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HOODRIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1908
BY THE WAY
Allegheny, Pu., is beiug treated to
dose of "benevolent aaaiiirlaticn,"
without the couaent of the assimi
lated. Burglarg broke iuto the apaitment
of a N. Y. poet the other uigbt and
while the poet was asleep carried otf
plunder to the amount of $5,1)00.
0( course they robbed him of the
dream he was haviug. CrooltCrool!
Alex Berkmau who has married
Emma Goldman, stands' a chance of
being indioted for bigamy, seeing that
he waa alieady wedded to Auu Archy,
Of oouree It "cbeera" Senator Alli
son greatly in bis illness, to have go
many of big fellow-Iowaug mentioned
for genator in case of a vacancy.
The Washington Post says that the
Socialists of Uermany are the most
potent faotor for peace la Europe
and yet the Kaiser calls out the
troops every time tbey bave a parade.
' It is understood, however, that
Pennsylvania railroad employes may
still be Bred for other offences than
picking up money and gifts that may
be Hung at them.-
When Congressman Wadsworth pie
sen ted bis inspection bill, the presi
dent sniffed as though the odor was
By this time the (statesman who
hasn't bad a quarrel with the presi
dent, la beginning to feel dreadfully
Just as if poor Boston isn't having
enough troubles with two tail-end
baseball teams, it now turns out that
ber packing bouses are no better than
those at Chicago.
Just now Kentucky can proudly
boast of more empty bottles than any
other state in the union. The whole
family was thirsty wheu they reached
J Chancellor Day's school bus shut
up for the summer, but his faoe is
ready to open up at a moment's no
tice, if anyone says boob to the Stand
ard Oil Co.
Readers of the Congressional Rec
ord will kindly be patieut. There is
still a prospect of uioie hot stuff ap
pearing in its columns during this
Ever since Col. Watterson grabbed
that front seat on the Bryan bonk
wagon, some people bave been afraid
he intends to monkey with the steer
It is a little too early in the season
yet for the Nebraska prairies to be on
tire with enthusiasm for Bryan.
Life would be duller than a Wednes
day prayer meeting for the Europe
ans, if it were not for Mi. Bryan,
Mr. Rockefeller and the Longworths.
The Frenchman: who tried to give
John D. Rockefeller a thousand dol
lars, has piobubly discovered by this
time that Brother Rockefeller wants
it in bigger chunks than that.
It Is a very unusunl line of advertis
ing that Secretary Shaw '8 boom has
been getting of late
Several congressmen are strongly in
favor of passing the pure food bill,
since the country intends to force
them to do it.
There was always reason to suppose
that oongiess would pass a statehood
bill some time, if it kept working long
Speaker Cannon should handle with
care the pure food measures as u pres
idential boom may be made or un
In Mr. Rockefeller's judgment, ap
parently, all that France needs to
make it an ideal couutiy, is a Stand
If there is anybody else anywhere
who would like to report ou the stock
yards situation, and has not already
done so, let bim speuk up at once.
W. J. Bryan jr., U going to enter
the navy, if be will first make ar
rangements to bave his father elected
president, promotions may come rap
Though the Vasblngton baseball
club continues to lose games Indus
triously, the cbance of ousting the
Boston team from lowest place, seems
After its period of jubilation has
passed, Oklahoma can settle down to
the serious work of making American
citizens out American Indiana.
Though down and out and almost
friendless, Dowie can yet congratulate
himself that be never nn. a United
Senator Depew is leading the simple
life under the direction of a celebrat
ed athlete. Doubtless be expects to
go back to the senate, and gettle some
It will be just like some fool report
er to spoil Mr. Bryan's bome-coming
as soon as he steps on the wharf, by
asking bim bow be is now standing on
tbe question of the sacred "rasto. "
The election of United States senat
or by "popular vote" has hit a popu
Tbe beef trust men assume great in
nocence but uot one of them has yet
offered to make a publio exhibition of
eating out of a can.
The Pennsylvania rail oad has
purged itself of graft charges. Two
clerks and an otlloe boy bave been
fired, to say nothing of the bigger
ones who bave been "jumped on"
with both feet.
Witte is coming here again. It will
seem like home to bim with all the
blasting that is going on.
Until Senator Aldriob makes up his
mind, nobody can tell when congress
Tbe Czar is learning what it feels
like to bave a oougress ou bis bands.
Apparently, too, the nomination is
coming to Mr. Bryan witnout tne ex
penditure by him of a cent for cam
Another delightful feature of life in
France Mr. Rockefeller may bave not
ed is the absence of process servers
armed with subpoenas.
Another rich railway magnate hag
taken up a residence in New York
though tbe assessors in that city may
experience some ditilculty in estab
lishing the fact.
Contrary to expectations, Mrs.
Longworth has not done anything to
startle London society. Judging from
tbfe way Lonon people talk, some of
them expected ber to eat pie with a
Talk about tbe law keeping million
aires out of the United States senate!
Tbe police couldn't do it.
It seems to be as difficult to get the
Panama canal through congress as it
is to get it through tbe isthmus.
Tb consumer will soon worry less
our tha insnectiou tag ou bis roast
than be does over the price tag.
Pittsburg keeps choking in its effort
to swallow Allegheny.
Louisiana baa declared for Bryan.
Andrew Jackgon will be getting jeal
ous i' this thing keeps up.
Cnl Rrrno's friends declare he
would liln a little hearty cppoaition
foi tbe nomination. He will doubt
less get all be wants In tbat line after
After looking over his record, no
one will grumble because President
Roosevelt draws his salary during
Wishing to show himself abreat-t
of the latest styles iu monarchical
circles, King Alfonso bas just bad
a cabinet crisis.;;
Let not the owners of the Demo
cratic party think tbey will remove
Tom Taggart Irom tbe chairmanship
wltn any thing less than a derrick.
If it be true that the J ipnnese keep
tbe Emperor of K:rca nr'souer in hig
own palace, he la In u osition to
sympathize with the Czar, who
doesn't dare to walk abroad either.
Doubtless what Harry lha feels
worst, about prison life, is tbat lie
has to keep regular hours.
Mr. Cleveland will be in the West
on a fishing trip when Mr. Bryan ar
rives in New York. Heretofore Mr.
Bryan bas been handicapped because
so many Demooiats put otf their
summer fishing until election day.
Senator Bailey bag reserved a seat
in tbe Bryan band wagon but Mr.
Hearst and Gov. Folk still seem to
rrefei tbe exercise of walking.
Iu Vinoennes, Ind., rival ice com
panies are at war and almost giving
ice away. Tbat is a game of ''freeze
out" that tbe consumer can appreci
ate jutt now.
Mrs. Thaw bas announced that she
intends to "tell all" and those of us
who baven't forgotten how-, may as
well prepare to blush.
One of the Toledo ice dealeia who
got squeezed, is named Lemmon.
Tne addition of a few other ingredi
ents, would now add considerably to
the enjoyment of the occasion.
Later developments seem to iudica-
cate that .the heavy transatlantic
travel is not due so much to foreign
attractions as to borne detractions.
Forest Fire Near Detroit.
Albany. Ore., July 30. A forest Are
of considerable proportions is burning
some of be finest lumber In tbe Cas
cades near Detroit. Several hundred
persons are lighting tbe tire, wblcb,
if not soou put out will do immense
damage. Tbe (Ire started near the
Santiam river last week.
Three Thousand Men Needed In Xavy.
Washington, July 30. Tbe navy de
partment finds itself short by about
3,000 enlisted men of the needs of the
navv. caused by tbe building of new
ships, discharges, deaths and other
Tbe department proposes to have a
big reserve force ou hand as easily as
possible, and to this end instructions
bave been sent to recruiting officers
everywhere to stir themselves and get
all tbe good men needed.
Dowie and Vollva Ousted.
Chicago, July 30. After months of
struggle tbe fight between John Alex
ander Dowie, founder of ftlon City
and first apostle of tbe Christian
Catholic church, and Wilbur Voliva,
who usurped bis authority, and Over
seer Granger has come to an end, all
three being ousted by Judge Laud is.
of the federal court, tbe people of
Zion being given self-government.
The fight for the control of Zion
City has been waged long and bitterly
and it is with a sigh of relief tbat tbe
people who have invested their sav
ings welcome be decision made to
day at Chicago.
The court deposed Dowie, V. liva
and Granger and oid-red tbe elo' tiou
under tbe Illinois laws, each Zionite
over 21 voting, for a spiritual brad.
Tbe temporal and finnnoial affairs
are to be administered by John C.
1 lately, who is appointed receiver.
, I bave just made up au assortment
of these necessary articles, also hare
tbe material to make them to order.
ExperieuoeJias taught what kind give
the best service, also what to make
tbem of to prevent warping, checking
or extracting pitch.
Yours for anything in tbe carpeu
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The poRtofflce Is open dally between 8 a.m.
and 7 p. ni.; Sunday trnr 12 tol o'clock. Malls
for the KhsI i'lus' nt II. a i. m., 8.10 p. m. and
9 p. m.; for the West, at ' 30 p. m. and p. m.
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