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FALI*S. KLAM A I’ll COUNTY, OllECON, DECEMBER
the north, and war to 1 finish was now
more imminent than ever.
" Will threw soldiers never arrive?'
was the question old bandog asked
himself as be directed his men to bat
tle for the traps.
TOILERS of the COLUMBIA
MINDER IS Rire.
Newsy Items Gathered from All
Parts of the World.
f v v vv
I ; >
< rime Greatly on the ln< reave In the
I I >
New York, Nov. 26.—There at pr«-s-
xnt four and a half timare as many mur
ders and homicides for each 1,000.000
or INTEBLST TO OUR RCADCRS people in the United Htatre ae there
were in 1881. With this statement of
General Review ol Important Hannen. fact, l<a»«-d upon statistics, H. H. Mc
penlg.v Pre vented In a Brief snd
Clure makes a staitling showing of tbe
increase of lawleaaueas in this country,
and follows with a stinging criticism of
ths reign of "criminal oligarchy," of
Russians are finding the water prob
chronic infiaction of tbe law by many
lem at Mukden a serious one.
classes, of general failure in the en-
The government '06 fair board hae I forcement of tbe statutes, to whi< h
Iregun the selection of exhibits at Ht. causes tbe condition is attributed.
I Comments on the prevalence ot crime
Tire war lias cut off Poland's market and lawlessness taken almoat at isndoiu
in Hiiraria and thousand» of people are from representative and serious news
papers and from publiabad statements
idle ae a result.
ol judges and citizens form tbe sup-
A eon in-law of Marquis fto declares I»,rtiiig evidence.
tliatt he apparent delay ol Oyatua is for
In the United Htates last year there
were M 8,978
murders and hnnmeiilMi
homicides in ■ a
The Prussian army bndget for the population of about 80,(XX),(KM),
coming year re estimated at »116,000,- 1881, when the population was 51,316,-
000, there were only 1,266 crimes of
000, sn increase of »11,250,000.
1 thia class. Tbe high record was reach
Commission«-! Richards, of the Gen- ed in 1896. when there were 10,654
ersl land office, istoming to Portland murders and homicides in a popluation
to testily in the land fraud ease.
' ol 70,000,000. In 1899 conditions im
Geneial Chaffee recommends that the proved, but since then they have stead
Vancouver, Wash., military reservation ily grown worse.
Conditions in Chicago are strikingly
lie enlarged, and estin at»» the coet ol
set forth by comparisons with tbe crim
land at »30,000.
inal records ot tbe two leading cities of
Charice J. Bonaparte, a leading law Europe. Lorn ion, with an area of 688
yer of Maryland, is mentioned as a p«ra- square miles and a population of 6,500,-
eible selection for a place in Rooaevelt's 000, had 24 murders Isst year.
new cabinet ae iracretary ot the interior. was no "undiscovered crime,” as tbe
The location of the Vladivostok har murderers were all arrested except in
bor defense mines is uncertain and ae four cases, where they committed
a result a torpedu boat has Iraen sunk su icide.
Chicago, with lews than one third of
and a German steamer badly damaged. I
• he population and area, covered by the
The n«wd of officeis for the #navy la
London or metropolitan police, had 128
homicides. In 18 rases the mnrderera
Anarchy prevatils in Macedonia and were killed at the time of the crime or
Christiane ar slain daily.
committed suicide; four other <aaea
Robbers blew up the safe of a La were threw of officers who did the kill
Plata, Md., bank and »ecuied »3,000 ing in the performante of their duties,
leaving 106 rare» for the police to work
np--n. Out of that number 34 convic
Five submarine torepdo Iwata built tions were secured, while in 19 cases no
for Japan in America have arrive-l at arrtsts were made, and in 53 cases ar
rests aid not result in conviction. Only
officers challenge one man was hanged in Chicago.
In Faria only 16 murders or attempt
American marine corps to prove that
yellow fever has ap|>eared in that ed murders were committed in the same
More than eight times ae
many murders in Chicago as in Faris,
By the explosion of a boiler in the
and six times as many ae in LonJon.
suburbs of Vicksburg, Miss., two men
The lose of life through crime is
were killed and a number injured, two
made more prominent when compared
with fatalitee in war and on railroads
The vessels of the Baltic fleet have In three years tbe homicides in the
arrivtd at Port Haid.
United Htatre numbered 31.395. The
tion has been taken to insure a safe British lues in tbe Boer war was 22 .
passage through the canal.
In the same period there were
era reHeereia *«.*47.
Tbe »ree«nen«—• 1—rera, W tOW Wy
Ijlbor troubles, the burning of ne-
orning state capital was not settled at
the last election. Cheyenne led in the gioes, lawlessness in Colorado, riots
contst, but did not receive the n««cee- and murders in New York are referred
eary two-thiide. It will, however, te- to in detail.
Distinguished jurists and educators
main at Cheyenne until tire matter is
settled, which will not prebably be Jor are quoted as saying that the increase
in lawlessness endangers the future of
John G. Brady has been reappointed
governor of Aliaska.
MANY MEN EALL.
OREGON NEWS OE INTEREST
SCI ICR THAN WHEAT.
New WING roil ASYLUM
Hankala l.istens to the Plotters.
Eastern Oregon Partner Raises AO Recommendations to be Made Io the
Hankala had a hard Irattls with ths
By Paul 0c Laney
surf but she rsached ths traps formerly
Acres of Rotaloes.
tended by Ilan lapham before the
Author of **Lor4 «»f the Orwrl.” “OrrfM MrldMB.'
Pendleton •— John Ferguson, who
Governor Chamberlain, Sec
storm waa at its Irelghth. Dan, ot
a»id uttirr P«< Ifl< (ooal Sfori«»
raised a crop ot potatoes on bis land retary ol State Dunbar and Blate Treas
course, was not near tin place. The
adjoining the city limits on the south urer Moore visited the state insane
wind waa already raging ami the white
caps were multiplying at a rapid rata
side of Pendleton, has drawn tbe con asylum a few days ago to Investigate
(TI ilTI It XVi—Continued.
1 to the southwest told this. The lost- and leaping higher arid higlrei .
clusion that potato raising is much the need ol an addition to accomodate
At her track the sea was boiling like
The i»l *11 I
soon reached and Ing clash of wsters on lire l.sr spoke it
more profitable than laiaing wheat.
the rapidly increasing number of pa
the Ilian taken »»litre,
tin 40 acres of land Mr. Ferguson tients. That more room will be need
was crisi. slid cold »nd » tire of drift winds in lire boughs of tire tall trees not so much disturbed. Her home lay
thia season raised 40 sacks to the acre, ed is certain and the only question be
kindled lot the comfort of on tire hills sung It in dismal notes. | across ths raging »»»a while Hand Island
or 1,600 sacks. As the market price fore the board was whether to recom
th« woiiii-led man sud Ida companions. Tire angry surges on tl e Iraarh lilsred lay to the south, ft was this great up
As tire day lagged a»»y tire man grew out like the warning ol an adder. Tire heaval of sand and the driftwood upon
has been on an average dial least »1.26 mend to tl«e legislature the construc
tion of a new closed cottage at the
worse. Ilan was Illa innst attentive gloomy mist which surrounde.! old ita surface that broke the storm to
z sack since the beginning ol the pots asylum farm or a new wing at the main
nurse. In the afternoon Ira persuade«! Cape Disappointment lighthouse hung some extent and yet left a means of ee-
to season up to th« present time, be building.
capo lor Hankala.
his companions that II would lie Iratte« like a pall over the river and Hay.
Yet tire water was dotted with ths
But she would not have return«»! to
because of tbe bettor facilities for
estimates that hie crop has brought
to take the wounded man to liia home.
Tliry agreed upon thia hut they did boats ot tire l>re«lles» fishermen. Tlrey her home at this time had ths sea been
him in tbe neighborhood of »2,000, water supply and sewerage at the mala
building it was decided to recommend
noi know w bat to do with their pria- had sren tire signa » thousand time« as calm as an inland lake. Hire bad
without a great derl of labor.
the conatrnction of a new wing. Thio
oirei, till the aoiltlieule they could not and bad never known them to tall. started out on a mission and this would
land waa in wheat last season, growing addition will cost about »40,000 and
hold him, and if they left him on Ilin They knew that no frail ciaft could be she oompleta with a woman’s deter-
about 30 bushels to the acre.
At the will provide room for 120 mote pa
island Ire might I» compelled to re- reasonably i'i;wct««l to survive such a I mi nation. Hire was looking lor Dan
It lepliam. Her strong and handsome
main tor «eversi days without asalst- storm s» was Indi -ats>l tonight.
same ratio had it been in wheat be tients.
The population at the asylum is in
ance. Tiiey waiiU-l him to acconi|Mtny was th« night after the battle between young friend had aided her in fishing
wouid have bad 1,200 bushels, and at
creasing at the rate of 50 to 60 a year,
them to thler homes, but Dan had mat lire tlNrernren. It wa» the night upon the traps when her aged companion
or 100 to 120 in a biennial term. A
ters of more Importance demanding hla whiili Hankala had »tarled out to era j was unable to assist, lie had also, on
ft was Ilia | that very morning, left her money
would total »900. Besides the crop of new wing will therefore piovide only
attention on the north aide.
He told to find Dan Lapham.
potatoes tbe land, as a result ot the for tbe increase in the next two years.
them to leave him on tha island ami he night upon which Dan 1 apham left with which to buy naoseaary mpplfea;
would leks bls chances on reacliing Hand island upon a rail of driftwood he had promiaed her that Ringwold
cultivation, is more benefited than bad
I should not go to the poor house; and
It been summer fallowed.
Lane’s Display of Products.
Thia was a typical night storm at tire alwive all there was an undefined feel-
The (rotatoee grown in soil of the
Tire fishermen pulivi out with their
Eugene—The committee from the
Tire ¡reople I ing in her heart for the young man
woumled companion, reluctantly leav j mouth of tire Columbia,
nature of this field are of tbe beet qual Eugene Commercial club, which has
<d the village had Ireen on tire alert, which only cornea to a woman once in
ing Dsn Ira.ilnd.
Being large, smooth and free
Throughout the day I apham walked kindling lieeeon fires and walking the a lifetime.
from clinging soil, they command a been working tor an exhibit of fjina
Hankala did not understand this si d
up and down the Island viewing ilia
premium of from 25 to 50 cents a sack county products at thejlrawis and Clark
would have blushed had it been ex
friends ami rm-mica as they lay on th» bay.
in California markets, in direct compe exposition, has appointed E. M. War
The morning bloke forth with many plained. It was the same old story
ren, an enthusiastic farmer of Coburg,
their .rars in threatening attitudes.
tition with California potatoes.
He managed, however, Io keep con stories of hardships, disaster and death, which has caused the joys, sorrows,
The whole of Umatil.a county lias to superintend tbe collection of agricul-
cealed lo-liiml the driftwood from hie lire fishernren on e,titer aide had loren diaappointmaats and happiness since
tbe same soil as this particular field, tural snd horticultural exhibits.
In spite tbe days of Adam and Evs.
enemies, while Ire was too far away to slow to yield their position.
and instead of summer fallowing tbe Warren will take up the work at once
; of the fact that they were warned in
While clinging to the piling which
Ira distinguished by hia friends.
entire wheat area, it baa been demon and will devote his time and energies
Ils had searched the island from one oiany ways of the approaching storm, held tire netting of fjtpham's fishtrap,
strated time and again that a < rop of towards making an exhibit that will
eml to tire other f-.r a boat, but tire they stool In the teath of dang« r from to st«»ady her boat, Hankala could s»-e
potato«» or corn can be grown with surpass anything ot tbs kind ever bo
»oathaid.-re had intended making this a lores of baldt. Ths aoutheidere were that the water waa rapidly rising and
profit and to better advantage for tbe fore shown from this county.
had valuable experience in making ex-
Sort of prison had they carried out their determined to destroy the objection that oach flood dashed higher above the
soil than the rest.
hibita at state and tounty fairs, and
original plana and had removed every able traps and the northsiders were mark made by the former wave.
firm in standing l.y the defense of their billows grew darker and more sullen
already has a large assortment of
semblance ol craft from the place.
Electric Line Has Tree Way.
while the whitecaps look«xl like great
lieaidra tire island had always been property.
I.a Grande — Tbe L* Grande city grains, grasses, canned fruits, nuts,
Ilul sll bed eventually Iraen eom- animals leaping at random in the <11-
etc., and will add to this by securing
a sort ot neutral ground emi since tire
at a recent meeting, favorably tbe beet that can be produced of all
quanti had la-gun, ueltlior aide at [railed to yield to the rlemenla. The reclion ol the bar.
considered tbe granting of a franchise kinds of products before the opening of
Before it was too late she turned her
tempted to occupy it and all fishing ap northaider» had Ireer. driven one by one
the county has al
paratus ami supplies had Irartt taken to the north shore, while the south Ixnit toward the island, where aha
for a right of way into the city limits the exposition.
aiders had Ireen «HUiipelltsI to take ref landed without accident. But she waa
away by the rrspeitivo owners.
of the Eastern Oregon Development ready made an appropriation to defray
As night came on, Dan larvante more uge on lire island. They bad not the just in limo, for old Neptune’s work
company for an electric railway. As the expenses of collection.
envious to reach the north shore, lie time to make it to the south shore.
fartlrer out at sea was telling and
the Union county court and the towns
Fishermen on both sides, it Is true, great waves from the mighty deep came
Ri<h Orc of Bohemia.
wondered Imw many of hla friends had
of Union and Cove have granted a fran
fallen under the fire of the soothsidere. had remained too long. They had rolling over the liay, converting It into
Cottage Grove — Twelve tons of ores
chise. the company will now go on with
and wondered more Imw Hankala was traen caught in the angry era and a mad, seething thing of destruction.
tbe work of connecting all principal selected from the Bohemia mining dis
dragged like captive» toward tire her.
The rain Iragan to fall in torrents.
pointe in tbe valley with an electric trict hsve been shipped to Poitland for
Old treadug waa too much airaorhsat in
The wind blew with snch force as to
line, including tbe Hot Lake senator-
semi the cold dio|>e like heavy shots
tire trouble at hand to carry out hie
1 inm. Union to Cove, and from Cove to exhibit at the Lewie and Claik expo-
In a slanting course through tbs air.
plan of taking Hankala and Ringwold
Summerville. Elgin, Island City and si'ion. Three thousand pounds ate
to the county |HOI forra, but he kaurw uhm > horn a watery giave. A tew bad Theee struck lire thinly clad girl with
Tbe company has been already at Portland at the bureau of
tire girl was worrv.ne Kwe «none Illa gone over the bar never Ui return. , ajyrt«^ |Lal mads her shiver with pein
given all ne-.-eesary e-»c--urag»-ment as information. Another shipment will
away over the outlook for the future w<>nre ot tneee na<i twen swept away
to tonnage, and part of the road will be lie madean the spring. When all the
When cast upon her own resource»
and pisMibly by this time, so far as ho long liefore tire life savers could acre
ore is assembled Bohemia will be rep
completed by October, 1995.
knew, she waa grieving by the Iradside
in time of danger, woman ia said to be
resented by 20 tone of ore that cannot
The wind did not lull until wrl) up in superior to man in courage and endur
of the deceased Ringwold.
An Accommodating Raspberry Bush be excelled. D. H. Weyatt, solicitor
The eouthsldera mwtled ance. Before she resigns herself to
The impatient young lielierman could the day.
Albany—A laspberry bush on which of minerals, has been here several days,
remain an exile no longer.
lie con along tire »bores of Hand island, like fate, she employe every means in her
assisting in the accumulation of these
structed a raft fiorii planks and timbers SO many water bound animals. Tbe power to thwart ita disasters. If she
there\re ripe rzu-pberries, green rasp ores and announces that he ia much
which bad lodged on the shores ot the
cannot turn its comae, sire goes with
berries, buds and full blossoms stands gratified with this collection and the
Island and with piacre of planks used l«nk looking for missing onoa and pre It as a oonipanion. Death is thus
in tbe door yard of tbe residence of vigorous manner in which tbe miners
as |K>.ea and paddlsa Ire »tarlad for the
made lest bitter and an example is
George Wright, in this city. On one of Bohemia collected these minerals.
tra|>a so soon as the waves should sub- ' given to the world.
Minister Barrett repoits that al) is
Before tils work had lieen completivi, side.
Hankala dragged her boat ae fai as again quiet in Panama.
Japanese Suffer a Severe Repulse at limb there are 12 ripe, fully developed
Poultry Show at Albany.
berries and 15 green berries.
Women were wringing their hands she could amt then tied the long line
however, night had long since fallen
—Tn« executive committee ol
over the waters ami a storm was brew
attached to ita prow to a limb of a tree
Mukden, Nov. 26.—The Japanese full bloom in tbe middle of November the Central Willamette Poultry aaso-
children were crying for fathers .they which had been cast far upon the United Kingdom and there is great
made a fresh attack on Poutiloff bill are both curiosities, and when the twe ciation met in this city and perfected
The lose of sands. Hire Iregan to look about her for misery in Ixrndon.
The same Bound from the dash of would never see again.
Tbe ad are combined in one the circumstance arrangements tor their third annual
Ijind Commissioner Richard! urges the night of November 22.
the wave and current on the bar greet life was so common among the fialier- a shelter. Hire remembered an old
Mr. Wright selected a poultry show, which is to be held in
ed Iris ears al that rnorneut that made nieu that only thoee actually bereaved fisherman's camp farther up the is that no more forest reserves be created vancing ranks wete decimated by the is unusual.
Russian shell fire. Some of the Japan limb on whi<h there were ripe and Albany, January 18 to 21, inclusive.
tire frail Hankala tremble with fear as bore sad hearts on such occasions. | land, and taking the provisions which until experts have reported.
ese secured lodgment on the slopes ot green berries, and also buds and blos Prizes for the three best birds of sack
oho left tire north alloro to search for The stnlden making of widows and or- she had [>re|»ared for Dan, she made
The case of Senator Burton, of Kan the hill, but were driven out at tbe soms and placed it on exhibition in the kind in each class will be given, as in
him that she might give him the food phans had Iraan going on lor years, lot her way to the shack.
sas, accused of accepting a bribe, will point of the bayonet, when the whole window of a local office.
the past. Three silver cups are to be
atre had prv|>area for him and of which every storm claimed its victims,
come to trial in a few days.
(To ba continued)
I offered as special premiums, one to be
Japanese contingent fled.
aire thought he must by thio time Ire in heavy wave, a swamped Imat, a lost
given to the best pen in tbe American
fisherman, told a common story,
EtFrov or Army lUiutlne.
The secretary of the interior has tern- attempt was made the seme night south
Apples by Carloads.
such dire need.
was ex|>ected. Those who battled with
Visitors to army headquarters on potarily withdrawn from all entry of Erdagxou, which was also repulsed
La Grande—The apple crop of Union class, another for the beet pen in the
Mediterranean ciaas, and the other for
death knew that they must eventually Governor'» Island often notice that of abont 9,000 acres of land in Idaho for vith a bayonet charge. The Japanese
county is being picked and packed as
the beet collection of cock, cockeiel,
fleers have a liwl.it of referring to tbs the Tekoa reservoir site, in connection lost heavily, while the Russian lose
** Where Is Kankala 7 ”
“Where is Hankala?" was asked of i written or printed record for the most with the Palouse irrigation proj, ct in was 30 killed. A band of 1,500 Chi rapidly as poerible. and the Oiegon hen and pnllet in the show.
nese bandits, with six guns, under Jap Produce company, of La Grande, baa
the fishermen ae they strived ashore trifling questions of fact. They never Washington.
anese officers. coming from the direc already purchased 31 can of the beet
Contract for I.OOO-Toot Weil.
throughout the night.
rely upon memory for even uultupor
Both armies in Manchuria occupy tion of the Liao river, was in conflict
"How does it look to the southwest?"
"Where is Hankala?" asked Dan taut matters of routine which civilians
La Grande — Senator A. McDonald,
such strongly foitified position» that with three sotnias of border scouts near varieties to ship out to the markets.
"Black and foreb.-ling, captain."
Lapham when Ire had visited her cabin would no more think of forgetting than
From 12 to 15 cars have been shipped of Alicel, has just made a contract
neither appear inclined toattack unless
"I feared so. Watch close the river and found it vacant.
a hardened commuter would think of poeseMing a preponderance ol numbers. Kaiuan early on the morning of No from tbe Cove district, and there are with Mr. Hunt, an epxert artesian
and bay. They are covered with those
"Where is flankala?" was the ques forgetting the time of bls morning The Japanese probably have mote vember 23. The scouts charged with now about 25 cars awaiting shipment well digger of California, providing for
fool fishermen tonight.
The light of
out giving the bandits' battery time to from there. The Oregon Produce com- the sinking of a well 1,000 feet deep
tion |>aseed from lip to lip throughout tralu to the city. Ask an officer in available troops.
morning will find plenty of woik (or us
come into action.
The bandits made [»any will build another large storage for the Union County Artesian Well
tire adjutant general's or quartermas-
to do. ’
From a report just issued by the de feeble resistance and fled in al) direc building in the near future at La company. The location of tbe well de
Dan l*apham had steered his crude ter's department, for Instance, where
Thus spoke the captain of the life
the First Battalion of the Sixteenth In partment of commerce and labor, show tions, leaving 200 of their number Grande. Hix hundred boxes aie being pends on which farmer in the vicinity
saving station to the man on the look raft straight tor the north shore. He
The Russian loss was trifling. packed a day. Many apples are being of tbe well gives tbe most toward the
fan try Is and he will consult hla rec ing amounts deposited in savings lianks dead
A Japanese column of two companies stored for the growers al-oby this com expense. Thomas McConnell haa a
ord» before answering, even when a throughout the world, it is found that
Night had already closed In and the
attempted to penetrate the Russian pany, awaiting bettei prices.
the United States, with less than
well down at this tim< to a depth of
captain of the life saving station knew south, but fortune favored him and he letter to tbe commanding officer of the per cent of the total population consid east flank on November 23, but they
514 feet and opeiations have been sus
a storm was coming
He was at the had butted into the boats of his
ered, contributes over 29 per cent of were met by two separate divisions of
pended until the arrival ol 900 feet
Land Prices arc Higher.
station blow the rocks and could not friemia who had taken him ashore. But
the total savings deposits recorded, Russian cavalry and driven off with
more of casing which has been ordered.
nee out on the ocean nut had called to
the deposits in the United States total severe lose.
the man stationed on the hill to verify
China Pheasants arc Scarce.
real estate transfers to bis assessment
the evidence of the stoim. The instru that she should have been permitted time the parade of troops took place
Storm Isolates Villages.
Albany—China pheasants can now
roll for ths past year.
Attorney General Moody will remain
ments at the station indicated a storm, to leave the village,.
London, Nov. 26. — Unprecedented nearly 1.000. not counting over 500 re be legally sold. The law provides that
but the rising, surging, slashing, crack
"We have no time for grieving over j ed nt hla printed copy of the general in Roosevelt's new cabinet.
ing breakers on the rocks gave a mote the lost," said old Headog, walking up orders
continue in the British pro corded on the books as described by in the last 15 days of the open season
Two tramps were killed in a freight
meets and bounds.
The latter are (November 15 to December 1) the birds
formidable warning to the experienced and down the Iraacli like an angry 1 o'clock.” Yet the parade had been go train wreck near Walla Walla.
vinces. Many places and villages ae
principally the section in the vicinity may be sold, bartered or exchanged.
lion. "Hire, tbe men on the island ing on every day for months right un
The new cruiser Pennsylvania will isolated, and eveivwhere in the north of Milton and Freewater, where the None have appeared on the market in
It ia tbs same old story at the mouth are in action and will soon lie upon our der Ills office windows.
“It Is n habit that grows upon us soon lie icady for her speed trial.
railway communicttion is delayed, and land is cut into small tracts.
Mr. this city, however, as they are very
of the Columbia.
Front fall until traps
To your boats, men, to your
The birds are so scarce, in
spring, throughout the long wintei b<.at«'
We must protect those tiaps with the routine of garrison work." he
The United States and Switzerland in some parts entirely stopped. There Strain says the prices recorded on the scarce.
said. "If I tried to remember where have agreed on an arbitration treaty.
are instances of funerals being snow land sales far exceed those of previous fact, that practically no bunting ia
months, the storms rage w’th unceas with our lives!"
bound between the house and the ceme years. Several quarter sections are re being done or haa been done in the
ing fury. Three days of storm and one
It was late in the afternoon.
The one company ill th«» department of the
The Red Star line steamer Kroon tery, and children have had to be dug corded as having been sold at »9,500.
past two weeks, as tbe hunters cannot
of dim sunshine ia a lilraral statement storm had again subsided.
The men east Is quartered I might ns well try
land, reported lost, has arrived in New out of drills between their houses and
kill birds enough to pay.
in favor of the king of day.
At thia oil the island decided to take advant to remember them all. If I carried In
the schools. Even in West Cornwall Chamber Offers Its Co-Operation.
rules unchallenged age of the northeiders while they were my memory the time for parade I
might ns well try to learn th«» general
Paper Mills Resume Operation*.
Astoria—The chamber of commerce
through'the winter, but when summer ashore ami destroy their traps.
The internal pevenue for October and the island of Jersey, where snow
has directed the secretary to inform
Oregon City—After Laving been abut
comes he ia supers«ded by old Hol, who
The northsidere were quick to see orders by heart Experience teaches was »155,106 less thaa for the same is a rarity, heavy falls ate teported.
the county court that the chamber will down’for five weeks because of an un
w-elda hla sceptre with a more charita this and hustling their arms and am nrmy men never to burden their memo month in 1903.
Troops Arc Called Out.
co-operate with the court in arranging precedented low stage of water in the
ble hand and makes this little stretch munition aboard they leapcxl into the ries with facts and figures that they
Fiancis E. Leupp has been appointed
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 24.—At 10:45 for a Clatsop county exhibit at the river, tbe paper mills hsve resumed
of coart the moat attractive spot in the baata aloug the Iraach and rowed with know they can find on the Instant by
Indian commissioner, vice William A.
o'clock last night the prospect of a mob Lewis and Clark fair.
A communica operation here.
Resumption of work
great Pacific Northwest. Thousands of all their might to the defense of their turning to the record."—New York
which had formed on the outskirts of tion was received from Major ¡.sngfitt at these large institutions furnishes 425
pleasure seekers visit this coast each cause.
Roosevelt's address at the dedication the city, attacking the jail in which stating that soundings had been made men with regular employment and will
summer to view the grandeurs and
The eoutliaidera also started ont
of the Frederick the Great statue great Ed Taylor, Gartield Smith and John at the point wheie a barge load of rock materialy add to the monthly payroll
Ireiiutiew of nature, but flee before ad briskly to neat them to the traps, The
It la true that the rattlesnake and ly pleased Germany.
Taylor are confined was so pronounced was re<ently dumped in the channel in this city.
vancing winter, when gloom and dark latter bad a slight advantage in (Na
ness settle over the place like the pall lance but their opponents were relresh- the black snake are mortal enemies,
The Spanish bark Taffala foundered that County Judge Bullock advised that opposite the city, and 40 feet of water
and the black anake la the victor in
rinc Display from Blue River.
Constables were found.
ed by a warm meal and many of them
November 15 east of the Bermudas. the militia lie called out.
and deputy sheriffs to tbe number of 50
Eugene—The ore for the Blue river
Men innied to hardships and disast had B«M-tire<l a few hours sleep.
Her crew of 15 were drowned.
had already been put on guard at the
exhibit at the Lewie and Clark exposi
ers learn toecorn them. It 1st' '»ciaas
Looks for Eastern Apple Market.
Tbe small fleet on either side waa di
A prominent Georgian suggests that jail and ail I he day police had been
that suffers most from them. They ire- vided Into riqiiadrone as if by common to strike. The black snakes of this
I* Grande—E. U. Carbine, one of tion is now being hauled to Eugene and
<<>nre emladdened to stand in the teeth arrangement, and while one squad made country are as harmless as frogs. On the South cast its vote for Roosevelt called to reinfotce the night force.
the leading fruit growers tn the Grand will be stored until such time as the
of death, yea, even to enter its jaws, for the defense of a group of traps along many of the large plantations In ths and make his election unanimous.
Ronde, has left for the East with two exposition is in shape to receivs it.
while the more timid fly for safety, ami the line which stretched up and down South they are tamed and kept as a
Japanese Capture Blockade Runner, car loads of choice anples grown here, The miners are all interested in the
escape its fangs. Day after day the the river channel on the bay side, a protection from their enemy, ss ths
latndon, Nov. 26.—The Japanese, ac and will visit New Yjrk and other im matter and will make a fins display.
United Htates in a protest to Turkey
courageous go down, while the cowards squad from the other side started for warm climate prevents keeping ths
cording to a dispatch from Chefoo to portant cities to look up a matket for
houses closed so as to keep them out
live to tell of the chivalrous deeds of the same point to destroy them.
Northwest Wheat Markets.
the Chronicle, are reported to have the many apples that the growers wish
In the meantime reinforcements were
General Btoessel est ima tee recent captured the British steamer Tung to ship East. If the experiment meets
Poitland—Walla Walla, 83c; blow
A terrific storm was rising to sweep gat hei Ing on the south shore, for the
tbs great eat living botanist, has passed Japanese lósese at Port Arthur at 10,- Chow, laden with 30,000 cases of can with favor, many car loads will be sent stem, Me; valley, 87$ic.
the river and bay. The black horizon s«>uthaiders outnumbered the men on bls eight/-eereuth birthday.
Tacoma—Blues tern, 90c; club, 87c.
ned meat for Port Arthur.
out from here.