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KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON,
the veaaai broks the al It nee of th«
CZAU FOB PEA4E.
Whan once out into Ihs river the
la Krady Io Rrtclve 5u< h Proposal
pilot gradually turned ths nose of the
craft In * southwesterly direction. Newsy Items tethered from All
St. Petersburg, Dm-. 8. — A report
The Colnbima widens her channel as
which comes from an unini|>eai liable
Parts of the World.
■lie approaches ths ocean until sha
source lias re*u had the Publlaiiera*
reai lies tlie width ot over fifteen miles.
LIBRARIES row PUBLIC SCHOOLS*
I'rens correspomieiit that Russia la not
PLAN TO RAISE PORTAGE FUND.
It appeared as a wills sea to the offi
Or INTEREST TO OUR READERS
only ready to receive any peace pro-
cers and soldiers ami tlie flickering
p<.a«ls Japan may have to make, but Light Tax Not Burdensome In Ore Prominent UmallHa Men on Commit
lights on tlie north ami south shores
By Paul De Laney
looked Ilke so many stars lining the General Review of Important Happen- that witii tlie fall of Port Arthui she
gon Convention of Otfkcra.
tee to Canvass the County.
will I ni ready to sue hit peace. That Is
penlgs Presented In a Brief and
MulWoc Ot -lore or me esasrt." "Orceoe Mekkas.'
Haleui—Two departures In public
Pendleton—At a mass meeting of
•nd other Pocifk
the swashbuckling sltilule of those School work are proving very successful business men and prominent farmers
readied. Tlie officers had ascended to
who profess to frame the empire’s pol wherever tritel ami promise to become the subject of raising *5,000 as Umatil
tlie pilot house aud aake«l impatient
Bristow urges that the postage rate icy, ami will lie the situation right ¡■ermaneii! features of ths public school la county's portion aske«l by the Open
railroad tiiat «-rosase from north to
"I cannot lie responsible fur the de- on packag«s be is«lu<e<l along rural along, even If thia ami aubaeipient system. They are ths ctimmon schtMil
River ass.a iation for the portage road
layed train, " rrplie«l tlie pilot
statements to thia effect were oftii tally
Rite found it vacant ami entered. ■ou th.
library, supporte«l by special taxation, waa diacturaed anti plana decide«! upon.
Tlis bunas were poorly furnished, and
Denver liall«it boxes have lieen open
via cannot afford just now to ap|iear and tlie convention ot school officers. A committee waa appointed to lake
would have been pionouucod unfit for « at tlie decaying ami tottering wharf. there as soon as possible,"
ed sml fewer voles fouml than were
He was now to tlie south ot tlie
tire«! of the rtruggle ami skeptical as Four counties have levied tlie library active charge of the work and ie com-
use by girls res mi undsr diffsrent con
given in tlie returns.
to its out'orne, but dlpliaatlc circles tax, amounting to 19 centa par capita poerd of lhe following:
ditions from thoae which had su»- lookiug out at tlis ciowd as it emerged eastern |xiint of Rand islaud. He hail
Tlie merchant marine commission are permitted to know the trutli, and
discovered the dark outline of tl a boats
rounded Hankala'a Ilfs, but sue wm
up«in the school population, ami it ie Inger, M. M. Wyrick, W. p. Temple,
accostome«l to the fishermen and thair ' from th« port aid«, ami at the ap of hie friends lying in the ahadow of will urge a hill to give Panama busi ItuMia's representatives all the civil-
I k -«I world over have received strong found that by this means the country T. J. Klrck. exlensive wheat raisers,
ways, and viewed things as thsy viewed proach of Hie train. <la*k smoke, in- ttia Island shore. To the south lie saw ness to American shipowners.
termlngle«l with blight rr«l aparka, another line of dark sliailows which he
Intimations that sincere and authori schools sre provided with Ixioksas goo«l and County Commiseionsr Horace
shot skyward from Hi« snmka-atack.
knew was tlie flotilla ot teinfoice-
tative offers of mediation must not be as those a«'« easibla to the pupils of town Walker.
Tliere was a crude fireplace and some
“Contemptibl« tin-aohliera’” lout- menta. lie could not account tor this
trnat«-«l lightly In tiie future.
dry driftwood, but the girl knew that
The committee will make a thorough
ter»l the man In Hi« pilot house. except an unfurseen delay which often bined. Great Britain would object.
It is therefore to be assume«! that
the southsiiiers were in close proximity
“ The tax, being one-tenth of I mill, canvass of the county, it will lie the
“Fine lot of dudes come her« to shoot attends the organisation of foices.
General Rrnnenskampff Is vigorously Russia considers that tlie conflict is en
■ nd would probably be driven ashore
plan to divnie tlie county into districts
down our fishermen. But they will
Due thing he did know, ami that purtulng the Jspaneee tn Msmliuila. tirely hopeless.
There ate sure to be Is not felt," ««aye Hii|ieriuten<lrnt Aider
■ml she feared to kindle a tire which
ami each member of the committee
not shoot them tonight."
would give warning of her presence.
have charge of the district he may
Then he turneil tlie pilot wheel soldiers where they oould intel fero fra*lui lost he fall Into a trap.
ami tlie general la-lie! Is Hut they will the lieet books where lliey do the most
She rollixt herself In the dingy bed-
choose. In thia manner it ia believed
back and forth to ave that tlie rudiler with hlsfiiemlseo long as ha could
clotliing of tlie moat decent ap|>earlwx
Hl. I’eleieburg lias almost given up come stein, owing io tlie fact that Hehl good. The library law baa now been the entire county can lie <oveie«l in a
waa in woiking order. The boat gav« bvq M it.
bunk and attempted to go to sleep.
h«'|>« fur Pott Altliur. The Itnaaiaiis Marshal tlie Marquis Oyama haa l«een
few days and lhe desire«! amount raised
a lurch and tremlde«l as If (rightenmi
Hiidtlenly a fishing lx«t waa diacov- lieve lumie several unsuccessful at- compelled to part with large bteliea of in operation two years ami haa given
Hlie expecte«! to awaken tie tore dawn
without difficulty. A large portion of
at living disturbed while aw inging a«> eroi In front of the vessel
Tlie oc leuipta t> retake 293 Meter hill.
lite men in order to hasten the fall ol complete slat isfact ion.
whan she hoped the storm would hsve
the amount ask«-«! for has already been
quietly tu Its mooting*.
subsided and she might find Dan about
amount that some ot the small districts donated.
“I will giv« th see aaaaaaia« a liip an <«r frantically overhead to attract
File which Is believe«! to have lieen Eastern interests of muili greater im
get is small, yet It is in proportion to
for their money tonight, ” muttered the pilot.
portant* than even the po-seesion of
How long she lied lain there she ha«i
Timber for Land Hunters.
the man at lb« wheel in iiKHlilative neer to reverse the lever and tlie wheel of the Ht. leiuis fail buildings and Port Arthur, ami as these Interests lhe numl«er ol pupils. I consider the
not the time to verify, but she waa
tones. "When they find the fisher- began to |MI back against the current many valuable paintings.
Paas—it is quite evident that
have l«en attacked in the ¡«st by law a Inion to the country boy and girl
■wakened from a half doling state by
men they will be so tick i ot t he sea which was taking the boat rapidly to- pisce.! al »75,099.
Great Britain and China alike, she la ■ml I think It ought to tie ma«le min- there will 1« a grant) rush for the
voices from ths outside. These roae
that they will do well to handle wax! lhe ocean.
above the storm which beat upon lhe
woods when the final announcement is
Theie has been tremandone raiua in dire nee«l of an ally. That ally will «lalory on the county courla."
theiuaalves let alone a gun. • •
The officers down eaire rushed upon throughout Chile, aneli as lieve arl<l«>m tie Japan, if the plane of bxlay do not
trail structure with an appalling noiae.
Conventions of school officers have ma«le of the release of the forest lands
A coni|«ny of the stat« national deck to aaceitaln the cause of the I hk I
At they approached nearer ami nearer
lieen equalled at thia season ol the miscarry. The battles ol today are to
guard filetl off th« train al the com coming to a halt. They so«in diacov-
been lieM thia year at Baker City, of Houthein Oregon, which were with-
aba knew that aha waa about to have
)e.ir, I lie crops have lieen damageil tie followetl by close ties of commercial
mand of their office*, Captain Bud- a re« I the figure in the fishing hoat and
Dallas snd McMinnville, at each of helit from entry several yean ago, but
■ ml p’llitical union toororio*.
lolly 59 ;>er <ent.
long. The sheriff of the county le«l went to the point where the small ciaft
Sankala had often viaited the old
which there was a very full attendance which are soon to tie thrown «pen to
the way to the boot. Tlie o«Idlers had was about to collide with the larger
buyers, settlers and squatters.
shack and knew of a little loft in Hie
RtCtlPES ABOUT 110,00O.OOO.
of school directors ami clerks.
com« under indefinite onleis as to boat.
the lan«ls are not the regular forest re
cook room of the structure wheie fish
drtswswere made by Hufierintendant serves, they cover a large portion of
tin*« and brought along a sufficient
With an ease brought atxiul by years
The Japanese expect the fall of Poll
erman often stored thair nets. Taking
(omc.vxlonarlcs Believed to Have Ackerman, by lhe county superintend the well-ttmliered aectuins of Josephine,
■ mount of luggage for a siege. Moat ot experience on the wets* the figure in
Arthui I'vcemliet 12.
two of the old quilts with her ahe
ent and outside e«lucati«inal wotkers, lackson and Curry counties, Southern
of th« men were clerks in store«, and the small boat guldad tlie little craft
taken In Equal Amount.
went Into the adjoining room and
Queen Al« landra, ot Kngiand, ha»
soma of wealthy men who ha«l join*»! alonaide the laiger veaeel an«I the two
Hl. Louie, Dre 3 —While It wlil bo ami tlioee prevent held discussions of Oregon, ami paits nt Siskiyou and Del
climbed into the loft.
just celelnated tier «iOth bir*Inlay.
topics of general interest to school Joffi- Norte coimtle«, California.
the guard for a gootl time ami they came together without scarcely a jar*
Tl*a aouthaidera l>egan to enter tlie
Imp««vallile to obtain tlie actual rm-vlpls cars.
were p«x*rly drilled. It require*! more
portion of them ia cover*<1 with fir and
place from all direction*. Thsy had
than an boor to get their baggage aide of the large vessel ami tlie foim pal Imeni of a very unsettled state <>l
Coaaolidatiou <>f schools ami school pine, with considerable sugar pine.
tieen driven ashore by the storm ami
chase exposition compari) lurfoie the tlisl i icts was one ot the principal topics
aboard tlie twat. The man in th« pilot left Hie fishing bowl and glide«I up tlie affairs In Venesuela.
naturally took refuge in the camp.
«iiMU-eed at these conventions and the
houa« watch««! them patiently. He frail stairway like a ahadow.
They aoon had a crackling tire in the
Hammond (ompanv's Title Clear.
i It Htevrtis. of the World's fair, made memhera of arbool tioarde Icainetl the
did not care how long the) were kept
“Why. it's a woman—a girl1" aald The Northern Pacific and Great
fireplace, and tiegan discussing tlie
Astoria—A deed has been filed for
He waa out for delay an«l ('■plain Budlong as she step|«e«l on the Northern railromls are conslileiing a the following statement to the Asameiat* plan ami purpose ol this latest move tor
days' events ia loud voices.
plan to electrify the mads through the «■I Pírea tonlgllt
the improvement of «he rural schools. record w hereby the Seaside Spruce
would just as lief bare It at on« point deck.
was thus snanled to learn what had
"From rr|Hiria that have l«en aule
“Yea, It is Rgnkaia! * said the sheriff Cascade mountain district.
Lumber company sells to the Hammond
taken place on their aids of tlie fight.
milled of thr a« I misa lone to thrgr<H*n«la
The pilot of a Columbia river boat as he rec<«giiise«l the girl.
Briggs Strikes II Rich Again.
But what ahe wished to know above all
Lumber company 2,184.67 acres of tim-
is universally called “captain." lie
ot surgeons of the Philippines shows
other things was not spoken.
Grants Pass—I lav id Briggs and boys, lier lands in the Necanicum river dis
J "Francis day" will be a few thousand
ia acquaint««! will* th« river as on« ie
that lhe health of the troops in ths Is ' In escess of 209.909, an i that the at-
(To (• conllnuodi
name ot Dan Lapham was not men
were mads rich in a day by the trict. The price is not made public
acquainted with hia own neighbor
lands is exceptionally gou>l.
trndan««« lor tlie Ripositi«* prrhxl will fabulous eurface wealth of the Wound
hood. lie kn«iwa every snag iu tl*«
and the consi«leration named in the
Tha storm continued throughout the
James It. Young, of Phllmlelphla, tie in the neighborhood of 18,800,009,
riv«r an«l etery point, as ia re«;oired
An etcellenl illustrstlou of thè rslus
ed Buck claim, on Upper Rucker creek, deed is *1. The transfer is understood
entire night. The men talked, sang
of a river pilot.
of records bai lievu alforded lately re-
and swore. Some tried to sleep, while
have located a claim on Upper Chetco, to have l«en made in connection with
When th« aoldtera we*« aboard It ■ srdlng Ibe quesllon of pbyeh al degeu- the <tea«l letter department of lhe poe I company has ex pen« lr«l (22,009,000
away up in the mountains near the the settlement of the claims held by
others planned for the following day.
waa found that It only contained th« eracy. A Urta In tlie nortli nf Knglaod tai service, to fill the vacancy caused since the inception ol Hie World's fair
Morning dawned upon the storm al pilot, eaginee* and one deck-hand,
projest, and the expenditures of thr Curry county line, ami will work the numerous persons ami firms sgainst the
luta min pareti thè inra«ui ritiriate fot liy the «lesili of D. I* Mlldisit
it owe «—«»tv muldas be liter« waa no ona to instruct th« offi
«talea and territories have rich leilge they have found there. Seaside cornj-any.
clutblng made two generation* ago
Ths snnusl lepoit of lhe genets I
fore it subsided. The sea did not be
It,.- They have ha«i samples from this claim all tw-en rettled ami the mill property
cers as to the point at which the fish- wlth those of today. thè resulta golug sii|H>rlntemlent of tjie life saving service r.a.lo la total of »9,900,000.
come calm enough for the small flailing
recently assayed here, and, while they leased, so that It can resume operations
a*men were aiieembled.
lo ahow thut diesi and hip messore allows that during Hie year assistance receipts aline the opening day, Apri1
boats until late in the afternoon. It
not give the returns the Wounde«! at once, aftei a shut down lasting for
"Thia ia strange," remark««! the Olenti are now tbrve Inchrs on thè av- waa remlenxl to 1,0*11 vessels, involv
waa then that the men iiegan to leave
sheriff to Captain Budlong. “I eg eriga more Ihan they were ilxty yeara ing the lives of more than 3,499 persona ¡ 900, conaiating of admiaeiona ami con Buck quart! haa given, the propiaition srveral months.
the place for another attack upon the pecte«! a man here to give us th«
appears very promising, and the lucky
The sanie concluslon le resili ed and proveity to ths value of »7,009,- cession royalties, in addition Io three
receipts were tlie funde, amounting to family will move their scene of opera
Trappist Cokmv In Linn.
formation as we should proceed, We by thè ei|«erlen«-e of thè ready made 900
Hankala had heard their plana. will go aloft and in«|uire ot Ilia <ap-
about (12,000,009, raised by subscrip tions from the Upper Rucker to ths
clothlera. Tbeae fida, wliatevcr inay
— A colony of Trappist Fath
They thought thsy could reach the taln."
Admiral Dewey haa declln««<i to be tion and appropriations tobuildthe ex Chetco. The Wounded Buck ia under
be tlirtr generallty, do noi qulle dla
traps and daatroy them before the
bond to a company for a consideration ers has lawn foundetl in Jordan valley,
rhe lioat waa now pulling at its i-ose of thè queatlon of degeiieracy. come a member of the North a«-a com- position."
nortbeidera could come to their defense. mootings. The steam waa up and th«
<)f *100,000. .
in tin-not them part of Linn county.
It waa then tha second afternoon since captain waa trying the wheel. It waa Tbey are what we simuld npsrl tram
Having been forced to leave their
the war had begun, and the aouthaidera a stern-wheeler an«! th« great, wet
Government Gets Sift.
homes in France liecause of religions
began their attack.
The northaidera thing turne«! over like a era monster of tlie people. thelr batter bouelng and sml mske it a point to meet tlie
Baker City—A deed haa lieen tiled
Imi«mieti sanltary surroundlnga; bui mssaos.
|H<rsecuti<>n, ^numlier of there Trappist
< ommlssioncr Yerkes Reports an In
were on the alert and seeing the move
as tha long arms from th« rngine-(oom thè teatimoii/ regardlng thè uufitnrsa
with the county recorder from W. A.
ment of the enemy came like an ava play««! on the crank at Its axis.
crease at 82,163,07« per Year.
Partim* I« working for a
latheis have come to the United States,
of rvcrulti and progressive lack of
lanche to meet them.
Washington, Dec 3.—The annual re feet square on the corner of Main street and six of them located in Jordan val
The sheriff an«! military commander stamina In town, and esperlally menu Cnlifornls slste building st ths Lewis
Hankala waa compelled to remain in ■fcende«l the little iron stairway which
and Clark fait.
port ot Commissioner Yerkes, ol the and Auburn avenue. This waa the site ley, about three months ago, with the
facturlng. populatlons «-annoi be diere
concealment, though aba could see what le«l to tlie roof of the boat and ap
Internal Revenue bureau, shows that selected for the government building ultimate object in view of founding a
garded The glrth of uian inay be In
waa going on through a crack in tba di proached the pilot house
The Trappist colony there.
ersaalng. but. Ilke a fading hog. la not ■ re leportml to lie in gn-at danger of lor the fiscal year ending June 30, soon to 1« erected in thia city.
lapidated loof. Rhe saw tha men scat
purchaseil considerable land, and are
“Horry, gentlemen, but you can't corpulency brlnglng clumalnesa)
Imi ng massacred.
ter on both aidee and realised the plan enter," aai«i the pilot.
»232.994,001, an increase of »2,1 «3,079 piopriat tl for the purchare of a site, preparing to make extensive improve
of attack, and the manne* ol defense,
All exhibltora from foreign countries over the collections lor the next year while, as a matter of fact, the property ments, in anticifiation of the arrival of
“But thia ie th« commander of th«
The aootheidera ha«i
divided into militia ami he wiahe« to direct the
may now send their wares to Portlsnd
The coet ot collections brought over double that amount, the more than 50 of the same order from
Two darkles lay sprawled on th« forthe 1905 fair without paying any prvceeding.
equada, as they had planne«l to destroy course of the ixiat when the acme of
as against 2 07 lot lialancv having lieen raise.I by adjacent France next spring.
the traps at one fell swoop, while the th« trouble ie reached," aai«l the sher levee on a hot day. Moses drsw a long duty.
2.83 pet cent, the property owners.
sigh and said, "Heey a i*4i! Ab wish
northalidara divined their purpoee ami iff.
Heavy Rains Loggers' Boon.
Davl«l M. Parry, president of the average ciat of collection since the
met them accordingly.
"The government regulation« pro
Citiiena* Indoatiial association, says formation ot the bureau.
—The severe storms recently,
Strain her eyas as ahe would the girl hibit all persons except the captain
Tl.e estimated receipts from all
lhe “open shop" movement is gaining,
Iw Grande—The la Grande electric with the accompanying large rainfall,
could not distinguish one from another from riding in the pilot houae," aai«i ya b! Dat would sullenly be fine An
sources of internal revenue lor the fiscal
ef yo* had a bun'ed watermellloni as la also his organisation.
company lias consolidated with the has had lieneflti that many do not real
among her frienda. They were so far the pilot.
“Beside«, there is no
year ending June 30, 1905, are »230,-
ft has been a boon for the log
away that they looked Ilka specks upon necessity for it. 1 know where the would yo' gib me fifty?"
The 31st national convention of the 1)00,000. In 1903 lhe total production Cove I'ower company, and they have ise.
incorporate«! under the name of the gers, and logs have been floated out of
"No. Ab wouldn't gib yo* no fifty W. C. T. U. ia in session in Philadel
fishermen are and will take you to
of distilled spirits was 148,208,875 gal
Tlie some streams that have lieen on their
The aun went down upon the contest them.
phia. Five hundred ilelisgates, repre lons; in HMM, 139,606,214 gallons. In Grand Ronde electnc company,
They are a harmlraa, hard watermelllons."
"Wouldn't yo' gib me twenty fiveF'
ants with honors divide«! almost equal working set of fallows like myaelf and
senting every state and territory, are 1903, in rouml numbers. 114,(88)0*8) directors are Waller Pierce, J. A. lianks for a couple of years.
Thomson. T. 11 and Clarence Craw many feet of logs have come out of
ly. They bad practically abandoned will give you no trouble. They will
"No. Ab wouldn't gib yo' no twen in attendance.
gallons of tax-|iaid apiiita were with-
ford ami T. R. Berry.
The consolida these streams Io tidewater cannot yet
their Are arms, and ware engagr«i in a disperse as a«x>n as they see ua com ty five."
ilrawn; in 1904, 117,900,(88)
tion was effected bei ause the I.a Grande be estimated with any definiteness, but
hand-to-hand fight with their oars. ing."
"Reems ter me youae powshful
has lieen a «lecraeae in the amount cf
has declared unconstitutional the labor
plant needed more power. The power it is fully 20,(8)0,188) feet, and it may
Thera waa murder in the hearts of
Why have the owners of the boat •tlngy. Mose Wouldn't yo'- wouldn't
tobaccn manufactured and an increase
law which prohiblta a contractor from
from Cove will have a fall of 890 feet lie double this amount in the Lower
only a few on either side, and but few which we have charters«! through the yo’ gib me oneT'
in snuff. Tlie-e waa an increase it* the
■mi will require 3,7(8) feet of pipe to Columbia river district.
■hots were exchanged.
The casualties state sent a aouthaider as a pilot"
"No. Ab wouldn't gib yo' one. T-oob employing Ilia men more than eight production of beer.
convey it to the power station.
ware light in the afternoon engagement. inquired the sheriff.
a hyah, niggsb, are yo* so good-fer-nuf houra a day on city, county or elate
force will «reale 809 horse power.
As darkness closed in, Hankala waa
Epidemic Among lhe Chickens.
“Because there ia not a man on ths fin laxy dat yo' calbn't wish fo* yo
President Did Not Say It.
■bout to come from her hiding place north side of the river whom the own- own watermelllonar
Japanese are making pr«igraa in the
— Several different citisene
Washington, l>ec. 3.—It waa author
Wind Puts Crops In Danger.
■nd attempt an eeca;ie from the island. era would risk with tiie imat," waa tlie
of Albany and vicinity have lost a
aaaault on Port Arthur.
But aha heard a number of the aouth- quick reply.
How Celluloid Is Mads.
Weeton — “lhe grain ie inaiate niimlier of chickens recently, they hav
Russia lias aceeptexl the invitation of «lay that tlie president listi no recoil*c- condition yet, hut If the high winds ing diet! rmldenly (tom some uniuovn
aider« returning to tlie shack, and aoon
Celluloid, tire chemical compound
Tlie Mcretary of state ha«l wired a
learne«l from their talk that they ha«l big company at Portland to supply tlie which bears so cluse a resemblance to America to negotiate for an arbitration
representative of the Master Painters' continue blowing it will tiiy out what cause. One Albany citixen lost all bis
been strongly reinforced, and that oth militia with a boat to convey it to tlie ivory, la a mixture of collodion mid treaty.
chickens in a few hours, ami a farmer
■ nd Decorators' association, who, at moisture there is in the soil, anti, un
er! were coming.
seat of tiie trouble between the fish camphor, invented In 1855 by Perke-
Pau) Morton, now secretary of the the convention of the Citiiena* Indus less rain comes stwm, would seriously named Cary living near this city, a few
The news of tha number wounded in ermen of tiie two state« anil which tlie sine, of Birmingham, whose name for
interfere with the gram that is sown,” weeks ago lost 90 < hickens in a short
the former day«' engagement had nortliaide state chartered tor an in a time It bore, The proceaa of ninni navy, may succeed Secretary Shaw, of trial aiMN-iation in New York today says James Kirkpatrick.
“There is time. The fact that only a few flocks
reached tha south shore and the fisher definite time. The steamboat men all facture Is li followa: Cigarette paper
always a temlency Ui raise a cry of dis lu-longing to citixens living far apart
men rose up in their fury, joined by live«! on tiie aontli side of the river, is soaked In a mixture of nitric ami
ions the responsibility for paralysing tress as to the future outlook of the have died, and that where any diet!
many outaida frienda, an«i swore that the seaports all lining on that aitle. sulphuric acida until It become! nitro-
Russia anil Britain both want an
crops, anil, in truth, we have never almost all the flock diet!, leads to the
they woul<! come in sufficient numbers In sending out a Ixiat under an emer cellulose. After thorough wnshlng. to American officer i t high rank on thr business by lockouta. It was also at « seen it seriously injured yet. providence supposition that death was caused by
notinted that the president did not
to sweep the river and bay of the gency Hie company had picked up a free It from lhe acids, tills cellulose Is North (tea commission
always providing at the needful time.” poisoned wheat.
make the remark.
northeids fishermen and tiieir traps.
pilot who waa relate«! to and mors or dried, mixed with a certain quantity
Hankala laarne«l that they Intended lea« identifie«l will* the eoutlisiile fish of camphor, and coloring matter if re
Ten American flailing craft have been
Only Tew Sales of Cattle.
Great Stacks of Cordwood.
To Expedite Ratification of Treaties
to renew the attack at midnight, at ermen.
quired, and then passed through a roll Milted liy Canadian officer« and fined
—The sale of lieef cattle
La Gtamle—At Kamela. 25 miles
Washington, Dec. 8.—That the rati
which time their reinforcements would
He knew of the proposed midnight er mill, it la next formed Into thin for tlelilng in Canadian watere.
has lieen light in this vicinity this
fication by the American senate of the west of here, there are 3,000 cords of
arrive in larger boats, armed to com attack of liie friends upon Hie north ebeets by hydraulic pressure sml after
season. A Portland buyer picket) 107
plete the work, and that it waa tiieir aidera and did not intend to roach tlie
General Kuropatkin haa an automo arbitration treaties recently signed, anil wooii stacked up in the yards awaiting hand from a round up'of several hun
ward broken up by toothed rollers and
determination to win at any cost of actual scene ol conflict in time for in
soaked for some hours In alcohol. A bile in which to travel from one part expedited, the atate department la en- towns west of there.
At Meacham, dred, paying from *2.10 to »2.50 per
property or life.
Ils wants 20
terference on tlie part of tlie militia. further pressure mid a hot rolling proc to another of hia line.
near by, almost as much more is piled hundredweight, the former figure living
How to give tha warning to her He ha«l Intentionally left tlie repre ess finish If, and results In Ivory like
for cows. Few cattle will lie wintered
tical in form.
Belgium ami several up. Wood is now la'ling on board the
friends, was the question.
Tiie plot sentative of tiie northeide fl-lieririen, sbreta half an I ik 'I i thick.
cars in the mountains at from *2.50 to here, no more than to supply the local
ters remained in the aback while run who was to have accompanied the ex
Some are being driven to
ing upon an Argentine cruiser has been form of treaty, anil shoo hl any power *3 25 |ier cord, ami it is said tlieie is Prairie City, but the greater number
ners wars sent in different directions to pedition as a sort ol acout, on tlie
For Compulsory Athletics.
insist on this the negotiation of the
organise the man for the midnight ati soutii shore and was prepared to evade
Rev. Dr. Percy 8. Grant, apeskfng settled by the (ormer apologising.
will lie taken to various places down
tieaty neceaaaiily would lie delayed When cars ate available, big shipments
a collision with the belligerents until before ths League for Political Edu-
Secretary of War Taft, In his annual thereby.
will be made by the dealers.
hie friends aiiouki have the opportun cation, nt New York, suiti that the report, urges that the tariff rates
ity to do all the damage they desire«!. coming New Yorker would be 6 feet 3 charged the Philippines lie reduced.
Power Plant Almost Ready.
Oregon Supreme Court Reports.
Fearful Conditions In Mexico.
The officers knew-that under the inches high and have the chest meas
A Traitor at the Helm.
—The flume for tlie Milton
Maxatlan, Mexico. Dec. 3.—Late
Balam—Volume A4 of the tliegon cu
government regulations they had no urement of a prise fighter. Judging
Russian marines at Odessa engaged
The train pulled Into Kalama short- right to enter the pilot house sml after from the Increased standard of mm in a mutiny ami soldiers calle«I out to reports from the northern part of this preine tourt reporte ie out of the bind city power plant has lieen completed
ly after dark. It waa a special char instructing the pilot to convey them rallty and Intellectuality In our uni quell the disturbance killed 25 and state say that fearful conditions exist ery ami the bixika have been delivered ■ml workmen are finishing the power
tered by the state. The sheriff of Pa immediately to the seat of tiie trouble versities since athletics became unlver wounded 100 others before peace was there. Deaths range from 20 to 40 per at the offlee of Secretary ot Slate Bun house. The plant will be completed
cific county was there to meet it and they retired to the upper deck.
«lay, owing to starvation amt marlaria. bar for distribution to the jmigra and about December 15.
sal and popular. Hr Grant snys that restored.
had lieen waiting many hours. Mat
In many instances tlie dead are not district attorney! anil to tie placed on
The boat steamed down the river physical training should tie an Impor
Tlie Russian supreme court flnds the given hurial, it is said, blit are thrown aale to I hone who wieh to buy. The
ters managed by state see always de like a thing of life. The water was tant part of the public school system,
Northwest Vheat Markets.
Portland—Walla Walla, 83c; blue-
calm and tiie craft moved will* Hie lie had noticed that 25 per cent of ths seixure of the Britisli ahipCheltenham, Into open ditches and canals. The au alate relia the riporta at coet, *3.50,
Kalama is on the banks of tlie Co current without effort.
Only tlie tint Iona I guardsmen were too poor taken tally in July by the Veadivostok thorities are unable to cope with the and thoae who get the volnmea by mail slem, RHc; valley, 87Hc-
lumbia river and also on the line of swishing of Hie wheel that propelled
squadron, waa legal.
must inclose 27 centa for poetage.
Tacoma—Bl neat em, 85c; club, 88c.
physically to pass the doctor.
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