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example, and Johnson took
load a gun In case of necessity.
Every minute the sound came near
er, till at last only a thin coating sep
arated them from their assailants.
Presently this gave way with a
loud crack, and a huge dark mass
rolled over Into the room.
Altamont had already swung his
hatchet to strike, when he was arrest
ed by a well-known voice, exclaiming:
"For heaven's sake, stop!”
"The doctor! the doctor!”
And the doctor It actually was who
had tumbled In among them In such
"How do ye do, good friends?” be
said, picking himself up.
His companions stood stupefied for
a moment, but Joy soon loosened their
tongues, and each rushed eagerly for
ward to welcome his old comrade. Hat
teras was fairly overcome with em o
tion. and hugged him like a child.
"But how did you know we had
been attacked by a troop of bears?"
asked Altamont. when they got their
breath. "What we were most afraid
of was that you would come back,
never dreaming of danger."
"Oh, I saw It all. Your repeated
shots gave me the alarm. When you
commenced firing I was beside the
wreck of the Porpoise, but I climbed
up a hummock, and discovered five
bears close on your heels. I crept cau
tiously nearer, sometimes going on
all fours, sometimes slipping between
great blocks of Ice, till I came at
last quite close to our fort, and then
I found the bears working away like
"But what danger you were In, Mr.
Clawbonny," said BelL "Any moment
they might have turned round and a t
"When I saw what the bears were
up to. I determined to get back to you
by some means or other. I waited till
It got dark, then I glided noiseless
along towards the powder magazine
I speedily commenced operations with
my snow-knife. A famous tool It Is.
For three mortal hours I have been
hacking and heaving away, but here
I am at last, tired enough and starv
ing, but still safe.”
"To share our fatel” said Alta
"No. to save you all; but first give
me a biscuit and a bit of m eat”
A big meal was soon before him,
but the little man could talk while he
"Did you say to save us?" asked
"Assuredly!" was the reply.
"H ow ?" everyone asked.
"My plan Is quite simple, and part
of the work Is done already.”
'W h a t do you mean?"
"You shall sea But I am forgetting
that I brought a companion with me."
•What do you say?" said Johnson.
The doctor went Into the passage,
and brought back a dead fox. newly
(To be continued.)
OF THE WEEK
Doings of the World at Large
Told in Brief.
COUNCILMEN AT * 5 0 EACH.
Regular Price for Pittsburg Grafters
in Small Deals.
Pittsburg, March 23. — Nine more
former members of the councils, be
fore the district attorney today, con
fessed their guilt in accepting money
for their votes while members of the
municipal bodies and before Judge R.
S. Fraser received the immunity bath
of a suspended sentence.
When the grand jury adjourned for
the day just before 5 o’clock, it had
returned no indictments, although it
had listened for hours to developments
in the bribery scandal even more sen
sational than those brought out yester
day. Men admitted selling their honor
for from $50 up.
John F. Klein was before the grand
jury the greater part of the day and
continued his narrative of councilmanic
graft. Klein recounted some of his
experiences in handing out the money
to the councilmen.
“ There was one fellow,” he said,
“ who was a daisy—a regular Shylock
for the dough. In the South Seventh
street business I handed him $81. He
looked at me for a full minute a
then yelled like a stuck pig for (he
extra 10 cents. You know $81.10 was
the standard price in that deal. Well,
he got the 10 cents all right.”
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
PROGRESS OF OUR HOME STATE
SPEND $ 3 5 ,0 0 0 ON CANALS.
4 0 MILES DRAINAGE CANALS.
Klamath County Project Will Reclaim
19,000 A cres on W ood River.
Klamath Falls — Work has been
resumed on the canal along Wood riv
er, for the reclamation of 19,000 acres
of the weed land.
The land has a
frontage of seven miles on the river.
It will be necessary to cut about 40
miles of canals to properly drain and
reclaim the tract. About seven miles
were made last year, and it is expected
to complete about ten miles this year.
This will form a dyke along the river
and around the north end of the land
that will keep the water from over
flowing the land, and then cross canals
are to be run through the property for
The Wood river valley is acknowl
edged one o f the best dairy sections in
Oregon, and with this big tract drained
and put into timothy and red top and
settled with dairy farmers, it will
easily produce a greater revenue than
that derived from all other resources
in the county at the present time.
The canal is being cut in a fairly
straight line and cuts off all the points
and curves of the river, and thus leaves
a strip of land o f varying width along
the west side of the river.
land is somewhat higher and perfectly
dry, there are many choice tracts of ah
acre or more along the seven miles of
water front, suitable for building pur
poses. This strip is to be platted and
sold for summer homes.
It is stated
that there is enough o f this land to ac
commodate about 150 cottages.
Company Plans to Finish
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 Project.
Bend — The Arnold Irrigation com
pany is spending $35,000 on improve
ments to the distributive water Bys
tem. The largest undertaking o f the
plans will be the building of a new
flume. The flume will be 12 feet wide
and three feet deep, and a mile and a
quarter long. The body of it will be
o f two-inch lumber, and -the support
ing timbers and foundation will be con
structed in most substantial manner.
The intake will be enlarged and per
manent gates installed.
mately three miles of old canal will be
widened. It is planned to build from
six to eight miles of new canal on the
east lateral, which runs eastward into
the Arnold section; and also some three
or four miles of new work on the north
lateral, which will water land lying
directly east of and southeast of town.
The Arnold system will water ap
proximately 10,000 acres lying east
and southeast of town. It is a mutual
company, the stock of whiefi it owned
by farmers and Bend business men. A
large portion of the land lying under
this system was originally taken up as
homesteads and desert land entries,
and the holdings ranged from 160 to
500 acres to each man.
larger tracts have been divided and are
being sold to newcomers, who plan to
devleop their holdings extensively as
soon as the system is finished and
water delivered to their lands.
better now. It la five against five.”
CHAPTER V.— (Continued.)
General Resume o f Important Events
"F our!” said Johnson, In a fright
A* on tha preceding night, each man
Book hie hour’s watch on the uppel ened voice.
Presented in C ondensed Form
"H ow ?”
plateau. When It came to Aitamont’a
fo r O ur Busy Readers.
"The doctor I” replied
turn, and he had gone out to relieve
Bell, Hatteras called hie old compan pointing to the empty sitting room.
"Well, he Is In Isle Johnson.”
ions round him. The doctor left hie
“A bad Job for him," said BelL
desk and Johnson his cooking, and
A definite agreement has been reach
"But ws can't leave him to his fate.
hastened to their captain's side.
ed on the Canada-United States tariff.
"My friends,” he said, “let us take In this fashion,” said Altamont.
advantage of the American’s absence
"No, let us be off to him at once,"
As the beef packers’ investigation
to talk business. There are things replied Hatteras.
the prices of beef continue to
He opened the door, but soon shut
which cannot concern him, and with
which I do not choose him to meddle.” It narrowly escaping a bear’s hug.
"They are there!” he exclaimed.
Johnson and Clawbonny looked at
The American Federation of Labor
"A ll?” asked BelL
each other, wondering what the cap
has filed charges against the steel cor
tain was driving a t
Altamont rushed to the windows,
"I wish," he continued, “ to talk with
Pinchot has sailed for Europe, and
and began to fill up the deep embra
you about our plans for the future.”
it is believed he intends to meet Roose
“All right; talk away, while we are sure with blocks of Ice, which he broke
off the walls of the house.
alone,” said the doctor.
velt in Naples.
"In a month, or six weeks at the out
His companions followed his exam
Barney Oldfield, driving a Knox
side, we can leave here. Have you pie silently. Not a sound was heard
auto, made 20 miles in 18 minutes at
thought of what we had better de this but the low, deep growl of Duka
They were besieged.
"Have you,, captain?” asked John
All were worried about the good
Louis R. Glavis has confessed that
he worked deception on Cunningham
"H «ve IT Not an hour of my life
"W e must get rid of the bears before
in the Alaska coal cases.
passes without revolving In my mind he comas,” said Hatteras.
one cherished purpose. I suppose not
"But how?" asked BelL
a man among you Intends to retrace
It was difficult to reply to this,
grand jury testified that councilmen
his steps 7”
sortie was out of the question. They
were bought as low as $50.
No one replied, and Hatteras went could hear the bears prowling about
Governor Hughes is considered to be
Chicago, March 23.— Simultaneously
on to say:
outside, growling and scraping the
the modern Moses of New York state, with the grand jury’s indictment
"For my own part, even If I must walls with their enormous paws.
and Taft wants him to run for a third against the so-called beef trust, cattle
go alone, I will push on to the north
However, action must be taken
pole. Never were men so near It be
speedily, Altamont resolved to try
on the hoof at the stockyards advanced
fore, for we are not more than 860 porthole through which he might fire
15 cents per hundred pounds and some
W ork on Government Building.
miles distant at most; and I will not on his assailants. He scooped out i
of the dressed meats have given a sur
Pendleton— Indications are that pre
Survey New Road to Seaside.
lose such an opportunity without mak hole In the wall, but his gun was hard
Rumford Falls, Maine, by citizens, who prising exhibition of high jumping.
ing every attempt to reach It. Even ly pushed through when It was seised
Seaside— A force o f Hill engineers liminary construction work will soon
The sharpest advance was for mutton
intimated that he was not wanted
though It be Impossible. What are with Irresistible force and wrested
and surveyors is engaged running a commence on the new $50,000 Federal
building, the appropriation for which
your views, doctor?”
from hts grasp before he could even
1 to 3} cents a pound. This increase survey from- Hammond, eight miles
"Tour own, Hatteras.”
The trial of F. August Heinze, for brings mutton racks to 18} cents a from Astoria on the Astoria & Colum was made two years ago. The govern
“ And yours, Johnson?”
"Confound It!" he exclaimed, "we’re
misappropriation o f funds o f the Mer pound, legs and joints to 16 cents and bia River railway to Seaside and then ment has since that time tied up all
“Like the doctor's.”
no match for them.”
up the Necanicum river.
Within the progress, and local people had almost
cantile National bank, of New York, cuts for stewing to 10} cents.
“And your's, Bell?”
He hastened to stop up the breach
been run to despaired of ever seeing the start of
The wholesale prices of beef, mutton
“Captain,” replied the carpenter, "It as fast as possible.
are the building. However, an order has
Is true we have neither wives nor chil
and pork have increased 20 per cent
This state of things had lasted up
working about two miles above Seaside just been received notifying the pres
dren waiting us In England, but, after wards of an hour, and there seemed
Taft says seven months o f the new within the last two weeks and the ad
ent occupants o f the ground to vacate
all. It Is one’s country—one’s native no prospect of a termination.
vance is to travel on to retail prices in Despite the emphatic denials o f mem by June 1.
tariff law have proved its worth.
bers o f the crew that they are connect
land! Have you no thoughts of re
The question of a sortie began now
the near future.
After the proprefy was bought a
A boy at Hoquiam, Wash., had his
to be seriously discussed. There was
An average o f 2 cents a pound more ed with any railroad, the engineer in
“ Wa can return after we have dis little chance of success, as the bears
arm broken while plaiyng “ snap-the- will be paid by patrons of the butcher charge o f the work is a prominent new Federal district was created for
a United States court, and it was de
covered the pole quite as well as be could not be attacked separately, but
shop on all meats and in at least one Spokane, Portland & Seattle railway sired to have the original plans en
fore, better even. Our difficulties will Hntteras and his companions had
not Increase, for as we near the pole grown Impatient Also they were
The survey skirts the beach from larged for a Fedreal court room. That
many American tourists at Luxor, be 5 cents. Mutton is now higher than
we get away from the point of greatest ashamed of being kept In prison by
Hammond to Gearhart, from which this might be done it was necessary
We have fuel and provisions beasts.
point it follows the county road to Sea that a larger appropriation be secured,
cents for chops.
enough. There Is nothing to stop us.
He took Johnson's furnace poker and
Cook’s only white companion in the
side, continuing to the bank of the and Representative Ellis has under
and we should be culpable, In my opin thrust It Into the stove, while he
alleged dash to the Pole says Cook is
Necanicum. This survey evidently is taken to do this. Up to the present,
ion, If we allowed ourselves to aban made an opening In the snow wall, or.
TAFT POINTS WAY TO PEACE.
being made with the idea o f heading however, no report has been received
don the project."
rather, a partial opening, for he left
off the Astoria, Seattle & Tillamook as to his success in this matter. A
“ Very well, captain; I’ll go along thin sheet of Ice on the outer side.
Indictments have been
great many are still of the opinion that
As soon as the poker was red h ot he
against six nightriders at Hopkins Questions o f National Honor Should railway, on which it has been announc
Be Arbitrated, He Says.
ed $50,000 will be spent in the next until such additional appropriation is
"That’s right; I never doubted you,” suld to his comrades, who stood eager
granted that there will be no work
said Hatteras. "W e shall succeed, and ly watching him, wondering.
New York, March 23.— The president three months.
Twenty persons were injured by a
England will have all the glory."
That in the event o f the electric done toward the construction o f the
This red hot bar will keep off the
passenger train in North Dakota jump
"But there Is an American among hears when they try to get hold of It
road being pushed to a conclusion, as building.
of world peace tonight before such
ing the track.
u s!” said Johnson.
EDEN W AS AT NORTH POLE.
and wo shall be able easily to fire
been promised, the Astoria & Col
brilliant assemblage at the Hotel As-
C oncrete Building at H ood River.
Hatteras could not repress an Im across It without letting them snatch
It has been discovered that foreign tor that he described it as “ superla umbia River railroad scenic line seems
away our guns.”
Hood River — Ground will soon be
insurance companies out-grafted the tive.” He was the honor guest at
U r , S e a s h o le s S a y s ,
"I know It!” he said, sternly.
Hatteras withdrew the poker, and
broken for a brick building which J.
"W e can’t leave him behind,” added plunged It In the wall. The melting
That the Garden of Eden was locat
the beach, the route o f the electric Otten will erect on the corner of Oak
league and the principal speaker.
snow made a loud, hissing noise, and ed at the North Pole, and that the ture.
runs less than a half mile from the and Fourth streets. The plans for the
"No. we can’t.” repeated Hatteras. the two bears ran and made a snatch newly discovered Arctic regions will
James A. Patten, king of wheat spe
building call for one story and base
at tho glowing bar; but they fell back be a health reeort of the future were culators, can no longer stand the crowd the keynote of every address, but no shore. The Hill survey is between this
ment structure which will be designed
"And he will be sure to go, too.”
with a terrible howl, and at the same
of newspaper men and curiosity seek speaker advocated the immediate dis
for an adidtional story later. The
"He will be sure to go, too; but who moment four shots resounded, one two Interesting assertions made by ers.
armament of nations. It was agreed months ago C. N. Flower, traveling
building will be o f brick with a cream
Rev. Dr. Charles L. Seasholes In •
after the other.
armies and navies were necessary until freight and passenger agent, said that
sermon on "The Relation of the North
Ten members of the Maybray gang a more Utopian «universe shall have the road would shortly be moved to the colored pressed brick front. The front
H it!” exclaimed Altamont
age on Oak street will be 50 feet with
Pole to God’s Power of Redemption,” of fake fight swindlers have been sen
“ And If you all obey my orders, will
H it!" echoed Bell.
come about. On this point President beach.
the Yankee rofuse?”
a length of 80 feet on Fourth. Dis
Let us repent It,” said Hatteras, In the Third Baptist Church, German tenced to $10,000 fine each and two Taft said:
"I shouldn’t think so; but suppose carefully stopping up the opening town. Pa. Sin, he said, caused the years in the penitentiary.
Farmers C ooperate to Clear Land. mantling the wooden buildings on the
“ Because we are in favor of univer
Se should, what then?”
Lakeview— A co-operative plan of premises has been commenced and ex
human family to be driven from this
Five persons narrowly escaped death sal peace, and in favor o f arbitration
"He and I must light It out.”
The poker was again thrust Into the paradise, and the genius of man has
developing the land sold last August cavation will be started soon.
in quicksand on the beach near Gear to secure it, we are not in favor of one
The three Englishmen looked at fire, and In a few minutes was ready
now regained It. How It will be re hart, Or., when their automobile left country giving up that which we now by the Oregon Valley Land company is
Hatteras, but said nothing. Then the for Hatteras to recommence opera
Rich O re Body in Jackson.
stored to Its former ideal condition the road and overturned.
use for the purpose of securing peace, to be tried out here.
doctor asked how they were to go.
acres of road grant land was sold in
Gold Hill—One of the largest bodies
and made Into a new paradise Dr.
"By the coast, as far as possible,"
Altamont and Bell reloaded their
Before the end o f the Pinchot-Bal-
11,000 tracts. The plan is to charge of gold bearing ore in the country,
was the reply.
guns, and took their places; but this Seasholes did not explain. He said In linger row is reached, F. H. Newell our army or our navy.”
Tremendous applause greeted his de each settler a small fee, giving a small three miles north of here, has been re
time the poker would not pass through
probably will cease to be director of
interest in the machinery with which cently purchased and is now being de
claration, and he continued:
"The Garden of Eden was at the
’Confound the beastsl” exclaimed
the United States reclamation service.
"But what If we And open water, o b the American.
“ I don’ t want to seem inconsistent the work of clearing and plowing will veloped by Canadian capitalists.
North Pole. While some have endeav
Is likely enough?”
Forty past and present councilmen in speaking so emphatically here in fa be' done. Heavy machinery will be vein can be traced and has been tapped
"What's the matter?" asked Johnson. ored to locate It In the Mesopotamian
"Well, we’ll go across It."
"What's the matterT Why, they are Valley, the Island of Ceylon, at ths of Pittsburg are falling over each oth vor of peace by arbitration and in using bought to remove the sagebrush rapid at intervals for 4,500 feet, showing a
"But we have no boat."
piling up block after block. Intending source of the Nile, and In the region er in a rush to confess their participa every effort I can bring to bear on con ly, making it possible to clear large uniform width of 30 feet.
Hatteras did not answer, and looked to bury us nllve!"
areas iff* single season.
ing men declare that there are but two
Just north of the Himalayas, we agree tion in bribery deals, hoping thereby gress to have two more battleships this
or three properties in the United
year. I am hopeful that we may con
with Prof. Warr*n of Boston Univer to escape punishment. ,
"Perhaps." suggested Bell, "we might
States that compare with it in size,
Bridge Nears Completion.
"Look for yourself; the poker can't
mako s ship out of some of the planks get through.”
sity, that It was In the region around
All questions in dispute between the
Pendleton— Work on the government while the ore is remarkably rich.
•f the Porpoise.”
27,000 firemen on Western railroads ma canal is constructed, so that then
It was worse than alnrmlng. The the pole, for the following reasons:
bridge across the Umatilla river at
“ NeverI” exelalmod Hatteras, vehe bears meant to stille their prey. They
“Considering the earth at one time and the railroad managers will be ami
Four Killed by Trains.
Cayuse is being rushed as rapidly as
were heaping up huge masses, which a heated molten mass, the portion to cably settled according to an arrange connection between the two coasts.
Salem—The casualty report for Feb
“ Never!” said Johnson.
would make escape Impossible.
cool first would be that around the ment reached in Chicago through the
ing to Agent Swartzlander, the Indian ruary, issued by the state railroad com
The doctor shook his head. He un
Two hours passed. The air grew poles, and at these places, vegetation aid of United States Commissioner of we wish to go further.
derstood the reeling of the captain.
“ Perhaps by that time there will agent, the bridge will be open to traffic mission, shows there were no collisions
close. Every opening was hermetical would appear, then animal life, then Labor Neill.
“ Never!” reiterated Hatteras.
"A ly senlod. The stoves would hardly
be adopted a means of reducing the before May 1. The arrival o f the steel in this state during that month, but
boat made out of an Amorlcan ship draw, and It was evident would soon man.
A big slide blocked the Southern armament, and when it comes I am has been delayed by the washouts there were two derailments.
would be an Am erican!”
“ The North Pole region was a para Pacific near Redding, Cal.
go out altogether for want of oxygen.
sure we will not be the power to inter along the railroads but it is now ex trainman was injured, one other em
"But. oaptaln------" began Johnson.
Hntteras was the first to see their dise In climate, neither too hot nor
pected daily. The concrete pier on the ploye killed and three injured and
Conferences are under way between fere with the general movement.”
The doctor made a sign to the old fresh danger, and he made no attempt too cold, the heavens beautiful with
side of the river is already com three trespassers or tramps killed.
the Philadelphia streetcar companies
boatswain not to press the subject fur
to hide It from his companions.
the stars moving around the Polar
pleted and another day will see the
PORTLAND M ARKETS.
“If that Is the case," said Altamont star In parallel planes. In early times
completion of the pier on the north
This ended the dny, and the night “we must got out at all risks.”
Washington, March 23.— Washington side.
President Taft in a speech at A l
there was an abundance of plants and
passed without disturbance. The bears
Wheat — Track prices: Bluestem,
"Yes,” replied Hatteras; "but we
flowers which now grow In the sub bany, N. Y., regretted he had no scape women can jab holdups and mashers
bad evidently disappeared.
must wait till night. We will make
$1.07(81.08; club, $firstname.lastname@example.org; red Rus
with long hatpins all they want, ac
Railroad Reduces Rates.
The first business next day was to a hole In the room, and let In some tropics, and many species of animals goat to blame his mistakes on.
sian, 98c; valley, $1.02.
cording to Major Slyvester, superinten
arrange for a bunt. It w'ae settled air, and then one of us can fire out of now found In warmer climes.
Salem — Rates on green fruits and
Governor Haskell, of Oklahoma, has
Barley— Feed and brewing, $28 ton.
that Altamont. Bell, and Hatterne It on the bears.”
"The continents are united In the been ordered to bed by his physician, dent of police. “ We have in Washing apples between Cates and Salem have
Corn- Whole, $34; cracked, $35.
Should form the party.
"It Is the only thing we can do. I North Polar region, so that as the after the 59 days’ session of the state
Hay—Track prices: Timothy, Wil
Should go «nd explore as far as Isle suppose," said Altamont
pounds by the Southern Pacific and lamette valley, $20(821 per ton; East
race Increased In numbers It could legislature.
Johnson, and make some hydrographic
Night drew on, and the lamp In the
Corvallis & Eastern railroads.
The ern Oregon, $23(ij24; alfalfa, $17.50@
Investigations by the New York In “ Such a predominance o f the gentler
Botes, and Johnson should remain be sitting room began to burn dim for move down the continents to the
new rates cannot but have made a dif
places their descendants now occupy. surance commissioner shows that the
hind to keep house.
sex can have but one result. Numbers ference to consumers in Salem of green 18.50; grain hay, $17(8)19.
want of oxygen.
Many of the aborigines of the North use o f rash accomplished some won of women are obliged to go about the
Oats— No. 1 white, $30.50(8 31.
At I o’clock they started, accompa
At 8 o'clock the final arrangements
fruits for quite a brisk trade is carried
Fresh fruits— Apples, $1.25(83 per
nied by Duke, who frisked and gam were completed, and all that remained and South American continents have derful things.
streets at night without escorts and on between the Salem commission mer
boled with delight. They had been to do was to make an opening In the traditions that their ancestors came
women, assailed by marauders, have chants and those people in Marion and box; pears, $email@example.com; cranberries,
from the north.
bone about an hour when Johnson roof.
$8(u9 per barrel.
Federation of Miners has indicated ita used hatpins with telling effect.”
Linn counties along the line o f the
suddenly heard the report of a gun.
‘ Bln caused the human family to
Potatoes—Carload buying prices;
They had boon working away at this
Corvallis & Eastern railroad.
"Capital!" he exclaimed.
"They for some minutes, when Johnson, who be driven from the North Pole, or intention to affiliate with the Ameri
Oregon, 50(860c per hundred; sweet
C hicago Bars Hatpins.
have found something, and pretty had beon keeping watch In the sleeping Eden, region. Bln pushed the earth can Federation o f Labor.
potatoes, 8c per pound.
Chicago, March 23.—It is now a
Block to C ost $ 1 5 ,0 0 0 .
room, came In hurriedly.
Malty alleged heirs have appeared to
Onions — Oregon, $1.50(81.75 per
aslant and gave It an Inclination of
A second and a third shot followed.
"What's the matter?" all asked at 23 degrees to Its axis, which brought claim the body o f Jacob Brackmann, a
long hatpin in public places in Chicago. block to be erected by W. T. Campbell
“ Bravo!” again exclaimed the boat once.
Vegetables,— Turnips, nominal; ru
to the North Polar country Intense victim o f the Wellington avalanche Any woman caught wearing one is lia and his sister-in-law, Mrs. Idaho F.
swain; "they have fallen In luck’s
"Nothing exactly,” said the old sail
who was worth $50,000.
$1(81.25; carrots, $1; beets,
or, "and yet------“
Campbell, will be begun at once. The
But when three more shots came In
An English physician says senti city council last night pased an anti- structure will he ready for occupancy $1.25; parsnips, $1.
"Come, out with It!” exclaimed Alta human race was driven out by cold
Butter—City creamery extras, 36c;
rapid succession, the old man turned mont.
ment, which has abolished corporal hatpin ordinance. It was passed in by June 1. It was the original inten
pale, and a thought crossed his mind
“The tree of life Is the North Pole punishment in schools, is responsible spite of many hisses and “ booe” from tion of the Campbell heirs to cover the fancy outside creamery, 34@36c; store,
"I hear a peculiar noise?”
Which made him rush out and climb
Electricity Is life, and the North Pole for universal increase of rowdyism.
the galleries, where a crowd o f women entire lot with a huge block, but the 20c. Butter fat prices average l } c
h a stily at the top of the cone.
"Here, on this side, on the wall of Is an electric or magnetic center. It
gathered to protest against the final decision was to erect a building under regular butter prices.
He shuddered at the sight which met the room.”
Eggs— Fresh Oregon ranch, 22<823c
It is believed by some o f the auth measure on the ground that the city
with a frontage of 54 feet on Olive per dozen.
orities at Aberdeen, Wash., that Gohl, had no right to attempt to regulate
street and extending 100 feet back. It
The three hunters, followed by Duke,
the accused multi-murderer, will prove women’s apparel, and that long hatpins
Pork—Fancy, 13<813}c per pound.
were tearing home at full speed, fol Johnson was right A noise there oer- Moees.
will cost about $15,000.
often formed woman’ s only defense.
lowed by the five huge bears! Their
"The Influences, or leave«, of this
Poultry— Hens, 19<819}c; broilers,
six bullets had evidently had no e f some one were cutting the Ice.
Build Telephone Line.
pole, or tree of life, will be for the
Andrew Carnegie unknowingly took
25<827c; ducks, 18(820c; geese, 12@
"Don't you hear ItT~ repeated John healing of the nations. To It will
fect. The monsters were close on their
I a seat at the head o f the bellboys’
New York, March 23.— The United pany is engaged setting poles for the 13c; turkeys, live, 22(825c; dressed,
flock the nervous wreck« and consump bench in a Los Angeles hotel, and
25(8 29c; squabs, $8 per dozen.
Hatteras. who brought up the rear,
"Hear It? Yes, plain enough,” re
tives, and It will he the world's sani when the next call came in the boys all States and Canada have arrived at a line between Jacksonville and Medford*
attle-B — est
aould only manage to keep off his pur plied Altamont
definite agreement on the tariff ques The line will follow the nprht of wav /. * ,
. . ZZ9
"Is It the bears?" asked BelL
suers by flinging down one article
tion, according to an apparently auth of the Rogue River Valiev railway be
city o f anchored vessels, and we
after another—first his cap, then his
A crank writing from the East says entic report tonight, the Tribune will tween the two towns. Poles and cross
hatehet. and, finally, his gun. He knew
"Well, they have changed thetr tac shall speak of It as 'paradise regain
he is walking to Oregon to kill Gover say tomorrow. This information was
that the Inquisitive bears would stop tics," said old Johnson, "and given up ed.’ "
^rung along the pro- J
$ 4 „5 ; ‘ hulls,
$ 3 .6 0 © ^
obtained from a man close to President posed route.
and examine every object, sniffing all the Idea of suffocating us.”
T il« C o l l a t o r * « R e to r t.
reund It, and this gave him a little
"They are going to attack ua,” said
H ogs— Top. $ ll(g ll.2 5 ; fair to
Paving at Baker City.
A yacht of 27 tons gross is en route confirmation could be secured.
After a lone watt the crafty dabto.
time, otherwise he could not have es Bell.
from Seattle to the Mexican coast.
Baker City—Superintendent Hough good, $9.500; 10.
caped. for these animals outstrip the
"W e shall have a hand-to-hand glanced up from hla desk.
said that the agreement would be pro
Sheep— Best wethers, $7(8.7.50; fair
fleetest horse, and one monster was struggle, that's all." said Hatteraa
“ Have a chair,” he said to the per
For the third time since March 7 and mulgated and given-out in detail with ton, who had charge o f Front street to good. $5.50(8 6.50; good ewes, $6;
so near that Hatteras had to brandish
paving last year for the Warren Con
"With knife and hatchet then,” re »(stent dun collector, who stood near the fifth since February 21, Seattle in a few days.
his knife vigorously, to ward off a tre turned the American. "The guns would the door.
struction company, is here again to lambs, $8(89.
packers announced an advance in the
mendous blow from his paw.
be useless hera”
Hope— 1909 crop, 15(818c per pound;
start the work on First street, which
I'm not tired," was the tierce re- price o f all pork products,
Death List Reaches 4 7 .
At last, though panting and nut of
The noise Increased. "They are
1 will be as soon as the storm sewers are according to quality; olds, nominal;
breath, the three men reached Johnson hardly six feet off now.” said the
1910 contracts, 16c nominal.
Ing a long time n ow !” —Judge.
The latest incre
amounts to a half The list o f the dead in the wreck o f M>mpletH
safely, and slid down the rock with boatswain.
Wool—Eastern Oregon— 16(820c per
him Into the snow house. The bears
“ Right, Johnson!" replied Altamont)
M l s h l Be H t s r e e l « .
stopped short on the upper plateau, “be ready for them.”
Lakeview — Only four votes were choice. 23(8 25c.
cured meats, 50 cent* a barrel on bar- having died as the result of injuries, recorded against the $40,000 bond issue
and Hatteras and his companions lost
Pelting a hatchet he placed himself
Cascara bark, 4}(85c.
as time In barring and barricading In fighting attitude, planting his right way yoh friends has treated yon,” said reled beef and pork. 26 cent* per barrel Thoae who died during the night were for the purpose of building a high
Hides — Dry hides, 16<817c per
them ou t
foot firmly forward and throwing him Lncla Khan.
Whan a man aln got 4« on cooked and spiced goods, $1 per bar- J. S. Goodenough,'engineer of the sec- school here.
Work on the structure pound: dry k i p '16(817c; dry calfskin,
“Here we are at last!” exclaimed self back.
right kind o friends It s finer ly be- rei on beef tongues and a quarter on and engine, and Mr». Lizzie Anderson, will begin as
soon as the weather 14 m 15c; salted hides, 7}*i8c; salted
Hatteras, "we can defend oureelvee
Hatteras and the ethers followed hts eaua* be didn't daaarr» wa.”
o f Cedar Rapida.
WITH BEEF PROBE,
MEAT PRICE RISES.
calfskins, 14c; green, lc less.