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KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON,
aa they went out and snufTed up the hsr*lly fair. 1 n**y ought to ha»» apok*a
FLOODS IN SOUTH.
»«I et, Imhuy ulr of th«» beautiful oven t*> us
It it wv'll Bid auiua way to pun
lug, Lo iUe chipped her hands nu I pro
Senate Naval Commit “
Cloudbursts In Kentucky and Tennessee
piH>od a giimo of "bide sud seek.” ’i'h»»
l h>/ th, ti went luto tho hull»«, bitt
Ships of HtM
Put Whole Towns Under Water.
others shouted acquiescence, fill I <’V« n II •Ither was there.
GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF THE
the old mnn whs bound to join In th"
"Mhy, It'« futiuy l»u't It, Goupart’/"
H'ashingon, Feb. I
Izmisville, Ky., March 3.—The an
upoit. Louise iiml her brother kn< w nil
"It 1«, surely."
coin trutte*' beliqB
the hiding plnees within the « n* I >suie,
"I II «tar* itj* some of the hoyw."
im I the former pulled Louis aside, find
damage to railroads and crops, and at
Hale, that the b.ittlexB
Ant aceordlu^iy, half n dozen of th»
uliHptri’d merrily with him.
tii'ii win- », nt out in differrut part» of
times inflicts Ions of life, has left this
rents the most perfect ■
"Now, non«» of that,*’ said Goipart
th** rm lo.iiru to Inform th» hiders that ,’omprchcnslve Review of the Import
Endorses Governor Taft's Urgent Call for
today, and m co®|
"none of thnt! It Is not fair for you to th*- gain» »'»< iqi. But they returue'l
ant Happening« ot the Past Week,
a Reduction of Tariff Governor Says
coiHpIro iigninst in«».
If you two put l iiitl*-«». It wa« oi l Tony who anno inc-
Presented In Condensed Form, Mos*
Famine Will Come If Action is Not
your heads together I'll go nnd «’htiriwr ■■I that they louliln'l la* found, The
rain, with an accompaniment of high
old Tony to «oine and help uio. Now niarqnia g.izt d upon Goupart, ami Goll-
Prompt Filipinos Have Suffered Long
winds. Accideuts last night and this
four nex ships of tfl
part K>zid upon th» uiarquia, aul th ua
Scries of Calamities.
But the only answer ho received wiis a they »too l for «out» momenta.
morning directly attributable to the
rather than the heavier®
joyous lung'll ns Louise run au ny to dr«
"Ito you think any danger *an have
vided for in the house til
CHAPTER VII (Continued.)
herself for th«» out-door sport.
Extra sestion of senate will lie called nine persons and injury of 29.
M’ashington, Feb. 28.—The (.resi
befallen them?" whispered the youth,
"Speak to me, l.ottl»»," uttered Goll-
program is smaller bfl
with ii trcinblliig'lip.
yeaterday sent the following mt»-
part, now «pcsklng quickly atti eagerly,
The iiigoii ro«1u high In th«» h«»«v«nt,
Three deaths, together with a Jong
"I don’t think there could," returni-d
more of them, the housefl
"and tell me If you bars forgotten tho»» and her fa<»e win but slightly tiirne«! th** old man, nervously. "But we must
The Cuban congress has fixed five list of injured, were brought about by rage to the senate:
ing provided for two )ai*M
word« I used to apeak. Hai» you tor
away from «»arrli. In the wide courtyard aeari-b."
“f have just received a cable from
an accident on the Southern railway
When the bili passa» J
th«» merry voir«»* rung tunefully out upon
111 a »cry few moment» the whole
Henator Aldrich promises tariff revis early this morning, when a train bound Governor Taft which runs as follow»:
•'No not one."
th«» calm niglu air, and the glud uot« a household was In alarm. Th« »turilhix
goes to conference, there *
"Thru lot me «|i<-ak them again. Lot wer«» caught up nnd Hung back by the ml v*nt urn with the Indian« »ont» time
“ ‘Necessity for patnage house tariff
east from Chattanooga ran into a wash
ability of the senate provi
me now «peak them as olio who knows distnut forest.
Gales off the French coast have out near I^eonore City, Tenn. Six per bill most urgent. The conditions of
la-fore hid prepared the mln!» of the
th» ways of life; and to one who can
tained, or at least the aq
Away over ths brow of n gtinle bill, people for an easy acre»» of fear, and as caused serious damage to shipping.
judge for heraelf of tho deep meaning where a copse of beautiful m aria tre« s • ><*n a* It wa« known that Loul» and
sons were drowned while trying to cross productive industry and business con two or more ships of the
that pnaalng years have gl’eti to all Illuso were left Ntnnding, moved many dark
The health of the pope is not to good, the Ohio near Hickman, Ky., the swift siderable worse than in November, the
Loul»» were mil to be found, con»t»raa-
Senator Hale says thè
emotlous that have outlived the destroy
objects. 'I hey w«*re crouching in th«» tion wa» depicted upon every face. Hux» but alarming rumors are discredited.
current carrying their boat into some date of the last report, and growing perfect warship in existen*
lug wear of time. * In the heart where wood, nnd lUienlng to th«» shouts that landlea of plt> h wood were alweya kept
thine Image we« flrat * tishrlm d, n»ne oth cnine from the distant dwelling. Anon
driftwood, and five persons were hurt
Iti readlne»« to be iise*l lu ca»** of alarm the seating of Reed Smooh, of Utuh.
the Oregon, and the cotin
er has ever come. I have ,h**rl«)ie*l your th«’y gathered together sud «•onversvd in
at night, and some of theae were lighted,
in a tornado which passed over Hickory sugar and tobacco prices, due to ex- better than to add other
sweet face, ami In humble prayer have I a st range tongue, mid then they moved
An agreement has liwn reach».I lie Ixivel, Ga , this morning. The damage pei tation of tariff law. The interest*
and soon the whole liouaehold were lu the
begged that I might a*-** you on e imo.- slowly up the hillside, mid crept dowui
class to the navy as soon
»de court. They divided at the barn, tween the Santa Fe rai ma* I and the
on earth. Agni, at times, my soul has towards the rum ftehl. On they inov«-d,
to railroad property is large, and the of Filipinos in sugar and tobacco exten
nml In fifteen mlnuti-a they all met the e trainmen.
been wild mouth In Its flights of liopv like specters in th«» moonlight, until tlo-y
FIKE EATS UP MILI
ago n. But they had found nothing
inconvenience to the public is consid
to picture that one m**«t holy thought of neared the high barricade, and then s«-t
Fire at Halifax, N . H.. destroyed
I’ale and trembling, the old man turn
all life uuloti with the dearly love I one. tied lower down and crept on like hug«*
>•<1 to the gate. It wa» locked, but tl.e >300,001) worth of property. Three
Sweeps Through Business C*
M'heti my feet first touched tin », «holes, cats approach 114 th-lr prey. Htralght
Cloudbursts are reported in Kentucky of tobacco factories will have to close
bolt» were not »hot. He »-ailed for the firemen were seriously injured.
cinnatl with Disastrous I
1 dreamed not that I was near to th ■■*. they moved towards the p<mt«»in, an I
and many sugar haciendas will be put
Fire at Hasting , Neb , destroyed and Tennessee, and it is feared there up for talc at a «a* rifice if the bill does
But I found you. and ber» I «ul me 'town th«’fr they lay, b<n«*nlh the wooih-li wall,
Cincinnati, Feb. 28. — «
«non flung open, and the tori-hea flash«**!
to pray with more of hope, «ml tu hope and llstrne.l to the merry v«j|ces from
worth of property and for a has been some loss of life in the affect
this morning flame ;
with mon* of promise. Ami now, Ixilliae, within Kuon one of them arose to bls out upou
In Middelsboro, Ky.,
cry time threatened tire destruction of tl.e ed regions.
let me aak you, aa I have asked you a feet. He was In the shade of th«* wall, building»
in the cellar of Geor*,
every house in the lower section of the
bun Ired times before, w ill y ou be iny but yet th«» many ro!oro«j pnlnt upon bls from old
grocery in the Pike building Sf
qul* k aa
place was flood* d and every merchant
dark skin could be seen, and th«» dusky
and a tnenilier of congress for several suffered damage to slock. Near Ander islands. General bueinet-s stagnant. street, lietween Vine and H' s -. m
"Goupart, I have a father who»» every browed warrior was no more com eale«!* able.
Is It?" the latter asked.
terms, is seriously ill at his home at
earthly wish la for the g,s*d of bls chil
hour later there was an •. ’
'They were nil a acore of them painted
"Bea thnt foot!” the Lla-k man gasp I
son, Tenn., a cloudburst carried away a All political parties, including labor
• vllle, JU.
dren. and not for worlds would J I
’* In life same fantastic mi<nn«r, nnd the
supposed to come from liquor
<■<!, trembling like an aspen.
quarter of a mile of track on the Nash
"I understand." said Ht Drills, a« th» same dusky hue marked the brow of
“M'hat of It?"
The Montana legislature has added
tariff bill. Effect of its failure very age, and the flames soon after-
maiden heallated mi I stopped "And be each. He wh«» had ariseii to bis fret pro
“It had no heel! It is the print of a >7,000 to its fair appropriation, This ville, Chattano'iga & St. Louie railroad.
assured that I would uot aak, even for du«»ed something from hla poii«4i, nnl
up through the roof of tha fl
make« >12,000 to lie used fcr St. I-ouis High waters carried away three bridges
life Itself at thy hands, against thy no
stone front building, and frj
applied It to th«» lock uf the heavy post
M'hile the people were crowding about and Portland expositions.
and a trestle on the Tennessee Central,
l>le father's wish. Bot suppose I ask ern It wan a key! Ami how came that
the »pot, one of the women found an
dorsee in the strongest manner all that
him ami be blds me take you?"
near Crab Orchard, Tenn., and dam Governor Taft has said, and states that time on for several hours the
child of th«» forest by the key of Bt. Ju
arrow, ami in a moiueut more a moi-ca
•'Then I am by hl« permission only lien's gate?
gaii's new library building at the rear aged other bridega.
■In was picked up.
he has the gravest apprehensions as to
what In heart I have been for year» "
The flames destroyed half a ’
A short time longer those two «nt there,
A steamer was blown against the the damage that may come to the
East Thirty-sixth street is nearing com
center of the business distrl
ami their w ord« In I a solemn. prayerful Hark! Yrs they are all there upon the aa coon »•* he anw the moccaaln.
Southern railway draw bridge over the
"<) heaven»!*' gasped Brlon Ht. Ju pletion. It will cost >300,000.
duction in the tariff levied against caused a loss of over >2,000,001
raat, such as marks the holiest gratitude other al l«» of the bows«». They have just
Big Bee river, in Alabama, sending f’bilippinee goods coming into the
of the human sotti; ami «« they walked found Goupart, and are n<»w drugging
The senate refuses to consider the |>art of the structure to the bottom.
burning embers were carried foi
But he quickly revived, for
towards the house, they spoke not of the him forth from his biding pls«»e.
United States. I very earntetly ask
Carefully tho Indian turns th«» key in the thought of pursuit cauie to him. Gon-
Kentucky suburbs being I
subject upon which their life Joys hung
Landslides occurred in two tunnels that this matter receive the ,immediate
part ha»t*-ne*l the men to pursuit In wild,
the lock, but th«* gate Is fast, m-d within
It was already dusk when they reach
them. The fire departrr s
on the Southern railway, near Harri
I ht’ bsgVJ !••■!» li. in
• n BttfOij t>**
»■I the hall, ami while Imulse went to re
and destroyed >31,000 worth of prop
Covington, Newport and o»he?
prayed for be granted.
mov« her moccasin», Ht. Denis went to
“As congress knows, a series of ca
seek Brlon Hl. Julien. He fonili him In there In no time to be lust. Th«» r«»d men told the hour of four In thr morning, the
All streams are bankful, the Ala lamities has befallen the Philippine tucky towns came to the assists
then party returned to the house, pale and fa
Two masked men held up the post
the local firemen, but it was now
"How now. Giuipart?" cried the old <>ne of thmi bends upon bls knees, and tigued. The first gray atreaka of dawn master at Bisbee, Aria., and secured bama rising 19 feet .at Millsted, near people. Just as they were emerging fore their combined efforts had th
Montgomery, during the night. Flood
man. as his young friend took a »eat.
under control. Crews were at wefl
shoulders, hr arises. They are both tall msrqul« and Goupart atood In the sitting
“What has hapi«W I? Any m»r» In
The president is determined on an warnings were sent out by the Mont warfare, with the accompanying de the time on the roofs of the eurr
room. Our of the woinrn brought In a
struction of property and the breaking
diana? MTiat on earth makes you look
The Missis of the bonds of social order and the ing buildings, and a general confl
panion’s nhoiildrra cannot «pilte reach th«» lamp, and the youth started when he »aw extra session of xmgress unless the gomery weather bureau.
tion was narrowly averted.
tops of the stout plck«*tn. Another mail how pale hl» host looked. Ami St. Ju- Cuban and Panama canal treaties are sippi has reached the danger point at
habits of peaceful industry, there oc
"It la a deep and sober subject which la stands firmly by th»» side of the lower one Ib-n started, too; for he looked Into hla ratified.
It was perhaps the greatest scar
on my mimi," answered the youth.
several places, but the levees are hold curred an epidemic of rinderepest which city ever had. and it was thong
and then hr above places on«» foot upon companion’s face, ami It looked terror-
"Then out with It, for I am father con
destroyed 90 per cent of the caribouc, one time that the entire business I
the second shoulder thus offered him. stricken even to death.
Kan., blew up, killing four men and ing. The Ohio is rising.
the Philippine cattle, leaving the peo tion of the city was doomed, and !
They spoke not a word. Th» old man
Now a third man springs nimbly up, and
Ht. Deni« knew the marquis too well to having mounte«! upon the shoulders of mare*! forward ami extended his hand,
ple without draft animals to till the
hesitate, and be spoke bol.Jy «ml to the him who atnnls thus elevate«!, he gaim and ou the next moment hla hea*l wa»
that the Mississippi river is nearly a lands or to aid in the ordinary work of would have been the case if there
been brisk winds.
ths top of the barricade, and In a mo pillowed upon Goupart'» shoulder, and to M'ashington against the seating ot foot above the danger line and is farm and village life.
The extent of
"My frieud," he said, "that I low «*1
ment more be drops upon the ground «mb deep, mighty soba broke forth from
slowly rising to the levee top.
River the disaster can be seen from the fact
FATAL BLAZE IN NEW YORK.
ery member of your Immediite family within. H«M>n ths postern is opened and hie lips that It aeeuied a» though ii < Senator ele< t Reed Smoot, of Utah.
must tie apparent to you. but ) on »1.1 six m«»n enter, leaxlng th«» remaining on«*1« heart were rent In sunder. Ami one by
men say the situation there is assum that the surviving caribous have in
creased over tenfold in value. At the Eight-Story Building Totally Dcntro
Two robliers blew open the safe of ing a serious aspect.
not lie Jealous If I also lu form you that without, and then the gate Is almo-t
nc the eager servant» came luto that
my love for lauti»» is rather stronger closed, and thus held, so that it can be room, for they dared not yet truat th.-m- Hubbard's private bank
at Cedar gineers fear that some of the levees same time a peculiar oriental horse dis
and One Fireman Killed.
than for any one »la».”
■elves to steep. They »food am! wltne»» Springs, Mich., and secured between may weaken when the full sweep of the ease became epidemic, further crip
oprn<M when lived cotnra.
Feb. 28.— Several firetr
Ht. Julien »rose »ud place,I Ill« hand
Away towards the stable thrs«» specters ed the great grief of their loved master, 1400 and |500.
rising waters is felt.
opou the youth'» be»il, and, while biz glide, au 1 .unit they ar. bidden; for they, ami with one accord they wept with him.
already reduced by various causes to were hurt, one fatally, at a fire in •
tear« (•there*! In bl« eye«, be «aid:
but a fourth of its original size, has eight atory building at Broadway nl
To Colonel Cody was presented a
to'*, will play at th. gain, that th» pal.* Truly that was a dark hour!
JAILER IS SLAIN.
'Goupart. my noble boy, you have
l>een damaged by locusts so that the Thirteenth street, early today.
(To be continued.)
handsome tea and coffee service by the
fa* **, bar» Mt ou foot.
mail» me the happiest ot in, u it. I have
price of rice has nearly doubled.
whole staff of the M’ild M'est show, in
privye-l for th!« moment ninny a time,
Prisoner In an Olympia Jail Murders His
“Under these circumstances there is
London in celebration of bis 57th
Many tliii.a had Goupart hld*l<*n, anil
and now It hn« come. Atnoug nil my a*-
Keeper and Escapes to the Woods.
imminent danger of a famine in the Captain John Andreise, of an engiu
quaintanc«*», you were the only olie t>* a. many tltm-« had hr li.cn riislly foitn I Th-y Halt Heard of City Frauds and birthday.
Olympia, Mash., March 2.—In a islands. Congress is in course of gen company, while at work at the fire, fe
whom my hopes could turn. You «hnll Ami now hg an*l tho uiarqnls eho.c to
hi<l» togothor. and after a <l«al of about-
The Chhago grand jury returned 75 desperate and bloody encounter with a erously appropriating >3,000,000 to through an open ehaft, atriking on hi
take niy child, nn l you «hall inks tin-
1 aui growing lazy. If not old. mxl t* t Ing. th» brother ami aider pull them out advertising dodge that caused these indictments against the operators of prisoner in the county jail yesterday meet the immediate needs, but of in
slot machines as a resrlt of a crusade
dispensable and pre eminent need is bead. He «lied shortly^ after bein;
much longer will Hinton remain with me." from behind th» thick cluster uf vines
two young women to think they had instigated by the Hyde Park protective afternoon Jailer David Morrell was the resurrection of productive industry taken to the hospital.
“Ah." uttered the youth, with « l« o. that grow agalu«t the garden fence. Next
l.oula and f<oula» •camper sway, laugh- ls*en "bunkoed" and likely to get into association.
beaten'on the head with a lead pipe, from the prostration into which it has
of relief, "1« Hlmon n dug?"
A dozen firemen were at work on th*
Ing au I clapping their hamla. for the difficulties. The "dodge" consisted In
"Yea. He Isn't Just the man for me
floor, when a part of the fireproof
Policeman John Ritchey, of Denver,
I will n**t have di««, n«lon, and «o we utter il.llglit ut thr father, when the; a 15 minute vaudeville performance
The murderous erated.
fell. Battalion Chief Gooderson
keep peace; but yet mu, h of my nephew's purposely l»t him find thrtn. ha. warmed w hich one of the big retail houses put was dangerously wounded while at the floor of the jail.
“I ask the action in the tariff matter,
conduct make« me nervou«. 1 do uot like them Into almost a frenzy of Joy.
prisoner was an ignorant Swede named not merely from the standpoint of a was knocked unconscious by a piece of
on In a room In Its building to amuse tempting to arrest a lone bighayman.
“Stop atop!" cried th. marquis. «■ his
bl« plan« »bout Hie estate, ami yet lie
customers and to make people talk
Christ Benson, in jail for grand lar wise government policy, but as a meas tile.
Fireman Daniel Foley’s right
A bill to exempt t>eet sugar factories
•hows «n abrupt, willful spirit if I offer * hlldrrn »tart. "!«n t It I e oming too
about the store.
• word ot expostulation He •<■* in« li. ut ■lamp for you Loul«*-?"
from taxation for a period of five years ceny. Benson escaped, leaving the in ure of humanity in response to an ap leg was broken.
The two young women were from was killed in the M'isconein assembly. ner and outer doors of the jail open peal to which this great people should Kinsch and Thomas Nix fell from a
“(>, no! N. »r fear for me."
on realitlng nil the ready money he can
M'e have assumed ladder and broke their legs, and a piece
“But th» *lew 1« now fairly ivet ttp*>n one of the suburbs of the city, and on
from the pin.» without the Irnst r. »■ ird
and the door of the steel tank, contain not close its ears.
th** lookout for traps and »harpers.
Startling disclosures in 8t. Louis of
res(>onsibility toward the Philippines of cornice crushed Fireman Joeeph
to Its future worth and Improv cm, nt. I th. gra««. ami I fear you'll take cold.
do not Ilk» It. Yen, yea Hinn n mu»t
“No no. father!" eric« th*- Joyniia girl. Hnvlug finished their shopping they a system of traffic in young women, ing seven other prisoners, unlocked. which «• are in honor bound to ¡fulfill. Kimmet's foot.
"Don't let the first * hlll frigtit* ti you."
seek •omo other borne.”
Sparrs from the horning building
were In the elevator on their way out under police protection, are to l>e made Benson is still at large.
M’e have the specific duty of taking
“M'.ll go thia i'll.», r.tul then we'll wlmn the elevator man called:
"Ilark!" interrupted Goupart. “What
by the grand jury as the result of a raid
Jack Kahla, a trusty in the main cor every measure in our power to see to ws’e blown toward the Morton boose,
wa» that noise?"
go In. I'm growing chill ami cold."
"All out here to see the famous on retorts.
ridor of the jail, gave the alarm at the their prosperity. The first and moet •t Broadway and Fourteenth street,'
"Ay yon »hall ha*c a Job bpforn you
"I heard nothing," »aid the old man.
important step in this direction has and the 200 guests of that hotel who
Mills been accomplished by the joint action had been aroused by the fire engines
The Great Falls, Mont., land office nearby home of Sheriff Mills.
“laH me look a moment." And tints flml ua. Now wati h for the word."
Away they w* nt tonar.la th. b.irn.
•peaking, the yourb went to the door
has received word from Washington of was absent, but Mrs. Mills seized a of the military and civil authorities in all went down to the street for safety.
•nd looked out. But he siw nothing !!*• ami a» they turned the angle of the young women left lhe car. and found the return of about 1,000,000 acres of revolver, ran to the jail and held at bay securing peace and civil government.
•tepped out Into the entry; but there whs house, nn I were thus lost to eight, Gou themselves In a little theater, says the land in Northern Montana to entry the tank prisoners until help arrived
Dr. Gatling Is Dead.
The wisdom of congress at the present
New York Times. It was dimly light under the general land laws.
•o on* there. "I inunt have been nils
The county commissioners have de session has provided for them a stable
Feb. 28.—R. J. Gatling,
ed. had a small stage, a smaller orches
taken,” he »nld. an he returned to the
cided tc offer a reward of >300 for Ben
"Ay." retiirneil tin* old mnn "Thl« <|ew trn and chairs In which a uumlier of
library and closed tho door after bint.
One man waB killed, one fataUy in son’s capture, and unless this is effect government, but there remains vital inventor of the Gatling gun, died here
need that one thing further shall be
Ah! be did not look lu the right place. la falling fa«t, for I can feel the damp- people had seated themselves. Sud- jured and four others more or lees seri
today at the home of his son-in-law,
Had he cast bln eye« up to the leillng. nc«« on my feet. While wi* were excited deni; an Idea occurred to one of the ously hurt in a freight wreck on the ed liefore tomorrow, will ask Govrenor done. The calamities which have be
fallen them as alxive enumerated could Hugh I’. Pentecost. Dr. Gatling died
hs would have aeon a «mall hole where
Pennsylvania road at Kitanning Point,
ths host once had a copper pipe load only I feared that J.oulae might take
have been avoided by no human wis very suddenly in the arms of bis daugh
"Helen," she whispered to her com- seven miles west of Altoona, Pa.
Killed In Their Sleep.
down to fee,I a showering bath. Ami had ■onio col*!; ami you know that would not
dom. They cannot |be completely re ter, Mrs. Hugh O. Pentecost. At 1:15
pnnl> n. "this is some trap that we have
ho but gone up Into the small ¡timber be plcuannt.”
The New York Metropolitan museum
Syracuse, N. Y., March 3.—The paired, but their sufferings can be
room overhead, he would have found n
"No," »«Id Goupart and th. tom* of fallen Imo. I know mnmma told me of of art has received >500 of a donation Southwestern Limited on the New York greatly alleviated and a permanent bas o’clock Dr. Gatling returned home
men there, lying tint, like n serpent, with III« vol*'» allowed that he. too, hail enter a similar case once. When she and which will in time aggregate >6,000,- Central railroad, west
bound, was is of future prosperity assured if the from a trip down town. Being 84
his eye to thnt small aperture; ami he taincil tome fenra. "Hark!" lie added
papa were «¡tending their houeymoon 000, made by the late Jacob 8. Rogers, wrecked at the East Syracuse yards to economic relations of the islands with years of age and accustomed to resting
would have seen nt n glance thnt the "I think I hoard them cull. Ah, they'»** twenty three years ago nt Niagara
the millionaire locomotive builder, of night in collision with freight ears, the United States are put upon a satis after any physical effort, he told his
watcher could both see a ml hear all that got aomv deep hiding place this time, for I’it Ils they went Into a show that was
daughter he would lie down. Shortly
Paterson, N. J.
and three tritinmen lost their lives. factory basis.
transpired In the library I
I heard the voice aa though It wire
nil Just ns lids Is. On the outside
afterward he commenced to breathe
Three other trainmen were severely in
•tilled. But we ll find th*m. t'oim*! '
Fire damaged the plant of the J. I. jured.
h re was a sign which said: 'Entrance
The men were asleep in a ca “M'hite House, M'ashington, D. C., heavily. A physician was called and
Ami away they ran towarda the point
he administered strychnine, but to no
boose in the freight yards.
Days flew on now upon golden wings, from which the vol*-» had pio*-ee.!e.|. Free.’ All went well until It came to
to the extent of ¡>100,000.
cars being shifted on the same track
and suspicion had ceased to work In even They aearched all around tin* burn, unfit r going out. when there was another
Chinese Rebels Victorious.
Ooupart’s mind. Old Tony had watched tha cart, in the straw, behind the doors; sign. 'Exit $1.' That Is w lint this thlug
I)r. J. E. Rankin, president of How •truck the caboose, which jumped the
To Double-Track Union Pacific.
carefully, but he could And nothing to ami then they wont to the atuliie, ami Is, and I know It. Let's get out before ard college, at Washington, has re switch and slid along another track,
Pekin, March 2.—Advices received
■' 'r onc ^ng came iqi to here, too, they overhauled everything the show begins."
lodging against the main westbound here today show that 500 imperial
Feb. 28.—The Union Pacific
!)»•&’tn« doubts tl
ths w yotnig
men had en- they could move, the old mnn even mov
They made at once for the door of firmities. Howard college is one of the track. Here the Southwestern at full troops were caught February 13 in an is to be double tracked all the^way iron
trrtaintd, md thnt wan n sudden visit ing n board thnt lay agaiunt the fence.
ambush in the Yang Y'uing pass by re
speed struck it.
"They must have allpped around into the elevator shaft. "The show will be leading negro educational institutions
of Hiinon Loboln to New Orlrnns. Hr
bels of the province of Kwang Si, South Omaha to Ogden, according to state
gin In an Instant.” politely announced of the country.
professed to have business there.
He th** garden,” said Goupart.
All the soldiers were killed ments of surveyors who left Denver to
Alni no back to the garden they turned. the attendant, nt whom the young wo
•nld he would nee how much corn he
The Berwind-White coal company,
Seattle, March 3.—The Seattle iron and the rebels securer! large supplies day. The contracts were let a few days
They hunted amt hunted, but the hplern man looked scornfully.
could find n market for, there being sev
"You must think we nre easy,” snld which employes 2,000 men at coaT and steel company, just formed with of arms, which the troops were tak ago for double-tracking 100 miles west
ernl hundred bushels now In the grnnnry; could not l>e found.
“It's getting too lute,” naiil the jnnr- one of the girls, falling Into slang to mines at Winbor, Pa., will advance >6,000,000 capita) and >1,00,000 bond ing to the 1 >esieged garrison of Chi from Omaha.
hut the mnrquls Informed him thnt he
This morning J. C.
need not trouble himself shout th»» corn, quia, at length. "1 think I must Call show thnt she was no ordinary proposi wages 10 per cent on April 1.
issue, will build here* an iron furnace Yuen. The official reports almitthat Bivens left for Rock Springs and Green
fl” he nlrcndy hn<l n ust* for It, moaning them.”
with 200 tone daily capacity, a 100 ton the reliellion in Kwang Si isincrevsing, River, where he joins other surveyors
tion to be ilenlt with. "Me know this
to keep n large »junntlty on hnnd to serve
"I'll give up In weleonn*," retti no!
Burglars at Atchison, Kan., blew steel plant, and a rolling mill. The and has spread over the border into the in laying out cut-offs this side ef Og
In case of n foiling crop.
Yet Hlmon Goupart; "for I'm sure 1 nhoiihl never dodge, and have seen It before.”
The viceroy of den. He states that plans are now be
Then both went down to tho street open tho safe of the East Atchison organizers propose to work high grade province of Hunan.
must go, for he hnd business of his own; flml them. Shall I call to them?"
postoffice with dynamite, the explosion magnetic ores from the great deposits Hunan has sent troops to the boundary ing drawn up for double-tracking the
• n<l one fine morning, down the river h *
Betting Are in the building.
road horn Cheyenne to Laramie.
on Texada Island, B. C.
Ultimately to iheck the rebels’ advance.
went, In vi
So Goupart shouted that he gave up of the shrewd "dodges" of n great city.
some men who
The coal famine in Santa Fe, N. M., they will increase the plant by the ad
Must Bld on Equal Terms.
W ill Pass at Extra Seaaloa.
1’slit the Freight.
"I give up!" he cried, at the top of hla
The penitentiary has dition of a tin plate mill and tube
n week, nnd the
"Your wife," remarked the old friend, tieen without coal for six weeks.
Washington, March 2.—The Pacific
Washington, Feb. 2M.—The fight con
Jhe family w’ere voice. "Come, Louis!"
He waited a few momenta, expecting to "tells me you are getting Into society
coast shipbuilders who bid on new ves tinues against the Panama canal treaty,
■» Inn few dnys
The Democratic Lilieral party in Hol-
Finds Stamp Thieves.
------------------ .io there, mid then bo nssniled with n burnt of joking nt hl« now.”
sels authorized by the pending naval and Morgan is determined to defeat it
<lie two waiting linnds would bo united. want of nucccsn. The atiille waa already
Chicago, March 3.—State’s Attorney bill will have to enter the competition at this sehsiin of congress. He is
• No," replied lhe plnin man, who had Ian,1 proposes an amendment to the
Father Lnnguet sometimes mndc It his on Ills face, nnd the cxelntnaiion with
constitution granting suffrage to all Deneen announced today that he had on an even basis with builders on the lieing aided by men woh are known to
home nt St. Julien's pln< e, but be hnd which to meet lhe hidden ones wan upon to pay for Ills wife’s ambitions, "society men and women over 21 years of age
conie into possession of proofs showing Atlantic coast. While Jthe naval bill be opposed to the Cuban treaty, and
now been for some months upon n inis
hl« lips all ready for utterance. But no
who robbed the Chicago postoffice on was under consideration in the senate there is a probability that both will go
■Ion among the Ynsoos; but he had been one came.
Owing to the largo demand from October 20, 1001, of postage stamps no attempt was made by any Pacific over for a special session of the senate,
hoard from, and he would soon bo there.
"They conlil not hove heard," auggeated
Dead ancestors nre said to occupy too America, the price of iron in Germany valued at >74,601, and that he and coast senator to sectir the adoption of a but they will be ratified then, or at
It was a bright, moonlight evening, mid St. Julian.
the young people hnd been more guy tlinn
“Ah," uttered Goupart, “they must much of the nrenble laud In China. has advance*! 50 cents a ton since Feb Postoffice Ins (lector Stuart were at work 4 per cent preferential amendment. As least a vote will t>e taken upon them
FamInes would tie lens frequent If the ruary 1, and the product is sold months preparing the evidence for presenta neither Louse adopted this provision and, from a close can vara of the —rtf,»»
usual. Goupart, and Louisa, and Louis have gone Into the bouia."
bud been playing at childiah games, and
"Bo they hnra," inid th» father. "Thut'n country was not one vast cemetery.
tion to a federal grand jury.
it cannot be inserted in conference.
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