The annual
growth allowed these trees were 24
nebes on the stump st 40 years and at
mat time should cut 000 feet of lumber.
rom my observations, extending over
der at Cairo.
Cairo. 111.. Nov. lM-Wlth the negro,
rthur Alexander, last of those arrested
in connection with the murder here last
Wednesday of Miss Anna Pelley, aafe
several sections of timber, 100 trees le ou nt,i ""' of
to 18 laches in diameter can be grown P c
which nns neio
Cairo for four days seems quelled.
Alexander, reported to have" been Im
plicated in the murder of Miss Pelley
by the negro James, one of th victim.
eat Ue heavy infant mortality.
A boy bank robber at New Albany,
Ind.. killed the cashier and wounded
the president aad his negro chauffeur.
A Winn toe airl dashed Into a burs
lag building ia aa effort to cava her
young brother, bat bom were euraoo.
Two masked robbers at Portland tied
a family aad then ransacked the .house
for money. A boot fiuv was esc area.
A ettemnt was made to burn a' col
red spiritualist and his family at Chi
sago. Ooal oil was poured ss the front
part of the house and a match applied,
bat tno are was sniagaiaasa.
Two prominent Oakland bankers have
bona arrested lor making dam my wans.
A Umber raiser has offered to ellmb
Meant McKlalsy la Alaska, far alO,
00. " .
The Pinehot Balliaoer last baa again
twokoa out, aad Taft may have la toko
Aa miotics of korssono la a War-
road, Hiaa boo as saaoed the death of
S family of sovea.
. . The soar! of appeals
tenia? ie sot a viola Uoa si too Now
York asti-gembUag law. -
Port her elide aa the Boothorn Pa
it have delayed traSw betweaa Port
lead aa1 Saa Praaetaso,
Now Tsrk has aaearthod a graft
among the so) lee who are sscpssii he
regmlato naming aalcmsbillsts
Tw voasah) oeiHded ow BUek InUad,
lm tko AUaaths, and ahrroa atoa weso
drowaod. Om vassal at Misvo4 as
on each acre in 40 years and these wril
make 30,000 feet of merchantable lum
beri these same trees will cut 75.000
leet at the end of 12S years. The
auaation l Wh&l.jvin k th 1 nt
this 30.000 feet af timber iron an i OI nigm s mob, was seat to aa aa
acre in 40 years or the 75,000 feet l"nD point norm of aarc late yes
growa oa aa acre Id 12S years t 'I will ,M(Jy .sfternoon. IJe was eseoried
hasard a gases that 80,000 feet otttom th J to a apecisl trains by
siaaaiag timber will bo worth 8 porl"rn companies or minus.
thousand ia 40 veers, and that mm "That's himf" "He'll come ban. I"
of land pleated to ftr trees will eara 6l"B,,r" the aiggerl" end "We'U got
per year for the entire period, not I Bin M- from the spectators.
counting the small trees that can be I "wo wt of fours wsre ia advaaee of
takea out and utilised for wood, posts " prisoner, who was handcuffed and
na boms soring the u years. I oy deputy sheribTa. Two seta
I do not think there Is any use to Is' 'curs followed. As the traoMn
which we saa pat our mountainoot, ""g north toward the railroad, along
rocky, logged off loads that wilt yield Tweatieth street, .three eomn.i.
mm miuKm wraiis. laoaga (e ise lndi-ic'avu tne atreot is advance of the as
vidua! 40 years is a long time to waitlcort, and a like number followed ia the
ror a aarvsn, wa sot Mug to too cuts I roar, keeping back ths crowds.
To my mind, the phase of the ones
ties that presents the most serious dill-
cultles is ths problem of taxation. 1
have no hesitation ia aayiag that ear
present system of taxaUoa, particularly
legnruing growing timber, tl.ali wrong
WEim II BOBBXS.
Prominent Curares Works Makes fto-
msrkaMs Osaf sasism.
1m Anirelea. Nov. IS. A anaf,
I do not propose to discus, the matter whirB tho sheriff officTL?
as to whether the timber iaterests hare iid-,klnt
ttvz s jars afaa??
? r'.&i'Sh-M worhi .Td-writ'aa'
th.7n.it grower, and Uxesth. growing n ITS rttmV V"1
crop of timber over and over, and at . "'g"". ft W. l0"1. tt
rate that wiU sonlseato the eat ire rep , ,u ' 1 ,1 ?
aA ,. . I . f ot the motorcvele. bat ahm ta th thaft
President Taft Will Ask for Hpoch
Washington, Nov. Iff Ths skiaf
subjeeto to be discussed by President
Taft la his forthcoming message to
congress ars not secrets sines ths re
cent tour of the president. Us has in
dicated pretty clearly in his speeches
what they will bo, and has mapped oat
a program more ambitions and more ex
tensive than even Mr. Koosevclt him
self over attempted. If r. Taft proposes
to submit the whole program to con
gress at one time to ask in a single
m encage for ths enactment of lawa Umt
will, if they are passed, mark ths com
ing sensioa of congress aa truly epoch-
Most of the bills he proposes to have
introduced effect corporations in one
way or another, and the moat impor
tant of them promise to arouse fully
TAFT IS HOME AGAIN
JM AC Sk . -
luurncj m so ihji ram n g.
duel rresident 1 Weight.
GLAD HAND AWAITS HOMECOMING
Prwstdmnt Say Ha Could Stand Two
as Thraa Weeks Mora en Road
. 18,000 Mllaa Covered.
Weshlngtoa, Not. 11. After sa ab
as much opposition as anything that ss&co of more than three months, dur-
" ",-ng wnich as has mad. a 13.0O0.miU
Mr, Taft will Dronoas in eon grans lm-,
trip through ths West aad South. Pres.
porta at legislation upon as least ten fdent Taft last sight slept la the White,
subjects. Each is a matter wnieh will House.
provoke discussion nnd ou opposi- f H. left tft iu) A ,
tion in eongress, especially in the aen- AhMra at th .a. IT ,
ate, mo ttaTfrm'E prciot point of SLJSLTtj if
th? F0?1 LS :f tune of ths same cheers, but h
acrimonious seaaran. inn eniei suo- ... : .
icct. on which the president will 13
, J-'.. . wuillk wu ED
ommend legislation are:
(White House and Mrs.
speeches of welcome he climbed
Readjustment of the duties and hiT t. 11 ZTLrj
powers of ths Interstate Commerce Til --""' cnauneur
1. flunerviaion at th liana of abwtka 1 ... "u" . m
and bonds bv intaratat. coroorationa. I ?U?" M OBia the
. o . . iL.... . i Drier speocaea or welct
S. Expansion of ths duties of the
bureau of co too ratio its.
creation or a new bursatt in toe
department of justice to deal with
violations of law by interstate carriers.
A. bstnbliaoment of a se -sailed
ft. Amendment of she Sherman anti
7. Creation of a postal savings bank.
8. Ship subsidies.
. Amendment of the procedure re
garding the granting of Injunctions.
io. Conservation of natural re
KNITS POK SUET.
broke all ths speed records of ths dis
trict. . -
There was ao demonstration at'tho
Whits House. The special police there
kept the curious outside the grouads.
aad whan Mr. Taft alighted and ran
quickly up the steps he turned for a
moment and waved a smiling farewell
to Fred Carpenter, his secretary; Colo
nel Spencer Crosby and CantalniVwMy.
bald Butt, his two military aides, who
bad aceoniianiil him en l. ... .
President Taft decided that, except,
ing for his impatience to be with Mrs.
Taft again, he would not mind if tho
trin lIlnnM lA.tl.... . t, . .
: r - mii wi um wee as
longer. Ho has beea greatly fatigued
at the sad of sons of ths km n.
grammes of entartainmeat ia a asm ber
of r J ties, bat a good Bight's sleep al
ways put the president in the best of
rOUETBBIT ARS KILLED.
auras colnmbla Blactrkt Trains Crass;
. . at Hlgb assd,
Vancouver, B. 0.. Nov 11. F.
teen dead, nine iniured. two ftli u
m- aei remit or a collision between a
runaway freight ear, lumber-laden, and
a crowded intemrban passenger eoaek
oa tho British Columbia Blcctrie Rail
way's near hero early Wednesday
The deed and injared are mostly
working mea. fhey wero bound for.
thO earhuilftinv ahfm at N nrh. t-. u
Iter to begin their dally toil.
The passenger sax left Vaaeouver at
JI-JtA alnh .1 a -
tO to U years, whea It taVaa from
40 to 100 years to raise this crop, la aer-
tainly opea to valid objection, As a
aaMtituto for oar present system of
taxiag Umber, based en values. I would
the timber to est; a portion of this Ui " -ri, arobable
to bo set aside to boar the exponas of fT". 19 f OB ,n-h,
renreitatiea bv the stato a s-.l"Ueh h T- w'e the
the motorcvele. but also ta the thaft
of 1 1 horaea aad busrsTtec aad aava that
all of the money no obtained from the
sie f the stolen vehicles aggregated
several tnousnnd OoUars. and had beea
apem at gambling.
tion to pay the expense of protectisa
oar prensat larosts freea Irs aad sepre-
t shell not attempt la this article to
eater isto tho details of such a sehemo,
I am told aa good authority that rais
ing trees by the state or national snv
oraateat pays in Europeaa countries. If
as. why sot here oa our western coast,
whore taa eenditieas are almost Ideal
sheriff has beea search ins for for aa
ral weeks. Tho resaarkabls eeafeesioa
ends with s nvaror to Ood an aid th
sheriff to recover tho stolen property
aad return it u tho rlgaifal owners.
Tkrsa ZhsaoX Ptva Xajarod.
Qoiscy, Masa, Nov. IX OsWial Ig
ares made pobUe today rhtbeats tao
sow battleship North Dakota ia is a
! by hersoif aa gar aa steaming
radius hi seatamoA The tWofaa ism?
Plvtsaart, ljfmiUrH.m fcils. al a, 1 -1: lZulZr'
-i saaa mrm aWd taa. atsm m Ml.laM anoed af IB huaa uaM h Kl.l-ht.k rw eJZ., tTT" JaMT
nod assa are deed, va others are sert-INP cpoed of U kaois aa nr, hi able
emar aatarod ad 11 mam oavd siai lr"T' MWO -amtieal miles witheot
are amffarlaw froaa bmlaaa aad ahk. . "P aig
" ta "T . 7 r ' ""P Masai oqb miles
th rasalt Wltr.hu Isdgiarkooas withM. nsdeamhiaw be tmnkora. whil.
oa the rives frcas early today. Wkaalsae weald be able ta sovst soot miles
tho trt broho sot W Mraoao werel w,thot reosailag whoa steaming at
o la ako baikria Piromea I axaaum apood of M kaota.
oiooesa thorn aad carried the
aad chiMroa ta safety. Bodies of the Brttaai OsMae mtav Osga,
uaidoatitod foroignors wars not feend I Lewoea. Nov. IA A mart la eanrraat
aatil this afternoon, wtoa aoreaas hero that akeaM tho hoaos of lords re
eleorino: away taa dsWta fooad fchomljeet tko mift. Premier Aaawith and
Former Boss of Sao Praadace Mav
Loss Sight and Hearing.
San FraneiMo. Nov. Iff. Abe Bnef.
former boss of San Prandseo. who was
absolute dictator of the city for five
years, is threatened with total blind-
and deafness. An one ration on
his eyes will bo performed next Wed
nesday and on the success of this will
depend the effort ta aava hia
Ruef has been in the eountv iall for
little more than a year, pending ap
peal of his ease to the hiirhar eonrt.
van sentenced to four veers im
prisonment by Superior Judge Lawlor
after having been convicted of brib
ing one of tho "boodling" board of
supervisors ia the overhead tioltsy
franchise ease. . . -
Busf ia talklnr about his ease, at
tributes his affliction to lack of air.
"I aavs been advised that aa opera- electric freight train, the rear ear of
tloa is imperative and have deter- which was loaded with heavy bridtw
mined to submit to it. I have also ', timbers. At ths top of a steep srado
"'" """"i my mictions resnii uus obi gr toe city tu lumber
from lack of air. There ia a growth ' v broke from tho freight and started
ia my aose that ic said to also affect oa a wild rna down the hill. Th aa-
my sight aad hearing. Since I have conger traia was not mora than a quar
beea out hero rt haa boon impossiblo ' of a mils behind, but a curve at
for mo to got any air except by walk-1 the foot of ths grade eat off a view of
mg, and that only for m short dia- the track ahead! Just as tag passes
tanee. " , . train mnndiut twt. h
away lam ber ear dashed Into view.
Noao of tko paawagiis seeapod sbIo
jurod. Those who were not killed er
maimed whoa tho irat crash aamo
were caught andor the heavy timbers
falling from the freight ear aad crashed
tc death or suffered brakes bones,
P - -swemamana-amB-BmamBBaapBi
MisfJiMa lot pouinx
TmU emalas Aro Thsss aVrngn far
. Tears kg ScAaaUsta. .
Chicago, TIL, Nov. 11-The missing
link between rentiles and aamntk far
eial uaformatioa has been received and which eiontiats have beea searching
that nn understanding has bee reached ne Drwiu lrst put forth his theory
between England and Germany that " ontlutioa, has boea discovered la
may rosoh ia a period bain at t sort k western Texas bv PWaP tUm-
thetr rivalry in aaval constraction. As m1 WendeU Willistoa, of too aniversity
the chief purpose of the projected Cn-, Chicago, according to aa announce
nadwn aavy was to sid ths mother weBt aiade by ths department of geol
eoontry in tho event of hostilities, ,ogy of that university.
VC. Wer b,iY,, o bo threatened ' Enormous lisard-liks fossil remains
by Germany, the rumored arrangement , "vo boea anoarthed by tho nnlvsrsrty's
Vtr" ,: , rversieate is London expedition, which Dr. Willieton Is eon
"d. P the sitaatioa and I ting, and the scioatlBts decUre tho
renders oanecessary the heavy expoa-1 animals lived more than 16,000,000
rV'" 1; -' ,y Cannda.'ysrs ago. Tno sxcavatloas la which
M11"' thrfor- thnt rsmaiM were found ars ia the ro
th! t? "UJ oalt wit" r rt tho Wichita river. Tho
LluL !' ,ew TeB ot towil- buried ia a day soil of
!Lri.,Mi -ft what was ones, rives delta. .
WAS OLOTO JlMAMm
Oaaada WIS Hot Ba Called TJnea as
Ottawa, Ont., Nov. 1.The reported
momentous arrangement between the
cabinets of the British and German
empires haa blighted the prospects of
the Oanadmn navy. The proposal for
about tJi3.000.000 to aUrt th. biMln.
of war craft will sot sow be made, to
tho Dominion government. - -
newa I rom maids sources ia that ofli-
Oook's Photos AasaUed..
.. Ura, O. m ChraK Xr, Dsad.
r .. v. . I " KimU, "JOT. 11 MfS. V, B.
htoant MeKialer party, i. . lee J "
fore the Pstria slVb of Now IT m imriii tr T"
r"V!" " 'rk' oWss oasss as a shock to tho
T th0f oosaidsr- sosamaalty. Mrs. Grant was at years
t?Tif. aa was sonviseod . and is ssrvlvod by her aosbaad and
lSLSk y, ft contain Id fr shildrsav afrs. V.B. Xacey, wife eT
anmaraf-fka peak. '-Th nkat-h. IJmu.. u. tt a w .
S" the saw. Grant, U. a Grant, IT, J.W int
"J ' b;4 'TV - from Grant nnd Faaais Oraat. Sao was the
ZlJr ir..mnm "V I kwow a-ughtoff of tho Uta Senator aad Mia.
mTmZ ZirZJrrf W r- , Ca Colorado.
Now Torn. Nov. ta I.
naas, woo was secretary of . tko
Oftasn ta IJaor's OaaL
Saa rssalaaa bTm It W.. L
Cor- aod at dlooft-woa aia a mAw av
rT.ndw pZmJZZJr T Iaapsatoff Bmlow osooealed
portad TdaLt!l!m Pf ol fa, the bwnkar. of the
M-TmFf . mm Paaiae Mail staaans China. Tko drag
jcot tao Mrst, Preaate Aaawitk aad I ho lias ssrtawat Ul 7T ZlZ TrTVT mm. aastsaiBg taowiry
his oabtaet waald hamadlataly roaiga. tcaal trawkls. "'. ameiaoe woo had sMeansCad to