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WEDFOTIT) WATT1 TRTTWTJ, OTDFOTW), (TRIM ON. Firm AY, IWfEMTJEn 18, f.OM
GREAT LAKES 13
SCOTT TO STOP
WABIIINOTON, !". 18. Pollu
tion til' Hie (ln'iit Ulu'H mill hilititary
iIvit'm in litM'omiiiK a Mnrioim ini'iiiu'fl
to health, ui'iMinliiiK to tliu iiiiiiiml re
port loiliiy of StiiKi'tm (Irnonil lltipvrt
llllIC llf till' plllllio lll'llltll HITVll'l', He
pointH out that nliout 1(1,0(10,(100 putt.
HriWt'rx urn curried euch year over
tin (lieitt l.uld'H anil that more than
1(100 VI'HHt'ln IIMC tlll'HI' WlttlTM.
"It Ihhmuiii'h iippnrciit, (lien'Torc,"
Dr. Mini' dei'lurcx, "Unit iIu'hh inlaml
M'khcIh ilny tin Itiipurliiiit ruin in the
iiiaiiitMiani'ii of lint IiIkIi typhoid fever
mle in Hut United HtatuH.
"Thi' decree of tin pollution of tiw
Onwit l.aki'H mill rivein trilnitary
thereto Ih bi'i'omiinj a HcriutiN ties
tioii. TIm'mh InrKii bodie of water
I'liiiHtantly are becoiiiinj; inorn pollut
i'ilf thtiH IcHNi'iiitiK tlieir value hm a
Miiin'u of water Niii1y. I'rneticiilly
nil of theno vi'MmcIh ml the witter lined
iihnanl fur all iiii'mimi by piuiiiinK
from lint lake."
It in recommended that water n
taken be puilficd before Iii'mir imed
fur drinking iiirioKi'n,
Study of tho tine of drug in thin
country, whcie iinti-tiiirculic Irgiidn
lion Iuin ninili' HtatiNlieH nviiiluhlc, Dr.
lllue Hiiyx, lend tit the belief that (ho
I'Hliinato of drug-UKcr linn been high
anil that the uxor of morphine anil
opium in Huh country probably iliin'l
number more than 110,000,, ulnle the
nmubi'r of eoeniiic liner m probably
"very miii'h lower."
MKUIOritNi:, via l.omloii, Dee.
18, H'M) a. m. Dnniu a ntonny all
nilit honttion of the federal Iioiinii of
repri'iientntiVi'H, the Hpoaker eiteil Jo
seph Hump Cook, lender of the liberal
party ami a former eabinet niinUtcr,
for ni""NH Inmiltx to the nhair.
In reply Cook, nmiil liberal cheer
ing, Mtiil the parly ileellneil to hit mi
ller a tyrannical speaker, ami the op
position thereupon lett the Iiuiim in a
Following their ileparture, a motion
wart curried to Mixpvml Cook until he
apologized for bin actions in the
limine. Tim cIiihIi grew out of a de
bate on tho coininonwi'allh bank bill.
I'AltlH, Dee JS, 10. R0 n. in.
lu a (llMpntcli (rum NIhIi, Svrvlu, Urn
correspondent of tho Uavan Agency
nays tlio Servian authorities Imvo ro
I'HlultlUlunl tlwtniMolvoH la tho vicinity
or Poilrluto, whero tho Austrian
troops surrendered to thorn. 1'rlH
oncrH nfflrtu that tlio Auittrlnn losses
In tho recent engagements In killed
and wounded Imvo boon very largo
and that thoy exceed tlio loss In pris
oners. Heavy casualties nro shown
by tho Innumornlilo unliuiled bodies
of AiiBtrliin soldiers found on tliu
lino of their rotrent.
I.oznltza, wboro tlmra bnd boon
fighting recently, wait burned by tlio
PAWS, Doc. 18, 8:2li a. in. Ab
proof thnt Germany inudo plans to
anuox Switzerland, tho Matin prints
pliotoKrnpliH of (lornmn ton and twon
ty pfennig stamps across1 which arc
prltod lu black lottorH "Scliwolz, ton
coutlmoH,' and "Hchwolz, twonty-flvo
rontlmou." Tho editor clalinu that
bo Iiuh' utnuipH of tblB kind In IiIb
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18. OenrKo
(', CarolheiH, Hpecml ai'iil of (lie
hlati ilcpiiitmcnt with (lenoral Villa,
IpiH been Kent to Niton to Join hi of
I'oiIh wild thomi of lli-wadier Oeaeral
Hcott, uliu ariivt'H there tomorrow to
Htop firing from the contemliug Mex
ioan factiiiiiH into Atneiieaii terri
tory. Heeietary llryan him Hcmireil,
(In (High llic.Kovcinini'nt of (leiiernl
(liillerrcy, iiHHiritnceH that (loveiuor
Iturlmlc will Imvo a fair trial,
A ilinpatch to tint Carranni agency
brrc ri'pnrlH iho ili'lVnt of Villa foioeH
hoiiIIi of Tampico,
CoiiHiilar Aueiit Canovii at Mexico
City ieMirlM the ilepartuie of 15,000
Uutlorror. tioop for the went coiihI
ami tho occupation of I'uebla by Za
(lutierror. Iiiih orileicil all cucnilH
to be reprcMi-iiteil nl the forthcoming
conveiitioim of I'hiefn, which N to He
led it proMiilont.
A. J. VANCE ACCEPTS
NEW MILITARY HONOR
A. J. Vance, innuoKer nf'tbe Ilomit
Tolfphouo company, rocoutly uamod
captain ot the 7tli coinpnny, appenrod
before tlio inombvrn nt Wodneaday'n
iiipaMhk and nt tlio urKont rrqtirit of
Mcdford cltlzoiiB nccoptod tho posi
tion. It Ih plnnnrd to Introduco nth
Ictlci nud other forum of ainuioment
a a nidi) font iiv of tho military train
Iuk. J'lvo now men bnvit rccontly on
tinted, nud more nro on tho waltltiK
lint. Money to further tho athlutlca
will Imj ruined by n mtIom of entertain
nmntit. Cnptnlu Vnnco'H commlMnlon
will nrrlvo In a few da. Now life
will bo Instilled Into tint company.
Portland Livestock Market
I'OHTLAND, Or., Dee. 18. Cattle
--Iti'CoiptH 'JIO; htraitv tn htroni;.
Ilopt Hori'iptH lKlt'J; 10o hiKher.
I'rimo li(;bt, $7. I0( 7.00; medium,
$7.J0(u7.:i0; hiuootli lienxy, $U.8.r)(i
7.10; rnuuli lu-avy, . lOfn (1.(10.
Shi'i'p- WeeeiptH M'J. Steady.
PAI'BTOWJC, via Lomlon, Def. 18,
8:l.'i it. m. (leueral I-uin Hollm, pre
mier of tho t'uioii of South Allien,
I'oiiHiihu-H tlmt tlm rebellion, apart
from tho rniiniliiiK up of a few Mruy
bauilH, in at an end. Aeeonliiiijlv he
Iiiih (,'one for a nhort yitcation on his
faun before nmlcrtakiiiK a ('aiiipaiii
iiKaiiiHt (Icrmaii SouthwcNt Africa.
With tiio eapluro of Ocneral Do
Wet mid the dentil of Oeneuil Ibcr
in uu ongaKi'moiit, the South African
Kovcrilment recently miiioiineeil that
the rebellion Htarted by the Icmloix
wiiH'practieallv at an end. .Mnxt of
the followerH of Do Wet ami Hover,
it U Hinted, Imvo been either captured
BY COLDEST WAVE
I'OHTLAND, Or., Dec. 18. l'oil
land experienced tho eohh-t Decem
ber weather in mix yearn today when
the mercury dehcended to 211 deKrcoM
allow .em. Steamers from tho Co
lumbia river reported now ice form-
.iiij; acroiH tho river from St. HclenV,
Or., cnxlunril. onl wiw iceeivcil
hero that the CitNeailo Locks were
VehhclN due to pasn lhroiili tho
locks today from above Marled down
tln river uni'i.riil timiru lipfori. sched
uled lime. honiiiL' to break tltroiiL'b be.
furl- the ice beeitmo too thick. At Ha-
ker, in ciiMlorn Oregon, zero weather
wiih reported. The minimum at Spo
kane was '2 decrees above and nt Se
attle .'10 decree.
NothlnK nicer for Christmas than
Governor Johnson und Mt. Pitt cl
gam In Chrlntmns boxen.
TOKIO, Doc. IH, 0 . m - ("retain
llrlllNb warithlpH have eaptiirod Hioho
iiuttiiburit of the crew of tlio (Jermun
('miner I'mden, which encnped at
i Coco Inliind when tho cruiser was
doHtroyed Novemhor 10 by tho Aim
Hrnllmi erulMor 8dnoy. Tho Oerman
iHiillorn went to nea In a Cocoh Island
schooner named Aysha.
Forty men of the (Jerman eruinor
Kiiiilen were iihlmre on Cocos island
when their vchhcI was overtaken and
sunk by the Sydney. Under the
commaml of Lieutenant Muc-kc, they
commaudeereil a Cncos Island
schooner, loaded it will irovisionri
and sailed away. A ilixpatch from
.Manila, December 1(1, said these men
later captured a collier on which thev
mounted two .Maxim kiiiis, oWdcntly
brought with tliem from the Kmdcn,
and bewail raidiiiK commerce in the
This report enme through officers
of the llriti-b leamer Malai.'ca, wfiieb
j in lived nt .lolo. It has not, however,
Ilx'cn coiiiirmeil Innn any oltieial
rpiarter. Where thev capttireil this
I collier hits not been divulged. The
'.Malacca, feariiii; that she would be
overhauled by this collier, made her
way into .lolo without showing lights.
This would indicate thnt the collier
hiiN been operating in the J'ncific not
far from the Philippine islnnds.
l'AHIS, Dee. 18, 'MK, p. m. The
ministry of marine unuotinced today
that the Uriti-h auxiliary cruiser Km
press of .lapnu had captured the col
lier Kxfonl, having on board three of
ficers and forty men from the Her
man cruiser Ktinlen, sunk November
10 by the Australian cruiser Sydney.
Theie are the forty men who escaped
i to Cocos Island and stibneiptently
. -ailed away in a coinmandeered
I l'AHIS, Dnc 18, 2 17 p. m Th"
French war oftlre this afternoon f?avo
out an ornciai communication n
"The ilny of Decombor 17 wag
marked, as wo suit! yesterday, by an
advance on our part In HclRlum,
where ovcry counter attack under
taken 'by the enemy failed.
"In the ronton of Arras, n vlgor-
1 out) offensive made us masters of
"These trenches aro located at
Auchcy, l.a llnssec, St. Laurent and
IJlnnK)'. At this last mentioned place
wo occupied a front more than a
kilometre long, almost all the first
line trenches of the enemy.
"In tho region of Tracy-I.e-Val, on
tho Alsnc, and In Champagne our
heavy artlller ywon dlitJnct advan
tages. "In the Argonnc the Germans blow
up one of our trenches to the north
of Four I)e Parsl and endeavored to
jmove out from their position with
I three battalions of troops. This in
I fan try attack, as well as the one they
I undertook at St. Hubert, was re
"To thp cast of the Mcuro and tn
the Vobgcs there Is nothing to report."
Knpiueers usk eonpress for $1,
, 7.10,000 to complete work at mouth of
l'AHIS, Dee. 18. -The Hnvn
agency lias piven out a dispatch from
its correspondent nt Athens, who
ipiotes a message from the island of
Tenedo to the effect that the recent
bombardment by n HritL-b fleet in the
Gulf of Snros, immediately north of
the Dardanelles, completely destroyed
the Turkish barracks on shore nnd
seriously damaged the fortifications.
The Turks, panic-stricken, lied to the
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TERRE HAUTE FIRE
TMUtl'3 HAUTH, Intl., Doc. 18,
Two portmna woro killed nnd a num
ber Injured, thrco of thont soilously,
In a flro which curly today destroy
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I.ucIuh Aloxumlor, u crlpplo, smoth
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Shirts . . $1 to $1.50
Silk Hose 25c and 50c pair
Gloves $1.50 and $2 pair
Neckwear . . . 25c to $1
Cufflinks 50c, 75c, $1, $1.25
Caps . . $1, $1.25, $1.50
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Have resumed business
and are now ready to
receive Poultry at 109
Eighth St. near Central