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EVENTS OF THE DAY
Binding tne prisoner«, hands
CHAMBERLAIN NOW GOVERNOR.
ZERO WEATHER ANO NO
feet, and tying them to short stake«
driven deeply Into the ground, their
Formal Ceremonies at Salem In Presence
Trainloads Kept on Suburban SMetl
prostrated txxlles were made the sub
of Immense Crowds.
ject of every Indignity, every cruelty
but None for Sato.
PARTS OF THE
and every torture that the depraved
Salem, Jan. 15 —George E. Cham OREGON REPRESENTATIVE SUCCUMBS
Jan. 15.—The tempura
Flutes and their allies could Invent.
berlain, Democrat, became governor of
in Chicago tonight «hopped 24 «leg
TO HEART FAILURE.
It wax well even for the Iron nerves
Oregon yesterday and Theodore T. Geer
in lexa than two hours, and tonight*
of the Intrepid general and the desert
retired after four years of M-rvice
hovering around the zero mark. *>
trapper that the position of the m«n
partially obscured them from view, Comprehensive Review ot the Import i-eremonie« at the state capitol were at Brought On by Acute Indigestion - End col«! wave was preceded by tho ft
and that they could not see all that
heavy snow storm of the mum
ant Happenings of the Puxt Week, tended by a crowd that packed every
Came Peacefully and Without Pain -
UIIAITER XXII- Continue«!.
available nook, ccrner and square inch
Toward nightfall a brisk northw«
Hl« Daughter Bertha and His Secre wind sprang up and in the outlyi I
'Hie torture wa« kept up almost un
of apace in ths great legislative hall.
I>ar. Follett rose to his font In aur
.»t Hell's Trap.
Likely to Prove Interesting to Our By 10.30 o’clock tiie corridors of the
til sunset, when the last life sue
tary Only Persons with Him
Many districts the snow is drifted several fe
prise. Ilut th« chief remained culm
Hammcrsley hail located the
capitol had taken an appearance of nn-
amt continued his conversation, lie dinns at "Hell's Trap." Upon being ciimbod, and the savages were even
Expressions of Sorrow.
told him th« facta of her escape, amt notified of thia. General Crook had
usiial activity, and by 11 o’clock the
There wax much suffering among II
th« fraud In the scalp It« had given com« In advance of his < command,
entrances to the legislative hall were
poor, but as the worst «axes of destiti *
of yells from the center of the bend
Washington, Jan. 12.—Representa tion had been provided for by charita
him. at th« snm« time repeating that which was to inarch by night, to
Admiral Clark says he will accept a chocked.
h« and the Canadian were friend« view the situation.
When the senate appear«! to go into tive Thomas H. Tongue, of the First ble institutions, no death« were report
Turning their glasses In this direc «word from the people of Oregon.
Oregon congressional district, in the ed during tbe day. The coal lituatlot *
It was about 4 o'clock In the after tion. the two white men saw another
Die senate has confirmed the nomin joint convention, the sergeant-at-arms presence of his daughter Bertha and
"But where 1« she?” Inquired the noon when he and the trapper sight that startled them .till more.
remains unchanged, and its causes and
ation o’ F. A. Bancroft to be postmaster
A hundred things entered stealthily climbed to the top of the
A mounted party had just passed
fighting their way through tbe almost his se< retary, Miss Ruane, died sud effe>-tx on the suffering of humanity
his mind. With llertha l.yl« In Illa rimrocks overlooking this remarkable through an opening In the rlmrix-ks,
immovable mass, but they finally mule denly in ins room at the Irvington, in were di-cussed by a large number of
possession, he could get revenge on tilace, and lying Hut on the capstone and was fording the stream and head
The free coal bill haw been passed by headway.
When the senators had this city, at 12:50 yesterday afternoon. Chicago pastors during their sermons
llammersley. on the Lord of the of the rimrocks, they looked Into the In;: toward the Indian camp.
seats and President Brow A few minutes before he passed away Sunday.
Desert, on everybody!
her Indian camp below. There was noth
In front rode an Indian warrior, by the renate.
the gavel, he read he lapsed into unconsciousness, and
The actual search for evidence of a
under his control, he could demand ing about the place to Indicate a trap next came a white man bound to hlx
constitution that died withont a word, without any combine of coal dealers for the purpose
a ransom. 11« could innke terms with or place for a harsh name. It waa horse, then came a white woman. h«r
The California legislature favors the :
General Crook, he could possibly get a beautiful natural meadow In the feet bound by a rope which encircled
clause bearing upon canvass ot the vote
of forcing np the price of fuel in the
possession of that (10.<>00.
Plans bend of a mountain stream, aur th« horse upon which she rode; then the 1905 fair arid will make a good ap for governor, and then he caused the did not reside with his father, but was Chicago market will be undertaken to
rani« on so thick and fust that they rounded on three «Ides by toweling followed two warriors mounted en
waiting and ez|>ectant crowd todi«|>eree
morrow morning by tbe sp«cial grand
clouded his brain, and he snw a rimrocks, the river forming n dis one animal, and bringing up the rear
by announcing that the inaugural cere- hastened to his fathers bedside, but did jury.
Twenty-five coal men, some of
not reach there until after he had
thousand advantages In the | m > hs <- h tinct peninsula, almost creating an was Dan Follett!
them the beads of wholesale firms and
alon of Bertha l.yl« as a prisoner In Isla.nd, so close did tho entrance
“Bertha Lyl». ax sure ax I live!"
others chiefs in the councils of corpo
an Indian village
The physicians who were summoned,
point of the stream com« to the point gasped the trapper.
rations operating mines, have been
"Where Is she?" h« demanded <>f cult after making tho circuit of I "And that cursed half-breed!" ex
and the family physician, Dr. Bovee, summoned to appear iiefore the grand
the little valley.
claimed General Crook.
as well as the coroner, agree that death
jury to tell what they know of the
"But wait'" said th« chief
Tho trapper started to rise and
Through this rarrow nc< k tho In
was due to acute indigestion, wnich
are too Impatient to make a good dians had entered, and while their rush to tho rescue, but the cool-
“ring” which it is alleged exists. It
brave for Egan's band I told you she atilinals grazed on the luxuriant grass headed general rextralrx-d him. "Cool,
is the intention that no one but coal
escaped. Th« trapper still lias her"’ they had pitched their tent» among my boy' Cool!" he advised
men shall l-e examine«].
"But I have been to his home In the willow« bordering the stream and ful work requires careful action, nnd
TrainJoada of coal cars sidetracked
dyspepsia, to which he bad been sub-
his absence.” said Follett, "and she prepared for a few days’ r<- t after I see now thnt we have a lot of loth
and labeled with placards instructing
je t of late years, has not complained
was not there!"
their Jong siege at the Rtone House. on hand!”
the railroad freight crews to hold the
“He hide her when he go away.” Here game an<l fish were plentiful,
of feeling badly this winter.
The trapper had already Inform««!
consignments indefinitely have be-n
replied the chief "He fear someone and the haunches of deer and ante General Cr<x>k of the entire situation,
sidered he was in better health than
discovered, it was said, by the parties
steal her! Now. me and my men will lope. nnd fish fry« alternating the so far ax he kn«w It. but both were
he had been in for two years past, in
who caused tbe investigation to be
hurry away tonight
W<- will go to feasts on the Ixird of th« Desert's at a loss to understand how Follett
fact. Mr. Tongue attended a dinner
made. It i< also asserted that beyond
hell trap, where soldiers never find fatted bullocks, made a Kurilen ot hail escaped atnl how he ha«l succeed
Saturday evening and did not retire
the city lines on one and probably two
us; and If they find us they ran Eden for the braves. Instead of a ed In enticing Bertha and her com
until a late hour. When he slept late
never get us. Youjake two four, ten "Hell's Trap."
panion from the se«r«t caverns of
roads, countleis tons of coal have lieen
braves, go to trapper's home while
taken from the cars and heaped np ou
Her« they felt safe. In this am- the trapper's home.
nothing was thought of it.
he away and get girl and bring h«r I>hlth«at«r they were Isolatcd from
"We will solve those mvsterlo'is
either si«ie of the tra< ks for three-
At 10 o’clock he received a call from
with you! Hee' make trapper mud. the world, and there were numerous problems later, young man." said the
quarters of a mile. The grand jury
two Oregon friend-, with whom he dis
you get even, and you have white outlets through the rimrocks where general.
"We have practical ones
wished to be informed why the coal b«*«
Egan a good friend ns well they could make their escape If at ahead of us now!"
cussed at length matters of personal
not been brought into the market and
an had enemy "
and political character.
tacked, and they hut ax prisoners
put on sale, thus relieving tie famine.
Within another hour Dnn Follett four cowboys, the onlv persons they fellowship as a chief, and ca«t a vin
stay of these gentlemen
Two thousand persons in Chicago ace
and four of Egan's most stealthy had discovered on their trail from the dictive glance at h's fair captive. The
mained in bed, but rose and dreseed as
suffering from ailments dinetly due
braves were riding across the plains Rtone House, and they now felt as party wax soon dismounted, anil while
ar d safe In this retreat ns If among the Metzker. the cowboy raptlve. wax 1«<I
to «-old an l exposure resulting from tbe
toward the trapper'«
his room. H<* said at the time that hie
Egan and a majority of the chiefs lava lulls of th« Klamath country.
away and bound to a slake where his
coal famine, a cording to the weekly
appetite was not good, and complained
and warriors had qulded the vicinity
bulletin of the health department, is
They regarded a casual lookout ns late friends ha«l been confined. Ber
slightly of dyspepsia. At his request sued today.
of the Rtone Aj Vine a. ..¿'¿-"•ly
*,‘r* being sufficient for their safety from tha wax given a tepee all to her«« If
his daughter, Bertha, brought him a
dw-ert night breefb' ™“y n small surprise. In view of the fact that among tho willows and two lithe
Serious remits are already seen in a
soda solution, which he drank, and re
scouting party remained behind.
hunting parti«« were continually cov some braves were placed ax guards
heavy increase in the death rale, and
Tile cowboys stood at their posts, ering the territory In the Immediate over her.
marked ttiat he thought that aou'd fix
the health departnent brands tbe men
and the lx>r«l of th« Desert kept wat< h vicinity of the camp.
"Thia complicates matters.”
him all right
He went through
respor«-ible for the «¡tuition ax guilty
over all with the vigilance of n
his morning mail, and then lay down
It was a continuous feast and holi General Crook. "I Intended opening
of constructive homicide.
trained general, waiting to see what day for the hunted bandits.
the campaign at daybreak tomorrow
on the couch to read the papers. His
rate last week for children under 5
the early morning would bring,
"I cannot understand why they calf and not leaving one of the red dev'ls
daughter joked with him slightly about
"The birds have flown." wax the this Hell's Trap," said General Crook, to tell the tale, after wltncs’frg the
years old was 19.2 per cent greater than
being sick and too stubborn to have a
first expression of General Crook an he looked down upon the placid butchery of those poor fellows a
in the same week of last year, and
when he arrived In the vicinity of scene.
while ago. but now that canrot bo
among persons over 60 years of age it
the Rtone House
"There are no In
was 36.7 per cent greater.
"There la no reason for It now. It done, for it would hazard the girl's
noticed that her father was breathing
dlana about the place." he said, "hilt Is true," replied
It will never do to
the trapper, "but I safety and life
they may be close at hand,
have seen It when the name of Hells | shoot Into the place while she Is In
NOW SENATOR HEYBLRN.
wait until davllght before wo ap- Trap was not too harsh for It. The It "
alarmed and telephoned at once for a
"I'll rescue her before morning.
number of physicians.
river, now fordable nt most any point,
Before either the doctors or his eon Idaho Legislature Honors Popular Judge
He secreted his men In a trove of rises from I the snow beds of the great General." said the trapper.
of That State.
Junipers on the mountainside, some mountains yonder. The warm south
"It's a ticklish job. young tnan. but
distance from the premises, and wait winds at times start th« snow to melt If you succeed, my men will do the
Boise, Idaho, Jan. 14. -Judge W. B.
Tongue had passed away, having be
ing. and the water comes dashing rest!"
come unconscious at the time heavy Heyburn was yesterday elected United
As soon as th« morning light be down from every point, filling the ra
Night was now coming on. and they
breathing set in. In his late moments States senator by the two houses in
gan to break, the general, accom
returned to the tcmjx>rary quarters of
of consciousness he suffered nothing separate session. He received the vote
pan led by Hammeralcy, began io
¡the great Indian fighter, in a secret
beyond the natural disturbance caused of every Republican member, while rhe
reconnoiter. "1T»e whites are vigi water as suddenly as a cloudburst. It I nook among the rimrocks, there to
by an attack of dyspepsia. He bad no Democratic votes were cast for James
lant.” he remarked, as he pointed to
plan the rescue of the woman, and
The vote in the senate
consciousness of his true condition as H. Hawley.
the rifles In the loopholes In
the bears the appearance of a 'hell's the early morning attack.
he lapsed into insensibility.
Hie end was: Heyburn 15. Hawley 6; in the
‘They arc evidently expecting trap.’
THOMAS II. TONGUE, I.ATE REPRESENTATIVE FROM OREGON.
house, Heyburn 35, Hawley 11; total.
was quiet and peaceful.
"It has always been a great grazing
the Indians, but I ace no cover be
(To bo Continuad >
Heyburn 50, Hawley 17.
hind which the redskins could con place for wild animals of all kinds,
ceal themselves from our view 1 nm nnd th« rise often comes down upon
Thomas H. Tongue, who had attained will be canvassed in joint session today.
advocates making the Philippine is monies would net occur till afternoon.
of the opluion that the red rascals them suddenly nnd fills tho banka
Epeaker Harris announced the joint state prominence long before he be
One woman, according to the New land« an independent nation.
have ‘smelt a mouse’ and left during all around them and breaks across
Stifled by Natural Oss.
to canvass the vote for gov came a national figure, was born in
James H. Peabody ha« been inaugur
the night. We must communicate the narrow neck yonder, imprisoning
Jan. 15.—A special to the
ated governor of Colorado. He is the
with the whites as quickly as possi them completely before they have
ents were Anthony and Rebecca (Law- Tribune from St. Marvfs W. Va., sevs:
ble and get on the trail. Can't you time to escape No living thing can went the other day to buy a simple hat first Republican govtrnor for many crats and two Republicans. The can
vass ng committee retired to one corner eon) Tongue, and be was their only Nearly the entire gallery audience at
and looked over a large variety, all years.
creep up near that guard and man ford the river during the rises.
He was educated in England the Auditorium theater, as well as the
of the hall, procured a table aqd there, child.
age to communicate with him?"
"The Indiana make It a point to decorated with cberrlea. grapes. straw-
Wash- with Secretary of State Dunbar, began until his 15th year, when his parents member« of tbe company on the stage,
"That wilt lie easy." replied the
Washington were overcome by the fumes of natural
trapper, and he started In a stooping stand guard outside, and ax soon as
"No, I don’t want any of these." salj ington, has introduced a bill in con to open the sealed envelopes from the emigrated directly
gress making the mining districts of various county clerks containing a cer county, Oregon, where they located gas here last night during a perform
posture, keeping himself well hidden the water la at Its highest they rush she. putting them aside.
through the current overflowing the
ti fie«l statement of the votes of the sev on a farm several miles north of Hills ance. Two of the actresses are at the
behind the runty Junipers.
"Perhaps you would prefer this clue Alaska voting districts.
The returns were al boro, where the parents yet reside. hotel with only slight chances of re
“Hello," there!" spoke th« trapper neck and xlkughter the animals by ter of currants!" suggested tbs mil
Many measures are being introduced most precisely the same as the on- Y'oung Tongue had had fairly good ad covery. Many of the spectators in the
In a low tone, at a short distance the wholesale. In this manner they liner.
from the man at the loophole
"No. nor squashes nor encumbers. legislatures. While some of them are official record tabulated by Secretary vantages in the English schools and as balcony and gallery were overcome aa
food. Thia has given It the name of
The astonished guard looked In a •Hell’s Trap.”’
These things nre very necessary on tbs important, tbe majority are of little Dunbar, except that an error of 40 soon as he arrived in Hillsboro he they sat in their suats and had to be
votes bad been made in the Furnish worked incessantly to give himself a carried outside, where, however, they
dozen different directions In an In
After a few minutes In silence Gen- dlpner table, but I object to them on consequence.
vote for Malheur county, The figures finished education. Attending district soon recovered. The theater is heated
eral Crook remarked that there piy bend."
"I nm the trapper returned from seem <1 to be four canyons, or out
A Burlington passenger train left '.he show that Furnish received an aggre school on the North Tualatin plains and lighted by natural gas, and an
"But they are so fnshlonnble!"
overflow of unconsumed gas caused the
the fort with aid. Tell the Lord of lets from the place, through the walls
"Never mind. I draw the line at fruit track near Alton, 11L, while running 50 gate of 41,611 votes, and Chambeilain for several years, he finally concluded
the Desert I wUh to speak with him," of the rimrocks, besides the main and vegetables.”
He began trouble.
Speaker to take a collegiate course
miles an hour.
The engineer was 41,857, a plurality of 246.
entrance through the "strait," or
killed and six of the train crew seri Harris then performed briefly and school at Pacific university under
Cuba Favors Treaty.
But the trapper showed him
In a few momenta thia personage neck
without flourish his duty of declaring gieat difficulties, graduating with high
A Gastronomic Frat.
Jan. 15.—Domingo Mendes
was at the loophole and llammersley the fifth.
George E. Chsmlierlain duly elected
At a little schoolhouse In the north
walked to the place, being well
Independent cigar dealers from most governor of Oregon. Committees were university he commenced the study of Capote, president of the senate and a
"To make a wholesale capture." re
shielded from the main points of the marked the general. "I will have to of Scotland the schoolmaster keeps his of the large cities met in Chicago and named to notify the retiring and incom law under Hon W. D. Hare, and so apt member of the foreign relations com
station me nat all of those points and boys grinding steadily at their desks, formed an organization to fight the to ing governors that the legislature was a scholar was he that he was admitted mittee, has completed his report on the
He has informed
Daylight was rapidly coming on. charge In over the 'neck.' My men but gives them permission to nibble bacco trust which is said to have con ready to receive them, and then the to the bar in 1870
I from tbelr lunch baskets sometimes as trol of the retail trade.
and the Ixird of the Desert, upon will nrrlvo about midnight, and
He early espoused the principles of the correspondent of the Associated
joint convention took a recess til) 2:15
consulting his men. soon concluded will then require your assistance In they work.
the Republican party, by which party Press that his report recommends tbs
that the Indians had made their es stationing the men for an early morn
Both houses of congress adjourned
Ons «’«y. while the master was In
he was several times honored by nomi ratification of the treaty in toto and
At 2:15 the procession of state officers
The guards, however.
were ing attack," he continued.
structing a class In tbs rule of three, out of respect to the late Representative
nations to prominent official positions, without amendment. The report will
certain that some of the Indians had
filed down the aisle. It was headed by
Before the trapper had time to re
serving locally as a member of tbs be submitted immediately to the fall
rcmnlned until a lute hour In th«- I spond, If he had Intended to reply, a he noticed that one of his pupils was
Governor Geer, followed by Governor
committee, which is expected to report
morning .as they had
seen sight caught the eyes of both men paying more attention to a small tart
Fire in the Washoe smelter, at Ana elect Chamerlain. Then came the leg council of Hillsboro, also as mayor of to the senate this week. Senor Capote
skulking about the place Just before that riveted their attention In tho than to ills lesson.
conda, Mont , resulted in an estimated islative committee and the chief justice
board for six consecutive years
In believes there will not be discussion of
•Tom Bain." said the schoolmaster, damage of (30,000.
1888 he was elected to the state senate the matter either by the committee or
A short reconnoitre was made and
They placed their field glasses to
After all had taken their seats, Gov and served on the judiciary and other the senate.
‘Tm listening, str." said the boy.
James Davis, sheriff of Bingham
General Crook was lnfornij>d of tho their eyes and a groan escaped simul
“Listening, are ye?” exclaimed ths county, Idaho, is said to lie (4,330 ernor Geer delivered his farewell ad important committees.
His men wocdtli Itlth«<l In taneously from each. The sight that
Santa Fe Ready to Compromise. '
dress, occupying about an hour.
side the atone we..
„..„„„..JiK the c, creeled
He was chairman of the Republican
—leteil them him
often been seen on master; "then ye're listening wl' one short in hie accounts.
oath of office was then administered to stale convention held at Portland in
---------- Human beings enr an’ entlng pie wl’ the other!"—Lon
Topeka, Kan., Jan. 15.—The griev
prepare their breakfast and trf take put to torture by savages, In full
Extreme cold weather continues Chamberlain, and immediately after 1890, and was a delegate.to the national ance committee of the Santa Fe con
don Tld Bits.
a few hours' rest.
view of friends who were unable to
throughout the Middle West and in the new governor delivered his inaug convention of the party at Minneapolis ductors and biakemen organizations, in
ural addi ess.
In tho metntlnie, the general hold render them aid!
tense suffering is caused to the poor.
in 1892. In 1895 he was a candidate session here, were today notified by
an Interview with the Ixvril of the
The savages marched forth Into an
for United States senator, when Me General Manager Mudge, of the Santa
Desert and began preparations to opening four white men In single file
Must Protect Seal Industry.
Bride was elected, in 1896 Mr. Tongue Fe, that Third Vice President Kendrick
pursue the Indians as soon
as their arms bound to their sides, and the New English Dictionary, Dr. Mur leaders of the two houses, congress will
Washington, Jan. 16. — Because of was elected to the Fifty-fifth congress, would confer with them regarding an
pasx a bill suspending the import duty
his men were refreshed,
Scouts each being lod by a painted war
threatened invasion in the Alaksa seal defeating Binger Hermann for the increase in wages. No action on the
word "omnibus" which neatly tell tbe on coal.
were sent out upon their trail, under rior.
invitation was taken, but it is expected
industry by the Japanese, the state nomination.
tho leadership of the never sleeping
The general and the trapper Imme birth story of the vehicle. In a memor
The body of the late Representative . department has opened negotiations
During the six years that he sat in the conference will be held in Chicago
but over-frosh Hammersley. and they diately recognized the mon as four of andum to the chairman of the Board of
The men are
soon struck the trail and sent word the cowboys who had been sent out Rtamps, dated April 3, 1829, Mr. Tongue was escorted to his old home that will induce that government to congress, Mr. Tongue did great work for some time next week.
back to the Rtone House accordingly. on tho trail of the Indians from the Rhllllhecr stated: "1 am • • • en at Hillslxiro by tlie family and a con make a treaty by which vessel» flying Oregon. He never lost an opportunity holding out for 20 per cent inetease.
When General Crook
Informed Rtone House. This la the first that gaged In building twu vehicles after gressional committee consisting of Rep the tlag of that country rhall lie pro* to secure appropriations for the rivers
To Work for 1905 Fair.
Martin Lyle of the episode with Dnn either had known of their fate. Gen the manner of the recently established resentatives Moody, of Oregon Bishop, bibite,! from taking seals within the and harbors and for other purposes.
Follett, the Lord of tho Desert went eral Crook, as well as tho trapper, French Omnibus, which when complet of Michigan; Davidson, of Wisconsin; 60-mi Io limit.
The treasury depart When the house committee on rivers
Boise, Jan. 14.—O. L. Mllier arrived
Ramsdell, of Louisiana, and Bellamy, ment has been informed by revenue and harbors^was out here a year ago, today from Baker City to join C. H.
to his treasury and found a largo had supposed that all of tho men wore
sum of his money missing. Ho Ini- safe. The latter had not seen these ed 1 propose starting on the I’nddington of North Carolina.
cutter officers that 16 or more Japanese Mr. Tongue accompanied the members Mclsaacs in the interests of the Lewis
camo frantic. He wanted to go to men since two days before, but he Rond." Mr. Hhlii'beer was as go d ns
The government of India will l>e vessels took seals in the prohibited on their trips up and down the Colum and Cark exposition. They are meet
the fort and lynch tho half-breed; supposed that they had either lost
called upon to pay over (5,000,000 for area, but that no seizures weie made bia, and gave them the necessary in ing with every encouragement.
but General Crook Informed him the trail or were loitering somewhere July 4 appeared the paragraph: "The
as there was no agreement with Japan. formation needed.
seems no doubt that an appropriation
that, they had "whole” breeds to deal dose at hand among tho rimrocks. new vehicle, culled the omnibus, com the expenses of the Delhi pageant.
will be made, but opinion differs wide
with Just now, and that ho would But they had noted Indlacreetly and menced running thia morning from I'nd-
The plague in Mexico is becoming
Fatal Explosion at Powder Warks.
Admiral Melville Retires.
ly as to the amount. Some think (25,-
tako up Follett's case later.
had been entrapped by the Indiana, dlngton to the city.”
serious, several cases having appeared
Vancouvor, B. C.,Jan. 16.—Through
Washington, Jan. 13.—Rear Admiral 000 all that can be afforded, while oth
llammersley, at the head of tho and wore now alxmt to pay their laat
in towns other than the ones where it an explosion this morning in the gun George W. Melville, chief of the bureau ers are willing to make the amount con
band of cowboys, hsd followed tho earthly penalty.
Dairying In Ituaai«.
first broke out.
cotton room of the Hamilton Powder of steam engineering, has been placed siderably higher.
trail of the Indians all day nnd kept
The mode of the American savage's
Ths dairy schools of Russia hare
General CJpook posted. Tho latter torture of his prisoners Is well known. brought thnt country to the front nt
The tax rolls of New York show that company's works at Northfiel 1 seven on the retired list of the navy, having
Brings Soldiers from Philippines — -
moved out with his command from It has been described often enough, one of the foremost producers of but
Andrew Carnegie’s personal property is lives were instantly extinguished, ami reached the age limit of 62 years.
Ran FreneS------ * - ’•nY *rt‘cle «I
the Rtone H oii - a at sunset, Intending with Its harrowing variations. Tho
ter, cheese and milk In the world.
greater than that of any one else. He
to trave.’ Ercsno ¿U
nH 1° keep the Bnake Indian was the most cruel, and
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about the works more or leas seriously invoked to »11°'
is assessed at (5,000,000.
Intlto“’ - „
He started In thia case his Incentive waa great
were sblppi., rn))n(l(| chRH,,H Mnny of his companions had fallen
(ila|<,yflWW I ;"n
man to whom she la Introduced, "You
cm GallRirnla. -n until ho before tho loopholes at the., «p/.
~.| •----- claiming
•ok Just like a fr.loB)l„<rfv„<r
- --------- wbo gave «Il
men had firtC-
G. W. Be ver of Hill'borr?,' House. Thcso
,|,.4ribe<l lands are requested to fils A
rJw>, • They uro eve help- great promise of becoming an orna- ilescri
if right; eve huruLuid headache ment to the profession of which the their claimsm thi.l offi« on or before.
wai here for a week inveatigntlfig the er«
practicability of tho proposed ifrlgat- maker» if wrong.
i left for Portland Monday fits them right.
T. H. TONGUE DEAD
LORD OF THE DESERT
By PAUL de LANEY
>».t ««•'« loir “«"*•
Travelers conveyed to all points at reas<
o. Ü. w. BUILDING, care given to stock.
R. W. MARPLE