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LAKKVIKW, LAKE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1905.
j IN FAR EAST.
Opens Midst Throng of 39,000 Spectators!
-Roosevelt Presses Button and j
Starts Machinery. j
Ono ot thr greatest victories the
world linn ever known was won last
week ly the Japanese navy over the
Russian navy. The Russian fleet
was practically annihilated by Ad
mlral Togo's fleet. The Japanese
fleet was lying in wait for the Rus
sian fleet on Its way from the Baltic
. I'T" iSH tU V1',livoHtok- Admiral Ro-
Thc Fair is Open, nit the trail. jwtvenskimade a bold dash through
the Korean straights and was met
ly Admiral Togo. Only about five
of the Russian pattleships have been
heard of out of 3G that went Into
battle. The balance being either
sunk or captured by the Japanese.
Admiral Rojestvenskl and several
other officers with about 4000 men
were captured. Two Russian cruls-
"Inovv open I he lie wis and Clark
Tbe' were the words spoken J line
Urttliy I'resldcnt Roosevelt In the
Kant room of the White House at
firtlj 22 nilnutes after 4 o'clock,
Hiwhliik'toii time. The pause after
the third word Indicate the action
iJprwHing the gold telegraph key
rMng the circuit lietween the White
Hull' In Washington and t he Gov
ernment Exposition building lu
hard upon the key, closing the elec
trical circuit and giving the signal
for the opening of the great Imposi
tion .'HMI0 milfs away.
A representative of every nation in
the world except Russia stood by
the President w hen he pressed the
key that opened the exposition.
The Iiewls and Clark Centennial i ('rH "''receded escaping the Japan
Kxposltioii Is open, and Portland, ,w an1 I,,a(,e P(,rt at Vladivostok,
the metropolis of Oregon, is the ' 1"l(,l-v f rip)l-. Three others of the
host of the whole world. The open-
The Fair doddesa.
A Spirited contest Is waging for
the Supremacy of rotes to decide
who shall Ik; Goddess on the
Fourth. The fact of It being a con
test makes It Interesting, and the
friends of the young ladies, who are
competing are doing their best to
rouse enthusiasm, and Inspire each
and every one to cast as many votes
as possible. There really is no com
petition, as to the contestants.
Each young lady In mention Is fair
to look upon, and whoever shall be
come the victor will wear the gown
presented by the Eagles with a
dignity and grace accorded to the
Roman Goddess Libertaa.
As the Fourth of July draws near
er the voting contest for Goddess of
Liberty grows more spirited. Two
new names are added to the list this
week, and Miss Genie Snelling with
draws, as she will not be In Lake
view the Fourth. j
The votes counted for Miss Linnie
Jack Campbell of California bought
a few head of horses from J. A.
Morris of Plush this week and will
furnish a car load out of the Heart
horses for shipment.
Phil Lynch has sold 2300 head of
wethers to Dalton and Grimshaw.
George Fltzgerold sold 1000 head
of 1 and 2-year-old wethers to
Shampalgne Tuesday for $2 and
Dave Edler sold 1500 2s and 3s to
Shampalgn for $2.50.
A. N. Bennett sold between GOO and
800 head of wethers to Shampalgne,
providing the sheep suit.
Routson & Wilson sold about 1000
head to Shampaigne, providing the
sheep suit Mr. Shampalgne and Mr.
Grimshaw went to Warneryesterday
to look at the sheep.
fleet have been heard of since at the J Sma , Lagt Week.8 nounCeraent John Ortomcume in from the sheep
.thus starting the tuachln-' lug of this great fair was accomplish- I'hWl'Hine Islands, where Uncle Sam' noul(1 ,,ave been for M,RH Lra I camP flrat of the week-
rty ami causing the chimes of the ed without a hitch. The day was j wm ,'n"w' T,"'m t( "'"mantled small. A mistake was made in the ! J. L. Clark, who has been work
liiiviTiHiient building to ring. ' an ideal one, and everything was i j '""I remain till the end of the war. firHt name. Tne error stands cor- J iuf? 'r 1)ave Edler came over from
; perfect readiness. Every detail had j 1 ",IH 1 " 'c,"d chapter or tlie j rectt.(1 thiH Week. Langells valley Monday for a few
I attended to. The sight or the H" "ghting the far East. j Maliel Lair.l surges ahead lnya rest.
T .. .. .1 .1 4. Tl li il l.i il.. '
' 11 i ti m it uiouKuv metIlis W(.t.k t(( :,as votes. Miss Fannie ! We have heard it whispered that
time ripe to negot iate for peace be- i ... IIinill.,K..n riM.ivH 1. i, Vntn ml ! eert.ibi sheennien i.f l.nke eoniitv
President's Speech on Opening
Taking IiIh slat ion beside a table
.ii which 1 he instruments had b.-en ground a t night Is said to be one of
ii:iivil, the President read the ines-
t lie IlioKt liea li I if ill scenes I liu t luiliinii
if greeting from President , W l,,lH ,,,',-r f'"t''d "!'' Itsiull-
tween the two h'diurcrunts, hut found
Miss Fine makes gains as do many
limiili', of t lie Lewis and Clark Expo
sition, announcing that the Fair
was ready to be opened. H it limit
pmiriiiii; ami before touching the key,
tk' resident addressed the company
UnlieH ami Gentlemen: 1 have
jiMt received from Portland a lele
iiram liotii President Goode, of the
l'wih and Clark Centennial Exposi
tion, Heiiiling 1ih greetings and stat
ins that the Exposition innnnge
iiicnt In waiting for me to touch the
Imtion which will ring the chimes In
Ik' railed Slates Govern it build-
hir and start the machinery of this
lApoHitidii. The Exposition marks
tiic (eat of exploration a cent ur.v ago,
which was the lirst step In the ex-
liolis of electric lights, appearing to
have lieen sown ns the wneat of the
Oregon grain held; simply countless.
Not a lire alarm was sounded
throughout the day nor a single ac
licit her side illing 1 o talk pi-nee. so ' ot hers.
Local Option Lost.
Au election was held in Silver Lake
1.1.l Itf I flL-U WllttWl ... Illllil O.l
cldcnt of any consequence occurred. , fur the purpose of determining
No crimes were committed to call j whether or not whiskey would be
the attention of the police from their, Bold In that precinct. The local
duty of handling the Immense crowd, j optlonlstH lost by a vote of 78 to 21.
Admissions 3,577. " ; This is the first test of the new local
As nearly as could be estimated by j option law in Luke county. It will
Chief of the Department of Adinls-! be remembered that Local Option
sions F. P. Davidson the total ad-: lost In this county as a whole at the
missions at the Icwls and Clark Ex- j general election last June. In Silver
position yesterday was 311, 577. This , ,ul;e, precinct at this election, there
estimate was announced last night j were 07 votes cast on t lie Local Op
after the gates had been closed to tiou amendment, und 45 were against
t lie public and reports from the three and 22 for local option. Theelection
entrances liinl been counted. -Iiulletln , held there Monday confirms the sen-
Tlie vote for Goddess of Liberty
this we: k stands as follows:
Mabel Laird 308
have been offered PJ cents for next
year's wool clip by contract, one
third of the estimated price paid
Maude Fine 14
iiaiiHii m i.f ii.w .i.ii.. ........i of lirst (In V.
..ti..'.it t-r i f li I '
tiuient expressed by the people of
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woKHthe conti it. the mosl iiu-; Every day is a special iiu.a ui uirjiiiiii inmuutti uit-sim.a. iuu.
iwta.it step In changing a si rag-! 1'fwis and Clark Exposition. Im-j A commendable feature of the elec
line of seaboard coni.no.,. P.rtn..t vents take place daily. , tlou Monday was the fact that the
IU in'-, a mighty continental There Is n.usic b.v the best bands in result was allowed to be a natural
Nation. It ws f.i i.M,.fithe world, audit costs nothing to consequence
-urlilHtory. and it is eminently llt. I hear the concerts. On the Trail you
that it should be commeniorat-'"'' hear music played by people of
"1 iy the r.voMH(111 llt. i,..tlM...l i various natioimlitles, on the odd
instruments becullar to each land.
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.., . w.-., ..... ii r , i, t,-
.'to (he Vice-l'resiilent ol tne i mien , u.v i ne inmo u....... .
How being done.
An the eivlli
" mi vi iitin n
"mimiiH oi i n world have come i
'vr cIum.i- ,,,i,l ,. i, i,,.,. States was the pr
lif.ithe..u iliy... world w(-,-r....p. May night at the Lewis and Clark
"'"round the Meditcrrnnem,. when ! Exposi. ion. The function was i.ei.l
the All,,, ,ii i. ! In i he New York state building. The
n tl an Jill II Lhll lit I MI'll..
A brilliant banquet and reception
t of the Fniteil
:tiiiii of Thurs-
as no Inuuence was
brought to bear nil the election by
either faction, further than what
might have been used in the precinct
effected by verbal argument. No
comment was made u the measure
guests included a dozen Fulled States
was an unknown sea,
l'fnples around the Mediterran-
'iii were sundered from one another
time, by manners, by hablls of
"""Klit to a degree which we can
""W only linperfeetly a ppreela te. 1.
'"'"-'I" Washington, start the l'.xpo
klti" in Portland, and the same
'"'wh that, have knit together the
''"Went seelions of the great eoiiu
''.v, tliat have rendered It possible to
ke,'l' "nr N,iti,M, mu. .lnpi,ai leall.v
"'u' 1,1 "l'irll, now that.U has spread
""''tluvoniluent, than wasthecase
wlc It .occupied but a small fraction
"'t'"-' continent, W, J (irmly believe
rinir th,. imiions of the earlh ever
' ,c toget her In i.eaee and liar
"""'yforthef, i I
Wi iv ij HIILlilVllltl.
Electric Current tiives Signal,
. H short pimihc and in ..bed- W. A.
to a ,,....i : ,....I'I',c.mII next week afire hi
ii "ill lilt i pjiri tl ,
" ''"'-Ident Hu n stepped lo the' have been in '" 1:1 ,l' 1
and brought his thumb down I months.
Kicked by a Horse.
Clarence Mctzker met with a oer
ioiis accident last Saturday that
came very near ending his life.
While seuaratliig horses in the llar-
. .. i ... it . . .1..V..11 ii-oeei'iiors itnd . . ... i. . .
senai or, nun 'i "... . vt.y corral on loot, one oi me iiorsen
about twenty congressmen. I kicked him iu the face. The hoof of
j the horse cut a long gash in his left
S. J. Bennett Coming. l.ul(.k( vimr through Into the mouth,
. ..it ..,- t . li tit I . ,f Gie Lake i ral teeth were kroken off.
Ill .'Vieilll'I . ,nn,',.'"
lleveloniiient League, re
Other bruises about the head were
was knocked unconscious for several
T. D. Metzker, who was
( : unit v
....i.-.., I . letter from S. G. Bennett of j received niH one on his baud
the Reclamation Service, statingj
it,.,! he would attend the con veil- i
Hon of Reclamation Engineers to be j with him succeeded in bringing him
held In Reno from tin- Ml" t ' to, and started to town with him.
17th, and would then come to Lake- V,eu they got as far as Si Heuder
view' to look over the irrigation pro- sou's place, Clarence turned sick, and
, , uiieiniilalloii by thej lt. w as taken into the house und a
II Tl li
Lake County L
"Wilier nml enable us all to!,,, ,n, mauled to receive
olliclals over on
called. Dr. Daly responded, and
ne. w 111 tne cum-; ju c
i . .. i t .. .1 t.i....f
sewed lip tne wounu in me nine wi
j the face and dressed the othef
At this time Clarence Is getting
expects to go lo along very well, "Hid if nothing hap-
f.lIllilV Willi I-CUS tO pioeill him uuuno li on.
healing, he will be all liglit in a
! short time.
Lottie Ahlstrom 13
Nell Simpson 5
Ethel McKee 11 !
Lydia Stanley 2
Mae Snider 1
Alice McGrath 3
Ida Howard 7
Lora Small 7
Katie Messner 10
Voting contest will close at 0
oclock June 25th.
It must be remembered that the
winner of this contest will receive a
handsome diamond brooch, present
ed by Ahlstrom Pros,
Al Howell came In from the sheep
camp first of the week.
Mr. Kitchen started 5970 head from
the Loveless corrals Tuesday for
Wyoming. Bought from Sol Chand
ler and Dau Malloy.
1 ewls Gerber will start 3400 head
from the Mulkey corrals Saturday,
bound for Montague.
A. F. Tonnlngsen has bought
about 51)00 head for Levy and Miller
Pioneer of Goose Lake Dies.
A. F. Snelling passed from this life
Juue 3, 1105, at North Yakima,
Washington, aged about OS years,
of heart trouble.
His death was not altogether un
looked for by his relatives as they
had been v al lied oi Lio trouble.
Every old resident of Goose Lake
valley remembers Fuller Snelling.
He came to this valley In NUI), one of
the first, and remained here until
1S9, when be weut to Washington.
Fuller Snelling helped to shape the
destinies of Lake county, serving
two terms as its clerk and making a
good record. He was register of
the V. S. Land Olliee at Lakeview 1
Flanuigau & punn's buyer has
purchased the llutton baud of
wethers, about 2700 head, and is still
la the Market.
It is estimated that 40,000 head of
mutton sheep will be sold in Lake
view during the season.
A. IL Mclunes wants to buy 5000
head this spring. Mr. Mclnnes was
here to buy unit ton last full, but
arrived here after the bands were
made up for the desert and the
owners would not sell.
E. M. Praltaln and Henry Hunan
brought the bunch of cattle dowu
from Paisley Tuesday, that Lewis
Gerber purchased from li rat tain last
W. M. Harvey returned from Guana
valley, where he went on a horse
buying trip. He bought horses from
Lem Toney, Jack Parry, Charley
Hill, Faskett Pros, and Bradley of
the Guana country, and Tuesday
purchased a bunch of 15 head from
V. E. Scainmou of Warner, All
years, and after going to Washing-, g00(L ul, i,OI.8es. Harvey now lias
ton be was again appointed register ai)Ut 40 head.
or tiie iaiiima i . j.aiui unice.
Mr. Snelling was a brother of our
townsman V. L. Snelling, member of
the Lakeview Mercantile Co., Jas.
Snelling, a shecpinnu of Modoc coun
ty, Calif., and Miss Delia Snelling
C. D. Sessions took Mr. Madnlgan,
a California liorso buyer out last
of this week to buy horses.
Wm. W. lirown of Wugontlre, re
cently sold 300 head of horses to a
who is now in Monmouth, Oregon, j California buyer.
He was au honored member of the
I. O. O. F. Lodge, and a member of j Lane Elected Hayor of Portland.
Lakeview Lodge No. Ill, A. O. F. W. J. S. Lane received a brief message
Fuller Snelling will be remembered from Portland yesterday suiting
as one of the bulldcrd of Lakec.,;:rty. j that Dr. Harry Lane was fleeted
and bis memory cherished.
mayor of Portland. No particulars.