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One Life’s Secret!
FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER .3
Th«* tears quietly escaped from th*
WILL RATIFY TREATY.
yooag girl's downcast eyes.
"It Is true, monsieur. 1 wished to see
Chicago fitreot Car
him. I <*ould not forget him lu my hap- Oov*ram*at of Panama Take* Immedi
Uco Eagage IC
piii«-»» my poor father!"
ato Action on Canal.
Chicago, Nov. 26.—Fiorew
"Ami It was very uatural, dear Rose,
Panama, Nov. 28.—The junta, com
that you should uot. Neither did I for
in which the police used their
get him; but 1 hurdly knew where be posed of Jo«e Augustin Aranago, Toma*
and twice their revolve
< otild I m * fouml."
NECESSARY MONEY PUT UP.
STATE WILL LOSE HEAVILY.
marked the opening ot the State street
"I knew that, monsieur," she rejoined, Aria* and Manuel Espinoza, held a
cable line by the Chicago City railway
nml it was partly on that aceouut that meeting this morning, all the minister*
It Rejection of Claim to Swamp Land Financial Trouble* of Oregon Electric veaterday. As far aa can be ascer
I Intve lx « n aili-nt all this while."
of state and councillor* being present,
And the good nmr«|iila could easily com-
tained, nobody wa* eerioualy injured,
preheu I th.- restraint that had also been and unanimously decided to ratify the
Salem—The rejection of the claim of
Baker City — The Oregon electric although there were many broken
liistrmm-ntal in preventing fler from giv canal treaty as soon as it is received
company, which has been in financial heads among the rioters who cam* in
ing iith-ram-e to the wish she bail so long here and authorize Minister Buna-Va the state of Oregon to 56,000 acres of
contact with the club* of the police.
th* swamp land in Klamath marsh trouble, will resume operations at once.
nml » .rrowfnlly i-herished. Minh as she
White the fighting was going on in
The Eastern capitalists who are back of
lov«*il them all, »he bad shrunk from re- rilla officially to transmit the junta’s will, if affirmed by the secretary of the
the enterprise have put up the neces the streets, the usual conference* wer*
I mlmling them, in their st-eming forget- decision to the United State* govern
interior, cut a big slice off the sum the sary cash to discharge all the debts and in progresa and propositions and counter
i lulm-ss, that while her future was o«*cu- ment.
state hoped to realize from the sale of dismiss the attachments suits which propoaitiona were paaaing buck and
pying them continually, that her father,
The decision of the junta wa* re
The forth. Late in the afternoon, it wa*
poor mil homi'h-ss uml forgotten, might
this land. The state’s claim was for have been filed by creditors.
he glad to clasp hi» only chihl olive more ceived with joy throughout the lath
money for this purpose has been re- ■aid by Mayor Harriaon, President
In his anna ami breathe a father's bless mus, without distinction of part ie* or
ceived by Olmstead & Stayer, the cor Mahon, of the street car men, and th*
7,000 acres had been declared by the poration attorneys.
ing over her.
attorneys for both side*, that an agree
1 hey hml not quite forgotten it, how
surveyor-general to be swamp land.
This company was organized by A. ment had been reached, but little defi
Rear Admirals Walker and (ila««
ever; am| now that her desire was made
B. Frame, of Portland, who secured nite information wa* known concerning
known, the marquis ami lamia wer* have been informed ot tbe action taken The state’s claim was baaed upon the
swamp land grant of 1860. The Klam valuable water rights on Eagle creek.
«■'tmiily anxious to aeek for him. Though
All day long on State street the com
Considerable work was done last sum
nothing ab»*>lnte was known comerniug by the junta.
ath Indian reservation was created in mer, but early in the fall there was pany was hampered by the work of th*
his wh**resh«mt*, there was some reason
1864 and the alottmenta to the Indians trouble over financial matters, and mob, which piled obstruction* upon
for believing that be hail gone to Lyons,
Minister Confirm* It.
were made within the last ten years. Frame resigned as general manager. the track*, drove pegs and spike* into
nml n fnint hope of finding him there.
Washington, Nov. 28.—Official con The 55,000 acres probably comprises Since then creditors have attached the the cable slot and cut trolley wire* in
Accordingly, the mutter was taken into
firmation of the determination of the the best of the swamp lands and if the lumber, flumes and other property and many places. The Archer avenue line
It was about this time that the Count
all work ceased.
Several hundred was badly damaged earlier in the day
nml Count«'»» de ClalrvHle, with Lord Eg- Panama government to ratify the Hay- title of the Indians should be finally thousand feet of lumber had been de and required several hour*’ work by *
erton, hnd arranged to continue their Buna-Varilla Panama treaty, as told in confirmed, the remaining 38,000 acres livered along the line of the flume and strong force of repair men, who were
rout«, to Paris, and as they bad been en the pres* dispatches, was received by
which the state would receive, would work on the power house was under heavily guarded by the police. No at
deavoring to persuade their host aud bis
tempt has been made to run cars on
way when the work ceased.
Minister Varilla at 3:30 o'clock today. be rendered practically worthless.
Inuiily to accompany them ami spen«l the
H. II. Andrews one of the officers of thia line since the commencement of
time with them there until their return, The state department being closed to
Whether An appeal will be taken to the company, who represents the East the strike.
In-fore the union of Rose and Louis, it day, Mr. Varilla communicated the
secretary of the interior has not ern capitalists, is expected in a few
In policing the four branches opened
was de«-id«‘d to adopt th«* proposed plan
news informally to Mr. Lommia, who been determined. General W. H. Odell days, when operations will be resumed. last week, as well as the State street
aud remain some days st Lyons on the
line, patrolmen were stationed only st
way, in order. If possible, to hear
some- is acting secretaiy in the absence 0Í was attorney for the state in the pre
street intersections, except
thing concerning Hugh Lanionte.
Article* of Incorporation.
sentation of the state’s claim to thia
This course having b«'«-n fixed upon,
Salem — Articles of incorporation trouble was most likely to occur.
land. He does not know the grounds have been filed in the office of Secre Fewer policemen were detailed to ride
preparations were immediately commenc
ed for th«* journey. The Countess de
ARGUMENT POR STATBHOOD.
on the stlreet cars yesterday than dur
upon which the decision of the assist tary of State Dunbar a* follows:
ClalrvHle could not suppress her joy at
Oregon Traction company, Portland, ing last week.
Ro»«' begun to re
Five trains were put into operation
cover the gentle vivacity and animation Governor of New Mexico Show* Terri office was baaed, but is very firmly of 11,000,000. The object of this corpor on the State street cable line. After
natural to her; ami I*ouis, charmed at
tory I* Rapidly Advancing.
the opinion that the state’s right to the construct a railway from Portland to removing spikes from the cable slots at
observing the « hnnge, was the happiest
Fifty-seventh and Fifty-first streets, the
Washington, Nov. 28.-—The annual land is superior to that of the Indians. Hillsboro and Forest Grove.
The value of the swamp lands on
Hotel Monopole, Incorporated, Jor first train was blocked at Forty-first
Nor was I.or«l Egcrton the one least report of Governor Otero of New Mexi
street by iron rails placed across the
Klamath marsh has been estimated all dan Valley, $15,000.
»ati»ti«*<l «if th«- party. He hail looked for
ward to his departure from Helen's pres- co makes a plea for the admission of the way from $100,000 to $1,000,000.
Western Oregon Conference associa tracks. The crews began to remove
etU'e with feelings eof the utmost pain. the territory to statehood. The report
tion of seventh day adventists, Salem, the obstructions, when from behind
11«* had I mm - ii restless—«fi»<|iiiet«*d. Noth says that during the past year the
fences a volley of stones came. Th*
Begins Wark on the Ditch.
ing but the anticipation of his return
Brewer Drug company, Stayton, $10,- police charged the rioters with revol
Echo—The Butter creek irrigation
ot railroads continued with
thither had relieved hia dissatisfaction.
vers drawn. A running fight ensued,
Hi» pressure, then, in th«* prospect of unal>ated vigor, and capital made ex company has tiegun active work on the
the police firing upon the mob. By
the npprooehing journey was as intense tensive investments. The finances of construction of an irrigation ditch to be
this time a mob collected about th*
Land Sells at $120 per Aera.
20 miles long, beginning a short dis
as his discontent had formerly be« n.
the territory are in excellent condition, tance below Echo. Harry Rogers, an
Milton—The high value at which ir cars, and another charge by the polic*
Amt how was it with Helen Montau
was made upon them before the ob
ban? It was well known that she was and so are those of the counties and extensive cattle man and wheat grower rigated land of this district is held is
struction could be removed.
pleased with this arrang«m< nt. Hhe had cities, with a few exceptions, caused who resides on Butter creek, was elect shown by a deal just closed. Alfred B.
expressed her satisfaction more than once
Duff and John Hunter have sold to A.
by loose methods, and the result of ed president of the company and will
in alluding to It, nml took an active pnrt
take personal charge of the work. The Fuller a 10 acre garden, located six
JAPAN IS BOLD.
in th«* preparation» making for the oc which method* the counties are mak company has large tents for the bousing miles north of here, for $1,200.
casion. But there was no one in sll that ing every effort to overcome.
of employes and teams. There are Fuller gets full use of the irrigation Will Try to Intercept Two Russian War
part) not even Rose Lanionte herself,
nearly 50 teams at work with nearly ditch which runs by the property, but
skip* Bound for Port Arthur.
»«■eking tidings of her father—who took
twice as many men. Water will make only under the agreement that Mr.
so deep an interest in the thoughts of
St. Petersburg, Nov. 26.— A semi
Fuller does his part in maintaining the
this journey. For Helen Montauban had while several counties are refunding this land very valuable. S
official Russian agency has received
ditch. Whenever a deal is made in
a purpose—the bare skeleton of a plan as
from Tokio a report to the effect that
yet-over which »he had lx*cn brooking
Living I* Expensive.
Japanese warships have been dis
in eecrocy and silence through many a
Pendleton—Living in Pendleton ii
patched to prevent the Russian war
day past. Her desire, her thirst for re New Mexico shows an increase of about unusually high at present. Packed without a proper supply of water.
vessels, Tsarevitch and Baian, reach
venge. was fierce and
unquenchable. $1,000,000 over that of the preceding eggs are selling at 40 cents per dozen.
ing Port Arthur to join the Russian
Long had she been meditating upon the year, but as the average assessment
With those prices it is seldom that a
mode of its fulfillment; but her hands
rate is only about 20 per cent of the dozen eggs are bought at a time. They
I ji Grande—Men will be sent here
loui 6«-«'ii in a measure bound; the neces
real value, the actual increase of tax are handed out like oranges which are in a few days by John Whistler of Pen
sary facilities for action were «litfieult
Regarded a* Significant.
to I m * attain«*«!. Now, however, means of able valuation, owing to the elimina sold at 5 cents each. Butter is selling dleton, Unite«! States engineer, who
London, Nov. 26 —The alarming re
at 40 cents j>er pound roll, having ad
forwarding her wrqlcbed »«heme were
port from Tokio that Japanese war ves
at hnnd; the approaching journey opened former years, is almost $3,000,000. vanced recently from 30 cents. Al data for the government for irrigation
These men will establish sels have been dispatched to intercept
to her ways ami means that she only t«x> The collections for the past six months though this is near the great Milton works.
• ngerly smitched at. With calm and nn- by the territory exceeded that of the fruit belt, some apples are selling at gauges and points for observation on two Russian warships cannot be con
Impassioned delibcriition which but as- same period of previous years by about five pounds for 25 cents.
Grand Ronde river for the purpose of
It is possible this report is connected
sured a more terrible consummation of $50,000.
scientifically determining the amount
her hateful design, she nieilitateil upon
of water flowing down the river, the with the statement of the Japanese
the new assistanc«* «ft*■ r■ I«-<I her now; she
velocity of the current, etc., and the journal, the Nagasaki Shimpo, which
lookeil forward to the method to be
announced yesterday that a Japanese
INFERNAL MACHINES IN MINES.
Astoria—The Pelton-Armstrong com area that can be irrigated.
adopted, and carefull made her calcu
squadron of 12 vessels had left 8asebo
pany closed down its logging camps on
lations—carefully nml «'«wily. She had
for an unknown destination.
the Elokomin river, near Cathlamet,
no f« nr no hesitation. Hers were strong
The fact that such a statement should
Salem—The state board of agricul-
passions strong ami fiery, and deep and
for the season. Benson has shut down
be issued by the Russian semi-official
deadly as well. Ixive and hate hnd equal
Denver, Nov. 27.—A special to the nearly all his camps, but has one at
agency is, however, regarded as signifi
vioh'Uee when rouse«! ill her breast; the
Rocky Mountain News from Cripple Bunker Hill still in operation. Besides report to be submitted at the annual cant. Curiously enough, the Russian
love was forgotten now; the hate wns
meeting which will lie held December newspaper, 8 vet, a few days ago, ex
uppermost; it was meat and drink to Creek says the coroner’s inquest in the that one the only camps on the north 15.
pressed the belief that communications
her; it lia<! turned her heart to
case of the two men killed by the ex shore of the Columbia river that are
Between Port Acrthur and Japan had
t’onipnssion. tenderness, pity—all were
plosion in the Vindicator mine was be running are those of the Skamokawa
already lieen interrupted.
banished. The fiends themselves could
The evidence produced logging company and the Saldren camp,
In Cardiff yesterday renewed activity
plot no more mercilessly than this wom gun today.
an. when vengeance hnd once become her demonstrated conclusively that the ex on Grays river.
•Wheat—Walla Walla, 73c; blue- was reported on the part of the Russian
and Japanese agents, with a view to se
plosion was the result of a plot to blow
stem, 78c; valley, 77078c.
A smoldering fir«* lay in those proud,
Re-Elected Stat* Veterinary Surgeon.
curing further shipments of coal.
Barley—Feed, $19 per ton; brewing,
dark eyes, as she left the ol<l chateau on
Salem — Dr. William McLean, of $20020.50; rolled, $21.
t h«* morning of tbe departure for Lyons. character developed to indicate the
Becoming Angry With Rnssta.
She leaned forward from the carriage
Portland, has been re-elected state vet
Flour—Valley, $3.750 3.85 per bar
Nov. 26.—The tension be
window as they wound slowly along the
At 5:30 o'clock the inquest was ad erinary surgeon for a period of two rel; hard wheat straights, $3.9004.10; tween Russia and Corea has become
ron«l leadiug northward, and l«x>ke«l upon
The power to
the dark pile that rose against the blue, journed until 2 o’clock tomorrow after years from July 1903.
graham, $3.75; more tense by reason of a treaty made
serene air of the declining autumn.
till this position rests with the Domestic
$47.505. by the latter in connection with the
"See,” said Ixiuis. gully. "Helen is tak
opening of the port of Yong Ham Pho
This afternoon Adjutant-General Bell
ing a sentimental farewell of home."
Oats—No. 1 white, $1.07,Si gr»y, to foreign trade. The Russian minis
"Nay. «ousin. I waa thinking of our stated that a large amount of evidence governor, secretary of state and presi $1.05 per cental.
ter is reported to have notified the em
had been secured for the trial of the dent of the state board of agriculture.
return," answered she.
Millstuffs—Bran, $19 per ton; mid- peror that if the port is thrown open to
"Then why lie thinking already,” sal«! men suspected of the outrage.
The The salary is $1,500 per year and neces dlings, $23; shorts, $20; chop,
118; foreigners, Russia will take drastic ac
th«* marquis, “of our return? Indeed. 1 general also stated that infernal ma sary expenses.
linseed, dairy food, $19.
tion against Corea. To thia end the
am half inclined, Helen, to believe that chines ready to be exploded had been
Hay—Timothy, $16 per ton; clover, emperor is reported to have declared
you really regret leaving th«* chateau."
found in two other mines, and that
Snow Discourage* Stockmen.
that he did not consider it any of Rus
$13; grain, $12; cheat, $12.
“So soon?—why. that scarcely augurs
there was positive evidence that the
sia’s business what he did with his ter
favorably for tin* enjoyment of your trip
plot included five mines in all.
to th«* gay capital, Helen! I had an Im-
of the season in Morrow county oc carrots, 75c; beets, 90; parsnips, 500
pri'ssion that you anticipated a great deal
curred last Saturday, and the ground 75c; cabbage, 101 t<c; tomatoes, 500
of pleasure «luring our sojourn there.”
Would Reduac Honolulu Force*.
Carter Became* Governor.
60c per box; cauliflower, 75c0$l per
“S«t she doe» so she does, 1 am sure!"
Honolulu, Nov. 28.—Major General is covered to a depth of from one inch dozen; beans, 405c; celery, 350 65c;
Nov. 26.—Governor Car
joined in Rose, as she took the hand of
MacArthur, who has arrived here to on the low lands to 30 inches on the pumpkins, leper pound; onions, Yellow ter took the oath of office and was for
Mademoiselle Montauban affectionately
study the military situation in the Ha foothills and mountains. The unus Danvers, 75c0$l per sack.
mally inaugurated yesterday at the
in hers "We shall both enjoy oureelvea
waiian islands, says that the main fea ually early appearance of snow on
capitol. There was a large assembly of
— shall we not, «tear Helen?"
Honey—$303.25 per case.
federal and territorial officials and
"Undoubtedly," was th«* reply; “how ture of the defenses of the territory is frozen ground causes rather a depressed
Potatoes—Oregon, choice and fancy,
the protection of the naval station at feeling among stockmen.
can it b<* otherwise?" and she smiled.
members of the army and navy. Ed
Mademoiselle Pearl Hamor. He advocates a reduc
ward 8. Boyd, commissioner of public
potatoes, sacks, 2c; boxes, 2Jic.
Montauban, “this journey Is. of nil things tion of the forces at Honolulu, and de
lands, tendered his resignation, and it
Reduction ot Wage*._____ _
Fruits—Apples, 75c0$2 per box; will be accepted. All the other mem
in th«* world, one of those which 1 most clares that the occupation of the other
islands is not as important a matter | [¿Eugene—The employes of the Booth- crabapples, $1.25 per box; pears, $10 bers of the governor’s official staff will
She lentied back in th«* carriage ami from a military standpoint, while Pearl velly company have been notified of a 1.50; cranberries, $9010.50 per barrel.
lie retained, except Henry E. Cooper,
said no more. Gradually they enter«*«! Harbor is maintained as a strong de new schedule of wages which will go
Butter—Fancy creamery, 30J32Aic superintendent of public works, and
upon the roail skirting the forest, an«]
fensive position. The general has not into effect December 1. The schedule per pound; dairy, 20022 Jic; store, Aleaxnder G. Hawes, Jr., private sec
then the chateau aud its neighborhood
makes a reduction of 25 cents per day 15015Nc.
completed his task.
retary to the governor.
was lost to view.
on all men receiving $2 or less, and 50
(To be continued.)
Cheese — Full cream, twins, 150
This win nil «be thought of that ven-
It waa night. Helen Montauban hail geniKf. must lie had.
How It wsh to
entered her apartment, and securing the , work, or when, was unknown It* very
«lour, gave way to ths passionate feeling* I »hup • was yet undefined; but some shape
Ixirti of a «lire auapi* i«n, whl. h had been , or other it must take *o<>u. At pr***ut
rankling In her bn-ml for hours
The I ' a vague Idea only floated before her. It
Interview Ix'tweeu he fsjber ami Ito»« In I wa« sweat, In her l>$tt*rness of soal, to
th* moraliig, th« hint at « <<>trtv»»!ou, th« contemplate It. Mho Would lay her plan
thousand »light yet convincing tokens of carefully« Il should b* matured to the
feellug witnessed that afternoon uml rarest perfection, In-tor«' the period for
evvaing lu her close yet alh-ot ami action came, that there might be no fail
stealthy watch over actloua and words, ure*. Him «aid to herself, ”1 will never
something pi-cullar In the manner of th* aee Rose Lamont«* the bride of Louis!"
marquis, aud tbe «x-casloual guy yet mys-
It waa known among the guest* at the
ti rioua J«-»t» of the Count de ClalrvHle - chateau the next morning that Rose an I
all coinbinsd to awaken within her the Loui* were betrothed, and something wa*
bitterest am! most lormeutlng distrust whlapered, too, concerning the romance
attnehed to the affair. The goml Colin-
"I will know I will known* ah* sal<l teaa de < 'lairvilla* hail kissed and congrat
to heraelf. A little while *h* wait«*«!, till ulate«! the young girl to her heart'» con
»he was able to assume a manner of per tent. Everywhere there were smiles; er-
fect «-omposure, and then, lifting nn ala i-rywhcre there were happy hearts, save
buster lamp from the toilet, she crossed in ou* bosom.
the gallery and entered lb<* apartment up-
Tho young count had taken bls cousin
Helen out upon the terrace; he hud told
Ituoe ba<l dismissed her maid and was her he wished to talk with her alone, ami
brushing out h«*r hair, whose rich fold», ■b* knew well that which she waa to
falling arouu'l her light shape, almost hear. Io Helen, lumls had b«*en wont to
contvaled II with their shining veil. 8h» give his confidence; it was pleasant to do
turned from the mirror aa Mademoiaelle so; and now, that he had so much to
Montauban <*nier«-<l, »nd * lovely »ml!« confide, he turned to her »till
brighteoed over her sweet face.
Helen M oiituiibuu llntHiiPil quietly to
"Ah, I nni «<» xl«t| you h«vr roim*, nil. Mini with nn iuterent ncarcely frigned.
H«*h*n!” «hu ««hl, running to h«*r «nd
an It not the rtory of n ruined hope nn
throwing tho*«* fair, anowjr arm« about well mm of a rival'« hnppinc««?
ln*r in nn inn<»<*$*nt, loving and bnppy rm- word «truck deep and kt«nly; «he
them but too well; yet «he hid her ag-
And Hairn Montauban, I m * u ling her ony mid listened nh<l «yinpnthiseil au I
N'aiitiful head, raltnljr ami with «earning congratulated till «he wonderud nt her
kliKlne«« nii'l a fraction,* Ii iaat*d Ro«v on her own «elf com tn «nd. An I I ajii I«, In the
forehead. Thf girl ahudderrd.
h orient ninrerily of hi« own heart, fully
•*How cold you are. Helen! Are you trunted in nud gratefully credited thone
ill? Your lip« arr like* i<*r!**
fnl«e. deceitful, gently uttered a««ur-
“No, I am not ill, doar child, and I m»t c«. Helen Montauban had force of
think It iniiwt be because you are no will eufllcient to make her an admirable
««rm, no oxrited, «<» happy, that you im act re««.
agine me to I m * cold. I have cornu to ait
I »ord Egerton wa« much more gay mid
with you a little while before 1 retire.“
•*You were kind to come. I wanted to light-hearted than be bad neemed f^r
tome time part. For alway«. deaplte him
are you; I wan waiting for you.“ Khe
«elf, unrany and jealou« b«M*nu««* of what*
ant down l»v the able of Mademoiaelle
with jaundiced Might, had «eemed to him
Montauban an«I put her arm« about her
to I m * the preference of Loui« for Helen,
he had now experienced n «udden an I
“Well, you winbed to aee me-ia that moat welcome a*oie of freedom from ap-
alll” naked Helen, attempting soiucthliig prehension that he waa relieved of hla
Ilk« playfulm-sa In her maun«*r.
former fear«. True, Mademoiaelle Mon
"I wished to to tell you something, tauban treated him with no more favor
ami now I have not th«* <<<urage." Rose than formerly; but he did not ceaae to
Md her face on her «-ompanlon'a breast hope.
Tb«M* sw«*«*t eyes were hltlden; it waa
well; they couh! not »«« the atony fisrc*-
There was a talk of the approaching
Ucas of that wild, while face aboV*. that wedding day. The impatience of lami*
grew wilder nnl whiter as the girlish, had urgml it» Ix'lng fixed at an early pe
timid confession was mails.
riod. II«* aoaerted that a delay of litre*
Helen Montaiibsn, crushing with calm mouth» Would lx* quite aultbia-nt. Hi»
nud terrible for<i* the thousand mad emo gay ami vivacious yet earnest arguments
tions in her breast, that atruggl«*«l to have were half accepted. The marquis was in-
way. <-oni|>c|lc<l herself to utter, softly:
«-lined to favor them, though it waa evi
"Go on. Rose; 1 nm interest««! I am dently with a sure struggle. It wa» not
listening; go on!"
until liuw that he hail realized the full
Ami Rose told her sll nil, from Ix'gln depth of hia aff«*«'tiou for Rose. Khe had
niug to cud, with her fair head lying on Ix*eome very dear to biiu.
that stormy heart, whose gathering fires tie»» nud Innocence and gixidne»» of heart,
her Inmxvnt, whiapcrc«l, bashful words her childlike loveliness, and more than all,
fix! with « fearful »usteiiancc. Helen her likeness to one beloved ill by gone
Montaulxin llatsnod. Mh<* heard all this years, endeared her to the heart of thia
—every word, every syllable of this con second father, lie shrunk from npeak-
fession, and each word, each syllable, lug of the parting, Ihmigh he could not
struck her with a deadly blow. The de- deny to Louis the I hmiu bo ch meat ly
lilx*ratc »tali of th«* midnight munlerer sought.
It colll«l lie seen, by a dose observer,
tells with ll<< deeper power. Yet six* list-
«n««l, and stirred not; »1»* »poke some that now. while this discussion was going
time«. made som« rvunark or comment, on, aud one »ml another laying plans
ami then listened again. There was n tixii'hiiig the event. Rose herself said lit
kind of savage agony within, that dwelt tle. merely giving assent to th«* various
upon that simple love Story In Its every propositions laid liefore her, and seeming
detail, ami eomprehcudod It with sharp to take but a passive part in the general
ami greedy eagerness; but at the close, all action. There waa, t«x>. at tinea, a cer
memory ot th**»« details <l«*pnrt«*d. All tain gravity, which might as well have
that was left of that story, gathered into lieen called actual sadness, in her de
tlir«*e wor«ls -thr<*e alnglc words, that meanor, ami which could not well lx* ac
Rose, with loishfiil Joy, whlsperml as she counted for. Gradually it beeaim* so evi
finished: "II«* loves me leiilis loves me!" dent that it occasionetl the deepest un
Ami Helen Montauban aai«l to herself. easiness in the breast of Ixiuis. lie en-
"He love* another; h<* d<x*« not love me!" deavore«l to draw from her th«* cause of
The words were brandeil Into ln*r heart; it. Hhe seemed disinclined to acquaint
they were written there in «-baracters of him with the origin of this unusual mood.
“You are ill, dear Rose?'' In* asked,
fire; they Were iucffa«*eable.
"You ar«* not going yet? do not go yet, with a lover's solicitude.
"I am not ill. I-ouis; Imleetl, you alarm
denr Helen!" murmured Rose.
With me a little longer,"
“Then you are unhappy?"
Iler soft eyes, raised so tenilcrly, so
“I am not exactly unhappy, either."
pleadingly, to that face, ahone with a
(Im* month of tbe throe had passed
divine beauty. The gol<l-ting<*d tresses,
flowing about her graceful bend, were avrar-
“There are but two months now, Rose,"
like th«* glory that surround» the brow of
a saint. Thus a<*<-med this young girl, as said th«* happy young man.
And Rose, even as she receive«! the kiss
she stood before the «lark, stately Helen,
who,«* proml face waa i-alm ami quiet, her lover gave so fondly, turned away to
whose »|>l<*n«ll<l eyes shot forth no shaft sigh. Ho observed It with increased uu-
of the smothered tin* within.
“My dear uncle," he said to the mar-
But Helen Montauban uttered some
gentle words nml turned awsy. Hbe bad* quia, “what can ail Ro**? I am sure she
* Rose a pleasant good night lx*fore she la not quite happy, though she refuses
went out. and then, taking her by th«« to admit It."
Th«1 marquis did not observe tin* down-
hand, bent down once more ami ki»»e«l
her. With that klas she swore hatred— cast mood of the young girl for the first
undying, eternal; revenge, speedy and time now. Ho had watched It since it*
sure, to the one who hail robbed her of commencement, ami meditated seriously
his love. Ami Rose sought her pillow to ami with deep concern on the subject.
dream such dreams as youth nml joy At length oik * «lay he sent for her to come
may bring, even while hnt«* nml revenge, to him in the library.
"My dear child,” be »aid, “I must know
with sleepless eyes, watched over her.
Helen Montauban aecureil herself In the tho reason ami the nature of this gloom
privacy ami stillness of her chamber, ami which continually rests upon your spirits.
putting her lamp on her own dressing It la, a« you must be aware, a matter of
table, threw heraelf upon the couch, not some anxiety to mo. You do not deny
to aleep. Tho apirit of rest tle«l from that,' If not precisely unhappy, there is
thos«* eyes, that glootueil upon vacam*y. yet aomo wish to lx* grnnted—aonie desire
There was no peace for that heart, beat to lx* fulfilled, which could restore to you
A Tabloid Proposal.
ing with hard, fierce, heavy throbs be your usual serenity?"
"Blinks has n perfect mania for con
neath Its silken vesture. Still those words
densing everything. Did you hear how
burned u|>oti It their scorching characters turned, quietly mid sadly.
"Ami you will not tell me what It is In* propose«!?"
—"he loves another!”
Dear Rose, this reserve
8h«> bad sworn revenge. Th«* dream —this wish?
"He held up nn engngeinent ring lie-
of her whole life hn«l been broken now. pains me extremely. 1 am sure you would
It was ns If a single threml of shining not wish to cause me a moment's «lie* fore tin* girl’s eyes nml said 'Eh?' ”
"And what «11«! she any?”
silver hud run its glittering Ilin* through quiet, ami yet you unconsciously give me
lies life woof, nml those slender fingers, th«* utmost apprehension.
"She just nodded.”
so luti'ly pressed upon her own, hn<! neither In Helen nor Louis; then I en
Nn Use for Anything that Works.
Rose treat you to lie, nt least, frank with me.
ruthlessly snapped It asunder,
Tattered Tomkina—What mmle yon
might lx* Innocent of Intention to wrong Is It anything which I can do to gratify
turn down dnt jug of elder wot dal
her nay, she knew her to bo ho . Ani you. my child?"
"Indeed, I scarcely think ao," answereil Indy offered you?
yet she hated her- hnteil tin* beautiful
file«*, the sweet voice, that had won him Rose; “I do not think any one here could
Ininguhl I.nwm>«*e—Ain't you R>t
to love them.
8h«> ahnddored ns she bring me what 1 wish. It is------ ”
enough to know dnt cider work»?
“Rose, I think I know what you wish.
■eemed to feel once again the pressure
of that young head upon her bosom. It I have thought of It more than once of
Mrs. Slet'p.vlze—-Henry, the nlnrin
oppressed suffocated her; she could not 111«* very subject, doubtless, upon which
breathe. Tl>«> very air of tho room was you are secretly dwelling nt this moment. <*l«x*k Just went off.
»tiding. She flung open a casement with You have not seen your father In a long
Mr. Sleepylze— Thunk gootlness! 1
trembling hands and leaned fnr out to time. You are about to take a most im hope th' tiling'll never coiiu* buck.—Co*
drink tho cool nml dewy nlr of the durk
luuibus (Ohio) State Journal.
to tell hint of all this. 1» It not so?"
HAPPENINGS HERE IN OREGON
Big Construction Concern Tied Up.
San Juan, Nov. 28.—It was an-
nounced today that the San Juan office
of the Vandergrift conntruction com
pany, interested in n $3,000,000 trolley
scheme, has been cl<*«*d for nonpay
ment of rent, and owing to attachments
for salaries in behalf of many employes
and creditors. The explanation given
for the closing is th«* recent stringency
in money in the United States, which
prevented the company from floating
Offer China Troops.
London, Nov. 28.—The Shanghai
correspondent of the Daily Telegraph
cables that the viceroys and governors
of 13 provinces outside of Chi Li have
offered the Chinese throne 90,000 for.
eign drilled troops to fight Russia for
cents per day on all receiving more
15,^c; Young America, 16016Xc;
than $2 per day.
Tillamook, 14014*^0; Eastern cheese,
Poultry—Chickens, mixed, 9c per
Tear a narrow strip of peeling from
pound; spring, 10c; hens, 10c; tur
one aide of each banana. Lay the ba-
keys, live, 18c per pound; dressed, 20
nanaa. open side up. In a baking pan.
022Sc; ducks, $607 per dozen; geese,
cover closely and bake for half an 7fl8c per pound.
hour, or until very tender, but not so
Eggs — Oregon ranch, 32,k$035c;
tender a* to break when handled. Peal
and send to table and serve as a vege
Tallow—Prime, per pound, 405c;
table, or with hot cream sauce aa a
No. 2 and grease, 2%03c.
Hops—1903 crop, 12021c per pound,
Potato Bon Hit* (Chafing-Dish).
according to quality.
Mil a pint of mashed potatoes with
Wool—Valley, 17018c; Eastern Ore
half a cup of thick cream and the gon, 12015c; mohair, 35037)ic.
whites of two eggs, beaten stiff, Put
Beef—Dressed, 5'<*6Xc per pound.
two tablespoonfula of butter In the
Veal—Dressed, small, 808)ic; large,
chafing dish, and when vary het put 607c per pound.
In the potatoes In large tablespoonfula.
Mutton—Dressed, 405)tc; lambs,
When brown on one side, turn, brown 6c per pound.
fork—Dressed, 6)*O7c per pound.
the other, and serve Immediately.
Mak* Indian Work or Starve.
Washington, Nov. 26.—The annual
report of the Commissioner of Indian
Affairs Jones advocates the education
of the Indian in the rudiments of the
English language, and that he bo
taught that he must work or starve.
The commissioner thinks his policy in
a generation or more will regenerate
the race, and that the Indian should be
protected only to the extent that he
may gain confidence in himself, leaving
civilized conditions to do the rest.
Suite* Suffers From Caocer.
New York, Nov. 2«.—The sultan of
Turkey, frequently reported to be ill
from one cause or another, is now al
leged by the Vienna correspondent of
the World to be suffering from a cancer
of the intestines. He is said to have
refused to undergo an operation.